Ivey Grove Chapel Hill New Home Community
We've discovered another great Triangle area community you might enjoy. Looking to build a custom home in Chapel Hill, NC? Check out these available lots in Ivey Grove, courtesy of Allen Tate Co. Inc.
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Ivey Grove offers custom homes on beautiful rolling or wooded acreage lots. These gorgeous 3+ acre lots are just six miles from downtown Chapel Hill shopping, dining, and recreation.
Ivey Grove is a five lot custom home subdivision.
Ivey Grove lots are generally available from $70,000 to $100,000.
You can bring your own builder to Ivey Grove.
Ivey Grove lots are 3+ acres.
Horses are allowed in the Ivey Grove subdivision.
Well and septic are required for Ivey Grove lots.
Building a new custom home in Ivey Grove, or on any lot, doesn't have to be complicated or expensive, and there are thousands of plans and options available to make your new home exactly what you want. Talk with custom home experts at Stanton Homes to discuss options for building your new home in Chapel Hill, NC.
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