What can we say? At first glance, 145 Oldham Place leaves us absolutely speechless. Located 15.79 acres directly across from Chatham Park, this regal estate will have your jaw dropping at every turn. At three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, there’s enough space for all of your holiday guests to make an appearance. A real Chatham County treasure, you won’t want to miss an opportunity to check this home out!
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Just sold, this spacious, craftsman-style cottage features a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath floorplan. With a cozy porch, courtyard and patio, the exterior is on par with the elegance of the interior: hardwood floors, granite counters and upgraded cabinets.
This 3-bedroom, 2-bath ranch home is located within Pittsboro’s Magnolia Trace subdivision. A certified ENERGY STAR home, 78 Trace Drive also boasts its premier outdoor spaces and close proximity to downtown!
Is it fall yet? October is rounding the corner, which means the season of Oktoberfest is among us. Many years ago, in the year of 1810, Crown Prince Louis, who would become King Louis I of Bavaria, invited the citizens of Munich, Germany to his marriage celebration in front of the city gates, including a horse race, a feast and the origins of Oktoberfest. Though much has changed in the past 200 years, the spirit of community gathering remains unchanged. Today, Oktoberfest is celebrated in various forms worldwide from late September through early October, with an average consumption of one million gallons of beer annually. The tradition lives on in Chatham County on October 2. Cheers!
Did you know that the oldest house paints were made of milk, lime and honey? In fact, King Tut’s tomb was painted with milk-based paint. We aren’t saying you need to head to the farmer’s market to gather supplies for a new exterior look, but it’s nice to learn new trivia! The color of your house can say a lot. For example, historically speaking, a red door has symbolized a safe stop for travelers or having fully paid off a mortgage. Whatever statement you are looking to make, Parks Painting invites the Pittsboro, Chapel Hill and surrounding communities to “roll with the best.”
Without the hassle of buying a plane ticket, packing your bags and braving the airport lines, you can experience global cuisines in Chatham County. How, you may ask? The Travelling Cafe of Pittsboro offers prepared meals, cooking classes and catering menus to quench your thirst for exploration. This fall, enroll in one of their public cooking classes and learn how to incorporate adventure into your weeknight menu offerings.
Fresh to the Pittsboro real estate market, 68 Margaret Mann Way should make it to the top of your wish list as a prospective buyer. Just listed this week at $650,000, vacancy at this property won’t last long. Sitting atop one acre of landscaped, wooded land, your serene escape is outside your own door. Call Manns Crossing subdivision your new neighborhood and 68 Margaret Mann Way your new address!
Budget Blinds of Durham, Cary and North Raleigh captures your style at a fraction of the cost. Providing “style and service for every budget®,” their team is servicing all of your blinds, shades, shutters and drapes needs. Not sure what you are looking for yet? Budget Blinds offers a free in-home or virtual consultation to discuss options for window treatments. Also available in the Chatham County area, Budget Blinds is here to support you and your vision for your home, helping you select from a wide variety of products at unbeatable prices. Let’s do some window shopping!
On June 25, a season of celebration continues for the residents of Chatham County. What are we celebrating, you may ask? Chatham County’s 250th anniversary, of course! With a history this rich, you may need to spend the night to soak it all in. Over the course of 2021, Chatham County will be celebrating its 250th anniversary with a series of five themed events: Chatham County History of Communities of Color May – June , Great Chatham County Camp Out June 26-27, Agriculture Photo Contest on August 1, Sidewalk Chalk Festival on September 11 and the Chatham 250 Parade/Caravana on October 23.
The weather is warmer, flowers are in bloom and students are readying themselves for the reward of summer vacation. All indicators that the months of June, July and August are upon us are reflected in an appetite for dining outdoors, passing an afternoon on the porch or constructing the ultimate neighborhood waterslide in the backyard. Spending more time at home means spending more time mixing lemonade, freezing popsicles and readying for summer barbecues in the kitchen. Schneider Stone is making your granite, marble and quartz countertop dreams come true. Like they say, “Nothing compares to the beauty of natural stone!”