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Park Village Subdivision in Cary NC

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Price Range: $175,000 to $300,000
Home Types: Single Family
Size: ~600 homes
Location: West Cary
Age Range: 1994 to 1998

List of Current Park Village Homes for Sale

Map of Current Park Village Homes for Sale

 

 

About Park Village

Park Village is a great entry level subdivision on the west side of Cary.  Built in the mid 1990s by Solaris Development Corp., Park Village has always been a popular neighborhood due to it's great location, quality of homes, fantastic amenities, and superior schools. 

Picture of Oxxford Hunt Pool

 

Park Village's amenities include a swimming pool with a very active swim team called the Park Village Porpoises.  The pool is adjacent to a clubhouse which overlooks a beautiful pond with a fountain in the center.  The Clubhouse has a deck with a portico which makes for a great area to relax and enjoy the view.

In the last year single family homes have ranged from $175,000 to just over $300,000. 

 

 

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Location

Park Village is located at Davis Drive and Park Village Drive, right across the street from Davis Drive Park. It is just to the south of Davis Drive Elementary and Davis Drive Middle Schools, both of which are extremely popular.  There are plenty of grocery stores nearby, and it is convenient to both Cornerstone and Beaver Creek shopping centers.

 

 



Things to do

Nearby is Thomas Brooks Park which has 4 lighted baseball diamonds, 2 basketball slabs, 2 soccer fields, a playground and picnic areas.  Thomas Brooks Park is also home to the USA Baseball National Training Complex.  There is plenty of shoping and restaurants at The Streets at Southpoint, a new mall on the south side of Durham that is only minutes away.  Also, Beaver Creek Commons shopping center is to the south at the intersection of NC-55 and US-64.

Home in Park VillageOn the south side of Cary is the Koka Booth Amphitheater which runs events ranging from Shakespearian plays to classic rock concerts to hosting the Raleigh Symphony for a summer pops series. The Amphitheater is located in Regency Park and also hosts a huge 4th of July celebration every summer.

Within 10 to 15 minutes you can also go to the movies, go ice skating, roller skating, bowling, and visit numerous Cary Parks. If you open your drive up a bit you can spend an afternoon boating on Jordan Lake, enjoy the museums in downtown Raleigh, expand your education at one of the eight local colleges and universities, or attend a major sporting event at one of our three local ACC schools. And for hockey fans Raleigh is home to the Carolina Hurricanes.

 

TrendsGraph of number of SF homes sold in Park Village

Sales in this subdivision have followed the economy, slowing to a low of 2 sales last quarter.  The good news is that the sale price per square foot has remained farly strong around $130 per square foot, which is quite good for an entry level subdivision. This number clearly dipped in the last quarter, but with only two homes sold it is impossible to determine if this is a trend or simply a reflection of those 2 particular home sales.

 

 

 Graph of the Average Sale Price in Park VillageGraph of Avg SP per Sq Ft in Park Village

 

                                                                                                                                                                       

Posted by

                                                                                                                                                                       

Ken Gramley
Fonville Morisey Realty
1149 Kildaire Farm Rd
Cary, NC 27511

(919) 414-1961
www.KenGramley.com
ken@kengramley.com

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