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Homes By Dickerson Celebrates Women in Construction Week

Homes By Dickerson Celebrates Women in Construction Week

Homes By Dickerson is proud to celebrate the 24th Annual National Women in Construction Week, March 6-12, 2022! The purpose of this week is to highlight the women making a difference every day in the construction industry, to raise awareness about the opportunities for women, and to emphasize the growing role that women play in an industry that so significantly impacts the economy and society in general.

The Homes By Dickerson team is made up of many amazing women (almost half of our company!), each contributing her talent, knowledge, and skills to help our clients build the homes of their lives. They are incredible people to know personally, and we’d love for you to get to know a few of them, too! 

Below you’ll hear from Lea Ricks, Kelly Smith, Cassie May, Susan Falcone, Kelli Gray, Rachel Morrison, Turner Hairr, and Rae’Shawn Norwood about what they love most about working in new home construction and being part of the Homes By Dickerson team. 


Lea Ricks, Senior Project Manager

What do you love most about working in construction?

I love the fast-paced work environment. In my role, no day is ever the same which means there is never a dull moment!

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

I couldn’t imagine working anywhere but HBD. We work hard, but the team makes sure we play hard as well. Our leadership team has created an environment like no other to work in. As for my job, it is most rewarding to be able to take a client’s vision and make it a reality. Many of our clients are creating a “forever home” and it’s just the best feeling to turn over a house that is exactly that!

What are your favorite hobbies? 

Really anything outdoors! I love the beach, the occasional hiking trip, and spending time with friends and family and of course, my dog.

Anything else you want to share as a woman in construction?

Being a woman in construction has its share of challenges, but it is all about how you adapt to those challenges.


Kelly Smith, Client Care Representative

What do you love most about working in construction?

When I joined the military back in 1996, I wanted to be a Seabee. Seabees built new construction in the military. Instead of following this path, I got to be an Electrician’s Mate, which started my love of construction. Part of my job was to “chase grounds” throughout the ship.  I got my hands dirty, solved problems, and made the vessel I traveled on, and at times lived in, safer. I knew once I left the military that I wanted to stay in the construction field. I have worked in numerous positions throughout my career, but my favorite has always been the warranty department. It is always about problems that need to be solved and process improvement to prevent these issues from occurring in the future. 

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

What I love most about HBD is being able to help a client in need. It never gets old knowing that a homeowner is pleased with the warranty service they have been provided.

What are your favorite hobbies?

I love kayaking, playing cards, concerts, hiking, and traveling cross country.

Anything else you want to share as a woman in construction?

I want every woman who is considering joining the construction industry to know that this field is rewarding. Never second guess your knowledge just because someone doesn’t think you have the know-how.  Stick with it if this is what you love!


Cassie May, Architectural Drafter

What do you love most about working in construction? 

I love watching the process from beginning to end. Being able to see the preliminary stages of designing the home with clients up to the final stages is exciting. It’s also fun to watch our clients’ personalities come out in the design of their homes.

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

Everyone at HBD is not only welcoming but willing to sit down with you and help you learn and grow. Being straight out of college with a full-time job can often be very intimidating because everyone you’re working with already has experience over you. At HBD I have learned so much because everyone wants to help you succeed and grow in the company and as a professional. It’s not only a great company with quality builders but a team that values everyone within the company.

What are your favorite hobbies? 

I’m really into re-organizing everything in my apartment right now, browsing Pinterest, cooking, and spending time with loved ones.


Susan Falcone, Creative Director

What do you love most about working in construction?  

It is ever-changing and always interesting! Being on the design side and working one-on-one with clients in new construction can be incredibly challenging but also incredibly rewarding! You’re helping your clients take a new, blank canvas and turn it into something that feels like home and speaks to who they are, and I think at the end of the day that’s what I love the most – seeing so many different designs and combinations come together and how excited my clients are to see their visions come to life.

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general?

I honestly love my team and the people I get to work with day in and day out. We have figured out our groove and how we work best, and most days, it truly feels like a well-oiled machine. Despite the chaos that has been in the building industry during COVID, we’ve all done our best to help each other keep our heads on straight and put products on the market that we are proud of. They’ve got my back and I’ve got theirs!

What are your favorite hobbies?

I enjoy spending time with friends, family, my husband, and our two cocker spaniels, Stella & Archer!


