The Arbor Lea subdivision of Chapel Hill is welcoming its newest residents to 60 Meadow Run. They say there is no place like home, and for this home, there are no views quite like it either. Take a step on to its massive front lawn or simply take a moment to appreciate the scenery around you.
While we don’t want to imagine lacing up our winter boots or wrapping up in a wool scarf, the cooler months are on their way. That means there are just several weeks remaining for the summer activities that you love the most! For an exciting combination of nature, learning and outdoor exercise, you’ll want to give LYF SUP a try, or a paddle.
The Fourth of July in America means freedom, fireworks and copious amounts of fried food. That’s the perfect recipe for a holiday weekend. For anyone looking to fill up their long weekend with local festivities, you’ve come to the right place. Right in your backyard, neighboring Chatham County towns and communities are celebrating their American pride all weekend long.
It’s back and better than ever! The Jordan Lake 12-Hour Challenge takes Chatham County by storm on Saturday, April 13th at 7:00 a.m., challenging racers to see just how far they can go. As the fifth annual 12-Hour Challenge and the only 12-hour race in the Triangle, this unique event is a test of physical fitness and a front seat view to the beauty of Jordan Lake.
Potterstone Village encompasses 192 homes, including the newly “under contract” 61 Knobhill Lane. Listed at $280,000, this four-bedroom and two and a half-bathroom home is full of upgrades and ready for its newest residents. At 2,080 square feet, there’s plenty of living space to craft into your own.
Now that we are a few weeks into the New Year, you may be thinking, “What’s new for me to try?” Make this the year one to support local businesses in and around the Chatham County area. To start with, look no further than Pittsboro’s new addition, The Root Cellar. Located at 35 Suttles Road – Penguin Place, they are now open for a tasty breakfast, lunch or dinner experience!
A few weeks ago, you read about many of the fall festivals that are taking place in the Chatham County area. This week, we hope you are gearing up your anticipation and palate for the 10th Annual Pepperfest! Located at Briar Chapel’s Meadow Park in Chapel Hill on Sunday, September 24 from 3 p.m.-6 p.m., there is plenty of time left to plan your visit.
From mead to tea, August brings a variety of events to close out another successful summer in North Carolina. At the top of your list this summer should be a visit to the Honeysuckle Tea House, a Chapel Hill favorite. Enjoy locally grown tea in a unique environment, offering garden tours, educational workshops and, this August, Kids Yoga!
With St. Patrick’s Day just a few short weeks away, many of you may still be in search of that perfect pub or brewery. Thanks to a little help from “the luck of the Irish,” Carolina Brewery of Chapel Hill and Pittsboro hopes that you will be spending St. Patty’s Day weekend with them!
It’s October, which means it’s the perfect time of year to explore North Carolina’s top real estate locations. The Triangle Parade of Homes is renowned as North Carolina’s largest open house and features an array of beautiful, new homes in Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties. Take this FREE opportunity to visit any or all of the 250 homes on the tour.