Small Town with a Big Heart: Why you should build a new home in Holly Springs, NC

//Small Town with a Big Heart: Why you should build a new home in Holly Springs, NC
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Why you should build a new home in Holly Springs, NC

You may have never heard of Holly Springs, NC, but the name itself evokes some peaceful images that are indicative of life there. Located just southwest of Raleigh, Holly Springs made CNN Money’s 100 Top Places to Live list 10 years ago, and the area has grown exponentially since. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 24,661, over 2½ times its population in 2000. The best-kept secret is a secret no more! Here are some of the top reasons why you should make Holly Springs your new home.

Desirable Location

The city’s proximity to Highway 1 make it the ideal bedroom community. Whether you own your own business, or are helping someone else run theirs, it’s a great jumping off point for commuters. Many major companies reside in the nearby Research Triangle Park, including the likes of IBM, DuPont and Bayer, just to name a few.

Being in the heart of North Carolina also is an enviable asset. We’re only a short drive from beautiful beaches (just two hours east) and the awe-inspiring Blue Ridge Mountains (three hours west).

Small town amenities

Holly Springs is small, but big on perks! Spend a weekend browsing through the plentiful Farmer’s Market, or hike the 680-acre Harris Lake County Park. The park also boasts a volleyball court, fishing pier, and even a disc golf course. The character of Holly Springs reveals itself at local events, including the downtown Hollyfest (an annual festival) and Christmas Parade along Main Street.

Just minutes up the road, a number of excellent amenities are easily reached and include state art, history and natural sciences museums, performing arts venues, sports destinations and historic sites.

Kid Stuff

If you have children, their well-being is of your utmost concern. The area boasts excellent schools, and a recent survey showed 36 percent of Holly Springs high school students take at least one College Board AP exam each year — and the majority pass them.

Parks and recreation programming includes art, drama, music, athletics, nature and outdoor education, cooking, after-school and track-out care, fitness/wellness, dance and specialized recreation as well as summer camps.

We invite you to contact us today about our exciting new home community under construction in Holly Springs.