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Chatham Park Builders Win Gold and Silver at 2021 Parade of Homes Gala

And the winners are (drumroll please)…David Weekley and Garman Homes! Chatham Park is proud to announce that both of our Parade Home builders were recognized at the 2021 Parade of Homes Gala hosted by The Home Builders Association of Durham, Orange, & Chatham Counties. David Weekley Homes brought home Gold in its category for the Careywood model and Garman Homes was awarded Silver in another category for its No Little Plans design. Both homes are located in Vineyards at Chatham Park. David Weekley showcased the Careywood, a beautifully decorated model home featuring 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms over 2,300+ square feet. Enjoy a wonderfully open and airy first-floor living space and impeccable trim details throughout the home.  The Barnaby, part of Nonfiction by Garman Homes’ Quotables Collection, is the 2021 America at Home Study Concept Home. This innovative floor plan boasts over 2,600 square feet with 4-bedrooms and 3.5-bathrooms and even has a secret room (we just can’t tell you where!).

In addition to the awards, Chatham Park experienced three successful Parade weekends due to beautiful weather, well-executed events, and a steady stream of visitors to the community. During our public event, visitors were able to enjoy food trucks, a caricature artist and participate in a fun scavenger hunt that led them to different locations including the two parade homes, Knight Farm Community Park, information tables for Thales Academy, Tri Pointe Homes and Homes By Dickerson, and the new information center at MOSAIC. Participants turned in their registration cards at the MOSAIC Comes Alive event to receive a Chatham Park goodie bag. Registrants were also added to the grand prize drawings. 

As supporters of the popular home tour, we recognize the opportunity to highlight not just our homes but our community as a whole. From our convenient location and stunning views to our myriad of amenities and retail spaces, we know you are going to love what Chatham Park has to offer.  

Over the three Parade weekends, more than 660 people (including 230 Realtors) toured the Vineyards and MOSAIC Information Center to learn about our community, amenities, and custom homes nearing completion. We are pleased to announce that the festivities resulted in five homes sold by David Weekley, two homes sold by Garman Homes, and a custom home sale for Walker Design Build. 

Ask us about upcoming events at both Vineyards and MOSAIC and we look forward to seeing you in our award-winning, technology-centric, master-planned community!

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Experience Autumn in Chatham Park

Between cozy sweaters, beautiful foliage, hearty recipes, and fun family traditions, the fall season is a favorite amongst many so at Chatham Park, we ensure our residents are surrounded with opportunities to enjoy the autumn season.  Here are a few of our favorite fall-themed activities taking place in and nearby our 7,068-acre master-planned community located just outside of Raleigh in Pittsboro, North Carolina:

Phillips Farm of Chatham
Nothing says the beginning of fall like pumpkins! Whether you want to carve, decorate with, or eat them, pumpkins are the perfect way to start the season. Support local by visiting Phillips Farm of Chatham – open every day from now through Halloween – and picking your perfect gourd! (Keep this venue in mind for your Christmas tree needs as they start selling their beautiful Fraser Firs the weekend after Thanksgiving.)

Huckleberry Trail Farm
Reminisce on those childhood memories of hayrides and corn mazes when you discover
the Huckleberry Trail Farm Festival. This year’s festival will last through the month of October and marks the 10-year anniversary of Huckleberry Trail Farm in Siler City. With our cotton patch, Field of Dreams, and special scavenger hunt – scheduled for Education Day on October 29th– you are sure to find something to entertain the different generations of your family. Admissions tickets are available for purchase online, and the festival is open on the weekends (Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.). 

For Garden’s Sake
Plant lovers can unwind at For Garden’s Sake (FGS) and take advantage of seasonal workshops including Fall Floral Arrangements, Preparing Your Houseplants for Winter, and How to Create “Spooky” Floral Arrangements. This nursery and landscaper offers an array of workshops, classes, and live music sessions at their gorgeous venue off Hwy 751. FGS has goats, a fall-decorated vintage truck (great for photo-ops!), and Potting Shed for refreshments (including mimosas!). Check out the Pittsboro-Siler City Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Event Page for details on dates and times. 

Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge
On Saturday, October 30th, explore the Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge in Pittsboro during its Halloween-themed tour from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. Feel free to come in costume! Meet rescued farm animals and enjoy vegan candy, enchanting stories, and pumpkin carving.

