Metal siding on Ehrlich House (Chapel Hill, NC)
Back at Beech Hill, we're developing a solar lit trail system weaving through the 14 acre hilly, wooded property to connect dwellings and create some unique outdoor spaces along the trail.
We've kept one sign at lot 17 where we're building a Greenbelt house. The topographical survey for riverfront lot 17 has been completed, the house orientation determined for passive solar gain, and the approximate footprint marked on the lot. More coming soon on this project.
The rest of these signs (and more) may also end up at Henley North in 2008 on the Chapel Hill/Pittsboro line in northern Chatham county. More on that soon.
We're excited to announce a new upcoming community in the town of Chapel Hill located less than two miles from UNC campus! This small community consists of four one acre wooded home sites located atop a hill with great views. The site is adjacent to a beautiful creek and 30+ acres of preserved land that includes an open meadow great for walking your dog, jogging, or biking. This is a rare site and is going to be an amazing place to live for those looking for the benefits of living very close to Chapel Hill!
We're in the process of finalizing a detailed site plan including the landscaping plan and the home designs we'll be building on the property. The land cost is quite high since land like this in Chapel Hill (or any land in Chapel Hill actually) is very hard to find. However, four homebuyers will thoroughly enjoy living here. We envision modernist homes with amazing views, clean lines, thoughtful landscaping and gardens, and a warm response to this sensitive and beautiful site.
Although I don't have all the details yet, if you think you may be interested in purchasing a site in this community feel free to give me a call directly at 919-225-6344 or email me at email@example.com. More info and images coming soon as available.
Last week we set the modules of Wieler House #4 on the foundation - a custom modern modular home located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
We had to delay the set for a day due to rain, but as you'll see in the photos, the next day was absolutely beautiful.
And, our future construction manager was on the scene with me to ensure everything went smoothly...
We went from building permit to finished foundation, framed garage (which one modules sits on), steel installed, and ready for modules in 10 days! Big congrats for Kevin, Les, Drew, Andrew, and Sam.
Clean interior finish - flooring will be completed on site. Actually, on this home, there is quite a lot more site finishing than our standard home - this is because there are a lot of different interior and exterior materials used on this project that can't be completed in the factory and/or handle the vibrations of transportation, or movement of the set. That being said, in our standard homes the majority of the fit and finish is completed in the factory and shipped to the site.
While the first Greenbelt to be constructed in the Hamptons - the Sag Harbor Greenbelt - is getting closer to completion, we're working with a client to build another Greenbelt in the area.
The site is located in Montauk, New York on a hilly, wooded site that's very close to the ocean. The clients are great people and currently live in a 1950s Leisurama house on the property (as a second home). We're planning to keep their Leisurama intact and add the Greenbelt house onto it. We're excited about the combined history of the Leisurama and Greenbelt homes and plan to expand upon this later, integrating a little Montauk history... photos coming soon.