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-Simplify your choices by discovering custom, move-in ready homes from Homes By Dickerson

Life seems to get busier every day.  Between work obligations, raising a family, social engagements, hobbies, and more-we fill our calendars to the breaking point and often still do not feel we are doing enough.  While we cannot remove these stresses from your life, we can help you find The Home of Your Life!  A home with the rooms you need to hold the people and things that are most important to you.

When you decide to purchase a Homes By Dickerson home, you can go through the building process with our team, considering each detail and planning out your spaces and features.  We love this time with our homeowners because it allows us to develop a relationship that goes beyond just company and client.  However, if this option does not work with your timeline or your busy life, our talented team of builders and designers have already created beautiful homes across The Triangle, each custom drawn with hand-picked interior and exterior features.  Our custom, move-in ready homes are waiting for you to complete them!

With a variety of floor plans in 14 North Carolina communities and one community in South Carolina, you are sure to find the right fit for your family’s needs!  Click here to view all of our custom, move-in ready homes or see below for our August highlights.

For more information on any of our custom, move-in ready homes, please contact Whitney at 919-917-3132 or Whitney@HomesByDickerson.com

Briar Chapel, Chapel Hill
The Mill Park B, Home Site 1892
47 Logbridge Road, Chapel Hill
4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2347
$400,000

751 South, Durham
The Gregson, Home Site 289
917 Cella Saxon Drive, Durham
3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2000 sf
$429,000

Ethan’s Meadow, North Raleigh
The Madison G, Home Site 31
12404 Marsh Field Drive, Raleigh
$610,000

MacTavish, North Raleigh
The Chamborde A, Home Site 19
6924 Ray Family Farm Court, Raleigh
4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3726 sf
$700,000

Wendell Falls, Wendell
The Emerson A, Home Site 390
1017 Groveview Wynd, Wendell
3 bedrooms, 2.0 baths, 2405 sf
$392,500

Traditions at Wake Forest
The Concord, Home Site 66
1421 Reservoir View Lane, Wake Forest
$620,000

Nexton, South Carolina
The Mendenhall A, Home Site 307
311 Bright Leaf Loop, Summerville, SC
3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2390 sf
$419,000

The Triangle featured in Southern Living Magazine!

The Triangle featured in Southern Living Magazine!

Whether it is the shimmering lakes, acres of forested parks and innovative companies or the world-renown universities, family-friendly activities, and wide variety of culinary surprises–we all know how wonderful it is to live in The Triangle!  We are beyond thrilled that our sweet corner of North Carolina was recognized by Southern Living Magazine as a destination spot.  Of course, we know that once people come to visit they are tempted to stay and call The Triangle home!  And per our featured photo above, if you have not been to the Dorothea Dix Sunflower Field, you may want to put this on your summer calendar!  Incredible sunsets stretching over golden rows of blooms provide the best picnic and photo ops of the season.
Check out SLM’s article below and contact us for more information on how you can call The Triangle home by finding The Home of Your Life with Homes By Dickerson!  For more information contact Whitney at 919-917-3132 or Whitney@HomesByDickerson.com
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North Carolina’s urban oasis has transformed into one of the most dynamic corners of the South.
By Hannah Hayes

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The Durham Hotel in Durham, North Carolina                           Photo: Robbie Caponetto

You’ve heard of the humblebrag, a vehicle of self-deprecation or woe that actually delivers a boast. Picture a New Orleanian constantly complaining of choice paralysis from the dizzying array of acclaimed restaurants or a Nashville dweller infuriated by traffic on yet another vibrant, event-packed weekend.

For locals in North Carolina’s Triangle—Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill—the humblebrag becomes a more literal expression. They’re keenly aware that their cities don’t have the same flash or festivals as, say, Austin or Atlanta. And they’re quick to say that’s exactly what they like about them. Free of the fuss, these towns, known more for their major universities and the international companies headquartered at The Research Triangle Park, have discreetly transformed into a bucolic-urban oasis where the arts and tech synergize and anything homegrown (from businesses to vegetables) is enthusiastically exalted. This place isn’t a playground for tourists; it’s a living room for locals.

