When was the last time you heard a brand-new home described as fresh? Vibrant? Unique? Or, dare we say, smart? At Wendell Falls, our seven homebuilders bring these words to life in their refreshing designs. So you can find a home that suits you perfectly. Classic details like open front porches and tree-lined streets exude charm. And anything-but-beige exteriors convey your anything-but-beige personality. Inside is no different. Spacious interiors mean greater game days and more festive family dinners.
Of course, beauty is nothing without brains. That’s why all homes in Wendell Falls will be built to ecoSelect standards—to maximize your energy, water efficiency and savings.
Different, yes. And we wouldn’t have it any other way.
Capitol City Homes
From the low $300,000s
Lots of options. Tons of style. With brushed nickel finishes, stainless steel appliances and granite countertops.
Dan Ryan Builders
From the mid $200,000s
Convenience, by the numbers: attached 2-story townhomes, with 3 beds, 2.5 baths and a 1-car garage.
Encore by David Weekley Homes
From the high $300,000s
Award-winning homes with main-story living, featuring open floorplans and low-maintenance lawn and landscaping.
Fresh Paint by Garman Homes
From the high $200,000s
Stand out from the crowd with these delightful, single-family dwellings full of flair, detail and color—for design-savvy homebuyers who don’t do boring.
Homes By Dickerson
From the $400,000s
Custom homes that you can fit within your budget and your lifestyle! Quality features, high-performance building, and so much more! Plus an award-winning model and on-site design center.
Nonfiction by Garman Homes
From the mid $300,000s
The ultimate in personalized style—and flexibility. Customize your home with design details that are a reflection of you.
From the mid $300,000s
Floorplans and features for the way you live, including ranch plans, open kitchens, custom built-ins, and main floor living. All with the highest level of quality and finish.
Every home in Wendell Falls is built to ecoSelect standards, resulting in increased energy efficiency, reduced water usage and better air quality through features like high-efficiency HVAC, programmable thermostats, energy-efficient lighting and more. What’s an example of “more,” you ask? The Homes by Dickerson model includes solar panels on the roof—making it one of the first solar-powered model homes in the state.