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Custom Home Design Trends | Color Accent Walls

Posted by Penny Hull on Mon, Oct 01, 2012 @ 08:10 AM

Custom Home Design Trends

Accent Walls - Adding Color and Texture

Accent walls are adding a huge "wow" factor to custom homes in North Carolina. Successfully adding an accent wall can be tricky business - so read on to learn how to add color and texture to your home without running into design blunders.

Browse the photos of NC custom designs below, and see how homeowners are creating spaces uniquely theirs - with a splash of color and texture. 

 

Custom Home Design Trends | Accent Walls - Adding Color and Texture

 

NC custom home buyers often ask "How can I add an accent wall, without it appearing random or tacky?"

 The key to adding any accent color is to maintain a consistent flow throughout the entire home. 

 Take this custom home for example, a version of the Gershwin built near Raleigh, NC. 

 

 

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The homeowners loved the color blue, and wanted to include it in the family room.

Instead of adding blue to just an accent wall in one room, they created a theme throughout their home with a blue powder room and master bedroom.

 

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 By applying blue to three separate rooms throughout this custom new home, the living room accent was given purpose - and thus a more aesthetically appealing tone.

 

 

 

 

 

Custom Home Design Trends | Accent Walls - Adding Color and Texture

Pictured here is a version of the Worthington, a custom home built in the Triangle area of North Carolina.

In this custom home, an accent wall made of brick was added as a one-of-a-kind designer detail.

Each of the colors tones present in this wall - red, brown, tan, grey - were incorporated into other rooms.

 

 

Custom Home Design Trends | Accent Walls - Adding Color and Texture

 

For example, the great room includes a brown and tan fireplace surround - making a connection to the foyer wall.

 

 

 

 

 

Accent walls can add dimension to your home - but they can also look out of place.

The key to incorporating an accent wall is: find ways to incorporate the same colors, textures, or tones in other rooms throughout the home. Give the wall purpose. And use the wall tell your family and guests where they should be looking!

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Raleigh New Home Design Ideas | Staircases that emphasize overlooks

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, Aug 08, 2012 @ 13:08 PM

Raleigh New Home Design Ideas

Staircases that emphasize overlooks

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

Tucked away, right up-front or seen from all sides – today’s most sought-after staircases emphasize overlooks.  

An open design makes all the difference:

Take a look at these North Carolina custom homes with stairways topped with dramatic appeal, and get ideas for your own overlook

 

 

Consider these aspects, in the photos below:  

 - Great room, foyer, and loft overlooks

 - Stained oak stepsStaircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

 - Wrought-iron balusters

 - Dual staircases

Staircase Design Example 1: Two-Sided Overlook - Foyer Staircase

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

In this version of the Mastrosimone design, the open, airy theme prevailing throughout the home is emphasized by the dramatic overlook that completes this stairway, tucked just inside the foyer.

The two-sided overlook provides a spectacular view when looking up as well as looking down.

 

 

 

Staircase Design Example 2: Dual Staircase with Overlook

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

In this version of the Cove design, the front-and-center staircase splits into a dual staircase at its landing.

The staircase to the right leads to a loft, with yet another incredible overlook that carries throughout the hallway.

The staircase to the left leads to bedrooms, with a more private approach to its design.

Custom newel posts with oak detailing add dimension to wrought-iron balusters and create contrast with a beautiful look-through.

Click here to request a cost estimate and flyer with floor plan for the Cove.

 

 

Staircase Design Example 3: Two-Sided Overlook - Tucked Away Stairs

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

In this version of the Carwile design, the staircase is tucked around a corner out of sight – and a striking two-sided overlook is left in full view to capture all the attention as the final statement for the Great Room.

 

See another home that uses this staircase design example - the Dugan

 

 

Staircase Design Example 4: Staircase with Foyer Overlook

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In this version of the Gershwin design, the staircase is in full view from the foyer, and the overlook is one-sided.