Should you try to visit all three cities in a single day? With around a half-hour drive separating Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill from each other, hopping from one place to the next is easy. But with so much to do, just don’t be surprised if you can’t get to everything on your list.

Durham

Of the three, Durham perhaps best embodies the less-is-more ethos. Once a boomtown built by tobacco, it was home to wealthy families like the Dukes of their namesake university and to Parrish Street, a bustling boulevard of African-American owned companies known as Black Wall Street. Cast aside in recent decades, Durham became a group project as chefs, artists, and entrepreneurs set about rebuilding a city they would want to live in. Now everyone else in the Triangle wants to live there too. “Durham isn’t a place that has it all, but I don’t want to live or work in a city that does,” says Sean Lilly Wilson, founder of Fullsteam Brewery, which became a town hall-style gathering spot soon after it was founded in 2010. “That mind-set attracts people who want to create a strong sense of community.”

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Sarah P. Duke Gardens at Duke University                          Photo: Robbie Caponetto

It was community spirit that convinced Merge Records, one of the country’s most successful independent labels, to move there from Chapel Hill. Started by Laura Ballance and Mac McCaughan, members of the band Superchunk, Merge broke major acts like Spoon and Arcade Fire. This year, they’re celebrating the label’s 30th anniversary. “It feels like the creative community is rooting for each other here,” says cult-followed musician M.C. Taylor, who plays under the name Hiss Golden Messenger and signed with Merge. “We also egg each other on to do something bigger or take more risks.”

The development of the vacant Home Savings Bank building into The Durham Hotel is one risk that clearly paid off. The first boutique hotel downtown, the mid-century modern marvel’s Piet Mondrian-meets-Mad Men lobby doubles as chef Andrea Reusing’s newest restaurant. The Durham hosts as many locals downstairs as guests upstairs, with tables full of diners lingering over house-made charcuterie and trays of fresh Atlantic oysters.

Betting the long game on Durham has worked in favor of chefs like Ricky Moore and his nationally renowned walk-up window Saltbox Seafood Joint, where he serves North Carolina-caught fish with citrus-dressed slaw and Hush Honeys (fennel-spiced cornmeal dumplings glazed in honey).

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Ponysaurus Brewing Co                                       Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Other spots to see the revitalized dining scene include Pizzeria Toro for wood-fired pies; new-wave Jewish deli Lucky’s Delicatessen and the trattoria next door, Mothers & Sons; wine alcove Bar Brunello; coffee shop Cocoa Cinnamon; and a new brewery and taproom on the block, Ponysaurus Brewing Co. Venture toward Vert & Vogue, where owners Nadira and Ryan Hurley sell responsibly made clothes by independent designers and hold happy hours with talks by culture creators.

Locals also suggest taking advantage of the major events at the glass-ensconced Durham Performing Arts Center, enjoying an exhibit at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, or seeing a show at the Motorco Music Hall. But their best piece of advice? Take a walk around the city’s neighborhoods. “People say that Durham feels like Brooklyn meets Mayberry,” says Alicia Hylton-Daniel, a general contractor and interior designer who creates new modernist homes. “You can see four different building styles on a single block here.” She recommends going to Open Durham’s website to put together your own architecture tour.

Raleigh

When Vansana Nolintha wanted to open a design-minded combination brewery, flower shop, bookstore, and dim sum restaurant that paid homage to his Laotian roots, he knew it was ambitious. But he and two cofounders— his sister Vanvisa Nolintha and friend Patrick Woodson—had a hunch that Brewery Bhavana would work. After all, he had seen someone else try something kind of crazy before him—his mentor, chef Ashley Christensen. She laid the foundation for Raleigh’s restaurant scene with Poole’s Diner in 2007, gambling that the city would respond to her regionally influenced cooking. Christensen has started four more places under her hospitality group since and, earlier this year, won the James Beard Award for Outstanding Chef. “There was a temptation five years ago to think that Raleigh needed to look like Charlotte or Atlanta to be relevant,” Vansana says. “But because of leaders like Ashley, Raleigh searched inward for inspiration.”

