Ayscue Williams Home Builders
Ayscue Williams Home Builders
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Our Company

AYSCUE WILLIAMS Home Builders mission is to improve the quality of living in the community. Our philosophy is to not simply design and build a house, but to create a home for today’s lifestyle, that families can embrace for relaxing while establishing their own family traditions. The owners are Will Williams and Sherie Ayscue. 

About Will Williams…Will is a retired US Naval Reserve Officer. He attended North Carolina State University where he obtained a Nuclear Engineering Degree. He rode Nuclear Submarines while on active duty as US Naval Line Officer. Will has worked as Senior Nuclear Engineer at Newport News Shipbuilding and he helped design the newest class of Nuclear Aircraft Carrier.

Will has 20 years’ experience building and renovating single family homes and townhomes in North Carolina and Virginia. He has renovated more than 150 existing homes and has built over 50 new single-family homes. 

About Sherie Ayscue…Sherie has over 40 years of customer service. She is the COMMUNICATOR for the business. She is a graduate of Southeastern College at Wake Forest where she obtained an Associate of Divinity Degree. 

Sherie has 25 years in sales.  She can manage multiple tasks and her follow-up skills are what made her successful in her past career.

Sherie’s fifth great grandfather, William Ayscue, fought in Revolutionary War. After the war in 1779, he bought a one square mile in Vance County by Land Grant from the state of North Carolina. The farm has remained in the Ayscue family since that time. Sherie’s father (Harold), her grandfather (Richard), and her great grandfather (Gordon Foster) were all born and raised on the farm which grew tobacco and soybeans.

Our New Farmhouse...Will and Sherie built a new farmhouse on the family Ayscue Williams Farm in 2020. It is a modern farmhouse with open floor plan. It has 3,400 square foot livable space, large front porch and rear deck overlooking a stand of yellow pines and 13 acres planted in soybeans. All this was during the COVID 19 pandemic. 

We used the original “front door and door handle hardware” from her grandfather’s home that he built in 1955. (One can only imagine the history of the people that came in and out of this door for over 65 years). Currently this door is the door that leads into our pantry. We also saved the lumber from the smoke house. We used the smoke house reclaimed lumber to build the beams in the ceiling on the front porch in our farmhouse.

Family comes first for us. We have strong feelings for past families’ homes and land upon which we build new homes. When we renovate an existing home, our goal is to preserve memories and make the property a home that we would enjoy and proud to live in ourselves.


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