Chesapeake Homes North Carolina to Offer Interior Design Services to Home Buyers

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Chesapeake Homes North Carolina today announced that Catlin Darner has joined the company as an interior designer.

Chesapeake Homes North Carolina (http://www.ChesHomesNC.com) today announced that Catlin Darner has joined the company as an interior designer.

A 2006 graduate of Meredith College with a B.S. in Interior Design, Darner most recently served as the company interior designer for 1st American Builder where she was awarded 2006 Company New Employee of the Year. She has also held design and sales positions with Dexter Furniture and Stock Building Supply.

"Catlin is an incredibly talented designer with fresh ideas and the ability to connect with clients to create custom, unique visions for their homes," said Paul Luck, North Carolina Division Manager for Chesapeake Homes. "What can typically be overwhelming, I am confident that Catlin will make the design and selection process easier for our clients."

For more information about Chesapeake Homes North Carolina, please call 919-256-3060 or visit http://www.ChesHomesNC.

About Chesapeake Homes North Carolina:
Chesapeake HomesNorth Carolina, an ENERGY STAR® qualified homebuilder, is owned by Virginia-based L.M. Sandler & Sons, Inc., the largest privately owned developer of master-planned communities in the United States and sister company to Wakefield Development Company, North Carolina's largest developer of residential communities. Due to the success in the Hampton Roads' area, Chesapeake Homes expanded into the North Carolina market with its first area projects, 12 Oaks, Wakefield Development Company's newest, high-end master-planned community in Holly Springs and Renaissance Park, a new Wakefield Development Company master-planned community located just minutes from downtown Raleigh. Sales and marketing provided by Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services.

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