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Brewery Bhavana                                                                                       Photo: Robbie Caponetto
At Garland, Cheetie Kumar plays both executive chef, rock guitarist, and director for the venue next door, Kings. Her Indian dishes made with Southern ingredients pay homage to her family’s double identity. Gallo Pelón Mezcaleria is North Carolina’s first mezcal bar. Colombian transplant and owner Angela Salamanca refers to it as a community-driven bar where the menu is comprehensive but the service is far from pretentious. Other must-sees: Boulted Bread, Yellow Dog Bread Company, Short Walk Wines, and Transfer Co. Food Hall.
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The Umstead Hotel and Spa                                                               Photo: Robbie Caponetto

To see the city’s forward-looking, egalitarian attitude manifested, look no further than North Carolina State University’s James B. Hunt Library, a futuristic monolith and home to the bookBot, a robotic delivery system that can retrieve any item from more than 18,000 bins within five minutes. There’s also the free-admission North Carolina Museum of Art, set within a band of trails on 164 acres dotted with over a dozen contemporary sculptures. The Umstead Hotel and Spa, a serene mini resort just outside the city, also features a world-class art collection, which serves as the inspiration for executive chef Steven Devereaux Greene’s tasting menu at its on-property restaurant Herons.

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North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh                                              Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Vansana believes these spaces (in addition to Brewery Bhavana) are just the beginning of Raleigh’s revival. “I think that this community is really ready for more creativity,” he says. “I hope all of this inspires even more courageous projects.”

Chapel Hill

The edgier college town that Raleigh and Durham dwellers often drove to for restaurants and concerts at Cat’s Cradle (and still do), Chapel Hill seems a bit calmer now as the momentum has shifted. But it’s a welcome respite where much of what residents have always loved about the town endures.

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The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill                                      Photo: Robbie Caponetto

Marcie Cohen Ferris, author and professor emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, attributes that appeal to the farmers’ markets, an idyllic campus, walkable neighborhoods, and independent bookstore Flyleaf Books. Well past the decade mark now are renowned cocktail bar The Crunkleton; Andrea Reusing’s first restaurant, Lantern; from-scratch daytime staple Neal’s Deli; and destination country-cooking spot Mama Dip’s Kitchen. They’ve all become area standards. “There’s a strong new generation in the food scene,” says Ferris. “They’re aware of the shoulders they stand on.”

In a more publicized changing of the guard, Justin Burdett recently took the helm of Crook’s Corner, the Southern institution started in 1982 when chef-owner Bill Neal decided shrimp and grits and collard greens were worthy of steak house-style presentation. Its beloved second chef, Bill Smith—who put his own mark on the menu with items like honeysuckle sorbet—retired in January.

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Crook’s Corner chefs Bill Smith and Justin Burdett; The Original Shrimp & Grits at Crook’s Corner
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“When I was a younger cook, this place had all these dishes that made me think, “That’s so brilliant!”” says Burdett. “But because it’s so iconic, I want a younger generation to see that it can be their weekday spot too.”

Burdett will eventually make the restaurant his own just like Smith did—he’s already pickled the bamboo shoots growing on the patio. Still, he’s mindful of its sentimental legacy. “My neighbors introduced themselves to me and wanted to know when the chicken livers would be back on the menu,” he says with a laugh.

Summer Music Series’ to Return to the Triangle!

Summer Music Series’ to Return to the Triangle!

Longer days and warmer temperatures are signs that it is time, once again, for two of Homes By Dickerson’s favorite summer music series’ to return to the Triangle: Music in the Meadow at Briar Chapel and Farmhouse Jams in Wendell Falls!  Both of these events combine quality time with neighbors and friends, live music, great food, and cold drinks in beautiful new home neighborhoods from Newland Communities!

Whether you are looking for a new community or just want to meet people in a fun setting, we encourage you to join us for any of these live music events where you can enjoy gorgeous North Carolina summer nights!  Spread out your lawn blanket, grab a cold beverage, and tap your foot to some fantastic tunes!

