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See current Active Listings in Applecross. Applecross was developed in the mid 1980’s by Fortis Corporation. Typical Applecross townhomes include 2 to 3 bedrooms, 2.0 to 2.5 baths and fireplaces. Each bedroom has its own bathroom in the 2 bedroom units. Applecross offers one and two story units.
School assignments for the Applecross community can be determined through Wake County’s public (0 comments)
mls search: Sellers: Can your Listing Agent tell a Buyer how to find your House? - 01/01/10 07:18 PM
Can your Listing Agent tell a Buyer how to find your House? More to the point, can your agent give good directions on the Triangle MLS so folks searching the MLS can find your house? Can your agent mark your home on the map, so Bing Maps shows a web surfer the Bird's Eye View of your home? On TMLS, we can drag the pointer on Bing and put it squarely on your home. That can really make a showing great, when the buyer can take the "Bird's Eye View" and already knows that there are no power lines, no shopping center, mature trees and (4 comments)
mls search: Raleigh, NC: Vacant land and building lots galore! Find it here - 06/03/09 10:09 PM
You can find almost any sort of lot in Raleigh. Small building lots, townhome lots, whole subdivision phases, up to and including brownfield transition land. Commercial? Sure. It's out there. Raw land is a fascinating side to real estate. Many buyers and sellers think it is "easier" than home sales. The fact is, in most urban and suburban subdivisions, most planning and zoning issues have been satisfied, and with that work done, the attention turns from the dirt to the "improvement," the home. Many agents recognize the issues involved in due diligence in land, and decide to let someone else list (6 comments)
Let's visit Stoneybrook Estates, a beautifully mature neighborhood of 1960's and 1970's homes in a great central location in Cary, NC, adjoining Farmington Woods. View current Homes For Sale in Stoneybrook Estates. Once in the neighborhood, you will be entranced by the beauty of lush mature landscaping, including blooming azaleas, and tall, arching mature shade trees. Stoneybrook Estates was built at a time when houses were placed among the trees, and the trees were honored, rather than clear cut with disdain.
Stoneybrook Estates is located on the south side of Southeast Maynard Road, just east of the intersection (0 comments)
View current Active Listings in Royal Oaks. The neighborhood was developed in the mid 80’s. The location near NC 54 and I 40 is convenient for commuting and nearby shopping. Royal Oaks is less than five miles from the Reedy Creek entrance to William B. Umstead State Park.
Homes in Royal Oaks typically include 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and fireplaces. The square footage of the homes in this (0 comments)
The neighborhood was developed in the mid-1990's by a team of custom builders. The location near High House Road, NC 55 and Davis Drive is popular for commuting and nearby shopping. Shopping and dining at Stone Creek Village is just minutes away.
View current Triangle Active Listings in Wellsley.
Wellsley homes typically include 3 to 4 bedrooms, bonus rooms, walk up attics, 2 1/2 baths, and fireplaces. The square footage of the (0 comments)
View current Active Listings in Linville Ridge. The neighborhood was developed in the mid 90’s. The location near Cary Parkway is popular for commuting and nearby shopping. Linville Ridge has low HOA fees and is minutes away from Apex Community Park, Bond Park, and the YMCA.
Linville Ridge homes typically include 3 to 4 bedrooms, bonus rooms, 2 1/2 baths, and fireplaces. The square (0 comments)
View the current Active Listings in Riggsbee Farm. Riggsbee Farm is conveniently located off of Davis Drive near the intersection of High House Road. Just a few miles away, Davis Drive brings commuters to Research Triangle Park and I 40. Riggsbee Farm also has great proximity to shopping at Stone Creek Village, Prestonwood Country Club, and the Town of Cary’s Greenway system.
Riggsbee Farm was developed between 1996 and 2003 by Zaring Homes. Typical Riggsbee Farm homes include 3 to 5 (2 comments)
View current Active Listings in Whitebridge. The neighborhood was developed in the mid/late 1990's by SAS Institute and Engle Homes. 110 pleasant transitional homes comprise Whitebridge, with home sizes ranging from 2400 to 3800 square feet.
Typical amenities include 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 or 3 baths, bonus rooms, separate formal areas, many windows to light the home, (0 comments)
Preston Village was developed from 1994-2005. Among the builders in Preston Village are John Wieland Homes, Toll Brothers, and Sunstar Homes. Preston Village homes include 4 to 5 bedrooms, bonus rooms, 3 to (2 comments)
Wynston Ridge is a mature residential neighborhood on the Southeast side of Cary, NC. Wynston Ridge is located off Holly Springs Road, or accessed through Camden Forest. See the Wynston Ridge slideshow on Flickr.
