Step into the world of Mauvelous Day, a Parade Home that promises a truly marvelous experience. From its charming name to the subtle use of mauve that weaves through its design, this home invites you to embark on a journey of happiness and joy.
The architectural brilliance, location, and thoughtfully chosen trim and colors make this home truly special. The color scheme in this house is a soothing palette of mauve, sage, creams, and soft wood tones. These colors create a serene backdrop that lets the home’s architectural beauty shine.
Every detail in Mauvelous Day was carefully considered, from the staircase to the coffered ceilings that grace the living and dining areas. The trim features pay homage to the classic Charleston style, adding timeless elegance to every corner. The owner’s suite stands out as a crown jewel in this residence. With its own wing and a harmonious use of color, it radiates a sense of exclusivity and elegance. It’s a sanctuary designed for comfort and style.
At Mauvelous Day, every element, every hue, every inch of space has been designed with care and attention. It’s a place where thought and detail combine to create an atmosphere of warmth and sophistication. Step inside and discover the magic of Mauvelous Day – where every day promises to be truly marvelous.
This home will be available to tour during the Parade of Homes from 12-5pm on Sept 30-Oct 1, Oct 6-8, Oct 13-15
Durham has been aptly named “The City of Medicine” in reference to its reputation as a national leader in medical research and health care as well as its inclusion in Research Triangle Park. However, Durham also boasts a thriving artistic community, world renowned universities such as Duke University, and a celebrated food scene. Your days will be packed with acclaimed performances at The Durham Performance Arts Center, peanuts and cracker jacks at The Durham Bulls baseball stadium, tours of incredible historic homes and churches, walking The American Tobacco Trail, as well as taking in the beauty of the Duke Cathedral and Duke Gardens. From a growing Downtown area focused on local businesses and historical preservation to surrounding residential neighborhoods that exude southern charm, Durham has something for everyone.
Research Triangle Park
“Durham County is home to the largest science park in North America, The Research Triangle Park (RTP). This 7,000-acre development is home to more than 200 companies employing over 55,000 employees. RTP is a globally prominent, high-technology research and development center that serves as an economic driver for the region. RTP is home to a broad spectrum of companies-from Fortune 100 multinational research and development operations, to university spin-outs and start-up operations (New Homes and Idea Magazine).”