Cary Park

City
Cary, North Carolina
Location
West Cary Map
Age of Homes
New
Price Range
From the $400’s

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Neighborhood Facts

Cary Park is pedestrian friendly development in West Cary, near RTP. It is being designed with tree lined streets, sidewalks on both sides of the street, greenway trails, and all around a 28 acre lake. With Shopping, Dining, a Swim Club, and school all right in the development, the concept is you won’t HAVE to drive your car to get to what you need. You could walk if you wanted to. This takes into account the latest health trend in the nation. Everyone is starting pay attention to being to healthy, and walking to essential errands is a great a great way to get in daily exercises.

Imagine a place to live that literally has it all. Truly distinctive homes. Now imagine a place where almost all your day-to-day needs are within walking distance. Where your recreational needs are more than adequately covered. And your more personal needs (like spending time with your family, or dare you say it, having a little time to yourself) are met. Add that to a place that’s more than a community. More than a neighborhood. More like a village complete with a village center, shops, retail stores, offices, condos and places to eat. And with people you see every day and actually get to know. Sounds like quite a place doesn’t it? A world of your own. A house that’s not a carbon copy of the one down the street.

About RaleighCary

George Wilson is owner and Broker in Charge of Raleigh Cary Realty, an independent Real Estate firm headquartered in Cary , North Carolina. "In 2008, I was working for a big national Real Estate company. A client of mine who I'd just helped purchase a home two months before got laid off from his job and wanted to quickly list her home. When I charged the client less to help her out, the firm was very upset with my decision. I opened Raleigh Cary Realty shortly thereafter, with a vision that we'd always have the flexibility to do the right thing for our clients, no matter what." -George Wilson

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