Nichols Farm Freedom Series



  • 1 Story
  • 3 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2 Car

Est. Monthly Payment

$3,356.88 monthly*



Nichols Farm

The Azalea plan is a large ranch with 1902 square feet and 10 feet ceilings. This home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, dropzone, and very private screened porch which overlooks a treelined backyard! This home has an airy and bright great room, very large quartz countertop island with white cabinets, dining area, and breakfast nook full of windows! The main level primary bedroom with a spacious bath is highlighted by a walk-in shower and a large walk-in closet. High quality Revwood flooring throughout the main living areas! Quality materials and workmanship throughout, with superior attention to detail, plus a one year builder’s warranty and 10 year structural warranty. Your new home also includes our smart home technology package! A D.R. Horton Smart Home is equipped with technology that includes the following: a Z-wave programmable thermostat manufactured by Honeywell; a Z-wave door lock manufactured by Kwikset; a Z-wave wireless switch manufactured by Eaton Corporation; a Qolsys, Inc. touchscreen Smart Home control device; an automation platform from; a Skybell video doorbell; and an Amazon Dot. *Photos are for representational purposes only.

Community Information

Mon - Fri By Appointment Only
Sat 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sun 1:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Contact Info
Online Sales Team
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Kevin Hammond
DHI Mortgage Loan Officer
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  • Yard Maintenance
  • Downtown Durham - 6.5 miles
  • Airport - 5 miles
  • Brier Creek Commons - 3.5 miles
  • Durham YMCA Wellness Center - 7 miles
  • Bethesda Park - 3 miles
  • William B. Umstead Park - 7 miles
  • Brier Creek Park - 4 miles
  • Grocery store - 1 mile

My Notes

School Districts Near Home

School Name Distance

Holt Elementary School

Public | K-5

9.3 mi.
School Name Distance

Southern School of Energy

Public | 9-12

3.5 mi.

Area Information

Durham, NC

New Homes in Durham

Although its historic and economic roots may be firmly planted in the field of tobacco that once flourished here, today Durham, NC is known as a center for technology and research, making up one “point” of the area’s renowned “Research Triangle,” an enclave of public and private enterprises dedicated to research and technology. The economic advantages offered by the private corporations and public agencies operating in and around the Triangle have made the area especially attractive for new home buyers.

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