25 DEEP CREEK IN CHAPEL RIDGE

Would you like to build your dream home on a dream lot? This is the site of our next home, 25 Deep Creek. Located in the golf course community of Chapel Ridge just outside of Pittsboro, you'll be close to the "next RTP" now under development in neighboring Chatham County, just minutes from Raleigh.

For more information on this home, please contact our Chapel Ridge realtor Randy Cox at (919) 259-9759.

Target completion date is July 2021.

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Here is the house we are building at 25 Deep Creek. With 3750 sq ft, it features four bedrooms and four baths, a Master Suite on the first floor and a bonus room on the second floor. Also included is a first floor study that can double as an inlaws suite or guest suite with its own full bathroom.

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FLOOR PLANS FOR 25 DEEP CREEK

Please Note:  All Glen Arbor Homes house plans are copyrighted.

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FIRST FLOOR

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SECOND FLOOR

 

AN INSIDE LOOK AT 25 DEEP CREEK

To get an idea what the inside of 25 Deep Creek will look like, start by checking out our video at the top of the Gallery section.  This will give you an overall idea of the look and feel of all of our houses. To see the specific design choices planned for this house, see the selections below. Selections are current as of May 2021 but are subject to change.


Exterior colors will be Cornwall Slate (grayish green) with white trim, and Buckingham limestone, pictured below. Front entry features a double arched front door.

Interior colors will be Repose Gray with accents in Dorian Gray. Cabinets will be white shaker with a gray kitchen island and gray cabinets in the upstairs bathrooms and bonus room.  Countertops will be gray and white marble, concrete gray quartz and zen white quartz.

The master bath will have white statuary tile in the shower and on the floors. The other first floor bath will have light green subway tile in the shower, with 2" marble hexagon tile used as an accent in the soap niche and on the shower floor.

Light fixtures will be similar to those shown here.

Note: Photos are representative.