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Parade of Homes Floor Plans Sneak Peek

Parade of Homes Floor Plans Sneak Peek

It is that time of year again, and we cannot wait to show you what we have planned. No, it is not the anticipated holidays, it is the Parade of Homes! Each year in October, our dedicated team works tirelessly to showcase some of the best and boldest home designs. And this year is no exception. Homes By Dickerson is here to take it up a notch with an exciting new collection of homes… with character. 

Our theme this year is built around homes with character. For each home, we created a fictional character and a story to represent them living their romanticized lives within them. Take a look!

Lagniappe Rosé in Chatham Park

This beautiful Cooper plan embodies 2,029 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Inspired by the historic scenery of New Orleans and its southern charm, this home will be designed to the nines. Step into a long foyer to find the glorious kitchen with a waterfall island. Then, explore the primary bath with a zero-entry design and linear shower drain. In this home, you will feel as if you have walked into a southern dream where you can sip iced tea on the covered front porch and then glide through the sliding glass doors to the screened back porch. It is the perfect mix of historic and modern touches.

The story of Lagniappe Rosé invites you to meet Valeria Lucentio. She is an accomplished jazz band musician who falls in love easily. If you are lucky, she will play you a song on the guitar and write a letter that romances you.

Maison Des Fleur in 751 South

The Willow floor plan found in this year’s Parade of Homes will have you traveling to a charming English countryside village. With 7 bedrooms and 5 and a half bathrooms spanning across 3,300 square feet, this home is the quintessential dream home for growing families and avid entertainers. The additional living unit above the 2-car garage is ideal for adult children visiting from college or relatives coming to spend a long weekend. It boasts a beautiful view of the future family garden. Additional features like the fireplace with pre-cast concrete and the creative craft room are special highlights of this home.

While looking out the window at the view of the garden, you will find our Maison Des Fleur character planting flowers with her family. Eight-year-old Sadie Brown loves helping her family with the garden. Along with her twin brother and parents, she lives with her sweet grandmother, who enjoys a spot of tea in her in-law suite.

Grand Vin in Wendell Falls

As the name suggests, the Grand Vin parade home is inspired by Napa Valley’s modern wineries. There are a ton of features to love in this customized Bristol floor plan. Firstly, you will find not one, but two cozy fireplaces. One inside the home and one outside. Secondly, before going up the stairs, there is a quaint dog kennel for the favored furry friend in the family. Thirdly, barrel vault ceilings can be found over the wet bar and in the butler’s pantry. Come to the Parade of Homes event to see even more fun features of this home with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and 2,930 square feet of living space.

Doctor Talia Stoll is the relatable character of Grand Vin. While she loved her life in Sonoma Valley, CA, she could not help but feel drawn to the sweet southern atmosphere of NC. Missing her family, you can find her in the craft room putting together a package for her niece.

Treelight Chic Townhome in Wendell Falls

In this collection of parade homes, we cannot forget our wonderful luxury townhomes. Nothing says “healthy, active lifestyle” like a townhome surrounded by walkable conveniences. But after a long day, it is nice to come home to a relaxing retreat in a chic styled home. This Park Ave floor plan has plenty of room for entertaining and a 2-car garage with ample storage. Throughout the 2,282 square feet of living space, you will find 3 bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms. The 10-foot ceilings create an open, airy feel in the large living, kitchen, and dining room areas. The second floor provides access to an uncovered rear deck where you can relax and take in the fresh air.

In this townhome, the story of Sofia Gonzales comes to life. By day she is a journalist and editor, but by night she is either reading or listening to some good music. She loves her private life here with just her and her Yorkie. However, tonight she is headed to Treelight Square to prepare for her dinner party!

These are just a few of the details of our Parade of Homes floor plans and their unique character stories. If you are impressed now, just wait until you see the full designs that complement their layout. Ready to save the date on your calendar or view models that are just as special? Connect with us online or contact our new home sales consultant at 919-205-3404.

