As the 2023 Parade of Homes begins to wind down, Triangle residents have been discovering the newest trends in homes and interior design. With close to 200 homes to tour ranging from the $300s to over $12 million and throughout across Wake, Durham, Orange, and Chatham Counties, there’s truly something for everyone.
The Parade of Homes runs every weekend through Oct. 13-15 from 12 to 5 p.m. And with a selection of beautiful homes you can tour for free and at your own pace, you may be wondering where to start looking. Put Robuck Homes’ newest community, Kennebec Crossing, high on the list and come see the buzz surrounding this outstanding location. It’s part of the excitement you’ll find at the Triangle Parade of Homes in Angier.
Kennebec Crossing is in a highly desirable location
Kennebec Crossing is located just outside of Angier, which is the fastest-growing town in the Triangle. This town of just under 7,000 people is expected to continue to grow massively as one of the halo communities that’s just 22 miles from Raleigh. Kennebec Crossing is also on the southern edge of Wake County, which is consistently named a top place to live in the United States. Kennebec Crossing is also close to downtown Fuquay-Varina, which is a town of approximately 30,000 people that has so much to enjoy, including craft breweries, historic sites, and annual celebrations entire families will love.
Kennebec Crossing will be home to a curated selection of new floor plans from Robuck Homes, and both single family homes and townhomes will be available. Each home is designed with the most modern features, and buyers have such options as ranch-style or two-story homes, and homes with primary suites located either upstairs or down. Homes are priced from the $400’s and townhomes are priced in the $300’s, which makes them an affordable option for buyers who want space in an enviable location.
Visit the Hampton Modern Farmhouse floor plan
The Hampton Modern Farmhouse is a must-see if you’re exploring the Triangle Parade of Homes in Angier. It’s also a favorite plan from Robuck Homes. Located at homesite 43, the Hampton is Robuck’s model home at Kennebec Crossing.
This two-story home showcases open concept living at its finest. The second floor of the home features a primary suite, two secondary bedrooms, a gracious loft, and laundry room. The main level has a guest suite, mudroom, and pantry. And this model features Robuck’s popular office workspace, or “tech room” for added convenience when working from home. The open kitchen, eat-in area and living room provide excellent space for entertaining.
Fall in love with Angier
If you’re looking for a place to call home while you’re touring homes, Angier should be on your tour list. Angier has a small-town atmosphere, which gives it a comfortable hometown feel. Called the “Town of Crepe Myrtles,” Angier hosts an annual Crepe Myrtle Celebration as well as Bike Fest, which raises money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. The community is also working to preserve its charm through its expansive growth, which is one of the great things about Angier.
Kennebec Crossing itself is located in Wake County, which means you get all of the benefits of being in Wake County, like outstanding public schools, renowned healthcare opportunities, and more. Yet Angier itself is in nearby Harnett County, which is also growing alongside of the Triangle. And Angier is close to everything you need, like the cultural events of the greater Triangle area, and the shopping and dining options of Fuquay Varina.
See all Robuck Homes has to offer during Parade of Homes
Robuck Homes has more than Kennebec Crossing for our tours, so if you’re looking beyond the Triangle Parade of Homes in Angier, we have more for you to enjoy. Plan your route on the Parade website to visit our homes at Baylee Ridge and Seaforth Preserve, too. They offer the modern amenities with the experience of a century-old builder.