Pittsboro Fall Street Fair
Another fantastic fall event on October 30th is the Pittsboro Street Fair. This annual festival will showcase local creativity with over 140 booths ranging from food vendors, performers, and musicians to craft merchants and handmade goods. This year’s activities will also include fun children’s entertainment and games to join. From 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., along the downtown streets of Salisbury, Hanks, and Fayetteville Streets, this free event will be a spectacular outing to peruse the traditional and locally crafted southern home wares of Chatham County on your search for holiday gifts. 

Trunk or Treat Fall Festival
Looking for a little Halloween fun? Join Chatham County Parks and Recreation on Saturday, October 30th from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. for a FREE outdoor event at Northeast District Park. Activities will include pumpkin carving and painting, games, crafts, and a photo booth. 

Shop Pittsboro
The quaint town of Pittsboro offers a variety of storefronts where you can enjoy a fall afternoon. Complete a fall-themed craft at The Creative Goat, browse French Connections for unique gifts and home decor, and then grab a coffee or delicious pumpkin spice muffin at Aromatic Roasters. Don’t forget about First Sunday where you can meet with artisans and local businesses. During the First Sunday event on November 7th, Chatham Park and MOSAIC are proud to sponsor the Chatham Art Council’s Chatham Experience. This event will showcase art from 15 local artists who were awarded the JumpstART grant. Their work will be on display in both the Welcome Center and participating surrounding businesses. Pittsboro First Sunday is a family-friendly event with food trucks and live music. 

MOSAIC at Chatham Park
Experience the beginning of MOSAIC at Chatham Park. This 44-acre live-work-play-learn mixed-use development – located within Chatham Park along Highway 15-501 – will provide upscale opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment as well as space for businesses. Mark your calendar for Saturday, November 13th, when MOSAIC will host the rescheduled last day of the MOSAIC Comes Alive series. Guests will enjoy an array of locally produced handicrafts and goods including delectable eats and drinks, and live music from renowned Counterclockwise String Band!

We love that these adventures are just a stone’s throw from Chatham Park but remember that you do not have to leave the community to enjoy the sights and sounds of fall. Watch the changing foliage on our beautiful nature trails, picnic at the Knight Farm Community Park, tour our stunning model homes in Vineyards at Chatham Park, and enjoy autumn in this live, work, play, learn community.

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Chatham Park Prepares a Full Schedule of Events for the 2021 Parade of Homes

Parade of Homes is a time to shine, and Chatham Park has already gotten out the polish – just look at the beautiful landscaping and lush flora along Vine Parkway! And that is just the beginning. We could not be more excited about this long-standing tradition in the Triangle and look forward to seeing you at the many fun events we have planned. As supporters of the popular home tour, we recognize the opportunity to highlight not just our homes but our community as a whole. From our convenient location and stunning views to our myriad of amenities and retail spaces, we know you are going to love what Chatham Park has to offer.

This year’s Parade of Homes will take place at Vineyards at Chatham Park October 2-3, 8-10, and 15-17 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. each day. With two homes available to tour, we are looking forward to welcoming prospective homeowners and interested passersby to our award-winning, technology-centric, master-planned community. 

View both of the 2021 Chatham Park Parade of Homes Entries: 

  • The Barnaby, part of Nonfiction by Garman Homes’ Quotables Collection, is located at 28 Edgefield Street in Pittsboro. This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom design boasts over 2600 square feet and is the 2021 America at Home Study Concept Home. 
  • David Weekley will showcase the beautiful Careywood floor plan which can be found at 23 Plenty Court in Pittsboro. This decorated model home features 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms over its 2300+ square feet. 

You can also visit the Vineyards Information Center to learn about our custom homes nearing completion in the community.

In addition to the home tours, we have a full schedule of events to celebrate Parade of Homes at both Vineyards and MOSAIC including live music, food trucks, makers markets, and more. 

Through these events we will make sure to share updates on the latest and greatest in Chatham Park including new builders and product choices, new amenities, and new retail spaces. Information will be available from two of our newest builders Tri Pointe Homes and Homes By Dickerson at the Explore Chatham Park event at Vineyards on October 2nd. We will also host several grand openings at Chatham Park during the weeks of Parade of Homes including the Chatham Park Information Center at MOSAIC and new model homes in Vineyards by David Weekley Homes and Garman Homes. David Weekley will celebrate their Parade Home and Garman will introduce their “How Wonderful” plan. 

Be sure to mark your calendars for the first three weekends of October and join us in Chatham Park for what is sure to be one of the best Parade tours to date!