Mark these dates and details on your family calendar and get ready for these summer music series’ to return to the Triangle :

Music in the Meadow
Great Meadow Park in Briar Chapel-185 Granite Mill Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC
June 8th 6pm-8pm (The Band: Rubberband)
September 14th 6pm-8pm (The Band: The 919)

Farmhouse Jams
The Farmhouse in Wendell Falls-320 Vintage Point Lane, Wendell, NC
June 8th 6pm-8pm (The Band: Back Porch Orchestra)
September 7th 6pm-8pm

You will also have the opportunity to meet members of the Homes By Dickerson team where you can learn more about our custom, high-performance homes.  Summer may reach record temperatures but you can save on your monthly utility bills with a high-performance Homes By Dickerson design.  Make one of our move-in ready homes The Home of Your Life today!

For more information on any of our move-in ready homes in Briar Chapel or Wendell Falls, please contact Whitney at 919-917-3132 or Whitney@HomesByDickerson.com.  Do not forget to ask us about the Summer Music Series’ to Return to the Triangle!  We look forward to seeing you at these events!

Reuniting Families, (Part 2:) Moving Your Parents to the Area

Reuniting Families, (Part 2:) Moving Your Parents to the Area

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    Reuniting Families, (Part 2:) Moving Your Parents to the Area

Last week Homes by Dickerson REALTOR/Broker extraordinaire, Peter Winkler, gave us the inside scoop on helping your kids (and grandkids!) relocate to your area. He returns this week with four key tips on another demographic he works with all the time: your parents.

While Peter jokes that your newborn baby and their cute grandkids are enough to make your parents move to the area , he shares extra wisdom to assist your parents through the transition.

Highlight the Great Retirement Lifestyle.

Showcasing the variety of community resources is one way to assure your parents that moving is a good choice. The Triangle area has a colorful culture, top-notch medical care and a lengthy list of organizations and recreational activities.

“I really don’t believe there is anywhere better than the Triangle,” Peter says. “It’s a great climate and a great location. Tons of people are coming from all parts of the country to live here.”

The prime location and all it has to offer can be a selling point. Your parents don’t just want a house; they want a community to put down roots.

Share Newsletters and Community Events.

Why tell your parents about the array of community events when you can just show them? Email them the HOA’s monthly newsletters to emphasize events geared towards adults in a similar life. Share information about the clubs and amenities, whether it’s pictures of the pickleball court or details about the bourbon-tasting club. Your parents will be able to lead their own life with the benefit of endless face time with their kids and grandkids.

Introduce Them to Customized Housing Options.

At Briar Chapel, the Encore by David Weekley Homes section sells a classic section of houses for ages 55+. Your parents can enjoy beautifully designed single-story homes with open, accessible floor plans. Many of the floor plans feature master bedrooms on the first floor (or “master downs”) for convenience. Residents within this community enjoy perks like yard maintenance, a full calendar of activities from the Encore neighborhood lifestyle director and a state-of-the-art private fitness center and pool.

For those exploring options outside of Encore, builders like Homes By Dickerson also offer single-story and 1.5-story master downs custom homes. Your parents can buy a house that is tailored specifically for them while still being just a short walk from your home.

Let Them Know They Aren’t Alone in the Process.

Reassure your parents there are plenty of other people who have also relocated. As Peter says, he sees parents moving regularly to be closer to their families and grandchildren.

Many parents want a community that provides the interaction and proximity to their kids and grandchildren, while continuing to enjoy a rich, independent life. A community like Briar Chapel offers the best of both worlds. The bonds formed and memories made will be irreplaceable when you have your family there with you.

Looking for more? You can read Peter Winkler’s pro tips to moving your kids to the area!

Reuniting Families (Part 1): Moving Your Children to the Area

Reuniting Families (Part 1): Moving Your Children to the Area

Check out this great blog below by the Newland team in Briar Chapel! What a great reminder that the homes we build and the neighborhoods we build them in are all about families-whatever family may mean or look like to you! Homes By Dickerson is proud to be a part of this fantastic community focused on offering homes and spaces where those families can reunite! Thanks Peter Winkler for your thoughtful insight and participation in this project!

