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Come home for the holidays to this traditional-style 4-bed, 2.5-bath home nestled in the Pittsboro subdivision, Eagle’s Ridge. This 3-story custom home features a plethora of desirable amenities, one of which being the privacy provided by the surrounding hardwood forest. With 11.29 acres of land and 3,794 square feet of property, there is plenty of room for all your holiday decorations and for Santa’s sleigh to land!
We invite you to take a look inside 843 Talon Drive. Welcome home!
Time to say “goodbye” to your jack-o’-lanterns and “hello” to your favorite holiday decorations. As November leads into December, fill your calendar with the many seasonal activities going on in the Chatham County area. For starters, we hope to see you at The Root Cellar’s Gingerbread Decorating events throughout the month of December. Additionally, they will be offering pre-ordered, scratch-made Thanksgiving dinners to kick off the holiday season. For the next two months, and beyond, The Root Cellar invites you to make yourself right at home.
You’ve ordered the signature pumpkin spice latte at your favorite cafe. You’ve passed dozens of Halloween decorations in the aisles of the department store. You’ve even started thinking about costume ideas and exploring the internet for some unique inspiration. Fall is in the air and on your mind, but are you ready for Halloween?
North Carolina’s own largest open house will be opening up this weekend and running from October 6-7, 12-14 and 19-21 from 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
You read it right, your favorite food “meats” a classic fall celebration at The Root Cellar’s 7th Annual Porkapalooza. With seven years in the making, be assured that the porky deliciousness just keeps getting better every year. On Saturday, October 6th from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m., enjoy a taste of Pittsboro’s cuisine at The Root Cellar and neighbor House of Hops. Located at 35 Suttles Road in Pittsboro, the fun won’t be hard to find. Just follow your nose…and your appetite. We look forward to seeing you there!
The weather starts cooling off, the leaves begin to change and it becomes obvious that fall is in the air. Just because the seasons are changing does not mean you can’t keep exploring the great North Carolina outdoors. As a matter of fact, the Haw River is still flowing and still welcomes you for a visit. If you have not stopped by in a while, there are many changes to the recreational areas that may stand out to you. For nature lovers, the fun continues as the progress towards uniting public enjoyment and conservation together perseveres.
Fresh to the market, this 2013 craftsman-style home is more than welcoming with premium features and charming décor. Located at 112 Freeman Drive, Pittsboro, NC 27312, you’ll find that this single family home has much more to offer than what’s on the outside. Nestled in Pittsboro’s Powell Place neighborhood, it’s an easy commute to Research Triangle Park, renowned universities, Jordan Lake and historic downtown Pittsboro. Listed for $335,000, take a look and see why this 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home could be your next!
We all know that Jordan Lake State Recreation Area is a popular hub for many summer activities – bald eagle watching, fishing, swimming and hiking, to name a few. End the summer on a high note with a day spent on your very own Jordan Lake rental boat, courtesy of Crosswinds Boating Center. From April 15th to September 14th, they encourage you to come and visit Jordan Lake’s only marina located on the lake. It’s the easiest – and quickest – way for you to get out onto the water!
In North Carolina’s culinary world, diners and restaurants alike pride themselves on local eating. Somehow, the closer to home the food is grown, the better it tastes. At the Pickle Jar Cafe in Pittsboro, that statement could not be truer. In supporting local farmers and sustainability, their impact in the community runs much deeper than delicious meals.