The locations we serve are ideal places to build your forever home. We hand select each location so that your forever home will be a place you can grow in.
City to Coast
No matter where you choose to build with us, you can experience all sorts of views and environments from the NC Coast to the state capital.
We proudly build new homes all over North Carolina’s Coastal and Triangle regions. We’re passionate about helping people find their dream home in a beautiful location in North Carolina.
Hampstead, NC is a beautiful town located close to area bases and local beaches — it’s the best of both worlds! Hampstead is host to the annual North Carolina Spot Festival, named after the small salt water fish that swims the near by beach, this festival serves as the towns largest fundraiser for area schools.
Part of the greater Wilmington Metropolitan Statistical Area, Rocky Point borders Hampstead in southern Pender County. Close to area bases and the shopping, dining, and entertainment options of both nearby Hampstead and Wilmington, Rocky Point is the perfect place for those wanting to be close to it all, but still experience the peace and quiet of the country.
Surf City, NC offers coastal living at its finest. The town resides in both Onslow and Pender Counties and is located on Topsail Island. Topsail Island is a barrier island off the coast of North Carolina, located south of the famous Outer Banks and Camp Lejeune.
The island acts as home to the Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center, and was host to early military testing of the ramjet missile program, an endeavor that used the code name Operation Bumblebee. Topsail Island is also rumored to be the final resting place of the famous Pirate Blackbeard’s hidden treasure. With a history as colorful as that, American Homesmith is committed to bringing that colorful coastal lifestyle to everyone.
One of North Carolina’s fastest-growing towns, Leland is the most populous city in Brunswick county. Named after the nephew of the town’s first Postmaster, Leland was built at the convergence of three rail lines. That, and its close proximity to the Brunswick River made Leland an early epicenter for transportation.
Officially incorporated in 1989, Leland has seen a huge boost in population, nearly doubling since the 2010 census, and is today just as centrally located as its inception. Only 5 miles from Wilmington, and all the history and entertainment it offers, Leland is also just a short distance to the South Carolina border and only 71 miles from the vacation destination of Myrtle Beach.
A small, but growing town located in Brunswick County, Bolivia is surrounded by some of the most beautiful coastlines the state has to offer. Established in the 1890s and incorporated in 1911 this small town is centrally located to many historic regions of both North and South Carolina, and is an exciting, up-and-coming place to call home.
Raleigh, North Carolina, also known as the “City of Oaks” is a beautiful place to call home. This bustling city, named after famed Elizabethan nobleman Sir Walter Raleigh, was appointed as the Capital of North Carolina in 1792. Home to industry, prestigious academic institutions, and breath-taking scenery, Raleigh is an ideal place to build your forever home.
Located in Wake County, near Raleigh, modern day Fuquay-Varina is a quaint town with a colorful history. Founded and settled separately, Fuquay Springs (originally knows as “Piney Woods”) gained fame in the mid-19th century with the discovery of the Fuquay Mineral Springs. The springs were named for the family of the Revolutionary War Veteran, Frenchmen William Fuquay, who owned the land the springs were discovered on.
The area south of the springs came to be know as “Varina” after the nickname the town’s post master, prominent business owner J.D. Ballentine, had for his wife. The two communities joined as one municipality in 1963, and boasts a vibrant historic downtown that blends the up-and-coming energy of a thriving city with small-town southern charm.
Located outside the hustle and bustle of Raleigh, Youngsville, NC is a quiet, but up-and-coming town in Franklin County. Established in 1839, and incorporated in 1875, Youngsville is a commuter’s dream for those who want to work in the city, but live in the country.