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    Reuniting Families (Part 1): Moving Your Children to the Area

Children inevitably spread their wings and leave the nest as they get older. Whether they move for school, jobs or new opportunities, sometimes families end up spread out across the country.

At Briar Chapel, we’ve seen several families reunite within our community: grandparents on one block with the children and grandkids nestled in a spacious home just a few streets around the corner.

Relocating your kids and their families to the area can be exciting, but it isn’t always an easy decision. Peter Winkler, a broker/REALTOR for one of our builders, Homes by Dickerson, gave us a few tips to successfully help your kids (and grandkids!) relocate to a new area near you!

Experience the Community.

Next time your family and the grandbabies come to visit, take them to one of the events that the community you’re considering offers. This is one of the best ways for your kids and grandkids to get a feel firsthand if the community is a fit. At Briar Chapel, it can be as simple as a walk to one of our many parks to see a concert, a holiday-themed pool party at the Briar Clubhouse or lunch at the Veranda. Every grassy picnic and barbecue they attend at Briar Chapel will soon have them envisioning their own lives in the community.

Make Introduction, Make Friends.

Many young families are hesitant to move into their parents’ neighborhood, because they view these areas as retirement communities. Briar Chapel, in contrast, caters to a diverse range of families of all ages. Introduce them to the broad variety of their interest groups, whether it’s a golfing club or Fit4Mom, a Chapel Hill prenatal and postnatal fitness group that provides a network of moms to support every stage of motherhood. While your kids want to be close to you, they will also want support from friends their own age. Everyone yearns to know they aren’t alone in making the decision to move miles from their stomping ground, and Briar Chapel is home to families who have gone through the exact same process.

Share Research: Local Schools, Home Plans and Job Opportunities.

Before your kids come visit for the next holiday, do some of the legwork for them. What are the best elementary schools and daycares in the area? What about the type of homes available in Briar Chapel? If you prepare some of the initial research on local jobs and schools, the decision becomes even easier for your kids! For example, Briar Chapel hosts two schools on-site. Chatham County is home to Schools of Distinction, top SAT scores, “Teacher of the Year” awards and leading rankings from the US News & World Reportand The Washington Post.

Support Their Decision.

As Peter says, one of the most important tips is making sure that your kids feel like it is ultimately their decision to move here. Be strategic in introducing them to the community, but allow them to explore and weigh the options on their own. The good news is that once you’ve shown them the rich plethora of opportunities Briar Chapel has to offer, the community speaks for itself.!

Stay tuned for the second part of our blog post next week, as Peter Winkler gives us more advice on how to help your parents move closer to you.

Capture your holiday memories in one of these Triangle-area move-in ready homes!

Capture your holiday memories in one of these Triangle-area move-in ready homes!

Now that you are reading this I want you to grab a hot beverage and take a moment for yourself.  I know that your to do list is long-and the upcoming Holidays just make them longer-but you can always spare a moment to dream and design.  Close your eyes and imagine all of the precious memories you will soon be making with your family.  Whether you picture baking with little ones or hosting extended family, the next few months are bound to be special for everyone.  Now, open your eyes and take a look around.  Could you use a bump out for that stunning tree, a larger island for your family to gather, or a guest suite for your in-laws?  Maybe you want custom-designed shelving in your pantry and bedrooms to better organize your life?  And there is nothing like elegant trim work to make your holiday decorations pop!  Homes By Dickerson’s custom designs offer all of these things and so much more to capture each of those wonderful holiday memories!  Retreat to your luxurious master suite and enjoy your stand-alone tub or spacious shower as you unwind from your productive days; whip up a delicious feast in your gourmet kitchen for those relatives about to grace your doorstep; all the while taking in beautiful views both inside and outside “The Home of Your Life”.  After all, this is about you: your memories, your family, and your life.

Homes By Dickerson has move-in ready homes all over the Triangle ready for you to christen with your family traditions!  And now you can take advantage of our holiday pricing PLUS an additional $5000 towards appliances and/or closing costs*!  Choose the floorplan and award-winning neighborhood that best fits your family’s needs and make plans this year to capture holiday memories in “The Home of Your Life!”

