Luxury Real Estate

Becomes Art

What else should luxury homes be classified as? Just another house…brick and mortar…or by the name that describes the same kind of plan that has been built multiple times—the “Monticello Plan.”

This is a lack of art.

A duplicate of another with a few customization's based on what the buyer prefers.

Art creates something that new to the world, unique, and timeless. This is what the Triangle Luxury Market is missing. True masterpieces where someone says “Oh yeah that’s the Williams Estate over by the lake.” People instantly identify with it when someone speaks about it.

While there are beautiful homes in the Triangle with plenty of features and amenities that very few can turn down there are only a few that can truly be classified as works of art.

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