Raleigh and NC State University are about a 15-20 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about 25 minutes. Heavy drive-time traffic can lengthen commutes. Within a half mile, Tryon Village is nearing completion, and will offer extensive retail shopping, groceries, restaurants, (6 comments)
Camden Forest is a mature neighborhood of custom-built homes in Cary, NC. Camden Forest is accessed from the SE Cary Parkway, or through the adjoining neighborhood of Wynston Ridge. Raleigh and North Carolina State University are a fifteen minute drive. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about twenty minutes. Rush hour traffic can extend either commute. Camden Forest was developed in the mid/late 1990's by SAS Institute, using several reputable regional builders. Nearly 150 striking traditional and transitional homes comprise Camden Forest, with square footage ranging from 2500 to 5000. See the Camden Forest slide show. (2 comments)
Wexford is a recently completed neighborhood in the center of Morrisville, NC. Wexford is situated off McCrimmon Parkway near Davis Drive. Access and egress to and from the neighborhood are easy. Raleigh and NC State University are an easy 25-30 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about 5 minutes. Both commutes can lengthen during heavy drive-time traffic. The neighborhood was developed between 2003 and 2006, with a selection of very livable transitional homes built by Orleans HomeBuilders. Home sizes range from 2600 to 4900 square feet.
Typical amenities include 4 to 6 bedrooms, 2.5 to 4 baths, beautiful .18-.25 (7 comments)
View Oakwood Heights Active Home Listings on . Oakwood Heights is a mature affordable neighborhood in the center of Cary, NC. Oakwood Heights is situated off Old Apex Road. Access to the neighborhood is from Old Apex Road, or, through Carousel Park, or, from West Chatham Street through Sunset Hills, or through Dutchess Village. Access and egress to and from the neighborhood are easy.
Raleigh and NC State University is an easy 20 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about 25 minutes. Both commutes can lengthen during heavy drive-time traffic.
The neighborhood was developed in the late 1950's-early 1960's, (0 comments)
Raleigh and North Carolina State University are a 30 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about 20 minutes. Heavy drive-time traffic may affect commute time. The neighborhood was developed starting in 2001 by New Fortis Corporation and Westminister Homes, now KHovnanian. Approximately half the homes are detached traditional and transitional single family homes, with the balance being townhomes. A new phase of Upchurch (0 comments)
Raleigh and North Carolina State University are a 25 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about the same. Both commutes can vary during heavy drive-time traffic. The neighborhood was developed in the late 1990's by New Fortis Homes. Approximately 119 modern transitional homes comprise Olde Salem, with home sizes ranging from 2200 to 4200 square feet.
Typical amenities include deluxe kitchens, (2 comments)
Weatherstone is a mature neighborhood of 200+ move-up homes in Cary. Weatherstone is accessed from High House Road, east of the intersection with Cary Parkway, or from NW Maynard Road. View current Active Home Listings in Weatherstone. Raleigh, home of NC State University, is a 20 minute drive. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about the same. Heavy drive-time traffic can lengthen either commute.
The neighborhood was developed in the mid/late 1990's by Weatherstone Associates, using several reputable builders. Over 200 traditional and transitional homes comprise Weatherstone. Home sizes range from 2500 to 3700 square feet. (2 comments)
mls search: Cary, NC Real Estate, Easy and Affordable Living in Park Village...Cary, NC, 27519 - 02/01/07 11:38 AM
Park Village is a mature community of 600+ homes in Cary, NC. Park Village is situated on Davis Drive, south of the intersection with High House Road. Raleigh is a 20 minute drive. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about the same. Drive-time traffic may lengthen commutes. View the current Active Listings in Park Village. Davis Drive entrance sign The neighborhood was developed in the mid 1990's by Sunstar Homes/Solaris Development Corporation. Park Village home sizes range from 1300 to 3400 square feet. Park Village Street Scene Typical amenities include 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 or 2.5 baths, bonus rooms, open floor plans, many windows to light the home, (0 comments)
mls search: Cary, NC Real Estate, Giverny, the "best kept secret" in Cary, NC - 02/01/07 06:03 AM
Giverny is a pleasant and mature neighborhood of 92 homes off the Cary Parkway. Giverny is nestled in between Bishop's Gate subdivision and Gralyn neighborhood of MacArthur Park. View current Active Listings for Giverny and MacArthur Park. (Note: Giverny is not part of MacArthur Park, but TMLS does not separate the two neighborhoods.)
Raleigh is a 20 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about the same. Both commutes can vary during heavy drive-time traffic. The neighborhood was developed in the early/mid 1990's by New Fortis Homes, now KHovnanian. Ninety-two pleasant transitional homes comprise Giverny, with home sizes ranging (2 comments)
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