Many homeowners probably have just two cars, but several new home designs being offered in Hendersonville’s Durham Farms neighborhood have three-car garages perfect for anyone who needs a little extra space.
Lennar Homes have recently launched a new phase of construction in Durham Farms, located on Drakes Creek Road. Ten homes have been completed and are available for purchase and quick move-in! Prices of the new series of homes range from the high $300,000s to mid $400,000s, with square footage ranging from 2,308 to 3,081. These homes have three to five bedrooms and up to three and a half bathrooms.
“I meet a lot of folks who think a brand-new home is outside their budget, but once we sit down to help them compare apples to apples, they see that a new Lennar home is a fantastic option!” said Kate McClarnon, New Home Sales Consultant for Lennar Nashville at Durham Farms.
Homes designed for modern living
When complete, Durham Farms will have more than 1,000 homes on 472 acres. Home styles in the community include homes designed for the way families are living today, with open floor plans for entertaining or family togetherness on homesites either 50 or 60 feet wide. “Lennar offers three fully decorated model homes, and can choose from 12 different floor plans,” said Christina James, Lennar Nashville’s Director of Sales.
“I love our Percy plan, one of our new model homes, because it’s perfect for entertaining large groups of people! So many cabinets, and a gigantic island,” said McClarnon. “The Cumberland, one of our other new models, is a fantastic use of approximately 2,300 square feet. With an open concept design and multiple bedrooms on the main level, the upstairs loft is perfect for watching the big game! The Cumberland plan also features a large storage space under the stairs and an unfinished walk-out attic space. Room for everything!”
Farmhouse, the hub of the community
Homes in the new phase of construction are close to The Farmhouse, the community’s amenity center, and gathering space.
“These lucky residents will have adjacent access to the large resort-style swimming pool, state-of-the-art fitness center, Wi-Fi café, grand lawn, children’s play area, and so much more,” said Suzanne Maddalon, Vice President of marketing for Freehold Communities, the neighborhood’s developer.
“The Farmhouse is at the center of the neighborhood so residents can get there with a short walk, or bike ride,” said Lacey Edwards, Community Manager. “The Farmhouse really draws residents out of their homes and allows them to connect with their neighbors over a cup of coffee, side-by-side at a fitness class or just hanging out at the pool!”
The Farmhouse more recently added a new feature – a community library that operates on what Lacey called a “take a book, leave a book” basis. There’s also space offered for fun activities, some of them for serious and professional uses.
“Hendersonville doesn’t have a lot of meeting spaces, and The Farmhouse allows us to reserve the conference room for our STEM group. It gives us the opportunity to come together more frequently and learn in a small group setting,” said Rachel Taylor, a Durham Farms resident. “We moved here from San Francisco, where I didn’t know any of my neighbors. I know every neighbor on my street, now! Durham Farms originally appealed to my family because of the emphasis on community. I wanted my son to grow up in a friendly environment where he felt he was part of the community.”