For more information on any of our high-performance, move-in ready homes across The Triangle, please contact Whitney at 919-917-3132 or Whitney@HomesByDickerson.com

 

*$5,000 to be used towards appliances and/or closing costs with use of preferred lender & attorney and must go to contract by 12/31/2018.  See Sales Agent for Details. Sales and Marketing by Homes By Dickerson Real Estate, LLC

Parade to “The Home of Your Life!”

Parade to “The Home of Your Life!”

It always takes me a while to mentally transition from summer to fall-more so than with other changes of season-but then I see the slight tinges of orange and red slowly painting the leaves or get a whiff of autumn spices and realize that fall is in fact here!   For The Homes By Dickerson team, the beginning of fall is a flurry of activity as we prepare for the largest showcase of homes throughout the year-The Triangle Parade of Homes.  We have poured through design ideas, sketched, and dreamed.  We have swept, scrubbed, painted, and planted.  We have walked each community, searching for ways to improve all of the little details to ensure a stellar experience for you.  Now we take a breath, step back and present you with 9 amazing homes that embody everything we are and believe in as a custom, high-performance builder.

We invite you to join us over the next three weekends (October 6-7th, 12-14th, and 19th-21st: 12pm-5pm each day) for the 2018 Parade of Homes where you will see your dreams and visions come to life! Intricate trim detail, gorgeous woodwork, decadent tile patterns, custom layouts, beautiful elevations, curb appeal, and so much more await you at every turn.  The only thing that is missing is you!  Tour Homes By Dickerson’s 2018 Parade of Homes and find “The Home of Your Life” today!

 

Homes By Dickerson’s 2018 Parade Homes
Briar Chapel-“The Chippy Chic”-635 Boulder Point Drive, Chapel Hill-$659,900
Briar Chapel-“In the City”-146 Logbridge Road, Chapel Hill-$577,000
751 South-“A Touch of Brass”-1324 Bradburn Drive, Durham-$612,000
Sunset Bluffs-“Quiet Moments”-2501 Plowridge Road, Fuquay Varina-$475,000
MacTavish-“Tangled Up in Blue”-6901 Ray Family Farm Court-$800,000
Henderson Place-“Moody Modern”-4215 Henderson Place Drive, Pittsboro-$760,000
Traditions-“Easy Living”-1209 Reservoir View Lane, Wake Forest-$650,000
Wendell Falls-“By the Bluff”-1657 Tunnel Street, Wendell-$350,000
Wendell Falls-“Southern Comfort”-416 Vintage Point Lane, Wendell-$500,000

For more information on any of our homes, communities or The Triangle Parade of Homes, please contact Whitney White at 919-296-3820 or Whitney@HomesByDickerson.com 

Also, stay tuned as we will reveal the design inspirations for each of our homes and some wonderful detail photos of the finished product!  Even if you have walked through the home, it is easy to miss something with so much to see!

Homes By Dickerson once again named Best of the Best in Chapel Hill!

Homes By Dickerson once again named Best of the Best in Chapel Hill!

Homes By Dickerson is proud to announce that we were once again named Best of the Best in Chapel Hill!  Specifically Best of the Best Construction Builder by Chapel Hill Magazine for our work in Briar Chapel.  We could not be more pleased with this honor as we strive to build the best custom, high-performance homes in The Triangle area.  The August edition of the Best of the Best in Chapel Hill by Chapel Hill Magazine touted four area home builders in this category as the best that Chapel Hill has to offer its residents and we are excited to be a part of this elite group.

Briar Chapel is the Triangle’s largest green community located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Homes By Dickerson offers an array of high-performance, green-certified, single-family homes in this planned community, starting from the $300s-$750s. We have a portfolio of plans to choose from that you can customize and tailor to fit your lifestyle and needs! Briar Chapel is a unique community that blends in with its natural surroundings. Amenities abound here with approximately 900 acres of preserved open space that incorporates 24 miles of walking trails, parks, community gardens and dog parks. The Briar Club is a great spot to unwind with neighbors and friends, attend community events, or fit in a quick workout or group fitness class. With two saltwater swimming pools, a splash pad for the little ones, two water slides and picnic pavilions, you don’t have to look far for lots to do! Briar Chapel even has a full-time activities director on staff who coordinates a number of interest groups and events for all ages to enjoy!







