Holly Springs NC Outdoor Parks

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Mortgage and Lending with Equity Resources, NMLS 60596 NMLS 60596

The weather in NC allows you to enjoy outdoor activities year-round. Holly Springs has a very active Parks and Recreation Department that manages miles of trails and parks. Holly Springs NC Outdoor Parks and Golf Courses are top class, and one of the highest sighted reasons people want to relocate and buy a home in Holly Springs.

Womble Park offers several playgrounds that look over ball fields, trails and many soccer fields. This is a dog friendly park that also offers Picnic Shelter and Sand Volleyball courts. The Holly Glen Neighborhood is located approximately 3 miles away from Parrish Womble Park.

Sugg Farm Park is home of the annual HollyFest and fireworks. This fall Festival includes local, live entertainment and highlights local artists and businesses at the more than 100-acre park. There are many plans for this park, including a dog park that would include an acre fenced park with seating.

Jones Park is a great park in Holly Springs specifically targeting Disc Golf Lovers. With so many people looking for socially distanced outdoor fun – Jones Park is a great. It is located behind an elementary school and has baseball/softball field and playground. It’s also very close to Veterans Park in Holly Springs. Homes for sale in Sunset Ridge North and Sunset Forest are less than a mile and a half from Jones Park.

Bass Lake Park in Holly Springs offers a rolling nature trail and a Retreat Center. Many small groups and Clubs use this as a meeting area year-round. There are fishing spots around the lake, and the trail is about 2.5 miles long and offers benches along the paths to sit and watch turtles sunbathe on sunny days. The Sunset Lake Homes back up to Bass Lake Park, many have rolling hill lake views.

Ting Park is the proud home of the Holly Springs Salamanders Baseball Team. This Holly Springs NC Outdoor Parks Program boasts a minor league team that is part of the Coastal Plain League, they play from late May to mid-August. Many families enjoy family tailgate picnics before games during the summer!

Ting Park was recently recognized as “one of the state’s premier sporting facilities,” according to Tennis Industry magazine. In addition to the Holly Springs NC Outdoor Park’s 12 tennis courts and the 1,800-seat baseball stadium, they have turf soccer fields, and basketball courts.

We work with lots of buyers who are relocating to the Holly Springs NC area. They know that a trusted Holly Springs NC Realtor will match their lifestyle priorities with homes that meet their budgets.

If you’re considering listing your home for sale without the assistance of a qualified seller’s agent, you may generate some interest, but probably not in the magnitude you had hoped for. This is a FAST-changing Market, and the comparable sales that you need to price your home simply are not all available through “consumer” facing real estate sites.

This means your home might sit on the market longer, or more importantly, you will not get the highest price you deserve. This is where the right  Real Estate seller’s agent can help. We are affiliated with TOP Agents, so that when you are ready to list your property in Holly Springs it can sell quickly and at top dollar!

If you have more questions about Buying a house in Holly Springs NC near Parks and Golf Courses call Steve Thorne and Eleanor at 919 649 5058. We will help you buy a house, we just need to update our strategy together. So many thins have changed about how we buy houses in NC!

Originally Posted at NCFHAExpert

Comments (3)

Eleanor Thorne
Equity Resources - Cary, NC
Equity Resources 919-649-5058

Yes, selling a home without a Realtor in this market is like Cutting your own hair - you could do it, but should you? No!

Aug 31, 2022 08:02 AM
Roy Kelley
Retired - Gaithersburg, MD

This is good information to share with families considering a move to the area.

Sep 01, 2022 02:57 AM
Nina Hollander, Broker
Coldwell Banker Realty - Charlotte, NC
Your Greater Charlotte Realtor

Good morning, Eleanor and Steve... although I've lived in Charlotte since 1998, I don't know much about Holly Springs... so enjoyed reading this post and learning a bit more about great places in NC.

Sep 01, 2022 07:30 AM