Arts and crafts homes - new - within a mile of Bank of America Stadium and Johnson & Wales University. In a 25-acre meadow where kids can bike on secret assignments and adults can catch up on the latest scoop during powerwalks.
- Brick and shingle exteriors
- Gridded windows
- Architectural casements
- Ten-foot ceilings on first floors
Tuscan Development, owned by partners Ray (Rip) Farris III, founder and manager, and Martin Kerr. Previous development includes Trinity Common, five homes on Park Road at Princeton; Whitby Pond, 24 new homes near Cotswold; and these condominiums: Scots Hill in Ballantyne, Tivoli in First Ward's Garden District, Cedar Mill in Third Ward, Hawthorne Court overlooking Independence Freeway, Kensington Court in Plaza-Midwood, NoDa18 in the North Davidson arts district, and Opt12 in Optimist Park.Architect
The Wilson Group, which designed Whitby Pond, Harbor Point Village in Mooresville, Charlestown in Charlotte and the international concourse at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport. The firm's principals and Tuscan's Ray Farris, also an architect, worked together on several successful projects before forming their own businesses.Builder
Structura, owned by Farris and Kerr, and managed by Kerr, one of Charlotte's most respected general contractors. Together, Kerr and Farris have developed property or handled residential construction valued at more than a half billion dollars.
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