How to Choose the Right Floor Plan for Your Family

How to Choose the Right Floor Plan for Your Family

One of the most exciting times in your life can be deciding to build a new construction home. Here at Homes By Dickerson, we know that finding the “Home of Your Life” begins with choosing the right floor plan.

Which floor plan you choose depends on how you use your home and how it fits with your lifestyle. From the size and shape, to where the rooms are located in relation to each other, every part of the home can affect your living experience, so knowing what you really want is crucial. 

Here are five tips for choosing the right floorplan for your new home:


Figure out what size home will best suit your needs

Choosing a floor plan should start with how you envision living in your new home, what type of layout works best, and how you would use each space. Though important, square footage should be your secondary consideration. Instead, focus on how many sleeping spaces do you need? Could a guest room double as an office or home gym if it won’t be used often? Do you need a certain amount of storage space? Prioritize your most important needs by thinking about your current space and what you need or don’t need in terms of rooms.


Choose a floorplan based on your lifestyle 

Every family has their own style, so choosing a floorplan that meets your needs is essential. Do you need an office? Do the kids need a rec room? Do you like to exercise at home, rather than at the gym? Would you  prefer a multi-purpose flex space that can change as your family grows? Think about the space you need to be comfortable based on your daily activities.


Trust your instincts on what “feels” right when choosing a floorplan

You know when a space feels comfortable. Take these instincts into consideration when looking at different floorplans. For example, someone with children may want the primary bedroom to be close to the other bedrooms. Others may prefer the primary bedroom to be separated for quiet and privacy. 


Be honest about your needs and lifestyle

Preferred features in a home differ depending on what stage of life you are in. Before choosing a home design, ask yourself: 


  • Is your family situation changing, either growing or shrinking?
  • Will you need guest rooms for overnight visitors? 
  • What about dedicated living space for longer visits by parents or grandchildren? 
  • Are you approaching retirement? Should you choose a plan that’s better for aging in place? 
  • How do you entertain? Do you want formal spaces or more relaxed gathering rooms? 
  • Do you travel frequently and need a lock-and-leave lifestyle?

Don’t forget workspace or entertaining considerations

Are you working from home more these days, possibly even full-time? A dedicated office in a quiet part of the house is a necessity. Even better, an office with sound proofed walls and a door that locks! 

Do you have hobbies or special interests that might require special rooms to enjoy them? A wine room for your bottles of Napa Valley Chardonnay or Italian Barolo. A media room for special showings of your Akira Kurosawa films.  

  Do you need lots of attic or storage space to store your treasures? For example, the holiday decorations that seem to grow exponentially every year. Halloween, Christmas, 4th of July… Cinco de Mayo? (Really?) Or the model trains/Lego sets/doll houses that were supposed to be temporary. 

Do you want to be able to eat/live/entertain outdoors? A deck, patio, covered/screened porch is a must. Make sure there’s room for a dining table, and a conversation area. Then add a fireplace and an outdoor kitchen! 


Answering these questions honestly will ensure that you choose the right floor plan for your lifestyle now and into the future. If you need any guidance or suggestions, connect with our online sales associates!

Summer Festivals in Charleston

Summer Festivals in Charleston

Charleston is a beautiful city all year round, but summer is the “hottest” time for visitors. Despite the heat and humidity, Charleston plays host to a variety of events and festivals all season long. And residents of our communities in Mt. Pleasant and Summerville will have plenty of summer fun to choose from this year!



As residents and visitors alike head toward the sea islands north and south of the city, there are several big festivals this month.


Spoleto and Piccolo Spoleto Festivals | May 27 – June 12 

America’s premier international performing arts festivals feature events and performances across the city. 


Charleston Carifest Caribbean Carnival | June 18

This festival celebrates the food, music and culture of the Caribbean, with a carnival and a parade.


Juneteenth Week | June 13-19

Events celebrating Juneteenth, including a festival at The Bend, North Charleston, with food trucks, live music, children’s activities, fireworks and other entertainment. 


ArtWalk | First Friday of every month 

Art walks in downtown Charleston galleries


Party at the Point | Friday evenings, May 6 – July 8

Happy Hour concert series at Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina, Mount Pleasant



Despite the heat, there are fun happenings in addition to the 4th of July festivities. 


