Triangle Area Communities With Modern Farmhouse Style Homes
The Triangle Area is revered for some of North Carolina's most beautiful homes thanks to such a wide-range of architectural styles on full display. While Colonials and Cape Cods might have a little more historic charm and character, many of today's home buyers are searching for Modern Farmhouse homes, one of the hottest styles going right now.
Da Vinci - Wake Forest NC
Developed by Cady Homes, Da Vinci is a luscious living community that lives up to the artisanship of its namesake. Designed with the modern farmhouse style in mind, properties here boast characteristic white paneled fronts, peak roofs, and wood window accents. They range in size, although most options come with a couple, if not more bedrooms and bathrooms. In every case, the generous lots surrounded by ample greenery are more than enough breathing room to kick back and relax. Da Vinci is located on the eastern edge of Wake Forest, just south of Youngsville. This puts residents in an ideal position to enjoy the best of what city and rural life have to offer. Spend an afternoon exploring Herbabless Lavender Farm or head down for a night on the town to explore some of Wake Forest's best restaurants, shops, and cafes. Proximity to several ponds, reservoirs, and streams means that there's plenty of fishing and boating to do too.
Hasentree - Wake Forest NC
Simple design doesn't have to be boring. When done well, it can elevate a home beyond standard expectations to create something truly special. Hasentree of Wake Forest is a perfect example, as the properties here look like something out of a magazine, featuring sleek, sharp facades set behind luscious green lawns with quaint walkways. Inside you'll find spacious layouts that have been expertly crafted for a seamless transition between rooms. Big, traditionally laid out windows let in plenty of light, while accent colors can be found throughout the homes to add a touch of personality. But beyond a classic farmhouse style, Hasentree also embodies the definition of modern rural living through its country club-like offering of community amenities. The 66-acre development has everything from an 18-hole golf course, fitness center, playground, and childcare center to three pools and six tennis courts.
The Parc at Edwards Mill - Raleigh NC
The farmhouse architectural style is very historic, dating back centuries to early agricultural fields in Eastern Europe. This community of homes takes everything that's aesthetically pleasing about it - large window openings, siding, and shutters in weathered colors, and traditional roof shapes - and seamlessly blends it with a townhouse layout for a fresh take on the classic look. The Parc at Edwards Mill stands out among other modern farmhouse-style homes with its open-concept interiors and bright, airy finishes. High ceilings, wide plank flooring, and oversized windows that flood rooms with natural light make these properties feel much bigger than they are on paper. Each and every unit comes with at least one garage, leaving you a safe space to store your car - or tractor - at night, plus a generous amount of green space. This is the perfect choice for anyone looking to live a laid-back yet luxurious life that doesn't break the bank in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Forest on Franklin - Wake Forest
Great things happen when classic style meets modern taste. Forest on Franklin proves that point with its collection of 12 farmhouse-style townhomes in the heart of Wake Forest. Each unit is designed to offer both a traditional look and feel, as well as all the modern amenities you could expect from a twenty-first-century home. Two-car garages, screened-in porches and ample yard space pair nicely with the airy ceilings, large windows, and wide door frame that make each space feel cozy and inviting. And being a new development, you can rest assured that these farmhouse homes won't need extra TLC anytime soon.
Woodmere Hills - Raleigh
Rock Creek Builders has done it again with its latest community of detached homes in Raleigh, Woodmere Hills. From a distance, you might think that they all look the same - traditional peaked roofs, hung windows, and spacious front porches are commonplace between properties. But actually walking up to the front door, it's clear that these houses are anything but generic. High-end lighting fixtures, built-in cabinetry, and state-of-the art appliances make each and every unit truly one of a kind. The attention to detail doesn't just stop with the interior either. The landscaping around Woodmere Hills is second to none. Beautiful trees line the streets, providing just the right amount of shade for a hot summer day in Raleigh.