Harris Doyle Homes: Alabama and Florida Homebuilder Making Life Well-Crafted

Founded in 2008, Harris Doyle Homes® is a leading residential developer and new home builder in Alabama and Florida. 

Harris Doyle was started by second generation home builders, Brooks Harris and Russ Doyle. After starting out as friendly competitors, the two decided to combine their individual skill sets and educational backgrounds to create one of Birmingham’s largest homebuilders. In 2017, Harris Doyle joined Clayton Properties Group® and have now built over 1,000 homes since their inception. 

Knowing that each home built reflects its owner, Harris Doyle specializes in designing and constructing new homes and neighborhoods that fit the unique lifestyles of a diverse customer base. They provide an unforgettable experience that ranges from a personalized design process, to caring team members and quality products.

Their experienced team strives to create value for their customers by designing new homes in Auburn, Birmingham, Pike Road, Lake Martin, Gulf Shores, Fairhope, Foley and Panama City, Florida in neighborhoods that are crafted to build community.

Known for their cutting-edge style, amazing quality and impeccable customer service, their design studio is ideal for choosing the best products and materials that fit your lifestyle, but it is also a great place for inspiration. There are enough products, options and ideas featured so that buyers can formulate their own concepts of what they truly want in their home.

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Harris Doyle Homes makes energy efficiency a priority by building all their new homes to meet today’s stringent building codes, including the Alabama Residential Energy Code. These homes are designed to be comfortable, convenient and connected. 

Experience life well crafted with Harris Doyle homes. Visit https://harrisdoyle.com/ to learn more!

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