Preston Farm’s Phase-One Occupancy Expected to Begin October 2021

Tuesday, September 1, 2020 (CARY, NC) -- The latest in luxury active adult living that aims to span the life of today’s Millennials and Boomers is currently in development. Preston Farm, located at one of the very best corners in Cary, N.C. and
less than half a mile from Prestonwood Country Club, offers residents luxury condominiums that feature multiple one- and two-bedroom floor plan options – all with gourmet kitchens, spacious master bedrooms, bathrooms and guest accommodations, and either private terraces or balconies.
The community will feature extensive gardens, landscaping and water features which Sears and Edinburgh Development hopes will remind residents of regeneration and inspire healthy living and growth within themselves. Amenities will include a one-year social membership to Prestonwood Country Club, ample on-site parking for automobiles and golf carts, on-site security personnel and convenience services and more. In fact, this corner is extremely rich in amenities with 3 grocery stores and over 20 restaurants, all within walking distance. Understanding the needs of the active adult population, Preston Farm offers the safety and security of both on-site services and nearby fire, rescue and public safety facilities, in addition to the convenience of nearby shops and services along with Preston Farm’s many other amenities. 


The condominiums, which begin in the $550,000s, are the vision of Edinburgh Development and Preston Farm’s architect and founder Bill Sears, who desired to create a pioneering luxury community concept designed to appropriately accommodate multi-generational independent lifestyles. Unlike many active adult communities, Preston Farm is designed for individuals to live in forever. The team incorporated universal accessibility and adaptability design into each home, as well as in the plan of the larger community to ensure that residents can do the same things and go to the same places in the community, regardless of their physical condition now or later.
“Our goal was to create both an opportunity and environment where residents could feel pampered and safe while right at home, and a community in which its residents could take pride,” explains Sears. “Perhaps most importantly, we wanted to design an environment where active adults could continue to thrive independently in a safe, healthy environment designed to comfortably accommodate a graceful transition into aging in place.” “We saw the opportunity to build these great homes at the best corner in Cary and immediately jumped at the chance. We believe the future residents will too!”, said Jim Mcmillan of Edinburgh Development.

A virtual tour of Preston Farm is available for viewing here.

About Edinburgh Development
Edinburgh Development is made up of local partners investing in the local community. As residents of Cary, N.C., partners Ed Rapp, Jay Rapp and Jim Mcmillan are committed to planning and producing high-quality development projects. They share “old school” values and look for lasting, impactful projects in and around the Triangle area.