By specializing in the area we know, we can provide you with outstanding service that only living in the area can bring. Whether you are selling or buying we would love to help in the area we love.
Get to know West Cary Living
West Cary Living is a team bringing a new and innovative approach to the real estate market. Our team approach and specialization provide our clients with unwavering service and dedication. By not having listings all over the county we are able to be more efficient and focused in our efforts to market properties to the intended market.
We live in and specialize in West Cary. We love the ease of living here, the quality of life. Head west and you are in "rural North Carolina" not really that rural but the pace slows as you head toward lake Jordan. Head east and the rest of Cary, Apex and Raleigh are all within 20 minutes. The location can not be beat.
The homes range from 1800 to 6000 square feet in size and there is something for everyone, prices from the low to mid $200,000's to over a million (but that is rare) the average price is around $400,000 for 3,000 sq ft, built in the last 5-6 years (or new).
The schools rank among wake counties finest, almost all of the schools are newer and several have recieved the mark of Exellence from North Carolina public schools.
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West Cary Living has a concentrated focus on West Cary. To us West Cary is 27519, roughly from High House to 540, Amberly to Davis Drive. This is most of the most active sections of real estate in Wake County. There are great reasons to live in West Cary:
Tremendous focus on Education, there are two new elementary schools, Highcroft Drive Elementary, Mills Park Elementary; Mills Park Middle School, a new high school Panther Creek; and highly rated Green Hope High School which is not "new" but pretty great.
A healthy lifestyle is easy in West Cary with very easy access to top rated Cary Tennis Center, the American Tobacco Trail, neighborhood swim teams for the kids, parks everywhere and tons of bike routes heading out of West Cary.