Kelli Gray, Client Care Coordinator

What do you love most about working in construction?  

I love being a part of someone’s journey in building their new home and seeing a permanent structure that I was a part of. It’s a new challenge every day, there is always a problem to solve! No day is ever the same. There are opportunities for growth and development all throughout the day, every day.

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

The construction industry is about people and good communication, that’s where quality and true craftsmanship come alive. I am so glad to be a part of a team of talented individuals who know, and appreciate, what it takes to build a dream home! Customer Service is a large part of the buyer’s experience and it’s not without dedication and commitment from everyone, that a great experience occurs! When someone chooses to build a home with you, one of the most stressful things you can do, and at the end, they had a great experience, well, your reputation precedes you – and that gives me an immense sense of pride!

What are your favorite hobbies?

I love to spend time outdoors: riding 4-wheelers, swimming, going on nature walks, playing games, and I have a passion for cooking and baking. 

Anything else you want to share as a woman in construction? 

I love how unpredictable the nature of my job is, how it constantly keeps me on my toes. If you like excitement and a challenge, give it a try… you may just fall in love, as I did!


Rae’Shawn Norwood, Operations Administrator

What do you love most about working in construction?  

One of the things I love most about working in construction is seeing a vision go from conception to fruition. I enjoy the creativity, time and passion that’s put into a project. It makes you feel proud of the final product and even more proud to share it with the family who’s going to enjoy it!  

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

What I love most about my job is the opportunity to work with the team around me to reach a common goal. We truly have a great team! I admire HBD’s overall commitment to building beautiful homes for our clients.

What are your favorite hobbies? 

My favorite hobbies include listening to music, cooking, and spending time with my family. 


Rachel Morrison, VP of Operations

What do you love most about working in construction?  

The technical challenges never cease, and each day presents a learning opportunity.

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

I work with a group of passionate people who strive for improvement for our clients and our team.

What are your favorite hobbies?

I love a good puzzle!

Anything else you want to share as a woman in construction? 

Know your stuff. You can’t be a confident player in the game if you show up unprepared.


Turner Hairr, Director of HBD Interiors

What do you love most about working in construction?  

I enjoy seeing how every home is different and how talented everyone in the industry is.

What do you love most about HBD or your job in general? 

I love the people I work with on a daily basis and the fact that I learn new things everyday. Working on the design and furniture side of things allows me to be creative and see the finished product once clients have moved into their home. I love seeing how the homes transform even more once the client makes it their own.

What are your favorite hobbies?

I love spending time with my family, taking trips to the beach, and decorating my home for the different seasons.


Happy National Women in Construction Week to ALL of the extraordinary women of Homes By Dickerson!

Learn more about our team here!

11 Things To Do in Pittsboro, NC

11 Things To Do in Pittsboro, NC

Pittsboro, NC is a quaint, quiet town in Chatham County that’s close to the thriving Triangle area, but far enough away to retain its own unique, small-town charm. This town of just 4,500 residents keeps its rich culture alive through fun festivals and unique attractions, but with brand new housing and easy access to Raleigh (40 minutes), Chapel Hill (30 minute), and the Research Triangle (35 minutes), it’s quickly gaining attention as a premier place to live. Whether you’re considering moving to Pittsboro, or just out exploring for a day, be sure to add these stops to your itinerary!

Things to Do in Pittsboro, NC


1) Fall Festival 

The annual Fall Festival is one of the community’s most beloved events. Typically held at the end of October when the North Carolina fall landscape is at its peak, the downtown Pittsboro festival features arts and crafts, live bands, children’s activities and games, tasty food, and booths promoting local community groups and clubs.


2) Christmas Parade 

It’s not a hometown without an annual Christmas Parade! There are school bands, antique cars and tractors, local personalities like the “Chicken Man,” and Santa brings up the rear. All children go home with a bag of candy and very happy!


3) Carolina Tiger Rescue

This nonprofit wildlife sanctuary’s mission is to save and protect wild cats in both captivity and the wild. Rescued animals that come to the facility are treated with care and respect, and provide a unique learning opportunity for the public. There are a wide range of tours available to learn about these amazing wild cats and how to protect them.