This cost-effective staircase choice makes the most of features chosen to reflect the ambience of the flow-through, including:

 - Stained oak railing and posts

 - Wrought-iron balusters

 - Dramatic view of the two-story barrel vaulted foyer

 

 

 

 

Staircase Design Ideas | Open floor plans with staircase overlooks

To see more examples of custom home floor plans with unique staircase and overlook designs, find Stanton Homes on Pinterest.

Learn staircase design terminology: click here for post-to-post and over-the-post photos and descriptions

More staircase style trends: click here to read about staircase styles from traditional to craftsman.

 

 

 

Contact us about the home you have in mind, and we'll work with you to design and build your Raleigh Custom Home. We can work with you to modify nearly any floorplan to incorporate your favorite staircase design features.

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Home design MORE important than price to new homebuyers

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Jul 24, 2012 @ 05:07 AM

What matters most to new home buyers in the Raleigh, NC area?

Home design rated as MORE important than price (and equal to location)

According to a survey of more than 20,000 home buyers completed by John Burns Real Estate Consulting, design matters more than price when purchasing a home.

Raleigh new home design | Survey of home buyers

2012 is the second consecutive year that home shoppers rated design above price.

Today's homebuyers are more intuitive about look and feel, long-term value and personal space and are turning to custom builders like Stanton Homes to work with them to create an environment with everything just the way they want it.

In fact, the overall appeal of a new home is so important to today’s buyers that respondents even ranked home design above safety and community design, followed by accessibility and prestige.

Here’s what the survey says about the important characteristics in new homes:

Raleigh new home design features | Home Buyer Survey

 

What’s so special about today’s new home designs?

With custom design builders like Stanton Homes, it means creating living space around lifestyles, with special function rooms like huge mudrooms, family centers, and customized island kitchens, and better living flow than can be found in box homes built by the block, or older homes with closed in spaces.

Buyers who decide to build a home increasingly look for a design team that can wrap ideas into a floor plan that’s perfect for the way they live – beautiful, functional and energy saving.

New home tip: When looking at your own new home design, don’t just pick a pretty plan. Talk to the builder, and find out how much he really knows about the kind of home you have in mind. A knowledgeable builder can create your vision with a design that’s all your own – at a lower price than you might imagine.

Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.

Read more about the John Burns survey here.

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Is Vinyl or Fiber Cement better? How to Choose Your New Home Exterior

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, Jul 18, 2012 @ 11:07 AM

Which is a better new home exterior siding type, Vinyl or Fiber Cement?

How to Choose Your New Home Exterior in North Carolina

 

How to Choose a Siding | New Home Exterior Styles

1. Vinyl Exteriors

Vinyl exterior siding is usually composed of PVC (polyvinyl chloride).

Vinyl siding is popular because it is:

 - Cost effective

 - Very low maintenance (never needs repainting and can be easily cleaned if necessary)

 - Available in a wide variety of colors, tones, and thicknesses (with thickness being one factor of overall cost)

- Easily "dressed up" with accents like Shakes and Board/Batt

 

2. Fiber Cement Exteriors

Hardi Exterior

Fiber cement is another popular choice for North Carolina new homes.

Fiber cement siding is sought after because it is:

-designed to mimic the look and feel of wood grain

- stronger than traditional wood siding and able to withstand the elements (weather, heat, termites)

- able to be painted in an infinite array of colors

 

Fiber Cement siding does require much more regular maintenance than vinyl siding, including full repainting.

Fiber cement siding accents can come in many different shapes and styles (such as Board and Batt and Shake).

Some communities with an HOA require fiber cement siding on all new homes, so check with the neighborhood HOA or your builder for specific restrictions.

 

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Outdoor Living Space | NC Custom Home Builder Tips

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, Jul 17, 2012 @ 09:07 AM

Survey - Why Homebuyers Want New Homes with Outdoor Living Areas

Decks, Porches, Fenced Yards, Private Balconies, and More

What is the number one reason why home buyers in North Carolina (and around the country) love new homes with outdoor living spaces?

