32 Bridle Path

603 Marian Way

We promised you more listings and we kept our word! Downtown Sanford is known for its quaint, small-town charm and its walkable streets, lined with local shopping, restaurants and historical landmarks. Our newest listing, 603 Marian Way is a 5-minute drive from the heart of downtown, or a 20-minute run, if you’re feeling ambitious.

147 Oldham Place

New listing alert! Firstly, this location will be hard to beat. Secondly, the custom accents will leave you speechless. 147 Oldham Place in Pittsboro is located on six acres, directly across the street from Chatham Park. When you aren’t wining, dining or shopping at MOSAIC at Chatham Park, a 350-acre, multiuse development, you’ll be enjoying all that your luxurious, custom built ranch home has to offer. Why wait on your dream home? Take the tour today!

Vendor Spotlight: Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation

Buying a home can be a daunting process. Paying for a home can seem even scarier. We’d like to take this opportunity to introduce you to one of our recommended mortgage services, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation in Garner. Not too frighten anyone off too soon, the term “mortgage” is actually derived from a French term, directly translating to “death pledge.” This effectively meant that the pledge would die when the debt was fully paid. In taking a pledge that serious, make sure you are taking it with someone you trust. We’ve got the number to call!

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5424 Whistling Duck Court

Like we’ve said, there’s more where that came from… New to the market, 5424 Whistling Duck Court in Raleigh won’t last long! Located in the Heather Glen development, this new home community features 45-half-acre to 2-acre lots spread out in a country setting. 8 miles south of downtown Raleigh, Heather Glen is a short commute […]

Dive the East

Adventurers travel far and wide to experience life underwater. By that, we mean snorkeling. Some fly hours to Belize, or Thailand or Bonaire. Some make the best of what is right in their backyard and yes, that means in North Carolina too. Snorkeling in North Carolina is a popular pastime and more accessible than you’d think. Before grabbing your passport, we recommend visiting one of these snorkeling spots on the coast of our great state!

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133 Windrush Lane

Looking to relocate to the Triangle area? We’ve got the listing to lock you in! New to the market, 133 Windrush Lane is located in the Ashton Hall subdivision of Durham. It’s stately, it’s brick and it’s close to Brier Creek shopping, eating and entertainment. At $485,000, this listing features 2,628 square feet of living area, four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. As a resident at Ashton Hall, you’ll have access to all community amenities, privacy and natural beauty of the neighborhood. Are you ready to take the tour?

Treat Yourself

Relax, unwind and re-center yourself. It’s tax season, which means that you are probably buried in work, paperwork or a combination of the two. But, it doesn’t have to be tax season for you to treat yourself. It can happen any day of the week, anytime of the year! Fortunately for you, Chatham County is home to many havens, places where you can get your mind off of life’s many stressors. You may find relaxation at the park, at the spa or right in front of the television. Read more

St. Patrick’s Days

There’s a new tradition on the docket for St. Patrick’s Day in 2022 – Jameson® Irish Whiskey will be turning the one-day holiday into a two-day spectacle. A double holiday for all the folks who missed the holiday over the past two years, make sure to double up on the green, double up on your luck. This year, it’s not “Happy St. Patrick’s Day,” it’s “Happy St. Patrick’s Days.” The first St. Patrick’s Day parade was held in the American colonies in New York City on March 17, 1762. Since then, Americans continue in celebrating what is the history, and the folklore, of St. Patrick himself. Get lucky in Chatham County this week!
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Follow the Yellow Brick Road

The Land of Oz Theme Park, it’s one of those pieces of North Carolina history that always leaves folks baffled – an abandoned theme park with big dreams, sitting untouched in the mountains. So, what’s the story behind it? Did Dorothy leave Oz and take all its inhabitants with her? It’s just one of those stories that adds to the uniqueness of our colorful state.
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