4) Fearrington Village

Fearrington Village is a unique English-inspired village in the lush countryside of North Carolina in Pittsboro. You can stay a night at the local inn, enjoy casual or fine dining at various on-site restaurants, relax at the day spa, or explore the unique boutique shops. It’s the perfect way to escape from the daily grind for a day or a weekend.


5) Mays Pottery

This gallery owned by a renowned mother-son duo of master potters is a creative destination for many in the region. In addition to browsing the gallery, you can purchase unique hand-thrown pottery, their signature dinnerware, and various forms of clay art.

6) Chatham Historical Museum

This free museum offers several permanent collections showcasing the history of the county, voices of the people who reside there, various industries that have driven the economy, and how the social fabric of the area has changed over time. It’s a great learning experience for kids in the community and adults alike.


7) S&T Soda Shoppe

A welcome blast from the past, this iconic, old-fashioned restaurant serves all your classic favorites in a beautifully restored building that housed the original soda shop in 1916. Today, it’s a local favorite serving sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, salads, sides, and of course, frozen treats and “Dr. Pilk’s Phizzies.”


8) Chatham Axes

Axe throwing has been gaining popularity as a form of recreation and entertainment, and Chatham Axes is the perfect facility for both. Learn how to safely throw a real axe with your group’s own coach, compete on a team for a trophy, and if you’re really good at hurling wood and metal through the air, play in a double elimination tournament to be crowned the night’s champion.

9) Fair Game Beverage Company

North Carolina produces some of the finest craft beer, wines, and ciders in the country, and you can sample many of them right here at Fair Game in Pittsboro. But that’s not all. In addition to the tasting room there’s delicious food and a 17-acre campus on the edge of town that you can explore, beer in hand.


10) The Golf Club at Chapel Ridge

Set upon 790 acres of peaceful countryside in Pittsboro, this 18-hole championship golf course offers something for everyone who loves the sport. There’s a practice range, short game area, clubhouse/grille, and fully stocked golf shop. There are also tournaments hosted throughout the year so you can put your skills to the test.

11) Bynum Front Porch

This unique entertainment venue is set on the grounds of the Bynum General Store, built in 1936 and a cherished historical landmark of the town. Throughout the year, the Bynum Front Porch non-profit hosts family-friendly events and programs to celebrate the community’s rich history and keep the General Store afloat.


If you’re interested in moving to Pittsboro, Chatham Park is a new master-planned community featuring award-winning Homes By Dickerson floor plans, along with innovations in connectivity, design, wellness, and balance. As you’re out exploring, be sure to schedule an appointment to see these gorgeous, new, single-family homes in Pittsboro, NC.

Perfect Pairings at the 2021 Parade of Homes

Perfect Pairings at the 2021 Parade of Homes

This October, get ready to be wowed by new home design like you’ve never seen before. Homes By Dickerson is showcasing five spectacularly-designed homes at the 2021 Triangle Parade of Homes – and one is just right for you. What’s your perfect pairing? Do you love dark chocolate truffles and a lively board game? “Missing Manhattan” might be the one for you. Does a warm cup of tea with a side of macarons tickle your fancy? You’ll love getting lost in “Mary Alice’s Wonderland.”


You can see these five distinctive homes — and all their delightful details — up close and personal October 2-3rd, 8-10th, and 15-17th in the 2021 Triangle Parade of Homes. To help you choose the perfect one (even if just for inspiration), we’ve paired each home with a beverage, getaway, dessert, animal, and hobby that best represents its style. Visit all five this October and let us know which one is perfect for you!


og 4 pairing homes by dickerson


“Catalog Pg. 4”


Cocktail: Old Fashioned

Getaway: Nantucket

Dessert: Apple Pie

Animal: Golden Retriever

Hobby: Cooking / Garden Club


pg 4 design homes by dickerson


A modern take on a classic design, this reimagined foursquare was inspired by the homes sold through Sears, Roebuck & Co.’s mail-in catalogs in the early 20th century. Our designers kept the best of this traditional design and updated it with luxurious, modern details. 


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“Dulce de Leche”


Beverage: Latte

Getaway: Tuscany

Dessert: Caramel cake

Animal: Fluffy kitten

Hobby: Reading


dulce de leche design homes by dickerson


Life is infinitely sweeter in this beautiful take on modern farmhouse design. With creamy neutral tones (milk) and stunning gold fixtures (sugar), it will be hard to walk away from such decadent luxury.


missing manhattan pairing homes by dickerson


“Missing Manhattan”


Cocktail: Manhattan (of course!)

