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!
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!
It may be early in the week, but we have our sights set on the weekend. Friday is closer than it was yesterday! This Saturday, January 29, Chatham County is honoring some of its favorite inhabitants, animal wildlife. A biodiverse region, Pittsboro’s Starrlight Mead and Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge are hosting events to showcase some of the many species that call North Carolina home. Get to know your neighbors, even the ones with feathers or hooves!
Take a step back into the past. In the heart of historic downtown Pittsboro, located at 85 Hillsboro St., transport your taste buds to simpler times, with bursting flavors of both savory and sweet. Since 1997, S&T’s Soda Shoppe has been a neighborhood staple. With a deep-rooted history in North Carolina, dating back to the 1880s, they are still a local favorite today. We hope you saved room for dessert!
We all know that North Carolina has much to offer; however, it’s home to only one known plane crash site. Tucked in the Great Smoky Mountains, Waterrock Knob Trail is your literal road to ruin. A highly-rated trail for hikers and explorers alike, the trail is two miles roundtrip, located at the highest elevation on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The closest city being Waynesville, the area has a remote feel to it, making it the perfect spot for stargazing, bird watching and complete immersion in nature. Of course, its most unnatural feature is its plane crash site.
2021, it’s a year in the books! Across Chatham County, we shared in the joy of making real estate dreams come true. The theme of the year – SOLD. As we shift into the New Year, we want to take a moment to reflect on a year of successes, all because of you. We’re highlighting a few of our favorites from the past year and are looking forward to sharing more listings with you in 2022!
The arts connect a community. Despite the struggles of many due to the pandemic, the Chatham County arts community is starting 2022 strong. Sing along to a musical, follow along to a play, enjoy arts in your backyard! January is packed with opportunities to experience live music and theater, get your tickets today!
There’s nothing like the magic of holiday lights, but holiday lights are nothing without electricity. What a ~ shocking ~ notion! In continuing our Best of Chatham series, we recognize M.R. Stoner Electric, Inc. for their contributions to the Chatham County community since 1992. Their motto, “a customer not just one time, but for a lifetime,” is a testament to their belief in quality, consistent customer service. Located in Sanford, M.R. Stoner Electric services Chatham, Cumberland, Harnett, Lee, Moore, Orange and Wake counties.
And, just like that, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. In Chatham County, all is merry and bright. You’ve finished your last of the Thanksgiving leftovers and are preparing for a festive frenzy during the month of December. Loved ones may be visiting, you may have time off of work, you may be in the market for a holiday activity that does not require driving to the North Pole. Hop on our sleigh and we’ll guide you in navigating your to-do list!
Sure, the calendars just flipped into November, but the holiday season is on its way. With meals to prepare, plans to organize and gifts to purchase, get a head start with some creative shopping ideas, all local to Chatham County. Store-bought gifts are great, but try on local, try on handmade for size. Give the gift everyone will remember!