New Construction Homes & Home Plans in Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point, NC

The Greensboro, Winston-Salem, and High Point area is famous for its illustrious history, rich culture, and educational excellence. Commonly referred to as the Piedmont Triad, this area has a booming economy that attracts hundreds of people. All three cities have charm and an inviting communities. The entertainment fill the local’s itineraries with fun things to do and exciting places to visit.

The Piedmont Triad region has a very diverse economy, with companies in the manufacturing, technology, biotechnology, and retail industries. This region is famous for its tobacco, furniture, and textile manufacturing companies. These industries include Hanes, International Textile Group, Lexington, and Thomasville. The Piedmont Triad Research Park, known as the Wake Forest Innovation Quarter, supports the development of life sciences and information technology research. These industries generate millions per year to the Triad economy and employ locals.

There is so much to do in the Piedmont Triad, locals never get bored during weekends or holidays. Science buffs can learn a thing or two at the Greensboro Science Center, while those who would like a glimpse of this city’s past can visit the International Civil Rights Center and Museum. The Greensboro Children’s Museum is the ideal place to take your kids or grand kids. Locals who crave some artistic awakening go to the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Residents can hang at Gibb’s Hundred Brewing Co. For antique treasures, visit the Antique Market Place. Locals who thrills can get these at Skywild and Safari Nation.

Search through New Home Source for the home of your dreams in The Piedmont Triad area. Whether you have a modest budget in the mid $100s, or you are willing to spend a bit more, up to the upper $400s, you can find a home, ranging from a modular home to a luxury home, in this region. There are plenty of options of townhouses, single family units and condos in this area. You can get a home that is as big as 4630 square feet in these cities. NewHomeSource has resources and listings that simplify the home search process, making it easier and hassle-free.

 

 


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    The Brooklyn (112 Hege Road)

    The Brooklyn - Sedona: Lexington, North Carolina - Sagamore Homes

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    from $274,990

    Sedona

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,569 sq. ft.

    Lexington, NC 27295

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    Clayton (218 Crane Creek Way)

    Clayton - The Vineyards at Lexington: Lexington, North Carolina - Eastwood Homes

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    The Vineyards at Lexington

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,334 sq. ft.

    Lexington, NC 27295

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    Arlington - Kinderton Village: Bermuda Run, North Carolina - Eastwood Homes

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    Kinderton Village

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    Bermuda Run, NC 27006

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    Cambridge (802 Sugarberry Lane)

    Cambridge - Summerhill Terraces: Greensboro, North Carolina - Shea Homes - Family

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    Summerhill Terraces

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
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    • 2,773 sq. ft.

    Greensboro, NC 27455

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    Avery (409 Dorchester Street)

    Avery - Rocklyn: Clemmons, North Carolina - Sagamore Homes

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    Rocklyn

    • 4 Br
    • 3 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,956 sq. ft.

    Clemmons, NC 27012

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    Harper (159 Dorchester Street)

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    Rocklyn

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,237 sq. ft.

    Clemmons, NC 27012

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    Harper (112 Hege Road)

    Harper - Sedona: Lexington, North Carolina - Sagamore Homes

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    Sedona

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
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    • 2,237 sq. ft.

    Lexington, NC 27295

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    The Brooklyn (203 Phoenix Court)

    The Brooklyn - Sedona: Lexington, North Carolina - Sagamore Homes

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    Sedona

    • 4 Br
    • 3.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,569 sq. ft.

    Lexington, NC 27295

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    Drayton (1045 Cardross St.)

    Drayton - Mackintosh on the Lake–Single Family: Burlington, North Carolina - Dan Ryan Builders

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    Mackintosh on the Lake–Single Family

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,757 sq. ft.

    Burlington, NC 27215

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    Dillon (218 Crane Creek Way)

    Dillon - The Vineyards at Lexington: Lexington, North Carolina - Eastwood Homes

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    from $205,689

    The Vineyards at Lexington

    • 3 Br
    • 2.5 Ba
    • 2 Gr
    • 2,313 sq. ft.

    Lexington, NC 27295

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    Top New Home Cities in Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High Point

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    Burlington 53 $107,384
    Greensboro 51 $212,505
    Lexington 42 $129,625
    Asheboro 27 $73,903
    Mount Airy 25 $90,478
    Winston Salem 22 $93,839
    Eden 21 $83,380
    Clemmons 18 $278,353
    Reidsville 18 $73,675
    Bermuda Run 9 $265,490
    Whitsett 6 $254,390
    Mc Leansville 6 $218,990

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