Getaway: The Hamptons

Dessert: Dark Chocolate Truffles / NY Cheesecake

Animal: white Tiger

Hobby: Chess/Board Games


missing manhattan design homes by dickerson


Effortlessly stylish and ultra moody, this NYC loft-inspired home gives a nod to the Industrial Chic design trend made famous by the city’s warehouse-to-loft transformations. With neutral tones and metal, brick, and wood details, living here will make you feel like the hip and sophisticated person you are.



“Uptown Funk”


Cocktail: Cosmo

Getaway: Morocco

Dessert: Sprinkled Donuts

Animal: Lion

Hobby: Playing Piano



Eclectic design meets old-school sophistication in this New York brownstone-inspired home. There are plenty of captivating details, but our favorite is the lion-head symbol hidden throughout the main floor. Let us know if you can find them all…


mary alices wonderland pairing homes by dickerson


“Mary Alice’s Wonderland”


Beverage: Warm tea with Honey

Getaway: French Countryside

Dessert: Macarons

Animal: White Rabbit

Hobby: Gardening / Writing


mary alices wonderland homes by dickerson


Just as whimsical and joyful as it sounds, this parade home will have you ready for a cup of tea in the sitting room or a game of croquet in the courtyard. The best way to explain it is to visit it!

For more information on the 2021 Parade of Homes, and when you can visit these give imaginative homes from Homes By Dickerson, visit our Parade of Style page. We’ll see you there!

Global Companies are Moving to Raleigh: Here’s Why

Global Companies are Moving to Raleigh: Here’s Why

Raleigh and the surrounding areas of the Triangle have been steadily and consistently attracting top talent and big names in tech for the last few decades. While it’s no surprise that some of the world’s biggest corporations  – Apple and Google, among others — have announced plans to develop campuses in Research Triangle Park, the news is still incredibly exciting and indicative of the area’s future economic success. So what’s the attraction for these huge corporations with such deep pockets? Why the Triangle over other tech-driven markets? More and more, here are the factors that are proving irresistible to Big Tech.


Why are Tech Companies Moving to Raleigh, NC?


Top talent is here. Since the 1960s, Research Triangle Park’s growth and success has been primarily driven by a cluster of top tier research universities that produce 9,000 graduates a year: Duke University, UNC Chapel Hill, and NC State are nationally ranked for research programs in medicine, new technologies, biomedical sciences, the environment, data science, and engineering, among others. Raleigh and the surrounding cities have focused heavily on creating a culture of innovation and entrepreneurship to entice and retain these recent college graduates. 


Low cost of living: Compared to the “other” tech mecca of San Francisco, Raleigh is about 163% less expensive. From food and transportation to housing and healthcare, the dollar stretches much further in the Triangle, meaning residents have a higher disposable income, which in turn helps fuel the local economy. In 2020, Raleigh saw the most out-of-state relocations from New York, Washington DC, and Miami, which are all more expensive metros. 


Attractive housing market: Even with housing costs increasing in Raleigh, it’s still a great time to buy a home. Home prices have increased by about 17% from June 2020 to June 2021 (Zillow), and have increased over 40% from five years ago. The market shows no sign of slowing, presenting a great investment opportunity for homebuyers to build equity quickly. With so many prospects moving to the area, and with home builders and developers buying land to help meet demand, new home starts are predicted to grow 7% or more in 2021 (Builder Online). Additionally, salaries in Raleigh continue to climb while interest rates remain at historic lows, which translates to greater buying power. 


Work hard, play harder: Central North Carolina has some of the best weather and most beautiful natural landscapes in the country. Residents enjoy a myriad of outdoor activities throughout all four seasons, including hiking, mountain biking, rafting, paddling, horseback riding, and more. The Triangle offers world-class dining, shopping, and entertainment, while many of the smaller commuter towns have charming historic districts and plenty of local personality. 

