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North Carolina has become one of the most popular states for relocation. And the most popular areas to move to in North Carolina are Charlotte and Raleigh. Many people move to Charlotte because of the large banking sector, NASCAR industry, and Lowe’s corporate headquarters. Other draws to the Charlotte area are Lake Norman, a plethora of restaurants, and a vibe of old south meets northeast. Nobody could have predicted it, but somehow, this clash of personalities works. People move to Raleigh because of its large research industry, affordability, moderate weather, convenience, numerous parks, and free shows that take place outdoors in the summer time. Of course, affordability is the primary reason. You can find all types of homes in Raleigh, from ones that are over a century old and used to be set on hundreds of acres of farm property to homes that are right now in the process of being built. Since Raleigh is a better location than Charlotte in terms of accessibility to major highways, weather, and affordability, we will focus on Raleigh new homes opposed to Charlotte new homes. By new, we’re talking about in the process of being built or ready to being construction. The homes selected below are all set in Woods Bluff at Eagles Ridge. The reason for this selection is because all these homes are in the highly rated Wake County School District. And if you happen to be a golfer, you will be happy to know that there is a semi-private golf course in this community that was designed by Tom Kite – a former US Open champion. All homes in Woods Bluff at Eagles Ridge range from $209,000 to $228,900.

The following are the types of homes that have been built or are being built in Woods Bluff at Eagles Ridge. They include Pennwood, Riverton, Park Hollow, Yorkridge, Sullivan, and Chase II. These are some of the best new homes in Raleigh in regards to value – by a landslide.

Let’s take a look at the Pennwood first. This home has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a 2 car garage, and is 2,500 square feet. It has an open kitchen and family room and the master suite has an oversized walk-in closet, which makes it perfect for anyone who plans on landing a new job in the area and will need a new work wardrobe. Optional features for this new Raleigh home include a morning room, kitchen island, fireplace, dining room bay window, tray ceiling, and luxury bath. Prices for the Pennwood begin at $209,000.

The Riverton has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a 2 car garage, and is 3,076 square feet. This home comes with a loft or a 5th bedroom. That will be up to you. Optional features for this new Raleigh home include a 3 car garage, a tray ceiling in the master suite, and bay windows. Prices for the Riverton begin at $219,000.

The Park Hollow has been the most popular model of all the new Raleigh homes listed above. This home has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a 2 car garage, and 2,806 square feet. It also has a loft and a large family room that opens into the kitchen and library. Optional features for this new Raleigh home are the same as Pennwood. Prices for the Park Hollow begin at $216,900.

The Yorkridge is the most expensive of all the new Raleigh homes listed above. It has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a 2 car garage, and 3,376 square feet. Aside from more space, there are other reasons the Yorkridge is priced the highest. There are columns in the living and dining rooms, two pantries in the kitchen, and there is a den that can be used as an office or 5th bedroom (the den is adjacent to the large family room). The master suite has several optional features, including a sitting room, tray ceiling, and luxury bathroom design. The only other option on this new Raleigh home is a kitchen island. Prices for the Yorkridge begin at $228,900.

The Sullivan is the smallest of all the new Raleigh homes listed above, but it’s not the cheapest. It has 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, a 2 car garage, and 2,310 square feet. This is a ranch style home with a very open floor plan, which is great for keeping close families together. Optional features include a wet bar, fireplace, and sunroom. Prices for the Sullivan begin at $214,900.

Last but not least is the Chase II. The Chase II has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and 2,613 square feet. The master suite is on the main level and a bonus room is directly above the garage. Other neat features include a sunroom, basement, game room, loft, and great room. Prices for the Chase II begin at $219,900.

For information on any of these new Raleigh homes, call 919-232-5163.

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