Located right off of 15/501 in Chatham County, Briar Chapel is just minutes from Chapel Hill, Durham and Research Triangle Park. With I-64, I-54, and I-440 not far, it makes Briar Chapel a convenient place to call home to have the best of it all!

Visit us at our Sales and Design Center located at 307 Dark Forest Drive, Chapel Hill, NC 27516. For more information or to schedule a private tour, please contact Whitney at 919-205-3404 or info@homesbydickerson.com

“Find YOUR Style” at our next Briar Chapel Open House!

“Find YOUR Style” at our next Briar Chapel Open House!

Join us on Saturday, January 20th from 12noon-5pm for our first Open House event of 2018.  We look forward to helping you “Find YOUR Style!”  Take this opportunity to meet with our Design Team and find out what Homes By Dickerson style best suits you and then ask us how we can help you Find “The Home of YOUR Life!”  We will have exciting giveaways for everyone who participates in our “Find YOUR Style” activities and you can enter for the chance to win a free consultation with our award-winning staging company!  We will also have a wonderful “Find YOUR Coffee Style” bar with lots of delicious treats!

While at our Briar Chapel model home, you can get a private tour of any of our move-in ready, custom designs!  See for YOURself all of the different ways we can customize to fit YOUR own personal style.  For more information on the Open House series, our homes or our communities, please contact us at 919-917-3132 or info@homesbydickerson.com

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Up to $20,000 to USE AS YOU CHOOSE on The Home of YOUR Life!

Up to $20,000 to USE AS YOU CHOOSE on The Home of YOUR Life!

In a time of giving and thankfulness, Homes By Dickerson’s gift to you is up to $20,000* to Use As You Choose and make one of these custom designs The Home of Your Life! Whether you need a fence, additional landscaping, closing costs or window blinds, the choice is yours!  You can even apply half of your gift towards reducing the purchase price!  For a scheduled tour of any of our move-in ready homes, please contact us at 919-917-3132 or info@HomesByDickerson.com. You may also view the list of homes below and accompanying tour videos!

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                                                           Showcase Homes

Chapel Hill

Up to $20,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site S3: 47 Ashwood Drive (The Sullivan) 5 Bed, 4 Bath, 1st Flr Guest, Jack-n-Jill Bath, Bonus, 3-Car Gar, 3577 SF / $636,000
Home site S27:  454 Cliffdale Road (The Windham C2) 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Ranch Plan, 1st Flr Study, Rec Rm, Unfinished Bedroom and Bath
2580 SF / $466,000, View Home
Home site 1080: 490 Old Piedmont Cr (The Montclair), 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath, 1st Flr Master, Open Flrplan, Indoor/Outdoor FP, 2975 SF / $478,000, View Home
Home site 1081: 500 Old Piedmont Cr (The Bristol A), 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Guest Room, Dining/Study, Walk-Up Attic, Screened Porch
2871 SF / $477,000, View Home
Home site 1289: 100 Highveld Ave (The Fairfield B) 2017 Gold Parade Winner! 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Guest Room, 2nd Flr Master and Rec Room, Unfinished Walk-Up Attic, 2915 SF / $506,000, View Home

Home site 1291: 72 Highveld Ave (The Franklin), 3 Bed, 3 Bath, Ranch-Style Home, 1st Flr Master & Guest Rm, Bonus, 2732 SF / $445,000, View Home

