Pittsboro, Chatham County, NC – Every house tells a story. This story is about 442 Churchwood Lane and it’s called The Charmed Life.
The Charmed Life in a Small Town
Picture yourself sitting by the fireplace, a cracking blaze warming your feet.
From your easy chair, you can see out into the yard. A white picket fence encloses an expanse of lawn. Birds pick at berries and fruits that have dropped from the trees and shrubs. The sky gets bright behind the old village of Pittsboro.
442 Churchwood Lane – Cozy and Affordable
Cozy. That’s the word for 442 Churchwood Lane. And affordable. That’s the word for 2012.
My newest listing in the Willow Springs Subdivision a few minutes from the 15-501/64 circle. Easy walk to Virlie’s for lunch. Barely worth driving.
This home packs a lot of value into a small space:
- 3 bedrooms
- 3.5 baths
- Nearly 3/4 of an acre, fenced
- Fireplace in the living room
- Vaulted ceiling
- Lovely back deck
- 1700 square feet of charm and convenience
2001 construction, heat pump, city sewer and water, eat-in kitchen plus a dining room.
If you’ve been looking for a home near the heart of small town, convenient to everything but private and serene, 442 Churchwood Lane could be the house for you.
Listed for $165,000.
The Pleasures of Pittsboro
Founded in 1787, Pittsboro is the seat of Chatham County and named for William Pitt the Younger, a member of British Parliament and a supporter of colonial American rights.
History is still present in Pittsboro today, but it’s also the modern hub of a thriving community.
From your snug home on Churchwood Lane, you can take the kids to school, grab coffee, get a haircut, do some business at the Chamber of Commerce, grab lunch at Virlie’s or General Store Cafe, take a class, get exercise or buy the kids an ice cream cone.
That’s your neghborhood if you live at 442 Churchwood Lane.
More on the Pleasures of Pittsboro.
The Charms of Chatham County
Chatham County anchors the south western corner of the Triangle, one of the most dynamic regions in the country.
But if Raleigh and Durham are bustling urban centers, Chatham County is the gateway to fresh air, farms, small towns and mighty rivers. Some say it’s the best of both worlds.
In Chatham County, you can go boating on Jordan Lake, kayaking on the Haw River, catch some music on the back porch at Bynum or Sharpe’s Store in Bear Creek. You could have Sunday Dinner at Celebrity Dairy, spend a day in the arts district of Siler City or go for a ride on the New Hope Valley Railroad.
Read more about Chatham County.
The fenced in property on .72 of an acre is park-like with wonderful fruit trees, berries & grapes. This property is great for entertaining, gardening and fun. And the kids will also love the play-set in the back yard.
This 1,700 sq. ft. home has an open floor plan, an oversized family room with cathedral ceilings, and a fireplace. The impressive kitchen has a center island with eat-in area, ready for family gatherings.
Great location in Pittsboro. Only 15 minutes to Beaver Creek shopping center and easy access to 15-501, Hwy 64, and Jordan Lake.
- Square Feet: 1,700
- Bedrooms: 3
- Bathrooms: 2.5
- .72 acres of fenced in yard
- Price: $175.000
- MLS: #1814462
Get in touch for more information about this fabulous home.
Julie Roland Realty, Inc.
Julie Roland, Owner/Broker
See more pictures at MLS #1814462.