Fall at the Pond

Fall is coming to a close & winter is just around the corner. We have had such a great fall season helping our clients and enjoying time with family and friends. We are looking forward to a great holiday season and 2019!

 

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

October Events Around the Triangle Area

Summer has come and gone, and Fall is here!  Time to get ready for cooler days, colorful leaves, football, and everything pumpkin spice!  If you are looking for things to do across the Triangle area, we have some ideas for you!

 

 

NC State Fair (10/11 to 10/21)

The highlight of the October events calendar has to be the NC State Fair.  This year, it is the 151st edition and it promises to be the best one yet!  The fair offers something for everyone! From 100+ free concerts, farm exhibits, deep-fried everything to the incredible fireworks each evening. More than a million visitors walk through the gates in Raleigh every fall—don’t miss out!

The NC State Fair Runs through October

Pumpkin Patches & Corn Mazes

There are lots of great places around the Triangle to pick out that perfect pumpkin and to get lost in a haunted corn maze.  Here are some of the area’s patches.

Ken’s Korny Corn Maze – Garner.

DJ’s Berry Patch and Farm Fresh Produce – Apex

The Family Farm on Avent Ferry – Holly Springs

Hipp Farms Corn Maze and Field of Fun – Fuquay-Varina

Phillips Farm Corn Maze and Haunted Farm – Cary

 

DJ's Berry Patch & Farm, Apex, NC
Find the Pumpkin

Football!!

Put on your red and white, dark blue or light blue and cheer your favorite college football team!  All three local ACC teams; Duke Carolina and NC State have several home dates during the month of October.

Hockey Action Renews

The puck drops on another season for the Carolina Hurricanes as they begin their quest for the Stanley Cup.  The Hurricanes kick off their home slate on October 4th against the New York Islanders and host the Rangers, Canucks, Avalanche, Sharks, Islanders, and Bruins in October.

Bike, Hike & Run

Take advantage of ideal running and cycling weather by exploring one of the local state parks, riding trails or cycling loops.  Use any of the Raleigh area’s 180 miles of greenways—many of them connecting to attractions and letting you travel all over the destination—or numerous other miles of trails traversing through parks, and you’ll find runners getting in workouts, cyclists out for leisurely rides, parents pushing strollers and people of all ages soaking up the fresh air. Below are some of our favorite spots to seek out solitude and sun!  Here are some great destinations to check out.

Fall is a Great Time for Biking Around the Triangle

Wine!

Sip and savor chardonnays, merlots, scuppernongs and more while you meet and greet the fascinating people who are forging N.C.’s reputation for quality wines at the North Carolina Wine Festival at North Hills (10/27). Enjoy delicious food, the opportunity to shop local businesses and purchase wines you like by the bottle and case, all while listening to three awesome bands jamming on the main stage.

About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

 

New Home Community: Regency at White Oak Creek by Toll Brothers

Looking for an active adult community?  This week, we are stopping by the Regency at White Oak Creek by Toll Brothers.  This is the only adult active community in Apex and features the best of everything in 50+ living. 

Active Lifestyle Communities

One of the fastest growing segments of the residential real estate market are so-called, “active adult”, “active lifestyle” or “50+” communities. These communities that cater to active adults looking for relaxed, stress-free single-floor homes in well-designed communities offering a variety of amenities and activities. Many of these communities offer extensive recreational center including; state-of-the-art fitness centers, club and hobby rooms, and events to grow and foster new relationships.

Throughout the Triangle area, there are a number of these communities that have popped up in recent years, attracting active adults primarily from the Northeast, Midwest and Mid-Atlantic state looking for warmer weather, lower taxes and proximity to the mountains and sea coast.

Regency at White Oak Creek by Toll Brothers

Introducing Regency at White Oak Creek

This week, we are visiting Regency at White Oak Creek by Toll Brothers, the only active living community in Apex.  Featuring luxurious single-family homes and first-class amenities including grand clubhouse, pool, fitness, trails, a full-time Lifestyle Director this community offers the best of everything.

