Four generations ago, the first Warmington company achieved recognition as highly sought-after builder of classic estate homes for some of the decade's emerging screen legends including Claudette Colbert, Bing Crosby, Henry Fonda, Tyrone Power and Douglas Fairbanks, Jr. By the 1930's Warmington had become unofficially known as the "builder to the stars," and was designing and building custom homes in some of the country's most prestigious Southern California locations like Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Westwood, among others.
In the 1940's Warmington broadened its presence in the homebuilding industry by creating well-planned neighborhoods designed to meet the needs of the American family. Although less grand in scale, these homes reflected much of the same quality craftsmanship and attention to detail that was present in the grand estate homes first built by the company. Over the next several decades, The Warmington group of companies remained committed to planning and developing a variety of new home communities and became a trusted name in the homebuilding industry for thousands of families.
Today, it is interesting to note that in many areas, it is not uncommon to pick up a newspaper and find resale homes boasting the Warmington name as a major selling point. The Warmington group has solidified its reputation as the premier builder of innovatively designed and well-constructed homes in various price ranges to meet the needs of a wide variety of buyers in California and Nevada.
The longevity and continued success of the Warmington group of companies is a result of the dedication of four generations of employees who have committed themselves to excellence for over eight decades. By catering to families and focusing on how they live today, combining time-honored craftsmanship with innovative new technologies, and continuing its long tradition of building in only the finest locations, the Warmington group remains among the most trusted and highly sought-after residential homebuilding companies.