These are just a few of the reasons why Apple is investing $1 billion over 10 years to establish a campus at Research Triangle Park, bringing with it an estimated 3,000 jobs with an average salary of $187,000, and Google is coming to Durham to create a new engineering hub and 1,000 new jobs. These are just the more recognizable names. Companies like IPM Chirana — a ventilator maker, and Grail, Inc. — a research company focused on multi-cancer early detection, are investing in the Triangle, bringing thousands of jobs and continuing to stimulate an already booming economy. They say Raleigh is an emerging market, but we say it has already broken through.

Building a Custom Home in Today’s Market

Building a Custom Home in Today’s Market

As you’ve embarked upon your new home search, you may have noticed that many builders no longer offer fully customizable homes. If you’ve had your heart set on designing and personalizing a new home from the ground up, this news can be frustrating. While the builders may (or may not) have given you an explanation for why this is the case, we wanted to take the time and explain exactly what’s happening with custom homes, and why it’s becoming harder to find possible solutions. The good news is, this is not the case with Homes By Dickerson, we’ve prepared so that you can still build the custom home you’ve always dreamed of with our same proven process, despite today’s market. 


What is a Custom or To-Be-Built Home?


A true custom home is one that you can personalize from the ground up. In some circles they are called “to-be-builts” — more on that in a bit. If a floor plan you like needs one extra bedroom or a study to accommodate your family, you can add it to a custom home. You can also select all the finishes — including flooring, cabinets, fixtures, paint, hardware, and more. The result is a one-of-a-kind home built exclusively to reflect your style and preferences.


When you invest in a custom home, no part of the home has been built yet; you are working with the construction and design teams to design it from square one. Hence the name “to-be-built” (you are buying the home before it actually exists). The benefit of the custom home design process is that it allows the buyer to make selections and even change their minds about finishes up to a certain point in the construction process. Traditionally, custom builders released their purchase orders in phases to manufacturers, giving the homeowner ultimate control and flexibility. 


Today, it is becoming exceedingly rare for a home builder to be able to offer these kinds of fully customizable homes. 


The Supply Chain Challenge


As we mentioned in our previous Raleigh housing market update, the building materials supply chain has been disrupted by a number of factors, including:


  • The initial uncertainty of how the housing market would respond to the pandemic back in March 2020 — this caused many manufacturers to reduce or halt production at that time.
  • The unprecedented surge in new home demand around April of 2020 — manufacturers were left scrambling to ramp up production to meet demand.
  • Pandemic-related illnesses causing workers to be out of work for periods of time – resulting in slowed production. 
  • And today, because some builders have limited their product offerings to cope with lack of availability, some manufacturers have taken products offline so as not to end up with an oversupply. 


These delays are impacting just about every material and product needed to build a new home, including lumber, lighting, plumbing fixtures, door and cabinet hardware, appliances, and more. The end result is that builders are finding it harder to offer custom design options when there’s no guarantee they can get those products, and at what cost. Instead, builders have turned to a “quick move-in home” model.


Quick Move-In Homes


Quick move-in homes, or “available homes” as they are sometimes called, are homes where construction has been started before they are listed for sale. The builder’s professional designers have pre-selected all features and finishes based on products that have guaranteed availability and price. 


The upside to quick move-in homes is that construction of the home is already in progress by the time you sign the contract and you can move-in quicker compared to a custom home. The downside is that you do not have the opportunity to select preferred finishes or customize the floor plan. Builders have turned to this model in order to guarantee a beautifully-finished home for the buyer, and also to ensure they can continue to operate efficiently.


More and more, builders across the country are turning to the quick move-in model to continue to meet homebuyer demand and control escalating costs. 



Homes By Dickerson Can Do Both


Home By Dickerson is in a unique position to offer our customers both fully custom homes and quick move-in homes. As a leading local custom home builder, we have great relationships with our trade partners and vendors that allow us to continue offering custom home options to our customers. Despite the fluctuations in the market, we’re proud to be able to offer the same custom experience we’ve always been known for. While build times may be just a bit longer for custom homes as sometimes it’s necessary to wait for a delayed product, the result is a masterfully-built Home of Your Life that includes every customization, feature, and finish you could wish for. 


We will also continue to offer quick move-in homes throughout the Raleigh, Pinehurst, and Charleston markets complete with high-end, quality finishes that have been thoughtfully curated by our award-winning design team. 


Even though the real estate market has been impacted by events beyond anyone’s control, it remains a great time to invest in a new home. At Homes By Dickerson, we are doing everything that we can to continue delivering exceptional custom and move-in ready homes that our customers love for a lifetime. 