 

 

Other Adult Active Communities

If you are considering an adult active community in the Triangle area, there are lots of options available!  Here are the links to some of our favorite communities:

Carolina Arbors by Del Webb

Creekside at Bethpage

Del Webb at Traditions

Fendol Farms Manor

Regency at White Oak Creek

The Courtyards at O’Kelly Chapel

Exercise Room at Regency at White Oak Creek by Toll Brothers

About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com  or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

September Events Across the Triangle

September is one of my favorite times of the year!  The weather is starting to get cooler and there are lots of things to do across the area.  The month of September boasts several great events across the Triangle; from music, beer, arts, motorcycles to pirates.  Yes…Pirates!

Here is a rundown of some the events top September events across the Triangle area:

 

Hopscotch Music Festival
Sept. 6-8
Over three days, nearly 150 bands across 12 venues in downtown Raleigh, the Hopscotch Music Festival has been named one of the can’t miss music events.   Headlining acts for this year include Grizzly Bear, Miguel, MC50, Liz Phair, Vic Mensa, The Flaming Lips, Nile Rogers & Chic and more.

Hopscotch Music Festival

 

Beericana Craft Beer and Music Festival
Sept. 8
The fifth annual Beericana Craft Beer and Music Festival will take place
Saturday, Sept. 8, again at Sugg Farm Park in Holly Springs! This event features more than 70 breweries, nearly 20 local area food trucks and live music from many local area bands. A portion of the proceeds from Beericana goes to support the N.C. Craft Brewers Guild and other nonprofits.

Beericana

SPARKcon 2018
Sept. 13-16
SPARKcon, the totally-weird, totally-awesome creativity festival that takes over downtown Raleigh each Sept., is truly a grassroots event. The “for the people, by the people” approach uses an open-source planning process that allows more than 2,000 artists to be involved each year. Dance, fashion, music, film, food—if you can name it, you can find an event for it at the festival that spans nearly 15 city blocks.

Apex Music Festival
Sept. 15

Apex Music Festival

Now in its eighth year, the Apex Music Festival attracts thousands of fans to historic downtown Apex to enjoy live music, street vendors, food trucks, beer and wine and an eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. Three outdoor stages and one indoor theater will host a variety of acts from local, regional and national performers from many musical genres—rock, folk, R&B, bluegrass, country and more. This year’s line up includes Shawn Mullins, Brass-A-Holics, Johnny Folsom 4, Beth Wood, David Lamotte the Johnny Orr Band and many, many more artists.

BugFest
Sept. 15
Experience more than 100 exhibits, crafts, games and activities at BugFest, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ annual event that lets you interact with entomologists and other scientists while learning about the fascinating world of bugs. Featuring the ever-popular Café Insecta, where the brave can sample buggy dishes prepared by local chefs. The best part? The event is totally free for the expected 35,000 attendees. This year’s theme: crayfish and other crustaceans!

Centerfest Arts Festival 
Sept. 15-16
As Durham’s signature arts festival, CenterFest showcases juried visual
artists from near and far, and fills multiple stages with music, dance, and more from local performers. 

CenterfestSerious art shoppers will be dazzled by world-class ceramics, paintings, jewelry, fiber art, woodwork, and everything in between – much of it from Durham and Triangle-based creators. Singers, dance troupes, choirs, bands, jugglers, magicians, and performers of every stripe will provide continuous entertainment throughout the weekend.

Kids will have a blast at the Creative Kids Zone, food vendors will keep guests fueled for fun, and Durham’s inspiring nonprofit and government services sector will be on hand connecting with the community they serve. It all takes place in the heart of Durham’s historic downtown, a hub of local businesses and foodie culture that elevates the visitor experience!

