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Friedberg Villages

Price Range:
$150,000 - $230,000
201 Friedberg Villages Drive, Winston-Salem, NC 27127
Builder(s): - Keystone Homes


The picturesque setting of Friedberg Villages strikes you the moment you turn onto the long, winding, scenic drive into the community. You’ll find beautifully landscaped streets and exquisite monuments in this Moravian themed, all-brick neighborhood featuring luxury town homes and quads.

Your new home in Winston Salem will allow you to enjoy all that this community has to offer since landscaping and exterior maintenance is provided by the Homeowners’ Assocation. Residents will enjoy the future community residents’ club, swimming pool, putting green and gated entrance.

Six luxury town home plans to choose from with 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2, 2.5 or 3 bathrooms, master suites up or down, optional sunrooms, 1 or 2 garages and ranging from 1,508 to 2,242 square feet.

Two luxury Quad town homes plans to choose from, both with main level master suites and main level guest bedroom and oversized 2-car garages. Optional first floor 3rd bedroom or 2nd floor bedroom with full bath and optional bonus room with full bath. Square footages range from 1,790 to 2,227.

Friedberg Villages offers luxurious features today’s sophisticated buyer has come to expect including: gourmet kitchens with Whirlpool appliances and abundant cabinetry, large master suites, luxurious master baths, hardwood and tile flooring, extensive mouldings, bullnose corners, smooth ceilings, generous recessed lighting and much, much more. LOW Davidson County taxes only make the value sweeter!


Parade of Homes Gold Award Winner

  •  Grand future gated community with old world charm surrounded by rolling verdant countryside
  •  Master up / master down 2-story & one level, all brick, luxury town home and quad plans available
  •  Low maintenance townhomes
  •  Community clubhouse with fitness center, pool & putting green coming soon
  •  Outdoor living area to enjoy nature, neighbors, and the many amenities
  •  Low Davidson County taxes only

Equal Housing Opportunity - LogoBuilder: Keystone Homes
Sales: Darren Cloninger
Phone: 336-734-3060
Model Hours:  Mon-Thurs 11-6, Fri 1-6, Sat 10-6, Sun 1-6

Available Listings

  To sort, click column header  |  $$$ = Move-In Special
Lot # Ready Story Br/Ba SF Plan Price Features
105 SOLD! $$$ 2 3/2.5 1508 Bermuda $155,490 Details
111 Ready Now! $$$ 2 3/2.5 1788 Cayman $186,832 Details
134 Ready Now! $$$ 2 3/3 2030 Devon $186,990 Details
107 Ready Now! $$$ 2 3/3 2028 Kingston $200,265 Details
129 Ready Now! $$$ 1 3/2 1642 Franklin $211,209 Details
236 Ready Now! $$$ 1 3/3 1790 Ashworth $228,190 Details
235 SOLD! $$$ 2 3/3 2227 Berkshire $243,190 Details


Directions to this community:

From I-40:
Take Peter's Creek Pkwy/Hwy 150 South.  Approx. 5 miles.  
Turn right on Old Salisbury Road, proceed approx. .1 mile.
Turn left on Friedberg Church Road.  
Community is about 1.9 miles on the left - just past Rock House Road.  

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Site Plan

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About the Area:

Winston-Salem, NC

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, predates the American Revolution, dating back to 1753 when Moravian missionaries arrived to convert the American Indians.  In 1766, the settlement was named Salem, meaning Peace.  In the 19th century a thriving commercial center called Winston flourished in the area adjoining Salem.  In 1919, both towns merged to become Winston-Salem.

Today Winston-Salem is a tourist mecca as well as a center for the arts.  The restored village of Old Salem is Williamsburg-in-miniature.  Residents and visitors alike crowd the cobbled streets at Easter and Christmas.  Reynolda, the former estate of the founder of R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, is open to the public as an arts center. Reynolda Village is an Old World community of unique shops and restaurants on the estate.  Tanglewood, another Reynolds estate, is now open to the public for swimming, horseback riding, camping, and arts events.

The first Arts Council in the country was established in Winston-Salem which is the home of the North Carolina School of the Arts.  Four other colleges and universities and a technical institute are additional secondary education campuses.

Winston-Salem’s downtown, is bustling with industry and the arts. Major industry in downtown Winston-Salem has blended with the arts to help  the center city remain vibrant.

Today Winston-Salem has grown to be part of a thriving metropolitan area called the Triad, encompassing High Point and Winston-Salem, and with more than a million people.