6940 Us 64 Highway West Pittsboro, NC 27312
Enjoy MAINFLOOR LIVING+expansive outdoor spaces*Hobbyfarm in privacy+style*Gorgeous custom design by Hearthstone Luxury Builders & Arthur Rutenberg Homes! :10 from downtown+EZ drive to GBO or RTP. w/ areas. 10’ ceilings, custom bar, gracious entry, two stone fireplaces, reclaimed walnut mantle, found redoak trim, built-in shelves, hardwood floors, luxury tile+granite. Fenced yard, deluxe outdoor kitchen, hot-tub, 3 car garage...WOW!! Long list of special features *Guest/in-law set w/sep door off kitchen*Super media/mancave *Outdoor shower* Room for ALL+many pets! Peaceful, purposeful living*Traditional farm community*Adjoining 10 acres with STOCKED POND, separate well+its own irrigation, avail by owner. IMAGINE IT, LIVE IT! (note some photos show touched up grass+fields)
Listing Brokerage NameHoward Perry & Walston Realtor
Community - Pittsboro
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Pittsboro is a small town enjoying proximity to the major Triangle cities and other popular attractions of this region. With a rich heritage, tight-knit feel, and ideal location, Pittsboro is a wonderful town to call home.
Pittsboro real estate includes a diverse portfolio of affordable ranch-style homes, expansive two-story homes, and gorgeous luxury estates. With varying sizes, amenities and price tags, there are options for nearly every buyer. The median home price in Pittsboro is slightly more than neighboring cities, making this a valuable area to invest in real estate.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Pittsboro is a picturesque rural community in central North Carolina serving as the county seat of Chatham County. It is perfectly situated just 17 miles southwest of Chapel Hill, 31 miles southwest of Durham, and 34 miles west of Raleigh. With a population of about 4,000, Pittsboro boasts small town living with a convenient proximity to business centers and larger cities. Agriculture is still a prominent industry in this rural community with beautiful natural surroundings. There are plenty of places to go fishing and boating nearby, including Jordan Lake and Haw River. Community parks include Town Lake Park, Mary Holmes Park, McClenahan Street Park, and Robeson Creek Greenway.
Carolina Tiger Rescue is a wildlife sanctuary in Pittsboro with a mission to save and protect wildcats in captivity and the wild. Pittsboro is also home to the 15-acre North Carolina Zen Center, offering a secluded, peaceful environment for the study and practice of zen. The Pittsboro Historic District includes more than 130 historic buildings, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Cultural and artistic venues in Pittsboro include the Chatham Historical Museum, Chatham Arts Gallery, and more. The community comes together with a number of annual events and festivals, including the Shakori Hills Grassroots Festival, Fall Street Fair, and an annual Christmas parade.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Chatham County Schools has 17 schools, four of which are located in Pittsboro, including Pittsboro Elementary School, Horton Middle School, Margaret B. Pollard Middle School, and Northwood High School. Three of the four nearby private schools are located in Pittsboro, including Haw River Christian Academy, Three Springs Middle School, and Three Springs High School. There are no institutions of higher learning within Pittsboro, but a reasonable commute puts plenty of opportunities within reach. Nearby colleges and universities include the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Central Carolina Community College, North Carolina State University, Duke University, and more.
The town of Pittsboro was officially established in 1785, and like many communities in the English-settled land, has a long history of British influence. It was made the county seat, and was named after William Pitt the Younger, the son of William Pitt, First Earl of Chatham, whom Chatham County was named after.
In 1881, a new brick courthouse was built in the town square for $10,666. The Classical Revival brick building was restored to its original appearance in 1991, and functions as the aesthetic heart of Pittsboro’s Historic District. In 2010, the historic courthouse was severely damaged in a fire, but the town immediately authorized its reconstruction. The courthouse officially reopened in 2013.
Approximate Distance to:
Chapel Hill: 17 Miles
Durham: 31 Miles
Raleigh: 33.5 Miles
Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 30 Miles
North Carolina Memorial Hospital: 16.5 Miles
UNC Urgent Care: 20 Miles
US-64: Less Than 1 Mile
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