The First of Many: Johnston County, Parade of Homes Award
We already knew that the development Sherrill Place in Garner was a true gem, but J. Fuller Homes’ recent recognition in the Johnston County Parade of Homes let the rest of the Triangle region in on the secret.
J. Fuller Homes has 15 premium home sites in Sherrill Place, with ½- to 1-acre lots. New homeowners can select from move-in ready homes or decide to custom-build their home on the lot of their choice. Sherrill Place is located off Cleveland Road in Garner, just south of Raleigh, in the highly sought after “40/42” area. The development’s convenience to Raleigh and its more rural lifestyle, with large lots and pastoral settings, make it a very desirable location.
Sherrill Place is special for many reasons, but perhaps most important to me is the family legacy associated with this land, said Jim Anderson, owner, developer and builder of Sherrill Place.
Paul Sherrill, Sr., the patriarch of the Sherrill family, was a well-respected builder and farmer in Johnston County, and this inspires my team to turn this land into a top-quality community.
Sherrill Place represents many firsts for J. Fuller Homes
This was J. Fuller Homes’s first Parade entry. Anderson accepted the award on April 18th at the Johnston County Parade of Homes Award Banquet at the Enoch Winery in Benson. The custom-built home on 64 Edgewood Lane earned the Silver Place Award in Category 3 as a decorated house, with categories being based on price point.
Not only did J. Fuller Homes earn its first Johnston County Parade of Homes award here, but this is also the first time they have built homes in Johnston County. And on top of that, it’s the first neighborhood Fuller Land and Development has developed in this growing county.
Encouraged by this recent success, J. Fuller Homes plans to enter the Annual Parade of Homes hosted by the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County this fall, running Sept. 30-Oct. 1, Oct. 6-8 and Oct. 13-15 from 12 – 5 pm. The featured home will be in our Garden Ridge community in West Cary.
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