2,680 sq ft
4 bedroom, 3 bathrooms
3 car garage
Secluded Primary suite
Generous closets in every room with built-in's
Spacious Utility room
Ample pantry with built ins, rollouts and counter space
8 ft interior doors
Striking cabinet finishes
Impressive beams in 14 ft entry ceiling
Two built-in workspaces in common areas/hallways
Generously-sized front and back patios with lavish landscaping
Beautiful 3 Veneer front exterior finish
Nice touches of style with tasteful tile design in all tubs/showers and bathrooms & entry floors.
Head South on Bell St past Loop 335 & Randall High School. Turn left onto Hillstone Ave. Left onto Stonecrest DrView on map
Chad House (Left)
Kristopher “Chad” House was born in Amarillo, Texas where he has resided his entire life. Chad graduated from Amarillo High School and attended West Texas A&M University, majoring in Public Relations and Advertising.
Chad spent his high school and college years working as a finish carpenter for his father, Lynn House, who was in the residential building and remodeling industry for 50 plus years in Amarillo. Near the end of college, Chad assumed his father’s business when his mother was transferred to Houston. Although he excelled in his trade, he aspired to become a builder. Shane Ward, a local builder, approached Chad with the position of Project Manager. Chad worked with Shane Ward for 10 years building homes and overseeing residential remodels. Shane afforded Chad the opportunity to gain the experience needed to start his own company, Homes by Rillo/Rillo Renovations.
Chad is very involved with the Texas Panhandle Builders Association and is currently serving as Second Vice President and will soon serve a term as President. Chad is very passionate about the construction industry and has long-term plans to continue his career in Amarillo.
Jason Bass (Right)
Jason Bass has been married for over 30 years to his wife Missy, they have two children and five grandchildren. When he is not working construction, he loves serving in non-profit and Christian organizations. He was raised in Gruver, TX and that is where he lived and raised his family until 2022. That is also where his love of carpentry and building began.
Jason started in this field with a small woodworking business, building custom furniture and cabinets around the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles. He then co-owned a construction company in Gruver that did residential and commercial remodeling and new build construction. Possessing hands-on experience in building and remodeling helps him to better understand what it takes to get the job done. With no two past projects the same, each new job is both an opportunity to apply past experiences and to gain new knowledge for future projects. He loves to create and strives to bring a quality level of excellence.
Jason moved to Amarillo in 2022 and partnered with Chad House to become Rillo Renovations (Homes by Rillo). Working together, we have a long history in construction and provide our clients with more than just a building-we help them achieve their goals. We have dependable subcontractors and a well-rounded team of specialist that can do the work specific to your projects.