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6 Ways to Build with Brick | Brick Homes Raleigh

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Apr 29, 2014 @ 08:04 AM

6 Ways to Build with Brick 

Brick Homes in Raleigh

Here are six ways to pull a little - or a lot - of brick into your Raleigh new home design. From exterior siding to interior accents, you'll love these creative brick building ideas. 

1. Full Brick Homes

Full brick home exteriors are a popular choice in North Carolina. Brick exteriors are durable and low maintenance - especially when compared to other popular materials such as fiber cement, which require repainting at least every five years or so. 

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There can be a huge visual difference between two brick homes of the same shape and square footage, due to the design, shape, color, size, and style of brick used.

See photo galleries of a few of our most requested full brick home plans: 

The Cove - Four bedroom all brick home

The Maple Lane - Two story all brick home

The Summerlyn - Basement all brick home

The Cannon - Victorian style all brick home

The Scottsdale - Wheelchair accessible all brick home

The Sutherland - One story all brick home

Click here for full brick home communities near Raleigh, North Carolina


2. Brick Homes with Stone Accents

Blending a mixture of different siding materials on an exterior can make your home more dynamic and visually appealing. 

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This home is all brick, with a few stone accent walls blended in. The stone offers a different texture, pattern, and hue than the brick. 

3. Homes with Brick Accents

Mixing siding materials can be especially effective when your home has a long front or several height transitions, such as in this version of the Dugan:

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Here, brick acts serves an accent - rather than sole focus - of the exterior. 

4. Brick Interior Wall

Brick walls can create a major a focal point for the interior of your home.

In this custom home, a rustic brick wall was integrated to create a sharp contrast against a modern interior motif. The red brick stands out against the grey walls and metalic fixtures.

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There are clear lines of sight from the great room and formal dining room to the brick wall foyer. Subtle earthy tones in the brick and floors pull all the rooms together. 

5. Brick Kitchen Backsplash

Whether you want to use real brick or a brick lay tile pattern, kitchen backsplashes - and accent walls - are a popular place to integrate brick in 2014 new homes.

In this home, a version of The Lake House, a brick lay backsplash, metalic centerpiece range and sink accents, and rustic cabinets pepper the kitchen. 

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Here, in a version of The Treehouse, contemporary black tiles create a brick lay patter backsplash:

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6. Brick Lay Tile

Want a way to pull the brick lay design into multiple rooms?

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Consider adding a brick lay tile tub surround in your master bath. 

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All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Apr 23, 2012 @ 11:04 AM

All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC

Full Brick Home Communities - Choosing the right neighborhood for an all-brick custom home

 

Stanton Homes helps make it easy to find the right place to build your new home, by putting together information on great new home communities, lots and land throughout central North Carolina.

Here are a few of our favorite all-brick new home communities, located throughout the Triangle area of North Carolina. Let us know if you're looking to build an all brick home, and we'll send you more options!All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

In these communities, you'll find:

 - Full brick ranch homes

 - Full brick two story homes

 - Full brick homes on acreage homesites

 - Full brick homes starting as low as the upper $200's

 

 

Chadbourne in Garner, NC

All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

Chadbourne is a full brick community located in Garner, NC.

Chadbourne homesites are well-spaced with a variety of meadow, wooded, and acreage options.

Homes in Chadbourne are generally priced from the mid-$300s to the mid-$600s.

Chadbourne homes generally range from 2,700 to 4,600 sq ft, and new homes must be at least 2,800 sq ft.

New custom homes in Chadbourne are required to have brick on all 4 sides of the exterior.

Click here to browse lots for sale in Chadbourne.

  

Brittmoore in Garner, NC

All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

Brittmoore is a small, quiet neighborhood with only 25 lots, located in Garner, NC.

Brittmoore is just 10 miles from downtown Raleigh, just off of Highway 50.

All Brittmoore lots are nicely spaced. Homes have brick exteriors with some hardiboard.

Click here to browse available lots in Brittmoore.

 

Johnson Place II in Benson, NC

All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

 

Johnson Place II is the second phase of a new home community, offering all-brick homes starting in the low $300s.

Johnson Place is located off of I-40 and I-95 in Benson, NC.

Click here to browse available new home lots in Johnston Place.

 

 

North Fort in Clayton, NC

All-Brick Homes Near Raleigh, NC | Full Brick Home Community Options

North Fort  is a full brick community located in Clayton, NC.

North Fort lots are gently rolling with meadow wooded options, a pond, and much more.

Homes in North Fort are generally priced in the upper $200s to the mid $500s.

Homes in North Fort range from about 2,100 sq ft to about 4,200 sq ft. All new construction must be at least 2,500 sq ft.

Click here to browse lots for sale in North Fort.

 

DISCLAIMER: The above data is furnished for informational purposes only. Neither Stanton Homes Inc nor its agents warranty the completeness or accuracy of this data. Prospective buyers should verify all data that is pertinent to their particular needs, or at least provide for such verification as a condition of their offer to purchase. The information being provided is for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. In addition Stanton Homes makes no claim to ownership of either the information provided or the properties contained therein. Data provided by the Triangle MLS.

 

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