Traditions at Wake Forest Welcomes 2 New Builders in Bridgewater

(Wake Forest, NC – March 5, 2014) –JPM South Development is pleased to announce Terramor Homes and Elm Street Builders have joined the select builder team with Homes by Dickerson and John Wieland Homes in Bridgewater at Traditions. Homes are priced in the upper $500s to $800+ and are now under construction.

Terramor Homes is a local private homebuilding company, building single family custom homes across the Triangle in Bedford, Heritage Wake Forest, and surrounding areas. Terramor Homes have built an award winning reputation for constructing quality homes. Assured of excellent customer service, homeowners can plan and build a home they envision that suits their family and lifestyle.

Elm Street Builders is locally owned and managed, building in Heritage Wake Forest and Kelly Grove in Apex. With a combined homebuilding experience of over 100 years, homebuyers will receive preimer care and individual attention to their needs. Elm Street Builders provide the utmost in value through quality design and solid construction.

Bridgewater at Traditions is nestled along the beautiful Wake Forest Reservoir. Consisting of seventy, one-half acre custom estate homesites, Bridgewater offers premiere privacy and luxury living with some picturesque water views. With four award winning custom home builders to choose from, the new home opportunities are endless.
“We are excited for these new homebuilders to join Traditions at Wake Forest,” shares John Myers, President, JPM South Development. “They have built homes in this area and have proven demonstrated their commitment to excellence and by providing today’s homebuyer with outstanding luxury in each home they build.”
Located near the historic downtown district of Wake Forest, Traditions at Wake Forest offers a getaway in your own backyard. Adjacent to the Wake Forest Reservoir, great for fishing and kayaking, there is 100+ acres of natural preservation. There are miles of paved paths and natural trails, pocket parks and open spaces. The Club is the gathering place for homeowners featuring a zero entry resort-style pool with cabanas, a wet deck, and kid’s splash zone. In addition, there is a pavilion amphitheater with fire pit, playground, and sand volleyball court. The community is just north of Raleigh, close to US 1, US 401, I-540, and is surrounded by a plethora of shops, dining, grocery stores, and so much more.
Directions: From I-540 take US Rt 1 (Capital Blvd) North for 6 miles. Take NC 98 bypass (exit 124) east for 2.7 miles. Just past the Gateway Commons/Lowes Foods Shopping center, turn left at the light onto Traditions Grande Blvd/Jones Dairy Road. Turn left on Lemongrass. 233 Springtime Fields Lane.

Information Center hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am–6pm, Sunday and Monday 1-6pm. For additional information log onto www.TraditionsNC.com or call 919-569-5375.
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About Traditions at Wake Forest:

Traditions is developed/owned by Wheelock Communities, a national residential land development corporation with holdings comprised of approximately 22,000 homesites in five states. Traditions is managed by JPM South Development, a firm with extensive local experience that includes Bedford at Falls River, Wakefield Plantation, and Inside Wade.

For more information on Traditions at Wake Forest, contact Coldwell Banker Howard Perry & Walston Builder Services at 919-569-5375, visit TraditionsNC.com or come by the Information Center at 233 Springtime Fields Lane, Wake Forest, NC.