Welcome to Wilmington Oaks Parade of Homes tour! This home is what modern farmhouse dreams are made of. If that’s your dream, you’re sure to love this house tour! Let me show you what makes this home special.
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Wilmington Oaks features 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and is 3,387 square feet. It is located in Apex, North Carolina and at the time of viewing the asking price was $669,000.
Entering the Wilmington Oaks house through these double doors that let in so much natural light, you walk into this spacious foyer.
Right off the entry is the home office. You can access the office with these natural finish sliding barn doors.
GRAY EAT IN KITCHEN
The patterned tile backsplash in this kitchen plays off of the gray and black cabinetry. If a white kitchen isn’t your style, you’ll love this kitchen!
The dining space is right off of the kitchen. It’s large enough to accommodate a larger table if you like to entertain. There isn’t a separate formal dining room in this home.
I had to take a picture of this tiered tray! I was telling the realtor how I have one just like this and how popular they are. We agreed they can be a bit on the pricy side, but you know I had to tell them what a deal I got on mine! 🙂
She said she thinks it was from Home Goods. I do see tiered trays in Home Goods from time to time, and the pricing is hit or miss. So keep your eyes out when you’re scanning the aisles. I also shared some tier tray sources recently here.
I really like how they designed this living room. So often I see empty space when the windows are Craftsman style like this. They took advantage of this space with these custom built-in shelves.
Here’s a better look at the custom built-ins.
Located on the first floor there is a guest suite.
The guest bathroom features beautiful shaker style cabinets with brushed gold pulls and matte black fixtures.
In the powder room we have two toned painted vertical shiplap.
The shiplap walls continue the modern farmhouse feel in the mud room.
Upstairs we have the master suite and it’s my favorite room in the Wilmington Oaks house!
This accent chair is very similar to the ones I have in my family room. One of the reasons I bought them is because I knew that they could work in so many spaces moving forward. Living room, bedroom, home office…the options are endless!
I love the modern farmhouse feel in the master bedroom with the stained wood coffered ceiling and the sliding barn door that leads into the en suite.
Also I can appreciate the carpet in the bedrooms on the second floor. I know carpet isn’t everyone’s favorite thing but I do like them in bedrooms.
This master bathroom is full of style! I would never think to use narrow mirrors like this over the sink but I really like the look. What do you think?
In addition to black sinks and hardware, the hinges on the shower are black and the shower niche is also trimmed in black.
The laundry room is located on the second floor and is a great size. Lots of cabinetry for storage and counterspace for folding. Very well thought out.
In addition to the master suite and laundry room, the second floor also has two very large bedrooms, each with their own bathrooms and walk in closets.
There’s also a large bonus room too.
On the third floor, yes the third floor, there is a secret door! One of the trends I’ve seen a few times during the 2020 Parade of Homes tours, like in the Cottage Surprise house.
The secret door opens up to the recreation room. Which is essentially what’s on the third floor, along with a full bathroom and storage. They call this a rec room but with the bathroom it’s technically the fifth bedroom.
You can see from this view that it’s not a small room either. That was a pleasant surprise! And that my friend is the Wilmington Oaks home. What did you think?
I really liked this home from the inside out. It is what you think of when you think modern farmhouse. If you like more moody colors of greys and blacks the interior design is right up your alley. I do prefer more whites but this home doesn’t feel dark at all because it has so much natural light.
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