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McKee Homes Home-Builder-For-A-Cause Now Building in Legacy Lakes Aberdeen NC

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McKee Homes insists on doing more than just building new homes with luxury amenities. This “home-builder-for-a-cause” is donating portions of funds from each home sale to Alzheimer research and care.

Aberdeen, NC, United States – December 18, 2013 /MarketersMedia/ —

McKee Homes has done more than just build new homes since its inception in 2010. Owners and brothers, Pat and Mike McKee fund Alzheimer’s research and care through donations from each home sale. And, this home-builder-for-a-cause is now building in Legacy Lakes, a 400-acre master-planned community with a variety of Aberdeen, N.C. real estate options and a spectacular collection of luxury amenities, all at an unprecedented value.

Just minutes from Pinehurst, Southern Pines and Fort Bragg, Legacy Lakes is home to over 400 acres of beautiful pine trees, rolling fairways, and natural lakes. Amenities include the Nicklaus-designed Legacy Golf Links, the Legacy Lakes Club which includes six lighted tennis courts with the finest clay surfaces available, resort-style pool and pool house, state-of-the-art fitness center and three natural lakes.

Legacy Lakes is a rare blend of natural beauty, wholesome community and award-winning golf. With beautiful new homes starting in the low $200′s, and covered by a 2-10 warranty package, McKee Homes is offering one of the best new home values in the Sandhills.

“We will be building some of our most popular floor plans in Legacy Lakes such as the Beaufort, Biltmore, Brooks, Clark, Nelson, Potter, Riddick and Sanborne with prices starting in the low $200′s ranging from 2,300 to 3,600 sq. ft.,” said Pat McKee.

From single-family homes for the first time homebuyers, move-up buyer and active lifestyle retiree, McKee Homes builds energy efficient homes with functional floor plans, special features and custom options. As one of the fastest growing builders in North Carolina, the McKee’s attribute success to community involvement and personalized service. Continuing to expand in the Fayetteville and Ft. Bragg markets, McKee also announced their plans to enter the Raleigh, N.C. and Wilmington, N.C. markets.

McKee Homes donates a percentage of all home sales to the Joe McKee Memorial Alzheimer Fund to support initiatives of the Alzheimer’s Association? and help fund Alzheimer’s care and research.

About McKee Homes:
Founded in 2010, McKee Homes is dedicated to the memory of Joe McKee. The family-owned business is one of the fastest growing North Carolina new home builders. Owners and brothers Pat and Mike McKee take pride in creating homes located in the most desirable neighborhoods throughout the Raleigh, Wilmington, Fayetteville and Fort Bragg areas of North Carolina.

For the latest news about their new home offerings and the neighborhoods in which they are building, connect on Google+.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.mckeehomesnc.com

Contact Info:
Name: Pat McKee
Email: john@mckeehomesnc.com
Address: 120 Nandina Court, Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone: 910-920-0207
Organization: McKee Homes

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/mckee-homes-home-builder-for-a-cause-now-building-in-legacy-lakes-aberdeen-nc/28842

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