R.B. Homes is more than a custom home builder. We are experts in every aspect of real estate development.
R.B. Homes is a premier builder and developer, specializing in the new construction of single-family homes, townhouses, condominiums, duplexes and commercial buildings.
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R.B. Homes is a family-owned business founded by Roman Barsky in 1995. In that time, we have built more than 200 homes in the Princeton, NJ. area. We also buy and sell residential and commercial property throughout New Jersey, with a focus on Princeton, Princeton Junction and Hopewell. Our one-stop shop approach to real estate development brings together all of our services under one roof.
Meet with our project team to discuss your new custom home, whole-house remodel, or addition. We take time to understand your goals and devise a plan that will meet your budget and timeframe.
In addition to being one of the premier custom home builders in central New Jersey, R.B. Homes is also the first developer in Princeton to build accessory dwelling units (ADUs), which are secondary housing units on single-family residential lots.
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11 Seminary Ave.
Hopewell, NJ 08525
R.B. Homes in the News
FOX BUSINESS | FEBRUARY 1, 2022
Accessory dwelling units or ADUs are second and sometimes third homes located on the same property as a single-family dwelling. They can be attached or detached. Some believe they are the answer to the affordable housing crisis in this country. In response to a new ordinance in Princeton, R.B. Homes is on the forefront of ADU development in central New Jersey.Read More →
N.Y. TIMES | DECEMBER 10, 2021
Accessory dwelling units, long popular on the West Coast, are coming to the Northeast. And Princeton, N.J., is the ‘guinea pig.’ Daniel Barsky and his father, Roman Barsky, are the first builders to take full advantage of Princeton’s relatively new A.D.U. ordinance, one of the most progressive in the region, to create what amounts to affordable housing there.Read More →