Most Popular Outdoor Living Uses | New Homes with Outdoor Spaces

According to a survey of new home shoppers by John Burns Real Estate Consulting:

Privacy from neighbors is a key factor when buying a new home.

Over 14,500 consumers were surveyed. 

Outdoor features provide privacy not only from neighbors - but also from roads and community/neighborhood spaces.

 

Why do home buyers want outdoor living space?

Below is a break-down of the most popular uses of outdoor living spaces.  Recreation, entertainment, and cooking spaces are all important to buyers.

Most Popular Outdoor Living Uses | New Homes with Outdoor Spaces

What do we mean by outdoor living spaces?

Some of the most popular types of outdoor amenities include:

 - CourtyardsMost Popular Outdoor Living Uses | New Homes with Outdoor Spaces

 - Covered patios

 - Balconies

 - Decks

 - Fenced-in yards

 

 Read more about the John Burns survey here.

 

 

Check out some favorite outdoor living amenity photos on Pinterest!

Most popular outdoor living features and new home exterior styles:

Here are just a few articles detailing some of the most popular outdoor living features and new home exterior styles - in central North Carolina.

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Contact us at Stanton Homes to learn more about outdoor living amenities in the Raleigh, NC area. We can build virtually any floor plan, from just about any architect or online new home source.

Give us your favorite plan (or ask us for help finding it), and we’ll tell you the bottom line.

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Blue Bathrooms | Most Popular Bathroom Paint Colors

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, Jun 29, 2012 @ 09:06 AM

Why is Blue So Popular in Bathrooms?

A Color Commentary

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the Bathroom

(by Andrea Enns - Interior Designer)

The color blue has long been the most popular “favorite color” for people of both genders all over the world.

Blue is associated with images of freshness (clean water) and goodness (blue skies, blue ocean, delicate Robin’s eggs), which is probably why it is such a commonly used “go to” choice for a bathroom.

 

 

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the Bathroom

 

Furthermore, blue and white as a color combination is as traditional as black and white, and in terms of decorating, the combination of blue and white boasts an even longer history.

Although blue bathrooms hold a steady popularity, they truly do seem to become more popular in certain years than others. 

 

 

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the Bathroom

 

Over the past twenty four months (just as Andrea predicted in her color trends forecast last year) they have regained a stronger following which can likely be attributed to the trying economic times. 

In times of uncertainty it is simply human nature to gravitate towards things that exemplify solidity—the “tried and true”. 

Indeed, you cannot go wrong with blue and white—centuries of cross-cultural use have proven that. 

Or can you? 

What if you never wear blue and generally don’t select it that often? What if it isn’t your favorite color? Should you still paint your bathroom blue?  No!

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the Bathroom

Experts would not recommend it.  

If you never wear it and it isn’t something you generally gravitate towards then do not decide that it would be a good idea to surround yourself with it every morning!  

But what if this is a master bath and your better half just loves blue—do you give in to keep the peace?

No—but you can deftly offer a compromise—even Dr. Phil agrees.  

 

If you are not a big blue fan just think about the spaces around you where you see the most blue. Is it the ocean? If so, then paint your walls the warm sand color and accessorize with blue (and white) towels.  Is your blue fan a bit of a naturalist?  Paint your walls in the soft and comforting shade of a Robin’s nest, use white tiles with Robin’s egg blue thrown in as an accent. The result is very stylish and gender neutral.

 Although we have seen a resurgence of blue, I still maintain that the best choice for a bathroom wall color has to come from the individual who will occupy the space. 

Trained colorists understand the psychological importance of this

If the wall color you see behind you when you look in the mirror is a color that you like to wear and you know you look and feel good in, then it is likely that it will be a color that is complimentary to your skin tone.

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the Bathroom

If you are surrounded by a color that compliments your skin tone then naturally you will feel more positive when you look in the mirror.

When you feel more positive not only will you start each day in a better mood but you will also feel more confident

Something to think about when painting bathrooms for teenagers as well—help them out! 

Be aware that some wall colors and harsh lighting can make skin problems appear even worse. Avoid the combination of overly bright lighting with colors that bring out the appearance of redness in skin such as burgundy or  a cool-toned royal blue.

