There’s about to be some major head-turning on Mose Chapel Road in Madison thanks to a new residential development in the works by Rachel Brown Homes.
The intimate area, composed of just six lots, is days away from breaking ground, and based on our conversation coupled with what the owner is sharing on social media as sneak peeks of the sites, I can tell you that there will be some very happy homeowners this time next year when the homes are complete.
Rachel Brown Homes in Madison
Rachel Brown, CEO of Rachel Brown Homes and well-known builder and designer in the area presents Wells Estates, a neighborhood that she describes as an exclusive, boutique, micro-niche community.
Six half-acre lots are cleared and ready for homes to be built simultaneously throughout the next nine-ish months. Brown will design all of the custom floor plans, select all of the finishes, and put her classic “Rachel Brown” touch throughout each and every home.
“Each home will have a very unique footprint,” shares Brown. “These homes will be hand-curated with custom designs selected specifically for each home.”
Though each of the homes will be different, Brown says that they will all still have a very cohesive look as on-lookers drive by all of them in a row.
Homes will strike a contemporary farmhouse feel as well as a bit of craftsman style.
“I really want to give people the opportunity to take advantage of what Rachel Brown Homes really are,” says Brown. “We firmly believe that instead of a buyer having to make all of the decisions, we’ll make them for them and present them a beautiful, custom home.”
Born and raised in Huntsville, Brown knows the area and understands the demands that home buyers are seeking. She says that micro-communities like Wells Estates are popular in other cities and is excited to bring this option to homebuyers here in Madison.
Homes will go up for sale in the coming months and start in the ballpark of $650,000. Interested buyers should go ahead and put their names on the waitlist with Rachel Brown Homes via Megan Wilson with Capstone Realty.
The inspiration behind the name Wells Estates
When close family friends Chad and Kelley Whitworth lost their second child in June 2018 at 39 weeks, a little boy named Wells, Brown was devastated.
“We were so blown away and heartbroken by what happened to the Whitworth family.”
Several months later, as plans for this new community in Madison came to fruition, Brown had the idea to honor Wells’s legacy by naming the neighborhood after him.
“Leaving a legacy won’t change their grief, but what it does do is that any time the Whitworth family wants to drive by the properties, they’ll be reminded of their son and his legacy will live on.”
Brown says that she feels passionate about doing this for them.
“They are such a special, kind family,” she says about the Whitworths, whom she has known for many years. “They are salt of the earth people. So hardworking. We are honored to preserve Wells’s legacy.”
You can follow along with Wells Estates by Rachel Brown Homes on Instagram as well as follow more from Rachel Brown Homes general Instagram account that displays her talented work from across the region. You can also follow Rachel Brown Homes on Facebook.
Click to learn more about Wells Clayton Whitworth Memorial Fund at Huntsville Hospital. You can also find the Wells Clayton Whitworth Memorial Fund on Facebook.
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