Wake Forest 27587 Magazine

Fall 2018

The quarterly 27587 MAGAZINE is a must-read, in-you-hands publication that strives to give a deeper identity to rapidly growing Wake Forest, N.C. It highlights in-depth stories, targeting higher-income households.

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Wake Forest 27587 Magazine | Autumn 2018 35 "I was in a town of 500 people," she said with a smile, "so I was a city girl." It all started while ipping through the pages of a magazine, hundreds in fact. -en they came upon a picture of a model home — curiously in Indiana — just like the one in Wake Forest's Wake„eld Estates they end- ed up building with particular attention to its connected-barn architecture. "It was quite rural when we moved out here," Nancy Crawford said of their arrival in Wake„eld Estates. It still is — visually at least. -eir architect, Mike Haynes of Haynes & Welsh, saw to it that windows were posi- tioned just right, Terry Crawford said. "You don't know you're surrounded by homes," he said. "It is like being in the country in the middle of town. It really is." -ere are some interior add-on touches as well, the „rst spotted at the foot of the open staircase inside the front entrance. "-e 'newel' post came from an old house in Philadelphia," he said. -e classic style extends to the kitchen, where a handsome cast-iron Aga Cooker — a stove coincidentally invented in 1922 — takes center stage, using radiant heat to slow cook a meal, as the manufacturer notes, to perfection. "It's been a joy," Nancy Crawford said. "It makes for very healthy cooking. You're Continued on Page 38 kk Homeowners Nancy and Terry Crawford in front of the circa 1922 granary, which served as a central hub of the operation [LIRXLITVSTIVX][EWTEVXSJXLI;EOI½IPH*EVQW(EMV]

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