29 Mar Villa Chase brick: old world charm in a brand new home
Villa Chase brick is a great choice if you’re looking for a white brick. With a traditional home design it gives you an old world look.
Custom Homes by Hamrick designed and built this instant classic in Winston-Salem’s Buena Vista neighborhood. Builder Don Hamrick kept a couple of mature oaks on the freshly landscaped lot, so if you didn’t know it was a brand new home, you might think it was built in the last century.
Villa Chase is a selection from the Pine Hall Brick Modern Antique line. It has an aged appearance with hints of brown body showing through…
An innovation in color and texture for a superior American home. Each brick looks a little different than the next one just like brick fired a thousand years ago and perfect to blend with a variety of materials.—Pine Hall Brick product gallery
The Villa Chase color palette is tastefully classic
“We used white mortar with white sand,” said Hamrick. “The shingles are
Interior meets exterior beautifully. Villa Chase brick by Pine Hall Brick.
Williamsburg gray and the windows and trim are white.”
Metal roof sections—note the porch roof—add a dash of early American homes. The bluestone front porch floor is a great choice with white brick from a color perspective and it also look great for generations…like the brick.
Hamrick is committed to building modern energy efficient homes, but he
manages to also deliver a product that appeals to traditionalists.
The rear covered patio in bluestone provides a tidy outdoor living room space where the wooded surroundings can be enjoyed, rain or shine.
When you’re thinking about building a new home with brick, you should expect a lot of options in style, whether it’s the aged look of this example or a more modern clean edge brick. Your choices in textures and colors are broad.