Where to Buy New Construction in Chapel Hill in 2017
From the luxury of extra on-site amenities to the ease of a newly built home, there are several great options when it comes to buying new construction in Chapel Hill. But for a closer look at which communities offer plenty of standing invenotry, a great value, or an even better location, I recommend starting your new construction home search at these 3 fabulous new neighborhoods:
With a number of move-in ready homes available right now and even more in the coming months, Briar Chapel proves an ideal location for new construction homes. Priced starting in the $200,000s, the homes of this community include designs from several homebuilders. Choose from low-maintenance floor plans within the new, 55+ neighborhood or single-family homes starting at 1,400 square feet, built with green construction methods in mind.
Residents enjoy hundreds of acres of preserved space too, along with 24-miles of trails, ideal for biking, jogging or simply taking a leisurely stroll. As well, Briar Chapel also boasts nearly two-dozen community parks and a clubhouse with planned activities. Extra amenities range from the resort-style swimming pool with slides, a lap pool and a splash pad, to the fitness center, multiple tennis courts, pickleball courts and basketball courts.
With plenty of privacy and open space, the new construction homes of Dunhill invite new homebuyers with more than two-acre, privately wooded lots. Formerly a horse farm, the community now offers spacious homes, many with at least four-bedrooms and a three-car garage. Priced starting in the mid $600,000s, the David Weekley Homes community offers various options in traditional home designs.
With easy access to the nearby American Tobacco Trail, homes for sale in Dunhill make it easy to enjoy various options in outdoor recreation. Meanwhile, the homes are also close to nearby shops, restaurants and wineries, providing the luxury of a natural environment along with the convenience of living close to everything you need and want in the area.
With energy efficiency in mind, the single-family homes of Chapel Run are priced starting in the $300,000s, with two-story floor plans offering three- to four-bedrooms and a two-vehicle garage. Along with model homes, there are some move-in ready homes available immediately, with designs starting at around 1,900 square feet in size.
An easy walk from public transportation, Chapel Run is also close to local shops and outdoor recreation, with an area golf course not far from the homes. Serviced by the Durham Public School District, the David Weekley Homes community also offers easy access to the airport and to I-40, making for an easy commute around the region.