4th of July Fireworks

Don’t miss the huge fireworks display at Folly Beach


Uncle Sam Jam | July 4

Live music and dancing at the Mount Pleasant Pier. Tickets required. 


Southeast Crab Feast | July 9 

All you can eat blue crab seafood festival at Wannamaker Park, North Charleston. Tickets required. 


Sweetgrass Cultural Arts Festival | July 23 

Annual celebration of Gullah-Geechee heritage in Mt. Pleasant, with sweetgrass basket demonstrations, arts and crafts, and other entertainment. Free admission. 


Charleston Sprint Triathlon Series | July 31 

Triathlon races at James Island County Park, with 600 yard freshwater swim, 12 mile cycle and 5K run. 



Charleston is beyond hot and humid in August, and most people head for the cool breezes on the sea islands. There are fewer organized events, other than the music-and-dancing series at Mount Pleasant, and various concerts.


Beer From Here | August 19 

Refreshing event at the South Carolina Aquarium featuring a selection of local and regional beers. 


SC Reggae Jerk & Wine Festival | August 27 

Celebrating Jamaican food and music, with taste-offs, demonstrations, chili-eating contests, live music, arts and crafts, and more. 


Grape Stomp Festival | August 27 

Annual festival at Deep Water Vineyard, with Lucille Ball look-a-like contest, grape stomping and other entertainment.


Summer Wine Festival | August 27

Wine festival at Charleston Harbor Cruise Terminal. Featuring 50+ different wines, mimosas, and more. Air-conditioned venue with waterside patio. Live Music and a DJ. Tickets required. 

For more information about our new home communities available in the Charleston area, please connect with us or call us  at (843)466-4875.

Reasons to Love Townhome Living

Reasons to Love Townhome Living

A townhome presents the ideal solution for a variety of homebuyers. First-time buyers and right-sizing empty nesters appreciate the low maintenance. The lock-and-leave aspect is one of the many reasons to love townhome living.

It feels like home.

A townhome is at least two levels of living, so it feels more like a home than a condo. You do not compromise on the square footage or features. You still have the beautiful kitchen, the spacious suite, the number of bathrooms you need, and possibly a garage.

You own the land…

While your lot is smaller than what might accompany a single-family home, you still own it. And your property tax is considerably smaller based on this size.

…but do not have to mow it.

Exterior maintenance is usually included in the townhome community’s HOA fee. You have the pleasure of your own outdoor space without the maintenance. Your HOA takes care of the mowing, weeding, and fertilizing.

Your HOA fee also covers your roof, siding, and driveway. You do not need to store all those tools for home repair, so use the space in your garage or basement for something more fun!

More affordable, spacious living

Townhomes often present a more enticing price point than single-family homes. Remember, you have a smaller lot, and you are sharing some walls with another homeowner. However, with today’s advances in construction, you do not hear them!

Safety in numbers

There is something to be said for proximity to your neighbors. Townhome community residents tend to look out for one another because they see each other more frequently. You build relationships through familiarity—with neighbors on either side of your townhome, across the street, at the pool or fitness center, and those you pass while walking around the community. It is like living in a small town where everyone looks out for one another. And when you need someone to keep an eye on your townhome while you are away, you will have helpful neighbors willing to pitch in.

The amenities are a plus

When you choose to buy a townhome, you also get the use of the community amenities—a swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse, walking trails, and other advantages to living in a townhome community. Some master-planned communities, like Wendell Falls in Wendell, NC, Nexton in Summerville, SC, and The Brownstones at 751 South in Durham, NC, deliver an outstanding selection of amenities. These communities are like towns of their own, with shopping, dining, and other services embedded there.

Combine the luxuries of resort-style amenities with the convenience of a low-maintenance lifestyle and you have more time to reap the rewards of your smart choice! Leave the home care to the pros and enjoy recreation, hobbies, and all the things that make life more satisfying.

