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862 Legacy Falls Drive South – Open House

February 28, 2024

This house is open! On Saturday, March 2 from 1:30 – 3 p.m., our team welcomes you to our open house event at 862 Legacy Falls Drive South in Chapel Hill. This listing has it all, but if you don’t take our word for it, come see for yourself! At four bedrooms and three bathrooms, this 3,086-square foot ranch home will be off the market before you know it. We hope to see you on Saturday!

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A Blind Date With 1716 NC-87

February 15, 2024

We’re in love. With whom, you might ask? Let us introduce you to our newest listing at 1716 NC-87 in Moncure, North Carolina. Chocolate expires, flowers wilt. Invest in a love that lasts, your new home. On 15.976 acres, this custom brick ranch home has room for all your loved ones. With three bedrooms and four bathrooms, everyone has a space to make their own. Are you ready for your blind date? Meet, 1716 NC-87…

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Wake Up, Chatham County!

January 30, 2024

Wake up, people! It’s 7 a.m. on a Monday morning, where are you stopping for coffee? Before you get back in line to support a national chain, think about drinking local instead. People’s Coffee in Pittsboro, located at 60 Mosaic Blvd., Suite 100, opened their doors in December of 2023. Like their flagship location in Durham, they are committed to fueling your morning routine.

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MythBusters – Disney in Chatham County

January 14, 2024

On this episode of MythBusters, we’re investigating the mysteries, legends and lure of your favorite household name, Disney. These myths have withstood the test of time, fueling the fanaticism of Disney fans. Behind the rumors, what’s actually true? Spoiler alert, the rumor you’ve being hearing about locally is true – Disney is coming to Chatham County!

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Our 2024 Vision Board

January 3, 2024

It’s the New Year! There’s still time to set your resolutions and goals for the next 365 days. Create your vision board for 2024. We’ve got some ideas to help you get started. Learn a new skill, meet new friends and challenge yourself!

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New Year, New Plans

December 13, 2023

Out with the old and in with the new! New Year’s Eve is a day to reflect on the good, the bad and everything in between from the past 365 days. Whatever 2023 taught you, take that and use it to make 2024 even better! For those of you ringing in the New Year in Chatham County, we’ve got recommendations for where and how to celebrate!

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‘Tis the Season for Takeout

December 7, 2023

For those of us who rely on frozen dinners and takeout to make it through the week, holiday home cooking can be a stressor. For those of us that can burn water, opt for an easier recipe. The holidays are not defined by how many hours you spent in the kitchen, but the quality of time spent with loved ones. Leave the cooking to the professionals and order your fully cooked holiday dinner from a restaurant near you!

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Merry, Jolly, Holly-days!

November 13, 2023

It’s the holliest, jolliest, merriest time of the year! This month, the streets of downtown will be lined with cheer in celebration of Pittsboro Holly Days. From November 19 through December 14, we look forward to sharing in the joy of the holiday season with our neighbors, our small businesses in the place we call home.

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Cozy at Home

October 30, 2023

There are scientific benefits to feeling cozy, and that starts at home. What makes a house feel like home? What makes a space feel cozy? According to the experts, the way our homes look can directly affect how we feel. While we all differ in our preferences and tastes, there are some overarching design trends that may be more likely to make you feel a bit closer home.

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(Trick or) Treat Yourself

October 16, 2023

How did trick-or-treating become a Halloween tradition? The century-old tradition we practice of ringing a doorbell and requesting treats has roots in ancient Celtic festivals, early Roman Catholic holidays and medieval practices. Through the years, the trick-or-treat industry has left its mark on commerce, with Americans spending an estimated $3.1 billion on Halloween candy, according to the National Retail Federation.

An empty bucket in hand, where is your family collecting tricks or treats? Instead of spending hours searching for the house with the good candy, stop by one of these community events for your fill!

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