Capital City Bikefest
Sept. 21-23
The country’s largest downtown motorcycle rally, this three-day, family-friendly event featuring musical performances, parades and plenty of sweet rides is tough to miss (and impossible not to hear!) in downtown Raleigh. Bike competitions, a tattoo festival, a classic car show, food trucks and much, much more are big draws for wildly diverse crowd. See Bikefest

City of Oaks Pirate Fest
Sept. 22
Ahoy, mateys! 2018 marks 300 years since the notorious pirate Blackbeard roamed the Carolina coast and lost his life—and his head—in a fight with British soldiers. At the City of Oaks Pirate Fest, held at the North Carolina Museum of History, you’ll learn more about the history of pirates in N.C., plus you’ll get to meet Captain Blackbeard, engage in sword fights, feast at local food trucks, participate in a costume contest, take on arts and crafts projects and more!

International Bluegrass Music Association’s World of Bluegrass Week
Bluegrass Ramble, Sept. 25-27
29th Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards Show, Sept. 27
PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass, Sept. 28-29
The arrival of a toe-tappin’, banjo-strummin’ week of non-stop bluegrass in downtown Raleigh is one of the most anticipated times of the year. International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) brings their Business Conference, along with the world’s most talented bluegrass musicians, to Raleigh the last week of September.
Those musicians perform in clubs for the Bluegrass Ramble, on street corners and in hotel lobbies—anywhere they can have a jam session throughout the week.

Bluegrass Festival

The week is capped off with the International Bluegrass Music Awards Show on Thurs. night, then the weekend PNC presents Wide Open Bluegrass, a two-day festival that sets up five stages of free music, a dance tent, a barbecue championship, tons of art vendors and more. The ticketed Main Stage at Red Hat Amphitheater will feature Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder with a guest appearance by Patty Loveless, a special collaboration between Alison Brown, Becky Buller, Sierra Hull, Missy Raines and Molly Tuttle (with guest appearances by Gillian Welch and Rhiannon Giddens), Leftover Salmon, The Earls of Leicester presented by Jerry Douglas, The Gibson Brothers and more.

 

N.C. Pride at Night Festival and Celebration
Sept. 29
Thirty years ago, Raleigh’s first Gay Pride celebration was held on Sat., June 25, 1988. Participants, numbering more than 2,000, gathered at North Carolina State University’s Memorial Belltower on Hillsborough St. and marched to Capitol Square. On Sept. 29, 2018, participants will again honor the past and celebrate the future with a free street festival outside of Legends Nightclub, a leader in LGBT nightlife in the Raleigh area for more than 25 years. Raleigh NC Pride

Durham NC Pride Parade
The NC Pride Parade is the Tar Heel state’s annual gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered festival, taking place each year in Durham. The parade draws thousands of costumed marchers alongside decorated floats and vehicles. Additional activities include a 5k run, festival vendors, speeches, and parties taking place around the Triangle. It’s a great opportunity to support an inclusive community. Visit event website.

More Information on September events in Raleigh checkout VisitRaleigh.com

More Information on September events in Durham check out the Durham events calendar.

About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.

Wake Forest: A Metropolitan Feel, Small Town Charm

Welcome to Wake Forest

Situated less than 10 miles north of Raleigh, Wake Forest is a prime location for anyone wishing to enjoy a quality way of life with all the benefits of city living.

History

The town began in 1832 when the North Carolina Baptist Convention, intent on establishing an educational institute to train future ministers, purchased

Downtown Wake Forest

Dr. Calvin Jones’ 615-acre plantation north of the existing community of Forestville for $2,000.  The commercial and residential growth allowed the community to be incorporated on March 26, 1880, as the Town of Wake Forest College. The college and the town thrived together through good times and bad until shortly after the end of World War II when it was announced the college would move to Winston-Salem. Happily, the Southern Baptist Convention decided to locate its new seminary in Wake Forest, and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shared the campus with the college until it moved in 1956.

Beginning in the 1990s and continuing today, Wake Forest has seen an explosive growth in its population, now has close to 30,000 residents with expectations of growing to 40,000. New subdivisions have been built, and the town boundaries now run from – and into – Franklin County on the north to the Neuse River on the south, from west of U.S. 1 on the west to just shy of U.S. 401 on the east.

