Alamance County

Triad New Home Guide - Spring 2014

The Heart of the Piedmont

Location. Location. Location!!! Real estate’s old mantra is especially true in the Burlington-Alamance County area, one of the most attractive in the state.

“Nestled in the heart of the Piedmont along the Carolina Corridor, Alamance County offers a quality of life unsurpassed with the mountains and the sea just a short drive away,” says Sandy Ellington-Graves, president of the Burlington-Alamance County Association of REALTORS. “Wonderfully situated between two metropolitan markets, the Triangle to the east and the Triad to the west, we are known for our low property taxes, unique amenities and small town charm with big city conveniences”.

Alamance County is home to some 20 towns and communities including Altamahaw, Bellemont, Burlington, Eli Whitney, Elon, Gibsonville, Glencoe, Glen Raven, Graham, Green Level, Haw River, Mebane, Ossipee, Pleasant Grove, Saxapahaw, Snow Camp, Swepsonville, Union Ridge, the Village of Alamance, and Woodlawn.

If art and history are your ticket, Burlington has theatres, historical sites, and an outdoor theater which presents historical dramas throughout the summer. Looking for a great place to shop? There’s a score of shopping malls while the Tanger Outlet draws dedicated shoppers from all over the state. Golfers have little difficulty getting a tee time at its many golf courses while sports buffs enjoy canoeing and kayaking on the lake and rivers that crisscross the virgin land. 

If you are using this magazine, it probably means you are in the market to buy a new home. You have come to the right place. The Triad New Home Guide, which has served Alamance builders and realtors for 30 years, is the only complete guide to every new home community in the area.

You have also come at the right time. As Chris Faircloth, President of the Multiple Listing Service, says, “We have a really great inventory of new homes in all price ranges. It’s an especially good time to buy with interest rates continuing to be low and the variety of new homes that are available in all price categories.”

The Triad New Home Guide is the ultimate consumer tool to find your home because every new home community is listed along with every builder and developer in the area. Homebuyers find new communities they didn’t know existed, rising in meadlowlands and wooded areas, often by lakes and rivers. But it is all just minutes from super-highways which transport one in minutes to commercial and entertainment centers in both the Triad and Triangle.

Buying a home is probably the largest investment you will make in a lifetime. Don’t make a decision without seeing all of the extraordinary choices Alamance builders and developers offer in Alamance County.