Developing expertise of Landcraft Homes’ shown at Summerlin Subdivision

Published 12:10 pm Saturday, February 9, 2019

LAPLACE — Landcraft Homes recently celebrated the last phase of Summerlin Subdivision, the first new subdivision in St. John the Baptist Parish in several years.

Landcraft Homes is owned by Joey Scontrino.

Landcraft has been developing subdivisions and building homes for more than 25 years.

Other recent projects include work in Highland Oaks in St. Rose, Coles Landing in LaPlace and Bellevue Lakes in St. James Parish.

With a company ethos of “building high quality, cutting edge designed homes at an affordable price,” Landcraft Homes contributed 17 large lots with some overlooking the St. John Parish park and library at Summerlin Subdivision.

Pictured are Sommer Naquin, Joey Scontrino and Derek Scontrino.

Pricing for the homes start at $209,900, and a furnished model is available at 220 Tuscany Drive.

The location is open weekly and by appointment. Contact sales agent Sommer Naquin at 504-416-9294, or

A model home with 1,806 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two-car garage has an asking price of $225,000.

Landcraft Homes recently celebrated the last phase of Summerlin Subdivision with supporters and community leaders.