How to Choose a Dining Room Paint Color

On a final note, since the point I wish to make is about the value in surrounding yourself with wall colors that are complimentary to your skin tone, don’t forget about the dining room

2012 Bathroom Color Trends | Blue in the BathroomBe the “hostess with the mostest” and look fabulous while you welcome guests to your table. Why not?

That’s what the celebrities do and they hire stylists to figure it all out for them. 

You can be your own stylist by paying attention to the pieces of clothing you wear that make you the happiest or win you the most compliments. 

Whichever those garments are—they represent the color you should consider for your dining room

Hate to be that selfish in your family home?  Okay then even things up by asking  yourself: what color does EVERYONE look best in? Paint the family room THAT color and ensure that when you take the family photo at Christmas, everyone will be complimented by the room and you will enjoy your family photos that much more!

- by Andrea Enns, Stanton Homes Exclusive Interior Designer

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Contact Stanton Homes for floor plan ideas, to get a new home cost estimate, or find out more about building a custom home in North Carolina.


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What is a Cape Cod Style House Plan? Cape Cod Homes in Raleigh

Posted by Penny Hull on Fri, May 04, 2012 @ 09:05 AM

What is a Cape Cod Style House Plan?

Cape Cod Homes in Raleigh

The term "Cape Cod" originates from home designs in the city of Cape Cod, Massachusetts - and the modern Cape Cod home pulls elements from traditional colonial New England homes.

What gives a North Carolina home Cape Cod style?

What is a Cape Cod Style House Plan? Cape Cod Homes in Raleigh

A Cape Cod style house plan is defined by:

 - 1.5 stories (with the second story left unfinished in some cases for future expansion)

 - Main floor master bedroom

 - Additional bedrooms located on the second story. Cape Cod homes can have a large number of bedrooms for a given square footage.

 - Dormers

 - Symmetrical, "clean" exterior facade (number and placement of windows on each side of the front door) and little ornamentation

 - Similarly symmetrical interior with a "center hall layout" and rooms to the sides

What is a Cape Cod Style House Plan? Cape Cod Homes in Raleigh

 

 - Exterior made of real (or simulated) wood shingles or clapboard siding

 

 - Traditional Cape Cod homes have a central chimney, steep piched roof, and end gables.

 

 

Ask us about Cape Cod homes in Raleigh, NC.

No two Stanton Homes are alike - and our homebuyers get ideas from dozens of different home styles.

Each custom home is a result of combining our vision and the ideas of our homebuyers with the expertise of our in-house design team. Our in-house design work comes included in our custom home packages, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

 

Design Build Options | Design Builders | Custom Home Modifications

 

 

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Most Popular New Home Exteriors | Exterior Siding Types

Posted by Penny Hull on Wed, May 02, 2012 @ 11:05 AM

Most Popular North Carolina New Home Exteriors

Exterior Siding Types

What are the most popular new home exterior types used in North Carolina?

There are many different types of exterior siding materials available when building a new home in North Carolina.

Below are descriptions of some of the most popular exterior siding types in NC. Each of the custom Stanton Homes pictured below use two or more exterior types to add dimension, emphasis, and detail.

1. Vinyl Exteriors

Top 7 New Home Exterior Types | North Carolina New Home Exteriors

Vinyl siding (composed of PVC or polyvinyl chloride) is a very popular exterior type used in North Carolina.

It can be cost effective, require low maintenance, and come in a variety of shades, tones, and thicknesses.  A high quality vinyl exterior looks great and has one of the lowest maintanence factors of all exterior siding types.

Vinyl is generally installed horizontally, but can also be vertical (such as in Board and Batt designs, described below).

 

2. HardiBoard/Fiber Cement Exteriors

Top 7 New Home Exterior Types | North Carolina New Home Exteriors

HardiBoard or Fiber Cement Siding is another popular choice for North Carolina new homes. Fiber cement looks similar to vinyl, but can generally be more expensive for a few reasons:

 - it has a realistic wood grain look and feel

 - it is installed differently

- it requires full exterior paint, which vinyl siding does not

 

HardiBoard/fiber cement also requires re-painting unlike vinyl. It can come in many different shapes and styles (such as Board and Batt and Shake).

