Barrington Village, just 15 minutes from downtown Raleigh should be given a Nobel Prize for neighborhoods in Raleigh. Barrington Village is one of those neighborhoods where everyone wants a house because of the noble act that the developers are doing.
Instead of bringing down the old constructions in this area, the developers of Barrington have pooled in money along with the city of Raleigh and several other organizations to move the old houses on to new sites and on new foundations. And this is not all, these houses get a total makeover and get cool porches, bright and open floor plans and even fully redesigned kitchen.
This great concern that the building team and the developer of Barrington Village have shown has also found a mention in Wall Street Journal’s online edition. After all is it not a beautiful idea to not bring down an entire house to make way for a new one but to just relocate it, refurbish it and give it to someone who cannot afford a costlier abode?
The developer, Builders of Hope does not charge a dime to relocate the house from Barrington Village and you get loads of tax deduction for not bringing down a house and helping to protect the environment by saving wood and thereby saving trees.
This is the developer, Builders Of Hope’s first project and is a beautifully designed community with landscaped gardens, lantern shaped streetlights, paved driveways and an under construction community center.
HOA: Kohn Ell
Rentals: Bev Roberts 919-306-5665
Sales: Michael McLaughlin 919-741-1441