Fun and Easy Ways to Shop For Your Home

Fun and Easy Ways to Shop For Your Home

This holiday season, shopping for your new home has never been easier (or more fun)! At Homes By Dickerson, we have different ways for you to explore our new homes, so you can choose the one you’re most comfortable with. Prefer to take a private tour with a team member? We have you covered. Rather explore from the comfort of your couch? You got it.

If you’re ready to say goodbye to 2020 and welcome the new year with the ultimate gift for you and your family — complete with all-new systems and appliances, an open-concept layout, flexible rooms, outdoor living, plenty of storage, high-end details, and so much more — our team can’t wait to make your holiday dreams come true!


Options for New Home Tours


Video Chat Tour: Your new home is just a click away. Browse our communities and give us a call to schedule a video chat tour with one of our agents! Get a one on one tour of our homes, communities, and design center all from your phone or computer. Our agents look forward to answering any questions you may have.

Private Tour: If you want to tour a home in person, you can schedule a private and safe tour that adheres to current guidelines. Everything will be sanitized regularly, and we ask that you wear a mask and maintain social distancing. 

The story of your family is bound by the special details; the laughter and secrets you share, the meals and messes you create. And it all happens right at home. In a brand new living space that’s expertly designed to today’s high standards of quality — and your high standards of comfort — you will begin the most rewarding chapters of your life. We can’t wait to get started!

For more information and to schedule a tour, please contact us at 919-205-3404.

Open House Events Every Weekend in December

Open House Events Every Weekend in December

One of the joys of the holiday season is Open Houses. The comfort of visiting friends and family. The excitement of seeing homes decked out in their holiday finery. The warmth of firelight and hospitality. 

At Homes By Dickerson, we couldn’t agree more. So we’re hosting an entire month of Open House Events! Every weekend in December, you are invited to visit a variety of move-in ready homes at our communities throughout the Triangle. 

Join us for some holiday spirit while you relax and enjoy our beautiful homes. Savor holiday goodies (and maybe a bit of serenity) as you tour and let the timeless details and exquisite quality surround you. 

We look forward to welcoming you from 12-4pm on Saturdays, and 1-4pm on Sundays at these communities. Private appointments are available. 



Briar Chapel | Chapel Hill, NC

Model Home | 1342 Briar Chapel Parkway


751 South | Durham, NC

Homesite 316 | 1025 Tannin Drive


Crystal Lake | Durham, NC

Model Home | 1005 Laurelwood Drive


Sunset Bluffs | Fuquay Varina, NC

Homesite 251 | 2401 Plowridge Road


Henderson Place | Pittsboro, NC

Homesite 4251 | 4251 Henderson Place


Nexton | Summerville, SC

Homesite 519 | 178 Winding Branch Drive

For more information about our December Open House Events, contact Whitney White at 919-646-8771 or whitney@homesbydickerson.com.

The Final Home at Henderson Place at Fearrington

The Final Home at Henderson Place at Fearrington

4251 henderson place

Tucked into picturesque Pittsboro, a tranquil town filled with southern charm and the friendliest neighbors around, Henderson Place at Fearrington is a new community like no other. With only one home left — yes, just one! — you have one more chance to experience the magic of this stunning setting on a daily basis.

Located at 4251 Henderson Place, our final home comes complete with 4 spacious bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 3,461 square feet of open, airy space on scenic, wooded acreage. If you’re ready to leave the past year behind and settle into The Home of Your Life, this beautiful home is waiting for you to call it your own!

New Home Features

At Homes By Dickerson, we know that the details make the biggest difference, which is why we paid close attention to each one in this home. On the main floor, you’ll find features like a retreat-like owner’s suite with a wardrobe, a formal dining room, and an open-concept kitchen, living room, and breakfast area, designed to bring family and friends together for all of those special moments. Living room

This home also includes a basement with two bedrooms and a shared bathroom, a large rec room, a movie room, and walk-in access to ample storage. Custom built-ins, hardwood floors, upgraded appliances, a screened porch and deck, and more come standard — making this modern, flexible home the perfect place to create your best memories.