Homes By Dickerson builds townhomes and single-family homes, sometimes within the same community. We bring our curated designs, quality construction, and commitment to delivering a greater standard for service, features, and value. When you’re looking for a new construction townhome that checks off every item on your wish list, look at Homes By Dickerson. Our communities are growing in Raleigh-Durham and The Research Triangle; Pinehurst, NC, one of the finest golf regions in the country; and Charleston, SC, the jewel of the South. Connect with Homes By Dickerson to explore the benefits of townhome living.

All About Curb Appeal

All About Curb Appeal

What do you see when you envision your dream home? The exterior details—the home’s style, color, details, and landscaping—communicate a lot about it. Every homeowner wants their home to stand out from the others on the street—and in a good way. Achieving that is all about curb appeal. And research shows that a home with eye-catching curb appeal sells for about 7% more than those that are less attractive on the outside.

Whether you’re shopping for a new home or preparing to put yours on the market, Homes By Dickerson has some factors for gauging this important feature.

The proportions are right.

Have you ever looked at a home and felt there was something out of balance about it? Maybe there was a confusing use of architectural details that did not flow together. The front porch was too small, the front door too large, or the walkway just plain wrong. Possibly the roof lines seemed like someone did not think it through.

Look for proportionality in the home’s exterior design. The gables, siding, dormers, and details should achieve a balance that you can see and “feel”. When there are contrasting sidings, like wood and stone, one should not overwhelm the other.

You will probably sense the lack of good proportions before you can pinpoint it. Take the time to view how the details relate to one another.

Watch the windows.

The placement of windows on a home can be very telling. When they are done correctly, the home has ample windows with symmetrical placement. For example, if you have windows on one side of the front half of the home, there should be two windows on the opposite end. A builder can save money by omitting windows, so it is a telling sign if you see this flaw in the curb appeal.

Paint problems.

When you are looking at a home, the first thing you notice is the style. The second is the color. If the exterior paint color is unappealing to you, you probably will pass on the property to avoid the expense of repainting it.

If the home needs a paint job, you should wonder what other maintenance has been overlooked by the homeowner.

How does the garden grow?

You might be impressed with the curb appeal that comes with stunning gardens. It is beautiful now but ask yourself if you will be able to handle the upkeep. If not, the lovely view from the street will become an overgrown tangle of unsightly plants and weeds.

Look past the home.

You can find your dream home but if the neighbors are not quite as pristine, your curb appeal will have distinct limitations. When you stand back and take in the view of a home, look left, right, and across the street. Are the neighboring homes as visually enticing? Does the neighborhood have a Homeowner’s Association that governs curb appeal? This is an important consideration when deciding on where to invest in your next home.

The Homes By Dickerson solution

You have many choices when it comes to a home builder. In Raleigh, NC, and Charleston, SC, Homes By Dickerson stands out as the one who prefers to give our buyers something that others don’t: Choices. We work with each homebuyer to come up with a home that is the sum of your details, inside and out. When it is done, you don’t just have a Homes By Dickerson residence. It is completely personalized to you.

We curate the designs to start with architecture and features that buyers want, from townhomes to single-family homes, Modern Farmhouse to Contemporary to Coastal. Our floor plans begin the inspiration process. Together, you and Homes By Dickerson bring that vision “home”.

Our Most-Loved Floor Plans

Our Most-Loved Floor Plans

At Homes By Dickerson, we love all of our floor plans, but there are always a few that really stand out. Whether it’s the beautiful exteriors or the spacious interiors, these plans are some of our customers’ favorites. All of our floorplans are expertly designed but can also be custom tailored to your needs. If you’re looking for a new home in Raleigh, NC or in Charleston, SC, we would love for you to come check out these homes, and let us know which one is your favorite!


The Concord

3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | 2,581 SQ FT

This 2-story home features unique details like custom millwork, an oversized owner’s closet, and a covered front porch that’s perfect for sipping sweet tea while the sun sets over the beautiful North Carolina landscape.


