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Bussell Building Purchases Residential Lots in Jamestown

Bussell Building announced today they have purchased the 98 residential lots in Patriot Place, part of the Jamestown development in Rogersville, Mo. The purchase of the lots means a great deal to residents of Greene and Webster Counties as it will drive further development and revenue for both.

Kenny Bussell, owner of Bussell Building, has a history of building successful subdivisions throughout Southwest Missouri. Among his developments are Vintage Hills in west Springfield, Mo., and Kelby Creek in Nixa, Mo. Bussell also recently developed the newest phase of Cloverhill Estates in Battlefield, Mo., totaling 67 lots. He is currently breaking ground on 20+ homes there. He is looking forward to continuing his strong track record with Patriot Place by building single-family homes up to 2,700 square feet. He will initially break ground on 20+ homes there.

“When I heard there was an opportunity to revitalize this subdivision, I just couldn’t say no. It brings great pride to me and the Bussell Building name to know we had a small part in the growth of this community,” said Bussell.

Moving forward, Bussell Building’s purchase of Patriot Place means great things for the City of Rogersville.

“We’ve heard really good things about Kenny Bussell and the quality of homes he builds,” said Rogersville Mayor Jack Cole. “We look forward to working with him. Between the new highway projects and the new homes there will be lots of opportunities for growth in our city in the days to come.”

Members of the Greene County Commission are happy about what Bussell Building brings to the table, as well as the possibilities for the community.

“We are thrilled with the excellent work the Missouri Department of Transportation has done on the Highway 60 Project which includes overpasses on both the east and west side of Patriot Place. With the addition of such a high-quality builder as Bussell Building coming into the mix, we are excited about the future of this development,” said Chris Coulter, Greene County Administrator.