Wake Forest Today

Today, Wake Forest has grown into a thriving community, offering residents and visitors diverse economic and cultural opportunities.  From art galleries and specialty shops to coffee companies and consignment boutiques, Downtown Wake Forest is a vibrant, charming, historical and happening place to visit.

Shop at The Cotton Company or the N.C. Specialty Shops, where you make

Downtown Wake Forest

your own gift basket of Tarheel souvenirs. Stroll through other shops and art galleries dotting the 100-year-old town’s historic downtown commercial district. Grab a bite to eat and shop at Sugar Magnolia Cafe or grab a hot dog at Shorty’s Famous Hot Dogs, a family-owned business since 1916.  You can also grab a beverage at White Street Brewing Co. is Wake Forest’s hometown brewery. Specializing in classic styles, White Street crafts a variety of authentic beers that are suitable for all tastes.

For the sports enthusiast, The Factory offers ice rinks, a skate park, indoor soccer, an inflatable playground, miniature golf and go-carts–while Heritage Golf Club offers the best in play any time of the year.

Links

Official Town Website

Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce

Discover Downtown Wake Forest

Wake Forest Arts Council


About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.

Morrisville – The Heart of the Triangle

Chamber of Commerce

Morrisville lives up to its tagline and truly is the “Heart of the Triangle”.  Due to its central location, proximity to RDU International Airport and I-40 and I-540, Morrisville is an ideal location for people looking to commute to the Research Triangle Park, downtown Durham or Raleigh.

Things to Do in Morrisville 

The town is home to many festivals family-friendly activities and attractions.

Want shopping?  Park West Village is a new 100-acre, 750,000 square foot mixed-use development that includes a town center district, a community center with sought-after major retail anchors, upscale casual restaurants, and a movie theater, all of which will be mixed with residential, office and hospitality.

Up for the challenge? Take your getaway to new heights at Triangle Rock

Logo

Club, featuring multiple types of indoor climbing including bouldering. This massive gym, with a 55-foot climb, a lead-climbing cave, bouldering and much more is the biggest and tallest gym in five states, and one of the largest in the Southeast.

Looking for nature?  Gaze upon N.C. wildlife at Crabtree Creek Nature Park, a 34-acre wooded and wetland park site with walking trails and a nature center.

Up for sports?  Discover recreational opportunities at the 37-acre Cedar Fork District Park, with fields for playing soccer, football, throwing a frisbee and more. Catch a game from the only cricket league in the area at Shiloh Park.

Foodies will love to taste dishes and experience cultures from around the globe, all in one place, at the East Meets West Festival in Sept.

Train Depot

Historical Snapshot
  • Morrisville was named for Jeremiah Morris who donated three acres of land to the North Carolina Railroad in 1852 for a water station, woodshed, and other buildings in support of the railroad. The deed transaction is believed to be on November 30, 1852, which references Crabtree Creek.
  • Jeremiah Morris established the first post office in March of 1852 and became the first postmaster of Morrisville.
  • On April 13, 1865, one of the last battles of the civil war took place in Morrisville.
  • By the early 1870s, the Morrisville area supported at least six general stores, Baptist and Christian churches, a hotel, a steam sawmill, a cabinetmaker, a lawyer, and four physicians.
  • Morrisville’s original charter was ratified on March 3, 1875.
  • Morrisville was re-chartered on April 3, 1947.
  • Morrisville’s population in 1990 was 1,022.
  • Morrisville’s population in 2015 was 24,699 as determined by a Special Census.

Business District

Links

Official Town Website

Morrisville Chamber of Commerce

Park West Village

For Additional Information on the Town of Morrisville, NC

Visit Raleigh.com

Town of Morrisville History

 


About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived.  We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.

