Hi, welcome!

Dear future homeowner,

Whether you’re in the market for your first home or contemplating your third, you’re likely really excited and a little stressed.

There’s a good chance you’ve swapped sushi for ramen, given up countless coffee shop lattes, and perhaps even forfeited a vacation in preparation for this monumental purchase.  Buying a home is a big deal and one of the most expensive investments you’ll ever make.

No pressure, right?

Trust us when we tell you that building a new home is worth it. In a word: peace of mind. Sure, we’re a little biased but that’s because the five of us have been building homes for a combined 75 years. Aside from being able to guarantee the best quality home for the best value, we also love building homes.

We do everything we can to make building a new home a rewarding experience. We do this by being transparent, communicative and honest from the get-go. We sit down and go over every detail side by side with our buyers before anyone signs anything. You get our cell phone numbers and we’re always reachable. We’ll explain each step of the building process and we invite you to visit your site as often as possible. We’re a golden rule company and we mean it.

We build houses like we’re building them for ourselves—and we hope we can build one for you, too.





We craft beautiful homes with character and style at an affordable price.

We’re not about the cookie cutter life. Our floor plans borrow details from periods past—like craftsman-style covered porches—and blend them with modern sensibilities for homes that are stylish, functional and full of character.

We believe that a well-built home should fit your budget and your lifestyle. While your home is one of the most expensive investments you’ll ever make it shouldn’t feel like it’s costing you. We combine quality craftsmanship with quality materials to produce homes that stand the test of time while remaining affordable.


As a local company, we feel it’s important to always give back to the Raleigh community. That’s why a portion of each home sale will be donated to different local charitable organizations.