Todd Isenhour, owner and president of Isenhour Homes, has helped to shape and define the homebuilding landscape of the Triad over the past 35 years with extraordinary, award-winning homes. Whether a first-time home buyer, a growing family in need of more space, a busy professional, or someone seeking a simpler lifestyle without the worry of stairs and yard work, Isenhour Homes offers outstanding quality and value at all price points. Each of the single-family, patio, twin home, and villa floor plans are carefully designed with the most efficient building practices in mind to provide each customer a low-maintenance, highly functional, and inviting place to call home. The Isenhour Homes team takes pride in staying abreast of current trends in the homebuilding industry, ensuring quality craftsmanship, and cultivating lasting relationships with their home buyers. Impeccable attention to details, passion for their work, and a commitment to creating neighborhoods that inspire a sense of community is the heartbeat of Isenhour Homes. This level of investment translates into hundreds of satisfied customers each year.
“We have had complete trust in your company ever since you were recommended as the one company we should use in constructing a new home…it is no wonder your company continues to have an excellent reputation in the community.” – Jeff Dusart
Todd Isenhour built the company from the ground up, and today, he and his remarkable team enjoy a wonderful reputation in the Triad and beyond. Isenhour believes the key to longevity and success is a combination of hard work, a commitment to excellence, and a dedicated team of professionals. “At Isenhour Homes, we believe that we have a responsibility to our customers, our communities and our team members, as well as to the environment,” Todd stated. Cory Brannock, Sales and Marketing Manager, shared that Todd’s passion, strong work ethic, and commitment to continually grow and improve both professionally and personally, serve as a great example to the 25 Isenhour Homes team members. Like Cory, who has been with the company for 12 years, over half of the Isenhour Homes “family” have worked together for over a decade, love what they do, and are particularly proud of the homes they build.
“My philosophy from day one has been to build remarkable homes and communities for every lifestyle. We are proud of the homes we build and stand behind their quality. We want to make the building process a creative, enjoyable and satisfying experience by exceeding our customers’ expectations.” – Todd Isenhour
Daily, Todd Isenhour and his team strive to live and work, both individually and as a team, by six core values. At Isenhour Homes, there is a deep-seated belief that by operating in accordance with these core values, they will be successful in all of their endeavors. It certainly appears as though they have the winning combination, as evidenced by the continual expansion of Isenhour Homes communities. Construction is presently in process in Advance, Bermuda Run, Bolivia, Burlington, Clemmons, Greensboro, Holden Beach, Kernersville, Lewisville, Mocksville, Oak Island, Southport, and Winston-Salem.
**Please put the following 6 Core Values in a small box to the side (not in body of article)
- We do the right thing.
We strive for professionalism and understand the value of our reputation.
- We are team players.
We realize that the success of our organization is directly connected to the success
and dedication of our Team Members. We help each other improve professionally
by sharing knowledge with each other and focusing more on “we” rather than “I.”
- We care.
We care about our co-workers and our customers.
- We have a positive attitude.
We are positive about the future of our company. We have fun and enjoy what we
- We are always seeking improvement.
We strive for continued improvement individually and professionally.
- We are problem solvers.
We want to look for solutions and answers, not complain about the problem.
“We love our home, and we cannot say enough about Todd’s commitment to his homeowners, both new and old. It just does not get any better than that!” – Wayne and Pat Carmack
Each home and each community Isenhour Homes develops has a purpose that is unique and special to its buyers. At Isenhour Homes, customers have a wide variety of extraordinary floor plans to choose from to find a “best fit” for their current needs and desired lifestyle. Some communities are limited to the specific plans offered, but others have much greater flexibility. With any design, the Isenhour Homes team works closely with homebuyers from start to finish and provides the option to customize any plan. With the extensive portfolio of plans, in-house design team, state of the art design center, and on-site project manager, Isenhour Homes is positioned to make the homebuilding experience seamless and enjoyable every step of the way. The majority of homes are built in communities highlighted on the company website (isenhourhomes.com), but they also build homes on other properties, communities, and lots in and around their building area. Once the homebuyer determines where to build, and selects a home site and plan, the pathway to becoming a new Isenhour Homes owner is a straightforward and smooth process – most building projects take five to seven months to complete.
From the beginning, the process has been seamless and everyone friendly and professional. We could not have had a more pleasant experience. – Travis and Cindy Benfield
When asked about the three most recent Forsyth County Isenhour Homes communities, and features that make the communities unique, Cory Brannock shared that Brookberry Farms remains one of the most popular neighborhoods in the area. Indeed, the beauty of the common areas, exquisite home sites, and state of the art amenities of this planned community are truly impressive! “We are currently building in The Village, a section inspired by Low Country homes, which brings a distinctive style to the community. We are also building in the newest single-family phase (Phase Five); two speculative homes are currently underway. Coming early fall, we will start our new patio home section, which will be similar to Walnut Park (a patio home section we built in Brookberry Farms that has been sold out for a couple of years).
Expansion plans beyond Forsyth County include the Davidson County Meadowlands community. This Isenhour Homes community is located just minutes away from Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point and offers casual golf course living, peaceful surroundings, and the benefit of lower taxes. For those who want to downsize and simplify, all brick villas and patio homes are the perfect choice. “This has been a very popular community for us,” Cory states.
The coastal communities at Brunswick Beaches, Holden Beach, and Oak Island offer homebuyers laid back living where “sea breezes and white sandy beaches provide a luxurious place to unwind at the end of the day.” Beautiful homes with well-designed features provide a coastal retreat to fit every lifestyle and price point. Life with the sun, the sea, and moderate temperatures is a call answered by many. According to Cory Brannock, “As many of the coastal communities homeowners are from the Triad and Triangle, it is clear the reputation of Isenhour Homes is following us to the beach…in a wonderful way!” Isenhour Homes recently opened a second office in Southport (recently named America’s Happiest Seaside Town by Coastal Living magazine) with a brand new 3,000 square foot design gallery.
To learn more about Isenhour Homes, give them a call at 336-659-8211, or visit their offices at 3411 Healy Drive in Winston-Salem. You can also view their website at isenhourhomes.com to see their home designs and floor plans, learn more about their “design studio,” along with their “green building” energy-efficient approach to construction, and more.