Fuquay-Varina: Come for a day or stay for a lifetime

When I first moved to the Raleigh area, someone suggested that we have

lunch at a restaurant in “Few Quay” or was is “Phew-Kay”? With a correct pronunciation of /ˈfjuːkweɪ vəˈriːnə/, (thanks, Wikipedia). Fuquay-Varina or Fuquay for short, located just 15 minutes south of Raleigh, has flourished into a vibrant, family-friendly community. Its population has doubled in the past 10 years to over 25,000 citizens making it one of the fastest growing towns in North Carolina!

Downtown Fuquay-Varina

 

Originally, visitors from near and far traveled to the quaint town that is today called Fuquay-Varina seeking the healing powers of the Fuquay Mineral Spring. With 2 beautiful downtown districts, an abundance of charm, a rich history and plenty to see and do, Fuquay-Varina offers a dash more to those seeking an adventure. AAward-winning breweries, a thriving art scene, authentic festivals, entertaining outdoor concerts, exceptional shopping and dining that is more fun than formal – you’ll find it in Fuquay-Varina!

The Story of Fuquay-Varina
Fuquay-Varina, first known as “Piney Woods,” acquired her unusual names from the fates of history. Among the early land grant

Downtown Fuquay-Varina

families were the Burts, Joneses, and Rowlands, but it was a French veteran of the Revolutionary War named William Fuquay who moved his family to the exact site, purchasing 1000 acres of Jones Land in 1805.

 

While plowing a field, circa 1858, William’s son Stephen or grandson David Crockett uncovered a mineral spring. “Taking the waters” became an attraction for people with all types of physical ailments, leading to the annual celebrations at the spring on Easter Monday and the Fourth of July. Conveniently, the early timber rail provided a ready means of transportation while hotels, catering to long-term visitors, surrounded the spring.
Varina
During the “War for Southern Independence,” a young soldier named

Ballentine, born just south of the spring, received morale-boosting letters signed with the pen name “Varina.” He later looked up the Fayetteville lady, married her and brought her to live at his homeplace. Continuing to call her Varina, he named his post office and

Balloon Festival Memorial Day Weekend

mercantile establishment across from the mineral spring for her. When two timber rail lines crossed nearby, “Varina Station” was born.

 

In the early 1900’s tobacco farmers, fleeing the Granville wilt devastating their crops, began migrating into Southern Wake County. Their “golden weed” fostered a large commercial tobacco market. Railroads flourished and traffic flowed along Main Street in Fuquay Springs and around the Broad Street station, now known simply as Varina.

Fuquay-Varina

Splash Pad

Fuquay Springs, incorporated in 1909, joined the neighboring community of Varina in 1963 as 1 municipality. Since that time, Fuquay-Varina has become one of the fastest growing small towns in North Carolina. The town with the hyphenated name and 2 historic districts has been able to successfully retain its small-town charm while successfully adding modern amenities and rewarding business opportunities that have attracted residents from all over the United States.

Links

Official Town Website

Fuquay-Varina Chamber of Commerce

Downtown Fuquay-Varina

Fuquay-Varina Arts Council

Fuquay-Varina Town Hall

Information provided by Fuquay-Varina Historical Society


About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.
We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.
We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.

Cary Is Your New Hometown, Not Home City

Cary Town Hall

Cary is located in Western Wake County, only 15 minutes from downtown Raleigh and one that is frequently ranked on many “Best Of” lists.  My first contact with Cary was in 2004.  My wife and I decided to move to the Raleigh area and we had decided that Cary would be the place that we would move our family.  When I told a friend that had some knowledge of the Raleigh area that we were moving to Cary, he looked at me with a smirk and said, “so you’re moving to the Containment Area.”

Cary has a reputation for drawing Yankees and people from other areas to its town limits.  The running joke is that Cary actually stands for “Containment Areas for Relocated Yankees.”  What attracts people from other areas is that Cary

Downtown Cary

offers a quality of life sought by many. It doesn’t hurt, of course, that Cary consistently is mentioned among the nation’s top cities, being recognized as one of the Safest Places to Live in America, Best Places to Retire and Best Places to Raise a Family in the United States.

