Welcome to my series Discover The Triangle!!!
In this series, I’m introducing you to my favorite towns in the triangle. Today I want to invite you to discover the Town of Chapel Hill.
Watch this quick video to get a firsthand view of all that Chapel Hill has to offer.
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Also known as Tarheel Town, Chapel Hill is a unique university town that attracts a diverse range of people and has dynamic population. Desirable for all types of people its streets lined with quiet cafes and bookstores give it a unique small town feel.
Chapel Hill is packed with wonderful neighborhoods large and small that offer homes and experiences within them for people of all ages. I’m here is one of Chapel Hills favorite neighborhoods Southern Village. Live here or not, you won’t find many people that don’t spend time working dining or shopping on the main street.
Just off UNC’s campus is Franklin Street. Home to boutiques, unique restaurants, professional services, and even Top of The Hill Brewery. A favorite among locals especially after the Tarheels win the National Championship.
Nestled in Orange County just minutes from Durham and Research Triangle Park, this pedestrian-friendly town is a growing community that hasn’t lost its small-town charm. This town is famous for its university and world-class healthcare, as well as its laid-back way of life. Though Chapel Hill is considered a college town, it has forged a new identity in the 21st century because of all the festivals, recreation programs, and desirable residential neighborhoods that bring residents closer together.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) is an integral part of residential life in Chapel Hill. Students, alumni, and fans flock to the Dean Smith Center for fast-paced basketball games, tailgate before football games at Kenan Memorial Stadium, or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the picturesque college campus. UNC boasts a long and rich history since it was the nation’s first public college; it was chartered in 1789!
Chapel Hill and Carrboro are wonderful places to grow up and to live.
Fantastic public schools that are ranked as one of the best school systems in the state helped to make Chapel Hill The “most livable city in America in 2009.
Outside the university, life revolves around Chapel Hill’s many one-time and recurring events. Whether you’re interested in history, arts, or the outdoors, you’re sure to find a festival you’ll love. Take a peek into the past during Revolutionary War Living History Day, watch the fireworks during the 4th of July, and support your neighbors at the Chapel Hill Farmers’ Market. Known for its vibrant music scene Chapel Hill and Carrboro are known as the hub for music in this area. You can catch some unforgettable live concerts at the Carolina Jazz Festival.
Are you ready to experience everything Chapel Hill has to offer?
You won’t know if Chapel Hill is for you until you see it for yourself. As an expert in real estate in the Triangle, I can help you find a home and a community that you’ll love. If want to learn more about buying a home in Chapel Hill or if you’re eager to see your favorite homes in person, contact me Gretchen Coley at GretchenColeyProperties.com or give me a call at 919-422-3794.
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