Before the Parade Passes By

Before the Parade Passes By

North Carolina’s own largest open house will be opening up this weekend and running from October 6-7, 12-14 and 19-21 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.

Presented by the Home Builders Association of Raleigh – Wake County and the Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties, the Triangle Parade of Homes is your best ticket to the area’s newest homes and communities. Featuring the work of many local homebuilders, view 250 homes full of new design trends and decoration inspiration, listed from $250,000 to $2 million.

Open to the public, the entire Triangle Parade of Homes is free and self-guided. Explore Wake, Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties at your own pace, on your desired schedule. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Find Us at the Parade:

Whether you are looking for a new home or a new accent wall color, the Triangle Parade of Homes is your guide to it all! The Jim Allen Group and I will be there to help you along the way. With so much to see, we want to make sure that your experience is as personalized as possible. This could be the weekend you find your new home! No matter the price, size or location, we will ensure that you get the most out of this incredible home-buying opportunity.

Visit us at two of our listings at two homes in Pennington at Jordan Lake from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. The dates these listings will be available for touring are below:

Lot 6 ICG Homes: 168 Gentry Drive

  • Dates available: Saturday, October 13th

Lot 22 Capitol City Homes: 251 Gentry Drive

  • Dates available: Saturday, October 6th; Friday, October 12th; Saturday, October 13th; Saturday, October 20th

Pennington at Jordan Lake:

When it comes to fine living, this is as fine as it gets! From luxurious one-acre wooded lots to the natural beauty of Jordan Lake, this neighborhood offers a perfect blend of recreational opportunities and entertainment. Located just one mile from Jordan Lake, you’ll find a favorable commute to Raleigh, Chapel Hill and Durham. Tucked within the rolling hills of Chatham County, escaping these scenic views will be the last thing to cross your mind with vacation-esque views outside the backdoor.

Homes start in the $600s and offer unique opportunities for customization. For the adventurous nature-lover, there is the beauty of seclusive property. For the socialite, there is a quick route to the area’s best shopping and dining experiences.

The Jim Allen Group is available to show you all this neighborhood has to offer for every lifestyle. Learn more.

View Listing:

Located at 230 E Antebellum Drive within Pennington at Jordan Lake, this 2-story, 4-bedroom, 3-bath home is listed at $800,000. Included in the home’s decor is no shortage of detailed amenities, from a spacious three-car garage to a back porch featuring a fireplace. Cooking will become a breeze with a 14’ island, a walk-in pantry, a gas cooktop and a second prep sink. Holiday cooking just got a lot simpler! Can you smell the apple pie yet? Those granite countertops and tile backsplash set the stage for all of your home gatherings!

When you’re not relaxing in the finished bonus room, media room or family room, kick up your feet in one of the four bedrooms. Inside the master bedroom, find a French door to the porch, his/her walk-in closets and a laundry pass-thru. You can’t miss the freestanding stub, double vanity with a granite countertop or the convenient linen closet.

Green building features include ENERGY STAR appliances, programmable thermostats and and sealed crawl space. The fireplace in the family room runs on natural gas and the exterior fireplace is an excellent addition for the fall season.

Schools in the area – Pittsboro Elementary School, Horton Middle School and Northwood High School.

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Before the Parade Passes By

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Contact Information:

Julie Roland
(919) 274-8004
[email protected]