The Oakmont

4 BEDROOMS | 3.5 BATHS | 3,619 SQ FT

After seeing this lavish home, you may not want to see any other! Standout features include a large second-floor rec room — perfect as a second den, playroom, or themed game room — and dual walk-in closets in the owner’s suite.


The Garrison

5 BEDROOMS | 4.5 BATHS | 4,147 SQ FT

A large home with room to spare, here you’ll find everything you’re looking for in new construction. Unique features include a butler’s pantry for keeping food prep hidden away, an optional drop zone to keep the rest of your home neat and clutter-free, and a first-floor guest suite with walk-in shower that your friends and family may never want to leave!


The Cooper

3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | 2,062 SQ FT

This spacious ranch-style home is the ultimate in single-level living. Along with no stairs to navigate, there’s a large walk-in closet in the owner’s suite, and a screened-in back porch where you can set up the perfect outdoor living space.


The Fairfield

6 BEDROOMS | 6 BATHS | 4,115 SQ FT

This sizeable home has room for everyone and everything that’s important to you! It also makes life much more convenient with a second-floor laundry room and rec room that’s attached to a cozy flex room — perfect for a home office or reading nook.


The Hutchinson

3 BEDROOMS | 2 BATHS | 2,140 SQ FT

If you love outdoor living, this is the home for you! With a large front porch that welcomes everyone in the family (plus neighbors) to come and sit a spell, and a screened-in back porch that’s cozy and comfortable, you may spend just as much time outdoors as you do in. 


The Addison

2 BEDROOMS | 2.5 BATHS | 2,142 SQ FT

Just as much a work of art as it is a home, the Addison offers everything you’re looking for in single-level living. You’ll be dazzled by the abundant natural light, highly livable layout, and luxury finishes. There’s even an option to add a twilight fireplace for those extra special nights.


The Franklin

3 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | 2,732

This classic Craftsman is designed with the modern homebuyer in mind. The formal dining room is a gorgeous, sunlit space that would be just as useful as a study. The first-floor owner’s suite features a separate tub and shower, and the second floor rec room is the perfect place to let the kids have as much fun as they want to.


The Jackson

4 BEDROOMS | 3 BATHS | 2,350 SQ FT

One of new home buyers’ most sought-after features is a full bathroom on the first floor, and this home delivers! It works perfectly for the first-floor guest bedroom. There’s also a butler’s pantry for keeping food prep hidden (a rare feature in many new homes), and a second-floor laundry room for everyone’s convenience. 


Interested in seeing more? View all of the floor plans available in our new home communities throughout Raleigh, NC and Charleston, SC, or contact us to schedule an appointment to see them in person!

Find Your Home Easier and Faster Using an Online Sales Counselor

Find Your Home Easier and Faster Using an Online Sales Counselor

Searching for a new home in Raleigh/Durham, Pinehurst, or Charleston can be time consuming and overwhelming. There are so many choices for housing of all kinds, and in so many areas. How do you narrow it all down without spending weeks or months driving around and looking at model home after model home? The answer is to speak with a New Home Online Sales Counselor. 


Meet Whitney White, Homes By Dickerson’s Online Sales Counselor and New Home Advisor. Her job is to help you simplify your new home search!


What is an Online Home Sales Counselor?

An Online Sales Counselor, or OSC for short, is your initial point of contact when you fill out an online interest form for a new home community, or call a home builder for more information. This person is a skilled customer service specialist, whose only job is to make sure you have all the information you need to move forward in your home search.


Why is an OSC important to the new home sales process?

Nearly 100% of home shoppers start their searches online. On builder websites and social media pages you can find lots of information about floor plans, communities, build areas, and pricing. But when you want to know more, it’s time to reach out to an Online Sales Counselor. Whitney can guide you to the community or area that best fits your lifestyle, and to a collection of specific floor plans that have the pricing and options you want.

How can an OSC make my home search easier or faster?

You can save time in your home search by speaking with an OSC. Whitney is a resource of information, and knows up-to-date details about our single-family home communities, townhome communities, and areas we build in. She can help narrow down your home search within a matter of minutes. All of the choices she presents will be in your price range and meet your requirements. Best of all — they will all have the potential to be “the one.” One phone call can save you weeks or even months of searching, and get you into a new home, faster. 


