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Coldwell Banker selling custom homes in Chatham Park
November 23, 2020

Teaming Up for Cottage and Custom Home Sales

One of the Triangle’s most respected real estate marketing experts, Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston New Homes & Land, has joined Preston Development Company to handle onsite sales for the award-winning homes in Chatham Park.

Some of the first homes that Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston New Homes & Land will help sell are located in Vineyards, the first residential Chatham Park Community. This area will offer approximately 550 single-family detached homes and townhomes for sale. Among these first offerings will be 28 traditional, custom single-family home sites with prices starting in the mid $600s along with 30 cottages (850-1,250 square feet) starting from mid $200s. This enclave of homes comprises the heart of Chatham Park and was selected for its lifestyle assets and walkability to Downtown Pittsboro. 

“We have a 25 year working relationship with Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston New Homes & Land. They have successfully helped us sell residential real estate in many of our communities throughout the Triangle metro area,” says Bubba Rawl, Partner in Preston Development Company, the development company spearheading Chatham Park. “We are thrilled that they will be leading the sales effort for our first Chatham Park homes and look forward to continued growth and success.”

Preston Development Company is one of the premier property development teams in the nation, known for planning and executing projects of the utmost quality, especially with high-end residential communities. Combining their development expertise with the sales and marketing savvy of Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston New Homes & Land will generate excitement and strong sales around Chatham Park cottages, townhomes and custom homes. 

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