A new custom home in the heart of downtown Davidson is hard to find these days, but John Marshall Custom Homes has the answer for those who want to live in a location close to everything downtown Davidson has to offer: Davidson College, shops and restaurants in downtown Davidson and exit 30, and numerous retail opportunities in Davidson Commons and Sadler Square.
John Marshall Custom Homes has purchased five lots on Delburg Street, just across from our popular Carnegie Mews “pocket neighborhood.” Now that our pocket neighborhood is sold out, John Marshall Custom Homes is offering these opportunities to live in the heart of downtown Davidson. As of February 2017, four of these lots are already sold, with construction underway on 3 of the homes.
The remaining lot is 225 feet deep, and back into a wooded area owned by Davidson College so it is likely to remain undeveloped. Homes up to 3300 square feet may be built, together with a detached garage (finished space above is an option). NOTE: As of January 22, 2017, this remaining lot is under contract. If you have an interest in living in downtown Davidson, please contact us as there are periodically additional properties that become available.
We are featuring the Holly Plan by The Bungalow Company as an example of a home which could be built on these lots. At 3,166 heated square feet, this home features a master suite on the main level, with 3 bedrooms and a study and second family room on the 2nd floor. The striking craftsman style plan is one of a kind, and sure to become a classic downtown Davidson home. Nicely finished, we estimate this home together with a detached two car garage will sell for around $680,000.
To see additional photos of this beautiful home, click here to go to The Bungalow Company website. Both the Holly and the Manzanita plan are good fits for these lots.
John Marshall Custom Homes has other floor plans available, or you can work with one of our local architects to design the home of your dreams.
To learn more about this rare opportunity, please call Rodney Graham at 704-239-1124.