How do I get in touch with Whitney?

It’s easy! You can contact Whitney by text or phone at (919) 205-3404, or by filling out the Ask Whitney form in the right hand corner of our website. From there, sit back and relax while she gathers the information she needs to present the home options you’ll love. Searching for a new home has never been easier or faster!

Now Selling: The Brownstones at 751 South in Durham, NC

Now Selling: The Brownstones at 751 South in Durham, NC

If you are ready for high-style, low-maintenance living in the heart of bustling Durham, NC, welcome home to The Brownstones at 751 South!

751 South is a new kind of community located off of Highway 751 just moments from the Streets at Southpoint Mall. This walkable, vibrant, village-style neighborhood is where parks, walking trails, green space, dining, and shopping converge at your doorstep.

The Brownstones is a collection of modern townhomes with high-end, classic urban design features included. They offer all the luxury of a single family home but with none of the maintenance. These three-story plans can be customized to your preference with adaptable floor plans, private outdoor living spaces, and distinctive finishes and features.

Modern Townhomes in Durham, NC

Some of the many included features are…

  • Bronze Level National Green Building program certified
  • Rinnai natural gas tankless water heater
  • 8 1/4″ Smooth Hardie Plank Fiber Cement siding
  • Limestone Lintel & Sils at brick window & door locations
  • 10′ Ceilings with 8′ solid core doors throughout 1st floor
  • 7 1/4″ baseboards throughout 1st floor, 5 1/4″ baseboards throughout 2nd & 3rd floors
  • Large kitchen island and 42″ upper cabinets with 18″ Solid Door Uppers Stacked to Ceiling
  • 5/8” glass surround, level 3 Ceramic tile shower walls in master bath with deco, shower
  • (3) Professional-grade Moen faucet options in primary and secondary baths in (3) finishes

The Brownstones at 751 South offer downtown style surrounded by uptown luxury. Enjoy resort-style amenities every single day. The planned 5,250-square-foot Amenity Center will include a sparkling swimming pool, kids pool and play area, fitness center, outdoor fitness lawn, large gathering hall for events, and much more. Residents will love the 14 parks, 55 acres of open green space, nature trails, and preserved woodlands. 

When life is busy, these townhomes offer the low-maintenance lifestyle you’ve been looking for. No grass to cut, no gutters to clean, no fall leaves to blow. Our homeowners association will make sure the exterior of your home always looks beautiful. All you have to do when you come home is relax.

Don’t miss this opportunity to own a unique home in one of Durham’s most desirable new communities! Take a virtual tour here and get a feel for the high end and spacious floorplans these homes offer. The Brownstones at 751 South are priced from the upper $600s with design features included. Please contact Whitney for more information.

Now Selling: Inspired New Homes in Chatham Park

Now Selling: Inspired New Homes in Chatham Park

Some homes are built out of necessity, and some are crafted from pure inspiration. Homes By Dickerson is thrilled to announce that The Vineyards, the remarkable new neighborhood within the master-planned community Chatham Park in Pittsboro, NC, is now selling!


Pittsboro – The Small Town with Big Opportunities

The picturesque town of Pittsboro, NC is close to everywhere you need to be, but far enough away to enjoy the beauty and charm of the North Carolina countryside. Located just 30 minutes from Chapel Hill and 40 minutes from downtown Raleigh, getting to Research Triangle Park and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport is easy, especially since Pittsboro is known for its low commute times. Though the population is growing by leaps and bounds (Chatham County, where Pittsboro is located, is the fastest-growing county in the state), it’s still relatively small by Raleigh metro standards, so residents get to enjoy fewer crowds and more outdoor and leisure time.

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Chatham Park – A Community Unlike Any Other 


Welcome to A Life Well Lived in Chatham Park. This 7,068-acre, artfully designed, master-planned community in Pittsboro, NC will combine innovation, connectivity, design, wellness, and balance to create a live, work, play, learn environment that’s unlike any other in the Triangle. With its modern residences, miles of walking trails, communal green space, schools, hospitals, and meeting spaces, everything you need in your day-to-day life is within reach in Chatham Park.


