This beautiful piece of property you are looking at is sitting on two acres of scenic Chatham County land. Listed at $565,000, this Pittsboro home boasts four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, there’s much more to this home than just space. Just minutes away from local shopping and Jordan Lake, there really is no place like home, especially when it’s this private and cozy.
The weather starts cooling off, the leaves begin to change and it becomes obvious that fall is in the air. Just because the seasons are changing does not mean you can’t keep exploring the great North Carolina outdoors. As a matter of fact, the Haw River is still flowing and still welcomes you for a visit. If you have not stopped by in a while, there are many changes to the recreational areas that may stand out to you. For nature lovers, the fun continues as the progress towards uniting public enjoyment and conservation together perseveres.
If you are familiar with the Haw River or the Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company, you know that adventure is right around the bend. Offering canoe, kayak and stand-up paddleboard rentals, they can assure you that your 3 to 11-mile journey will be a memorable one.
Keep reading and you’ll find out how your afternoon brunch could be that much better with the help of Haw River Canoe & Kayak Company. Waffles – anyone?
The Haw River Canoe & Kayak Co. has been introducing paddlers to one of the Piedmont region’s most dynamic rivers in the form of canoes, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards. Trips cover 3 to 11-mile segments of the river and vary from Alamance County to Chatham County. Guided trips offer a wide range of lessons for both beginner and experienced individuals. Summer camps and courses are also offered for those who have a peaked interest in both the sport and the river itself.
Before you know it, school will be back in session and summer will be over. Take advantage of those long, warm days and spend them at your new favorite outdoor summer camp. With the help of this summer camp guide, you will leave no adventure unexplored!
Pittsboro, NC – Labor Day weekend is a good time to start thinking about Autumn. This Fall, I think I’d like to explore more of the Haw River, upstream from Chatham County. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – Just a short post about a Haw River hike on Sunday, January 13, 2013. Read more
Pittsboro, NC – Do you canoe? I do. I also kayak and enjoy a river rafting trip, too. Here’s a short guide to paddling the Haw in Chatham County. Read more
The Haw River Festival is celebrating its 22nd year of exceptional local music, environmental education activities, local art, and unique children’s activities. This event, this year on May 7, is one of the Triangle’s premiere outdoor spring environmental festivals.
Best of all: it’s free.