Up to $10,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 1372: 286 Salt Cedar Lane (The Castlebrook), 4 Bed, 3.5 Bath, Covered Front Porch, Study, 3rd Flr with Full Bath, 2424 SF / $392,500, View Home
Home site 1463: 205 Quarter Gate Trace (The Sanderson), 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath, 1st Flr Master, Attached Garage, Screen Porch, 2309 SF / $387,000, View Home
Home site 1466: 179 Quarter Gate Trace (The Cambridge), 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Guest/Study, Attached Garage, Fin Bonus Rm & Screen Porch, 3577 SF / $636,000, View Home
Home site 1649: 293 Quarter Gate Trace (The Millhaven), 3 Bed, 2.5 Bath, Master on Main, Loft, Attached Garage, Screen Porch, 2052 SF / $374,000
Home site 1650: 287 Quarter Gate Trace (The Riverton), 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Master, Unfin Storage, Screen Porch, 2179 SF / $399,000, View Home
Home site 1651: 279 Quarter Gate Trace (The Kingspark), 3 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Master, Screened Porch, Study, Attached Garage, 2272 SF / $399,000

PITTSBORO
Up to $20,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 4258: 4258 Henderson Pl (The Covington), 2017 Silver Parade Winner! 3 Bed, 2 Bath, New Ranch Design with Rec Room and Walk-In Storage on 2nd Flr, 2951 SF / $646,000, View Home
Home site 4255:  4255 Henderson Pl (The Sheldon), 4 Bed, 3 Bath, Ranch Design with Rec Room and Walk-In Storage on 2nd Flr, 3173 SF / $655,000
APEX
Up to $20,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 18: 2130 Tordelo Place (The Windham), 4 Bed, 3 Bath, Open-Living Concept, 2nd Flr Rec Room, Screen Porch, 2-Car Garage, Unfinished Storage, 2892 SF / $475,000, View Home
Home site 30: 2127 Tordelo Place (The Churchwood B), 4 Bed, 4 Bath, 1st Flr Guest Rm, Cov. Porch, 2nd Flr Owner Ste, Bonus
3007 SF / $488,000, View Home
WENDELL
Up to $15,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 40: 1700 Drift Falls Lane (The Windham), 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Ranch Plan, Large Kitchen, Study w/French Doors, Rec Room, Unfin. Storage, Corner Homesite, 2580 SF / $372,000
Up to $20,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 154:  1621 Cascade Falls Dr (The Concord III), 2017 Gold Parade Winner! 3 Bed, 3 Bath, Ranch Plan, Master and Guest on 1st Flr, Study, Screened Porch, Basement w/Rec Room, Bedroom & Bath, Backs to Woods and Trails, 3200 SF / $499,900, View Home
Home site 182: 508 Batson Creek Cr (The Emerson II), 4 Bed, 3 Bath, 1st Flr Master Suite, Finished Basement with 4th Bedroom, Full Bath and Rec Room, Unfinished Storage, 2796 SF / $446,000, View Home
Home site 457: 929 Groveview Wynd (The Franklin Craftsman), 3 Bed, 3 Bath, Ranch Plan, Master and Guest Flr, Study, Butler’s Pantry, Bonus and Additional Bedroom w/Bath Upstairs, Unfin Walk-In Storage, 2732 SF / $409,000
Home site 458: 933 Groveview Wynd (The Concord), 3 Bed, 3 Bath, Ranch Plan w/1st Flr Master & Guest Bedrooms, Screen Porch, Backs to Woods & Trails, Walk-In Unfin Storage, 2645 SF / $416,000

Up to $10,000* To Use As You Choose
Home site 489: 1000 Groveview Wynd (The Oberlin Farmhouse)
3 Bed, 2 Bath, Ranch Plan w/Large Master Ste & 2 Guest Bed, Study, Screened Porch, Attached Rear-Entry 2-Car Gar, 2004 SF / $332,500
Home site 490: 1004 Groveview Wynd (The Oberlin Craftsman), 3 Bed, 2 Bath, Ranch Plan w/Large Master Ste and 2 Guest Bed, Study, Screened Porch, Attached Rear-Entry 2-Car Gar, 2004 SF / $330,000

*Up to half of the Use As You Choose promotion can be used towards reducing the purchase price. Offer good on select inventory homes that go under contract between November 1st and November 14th and close by December 20th. Promotion subject to change. See Agent for details.