The Vineyards – Inspired Homes


The Vineyards is the first residential neighborhood in Chatham Park, and Homes By Dickerson is proud to be a premier builder! This neighborhood of single-family homes features lots of communal open space perfect for a game of pick-up frisbee or a sunny afternoon picnic, scenic greenways for walking or cycling, a 10-acre park, and so much more. 

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Our award-winning homes fit perfectly into the Chatham Park ethos. With innovative designs, a commitment to sustainable building, energy-efficient systems, and unmatched craftsmanship, these 3 and 4-bedroom homes will exceed your expectations for beautiful, comfortable, smart living in an ideal location.


We’re excited to bring a new product line to The Vineyards; this line will feature several different plans that can be personalized to your unique style. You’ll work with our award-winning design team to choose your favorite flooring, paint colors, cabinets, fixtures, and appliances and they will all look cohesive and beautiful together. No two homes will be the same, yet they’ll all fit perfectly within Chatham Park.


Homesites are now available in The Vineyards at Chatham Park! For more information, please contact Whitney at (919) 804-8866 or schedule a video chat. We can’t wait to build The Home Of Your Life

New Homes Near Charleston, SC

New Homes Near Charleston, SC

Charleston, SC is one of the nation’s most coveted cities due to its culture, charm, emerging industries, and historical significance. The weather is beautiful, the landscape is lush, and there’s nothing better than sunset strolls on the beach whenever you feel so inclined. But Charleston is also surrounded by some of the most picturesque and charming small towns you’ll find in the South. And now, with two new communities from Homes By Dickerson, you can live the Lowcountry lifestyle in complete luxury. 


Nexton in Summerville, SC

Nexton is a new community in Summerville, SC, a beautiful and historic small town located just 40 minutes northwest of Charleston. Here you’ll find tree-lined streets, acres of blooming flowers, world-class cuisine, and the sweetest tea you’ve ever tasted. It’s a picturesque vision of Southern charm and hospitality, and now in Nexton, you’ve got a few brand new opportunities to live there.

Luxury Townhomes in Summerville

Nexton’s Designer Ready Townhomes are all about luxury living. From the very moment you walk into these beautifully-finished homes, the decisions become easy. You choose the townhome you love best, then all you have to do is select the Design Package that fits your style. With four professionally-curated options to choose from — Uptown, Luxe, Classic, or Coastal — you’re sure to find the one for you. Several townhomes are complete and ready for move-in now — all that’s missing is you and your finishing touch.

New Single Family Homes in Summerville

Nexton also features beautifully-crafted, timeless single family homes in a variety of floor plans. Whether you prefer one story or two, three bedrooms or five, there’s a home available for you. Nexton’s single family homes all feature customizable design, flexible floor plans, outdoor living spaces, and on-trend features and finishes.

Nexton is a connected community, with half of the land space dedicated to parks and nature. It’s the perfect place to get outside, enjoy exercise and fresh air, and meet your neighbors. With a full range of amenities — from a resort-style pool to an interactive splash pad — there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy. 

Learn more about Nexton.


Riverside at Carolina Park in Mt. Pleasant, SC

Mt. Pleasant is a short, 30-minute drive over the scenic Cooper River from Charleston. In the new community of Riverside at Carolina Park, you will experience coastal living, redefined. Enjoy the best outdoor recreation, entertainment, culture, and dining of the Lowcountry, but come home to a relaxed, sophisticated lifestyle that caters to your every want and need.

New Luxury Homes in Mt. Pleasant

Spacious and luxurious, the homes in Riverside at Carolina Park are as timeless in style as they are modern in features. With homes ranging from four to six bedrooms and up to 3,866 square feet, here you’ll find the space and everyday retreat that you seek. The amenities are unrivaled in the area, and will have every day feeling like an exquisite vacation.

Learn more about Riverside at Carolina Park.