Enjoy The Home of Your Life

Close your eyes and envision your perfect morning. Can you see yourself screened porchmaking coffee in your elegant kitchen as the sun rises, and enjoying it on your screened porch while looking out onto beautiful wooded views? When you make this house your home, you get to experience the peace of mind that comes with tranquil outdoor living and open, light-filled space from top to bottom.

Not to mention, with all of the charm of the Fearrington area just minutes from your front door, from locally owned boutiques and restaurants to the famous Fearrington Village Inn and Spa, you always have something unique to experience when you’re not enjoying the comfort of your home. 

It’s time to welcome a new year — and a fresh start. Make 2021 the year you move into The Home of Your Life! For more information about our final home at Henderson Place at Fearrington, please contact us at 919-205-3404.

Featured Community: Introducing Blanton’s Creek

Featured Community: Introducing Blanton’s Creek

People on deck.

Now selling in Wake Forest… an extraordinary new community called Blanton’s Creek. With just 25 customized homes, peace, quiet and privacy will be all yours. 

Blanton’s Creek is a small community, with a choice of six distinctive, high-style home designs. Each scenic 2 to 4-acre homesite has a unique topography, featuring rolling hills, woods, and ponds. No two homes – or homesites – will be alike. 

Located just a few minutes from Falls Lake State Recreation Area, Blanton’s Creek is close to North Raleigh and historic downtown Wake Forest, as well. 

The Town of Wake Forest is a reminder of days past as well as an example of civic growth. Stroll down the streets of its beautiful downtown district, enjoying art, delicious cuisine, and locally-owned shops, while soaking up history, too. From the genuine southern hospitality you will feel around each corner to the lovely water and wooded views, one visit will make you want to spend a lifetime.

This exclusive community of stunning homesites and customized estate-style homes is priced from the $700s. Inside — and out — you and your family will have all the room you need to escape, unwind, and enjoy at Blanton’s Creek.

For more information about Blanton’s Creek, please contact Whitney at 919-205-3404 or whitney@homesbydickerson.com.

Parade of Style: Meet the Winners!

Parade of Style: Meet the Winners!

We hope you enjoyed the 2020 Parade of Style as much as we did! Our team is happy to say that all the hard work, planning, and creativity has paid off, and the homes we showcased are officially award winners! Creating a stage for our beautiful homes and our talented designers has been so rewarding, and we want to thank all who came out and toured our homes.

Finally the moment you’ve been waiting for! Here are the homes that stole the show:

The Void.

The Void: GOLD

Briar Chapel

376 Bennett Mountain Trace

Chapel Hill, NC

$895,000  SOLD

64 East.

64 East: GOLD

Briar Chapel

164 Post Oak Road

Chapel Hill, NC

$596,000 SOLD

Duke's Revival.

Dukes Revival: GOLD

751 South

905 Celia Saxon Drive

Durham, NC


True Arch.

True Arch: GOLD

Crystal Lake at Croasdaile Farm

2203 Meadowcreek Drive

Durham, NC

$769,000  SOLD

Belle Vue

Belle Vue: GOLD


1416 Reservoir View Lane

Wake Forest, NC



Staycation: GOLD

Wendell Falls

724 Daniel Ridge Road

Wendell, NC


Life of hygge

Life of Hygge: GOLD

Wendell Falls

425 Liberty Star Road

Wendell, NC

$406,000 SOLD

First Fiddle.

First Fiddle: SILVER

Papillon Park

2264 Duskywing Drive

Raleigh, NC

$918,000  SOLD

Moss Hill Townhome.

Moss Hill Towne: SILVER

Crystal Lake at Croasdaile Farm

1003 Laurelwood Drive

Durham, NC

$625,000 SOLD

Eden Retreat.

Eden Retreat: BRONZE

Sunset Bluffs

2245 Plowridge Road

Fuquay Varina, NC

$635,000 SOLD

Each home was carefully designed with bold choices and selections to fit a unique theme, and provide our unmatched blend of luxury, comfort, and function. Best of all, the Parade of Style homes that haven’t been sold are available to purchase, so you can fall in love with one of these incredible homes and call it your own! 

At Homes By Dickerson, we care about you and how you live, which is why our new construction homes in North Carolina are created to fit a range of styles and preferences. We can’t wait for you to browse these living spaces that we’re so proud of, and find the one that suits your wants and needs. For more information, please contact us at 919-646-8771.