Some communities with an HOA require fiber cement siding on all new homes. Fiber cement siding usually comes with a 50 year warrenty, depending on the manufacturer.

3. Stone Exteriors

Top 7 New Home Exterior Types | North Carolina New Home Exteriors

Stone exteriors can be natural stone or simulated stone, and is generally the most expensive type of home exterior.

Many North Carolina homeowners choose to add stone as an accent, in combination with vinyl, Hardi, or brick exteriors. Stone accents can be:

 - one or more full walls (generally on the front of the home)

 - half walls or water tables along the front and side of a home (generally about 2-4 feet tall spans)

4. Brick Exteriors

Top 7 New Home Exterior Types | North Carolina New Home Exteriors

Brick exteriors (composed of clay bricks) are a classic exterior that remains popular for their durability, strength, and low maintenance.

There are many different shapes, colors, sizes, and styles of brick to choose from.

 A "standard" brick is 2 by 4 by 8 inches.

Other brick options include:

 - "King": thicker, longer bricks
 - "Roman": thinner, longer bricks

Brick exteriors are more costly than vinyl or fiber cement, but less than full stone exteriors.

5. Stucco Exteriors

Stucco (composed of plaster and cement applied over a mesh screen), while very popular in some regions of the nation, is rarely used as a home exterior in North Carolina, due mainly to climate conditions.   It is also one of the most expensive siding options in North Carolina. 

Stucco can be smooth or textured, painted or pigmented.

6. Board and Batt Exteriors (Board and Batten)

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Board and batt exterior can be composed of vinyl or fiber cement. 

A board and batt design alternates wide boards and narrow strips (battens). While board and batt can be horizontal, it is generally used as a vertical design.

Board and batt is generally associated with cottage and barn style homes, but has been increasingly used as an accent on vinyl, Hardi, and stone homes.

 

 

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7. Shake Exteriors

 

Shake exteriors (also composed of various materials including vinyl and Hardi) are traditionally made from split wood, such as cedar.

Shakes are generally placed as an "irregular" pattern to give a rustic or artistic appeal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here are some new home exterior style and outdoor living features you may be interested in:

 

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What is a Bungalow Style Home? Raleigh Bungalow Style Homes

Posted by Penny Hull on Tue, May 01, 2012 @ 13:05 PM

What is a Bungalow?

Bungalow Style Home Features

Bungalow style homes can be defined by many different features depending on their location (West coast, East coast, etc) and construction time period (new construction, or existing home).

Bungalow homes in North Carolina have some similiar features to craftsman style homes.

Here are some of the more common features you will find in a North Carolina new "bungalow" home - see if a bungalow home is right for you!

What is a Bungalow Style Home? Features to Expect in a Bungalow Home

 

 - One or 1.5 stories

 - Roofs with a low-pitch and broad eaves

 - Different types of siding, with brick and vinyl most common in North Carolina

 

 

What is a Bungalow Style Home? Features to Expect in a Bungalow Home

 

 - Front door opens to living room (with small or no foyer)

 - Open concept floor plans with little wasted space (for example, bungalow homes minimize hallway square footage)

 - Fewer formal areas

 - Craftsman aspects such as built-ins (bookshelves, cabinets, desks, etc)

 

What is a Bungalow Style Home? Features to Expect in a Bungalow Home

 

 - Outdoor living space with large front porches, patios, decks, and/or verandas.

 

 

 

 

 

Ask us about bungalow homes in Raleigh, NC.

No two Stanton Homes are alike.

Each is a result of combining our vision and the ideas of our homebuyers with the expertise of our in-house design team. Our in-house design work comes included in our custom home packages, at no extra cost to our homebuyers.

 

Design Build Options | Design Builders | Custom Home Modifications

 

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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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