 

Even though Cary has grown from a small town into one of the larger communities in North Carolina, Cary offers a small-town atmosphere and a proximity to Raleigh, the Research Triangle Park, and the RDU International Airport.  Cary provides a variety of enjoyable and economical recreational, sports, environmental, historical and cultural arts programs and services. Indulge yourself in the enticing, natural beauty waiting on one of the 39 greenway trails open sunrise to sunset and providing more than 70 miles of recreational amenities for walking, jogging and bicycling in a natural setting.

Links

Official Town Website

Cary Chamber of Commerce

Heart of Cary Association

Cary Arts Council

Lazy Days Festival

About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.
We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.
We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.

Briar Chapel by Garman Homes: More than Just a Community, More than Just a Home

Stop #2 of our New Home Community Series and this week we have stopped in at one of my favorite communities in the Triangle, Briar Chapel.  If you are looking for a lifestyle community this is one that you definitely need to check out.

Briar Chapel is ALL about the amenities!  Whether you are into exploring vast trails, parks, relaxing by the pool or pumping some iron, this community has it!

Today, our host in Janice Nesbitt with Garman Homes.  Garman is one of the builders here at Briar Chapel and has many offerings across their various collections.  In Briar Chapel, you can score a Garman Home from the $230’s in the Fresh Paint collection to the $330’s in their Southern Collection.  Janice and Kelly introduce the model home at Briar Chapel and talk about what Garman and Briar Chapel have to offer.

 


About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.
We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.
We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.


All you need to do is ask around… Holly Springs is a great place to live and work!

Holly Springs Government Complex

During the past 20 years, Holly Springs has transformed itself into one of the most attractive communities in the Triangle.  Whether it is the town’s balance of commercial and residential development, its reasonable land prices coupled with its proximity to urban centers, or its small-town charm, new residents and businesses continue to be attracted to Holly Springs.

Quality of Life

Tink Park and North Main Street Athletic Complex

All you need to do is ask around… Holly Springs is a great place to live and work. no matter your age or favorite hobby, opportunities to enjoy life are abundant in and around town.  Featuring its North Main Street Athletic Complex, which boasts a 1,800 seat multi-sport stadium, Ting Park, and is home to the Holly Springs Salamanders, a collegiate baseball team that is part of the Coastal Plain League.  The complex boats synthetic turf soccer fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and hosts various concerts, festivals and other events.

Among the Best Cities in America

Education, public safety, and quality of life remain the most important goals for Holly Springs and it shows!! Holly Springs has won numerous awards and has received numerous honors that reflect the achievement of these goals:

Park Earns Honor from Tennis Magazine. Tennis Industry magazine named North Main Athletic Complex (now Ting Park) as the Public Park of the Year

Holly Springs Among 2016 Best Small Cities in America  WalletHub

Bloomberg Businessweek: The Best Place to Raise Kids in North Carolina

Events

The character of Holly Springs truly can be sensed at the many local events, including the downtown Christmas

Hollyfest

Parade along Main Street, the Farmers Market, and the annual fall festival, Hollyfest.  This free annual town festival includes rides and inflatables, live entertainment, arts and crafts vendors, children’s activities and games, and more!

 

Ready for Business

Holly Springs is just not a sleepy bedroom community. Holly Springs and the Research Triangle Region are very fortunate to have a diverse economic base. Our universities, health care systems, and state and local governments offer a strong and stable base, while our technology-focused private sector adds the potential for rapid expansion in employment and wages. In the past several years, Holly Springs has attracted a number of multi-national and regional businesses including; the Novartis flu vaccine manufacturing facility, Rex Healthcare, and Pierce Group Benefits.

Links

Official Town Website

Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce 

Bass Lake Park

Holly Springs Farmers Market

Bass Lake

About Log Pond Realty @ RE/MAX United

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you with assisting you to write your new story.
We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.
We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest and Garner.