H&H Homes is one of the major new home builders in the United States, with new home communities in South and North Carolina. Prices, conditions, promotions, features, options, amenities, floor plans, elevations, designs, materials, square footages, association fees, and descriptions may change at any time without notice. The specified community upgrades and recreational features and amenities are based on current development plans that are subject to change and are not required to be completed.
They are conveniently located in Willow Springs, North Carolina, right off I-40, with easy access to downtown Raleigh, the broader Raleigh area, and 440/540 for a quick commute! On 29 available homesites, H&H Homes offers six different 2-story Single Family home plans. Each home plan will include 3-5 bedrooms, 2.5-3.5 bathrooms, and be between 2200 and 3500 square feet in size. These homes and their location are ideal for families and anyone searching for additional space and space to stretch out. Close to Clayton, Fuquay-Varina, and Smithfield’s downtown areas, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining, and leisure activities, including parks and the arts!
If your idea of a “city” is loud, hectic, and congested, Raleigh will astound you simply by existing. In addition to a flourishing economy, Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill has some fantastic new real estate.
Raleigh, though, isn’t all beautiful greenery and botanical gardens. This is a modern metropolis. The existence of distinct districts enhances Raleigh’s sense of diversity. The Warehouse District, for example, is home to the Contemporary Art Museum but also appears to be an up-and-coming nightlife attraction, as you will soon learn. The Moore Square District is often bustling, with families visiting the Marbles Children’s Museum, ArtSpace, or the City Market, a shopper’s paradise. Raleigh’s pedestrian heart is the Fayetteville Street District. The Capital District is perhaps the most significant of all. After all, Raleigh is the state capital, and it’s here that all the politicking takes place. The best thing about Raleigh’s streets is that they are always alive with the sound of music. Raleigh bills itself as North Carolina’s Live Music Capital, so go ahead and see if you can’t discover performers busking on the street before too long.
Several museums, including the NC Museum of History and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, are also must-sees. They are entirely free to visit for the budget-conscious among you (which, to be honest, is practically everyone these days). Visiting the State Farmer’s Market, which brings the most outstanding farmers from all over the state, provides you a unique opportunity to purchase locally, anywhere in North Carolina, may be costly to your wallet, but it’s just as much pleasure.
If you’d rather have someone else prepare your meals for you, bear in mind that Southern Living ranked Raleigh as one of the Top 10 Tastiest Towns in the South. Residents’ dining experience is rounded up with excellent beer pubs and breweries. Another “culinary experience” you won’t want to miss is the North Carolina State Fair, especially if you enjoy fried foods. Thankfully, this famous Southern fair only happens once a year so that you can get your fried Oreo fixed.
While the Research Triangle’s internationally known tech companies are the region’s lifeblood, making it the Carolinas’ fastest-growing region, businesses should also take note of the Raleigh Convention Center, one of the area’s most prominent most successful attractions. Residents who appreciate seeing their favorite artists and entertainers perform should keep an eye on the Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts calendar.