Pittsboro, NC – Come join me for an open house on Saturday, November 13th from 4:00 until 7:00 featuring some of Chatham County’s finest local wine.
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Pittsboro, NC – The New Hope Valley Railway, one of Chatham County’s most popular attractions, has several upcoming events over the next few weeks providing holiday fun and entertainment for the entire family.
Chatham County, NC – We all know and love Chatham County for it’s wonderful lakes, rivers, walking trails and parks, not to mention it’s unique houses and homes. But did you know that Chatham is also part of North Carolina’s blossoming wine industry? Here are three wineries you can visit without ever leaving Chatham County.
Pittsboro, NC – Halloween is one holiday everybody loves. It’s about more than just candy and costumes (although those are good). Here’s a few ideas for ways to celebrate the Spooky Season outdoors.
Pittsboro, NC- Beautiful 5858 sq. ft. custom home set amidst a 5 acre secluded, wooded lot in the Hawfields subdivision in Pittsboro. The market is full of nice houses, but you’ll fall in love with all the special features of this stunning, two-story traditional charmer including green construction and a full guest apartment with separate […]
Pittsboro, NC – I work and live in Monterrane, and I love it here. But one question I hear often from folks is how exactly do you spell Monterrane? There seems to be some debate about that. The joke is that even the locals don’t know how to spell it.
———————————————————————————————————————– Sold. See more of my listings under Homes & Land. ———————————————————————————————————————– Pittsboro, NC- Gorgeous 2394 sq. ft. traditional two-story home in the beautiful Bobcat Point subdivision of Pittsboro. Affordable, country living!
I sell houses. Houses need furniture. And some of the finest North Carolina furniture and collectibles can be found in Pittsboro and Chatham County antique stores.
Pittsboro, NC – Just a few miles from my house in Monterrane is the wild and beautiful Haw River. One of the most beautiful things about it is the Haw River Assembly, a non-profit citizen’s group founded in 1982 to restore and protect the Haw River and Jordan Lake. Right now, HRA is busily gearing […]
Chapel Hill, NC – West Franklin Street might just be the Triangle’s Restaurant Row. From Columbia Street to S. Graham, it’s one interesting eatery next to another. There are still some old favorites on West Franklin. But turnover is high in the restaurant business and I was surprised at how many cool looking new places […]