Kensington Park

Comprised of 16 newer construction, Craftsman-style homes, Kensington Park offers a gorgeous setting just minutes from Highway 15/501. Each home sports elegant, Southern-inspired features, including sunrooms and screened-in porches.

Legend Oaks

Chapel Hill’s Franklin Street is known for its quirky shops, outstanding dining, and vibrant holiday celebrations. Legend Oaks gives you 10-minute access to the lively college atmosphere while providing an easy escape to its 62 large, wooded lots. Many are in the final stages of building, so prospective buyers should get in and customize while they still can.


Apex, like many Triangle towns, has enjoyed a revival in recent years. Its downtown area is home to a burgeoning arts and restaurant scene that rivals the larger cities, but with the benefits of small town life. Lexington brings you close to the fun with 12 large homes designed by Arther Rutenberg.

Manns Crossing

Featuring 41 acreage lots in wooded Pittsboro, Manns Crossing sits only half an hour from Chapel Hill and the RTP. While the short commute is nice, Pittsboro is a great place to live all its own, with a revitalized downtown and the upcoming Chatham Park development.

Miles Branch

Just north of the beautiful Haw River, Miles Branch offers buyers a wooded retreat just minutes from Chapel Hill. Lots feature beautiful backyards at a variety of sizes and prices, and the community shares a two-acre pond and trails for outdoor activities.


Monterrane is a beautiful community of homes sandwiched between Jordan Lake and the Haw River. This location not only provides serene homesites surrounded by a conservation buffer, but easy access to trailheads at Jordan Lake.

Montvale at Copperleaf

With 20 homesites between 2-7 acres each, Carolina Crossings is ideal for a small-time homesteading experience. The setting is ideal: two bubbling streams, hardwood forests, and far enough away from the city for peace and quiet (but not too far.) This community also allows horses.

Olde Thompson Creek

Located in Apex, Olde Thompson Creek offers a great location with easy access to both the Triangle’s established cities and Apex’s revitalized downtown. But the real attractions are the homes: gorgeous luxury homes on up to 7 acres with front porches, granite countertops, built-ins, and other elegant features.

Pennington at Jordan Lake

Jordan Lake is one of the best recreational destinations in the Triangle, offering fishing, kayaking, and miles of nature trails. Pennington at Jordan Lake is less than a mile from the water, with lots up to three acres to take full advantage of the natural setting. This comes with an easy commute to Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and the RTP.



Looking to move to Chatham County? Interested in the lower cost of living, lower taxes, and larger sized lots? Peppertree offers it all! This neighborhood has reasonably priced ($220k and up) on larger lots conveniently located near downtown Pittsboro. It’s also close to Perry Harrison Elementary.

Persimmon Hill

Mostly consisting of homes from the 90s, Persimmon Hill’s affordable prices carry a lot of value. The neighborhoods larger lots – some over two acres – and proximity to Chapel Hill are ideal for first-time or budget-minded buyers. The lower Chatham County taxes sweeten the deal.


Polks Landing

With most of its homes built in the 1970s, Polks Landing is one of the more established neighborhoods around Chapel Hill. The older average home age comes with lower prices – and lower square footage – but they’re well-constructed, excellent value, and very close (7 miles) to town.


Pollander’s 19 lots are large and rural, perfect for big families and horses. With an average lot size of 6 acres and prices in the $500s, the neighborhood represents an excellent value for anyone looking for more space. That doesn’t mean you’ll sacrifice amenities: charming downtown Pittsboro is only ten minutes away.

Potterstone Village

Newer, but not new construction is a great way for buyers to get into established communities with modern features. Potterstone Village’s homes are all less than ten years old, and feature the amenities of many new construction communities, including hiking trails and a community pool. Only 20 minutes from Chapel Hill, the location is also hard to beat.

Powell Place

The Courtyards is a Cary community of ranch-style homes that emphasize open designs with lots of natural light. With some two-story homes also available, buyers can expect distinctive features like two-car garages and even courtyards! The neighborhood is also built around a community pool and clubhouse.

Providence at Yates Pond

A brand new community from Baker Residential, Providence at Yates Pond features 80 estate homes in a variety of floor plans. Numerous customizations and enhancements are available, and each of the 1/3 acre lots offers opportunities for beautiful outdoor living spaces. You’re also close to Apex and its newly revitalized downtown.


With a name like Redbud, you’d expect such a neighborhood to offer natural beauty…and you’d be right. Located just outside of Pittsboro, Redbud offers homes up to 2,500 square feet on up to five acres of land, surrounded by the hardwood forests of Chatham county. You’re only minutes away from the Lower Haw River Natural State Area and Mary Hayes Barber Holmes Park, two of the Triangle’s best outdoor destinations.

Ross Ridge

There’s a reason Pittsboro is growing: with a thriving downtown, upcoming Chatham Park development and easy access to the Chatham County countryside, it truly has something for everyone. Ross Ridge offers lots up to three acres, perfect for the semi-rural lifestyle that Pittsboro affords its residents. Each of its custom homes are equally lovely.

Seaforth Landing

Seaforth Landing is a nature-focused development of newer homes, just two miles from Vista Point at Jordan Lake. For residents, this means boating, fishing, hiking, and more right in your back yard. Each homesite is around an acre, holding custom homes with all the bells and whistles of estate living.

Shambley Meadows

This neighborhood just outside of Pittsboro offers a mix of new construction and established homes from the early 2000s, many on lots over an acre. With no HOA, arranged outdoor spaces, and a location right next to US-64, Shambley Meadows is an ideal neighborhood for a commuter.

Shotts Farm

Shotts Farm is a small neighborhood that boasts an excellent location: close enough to Chapel Hill for an easy commute, but far enough away to enjoy lower Chatham county taxes. That setting also affords it walking trails and a community pond, both easily accessed from the community’s wide variety of homes. Brick, Victorian, craftsman – there’s a home for just about every taste.


Stonecrest at Norwood

For the buyer interested in a truly luxurious home, Stonecrest at Norwood fits the bill. Its finely crafted, spacious homes sit on equally large lots – up to two acres – and are surrounded by deep woods and the rolling Chatham County hills. All this only minutes from Chapel Hill.


Strowd Mountain

The homes at Strowd Mountain are focused on uniqueness; each individual home sports details and extras to set it apart. Buyers can find beautiful decks and covered porches, along with carefully landscaped outdoor areas. It’s also close to Chapel Hill and Pittsboro for convenient access to shopping and dining.


Sunset Grove

Ideal for growing families, the newly constructed homes at Sunset Grove combine elegant construction with ample room on lots typically over an acre. Homesites are wooded with lots of outdoor space for the dogs or the kids. The price range – starting in the high $400s – is also ideal for upgrading buyers.


The Legacy at Jordan Lake

The Legacy at Jordan Lake combines two of the best parts of living in Chatham County: excellent golf and outdoor activities. Sitting next to a Davis Love III-designed golf course just minutes from Jordan Lake, the neighborhood offers a resort lifestyle with plenty of amenities: a clubhouse, pool, and more. It’s also close to Fearrington Village for excellent shopping and relaxation opportunities.


The Parks at Meadowview

Looking for affordable homes without compromising quality? The Parks at Meadowview is a neighborhood of beautiful homes by some of the Triangle’s best builders, sitting on spacious, wooded lots. With community parks and easy access to the Chapel Ridge golf course, the Parks at Meadowview is a great way to experience rural, resort-style living at an entry-level price.


The Preserve at Jordan Lake

The centerpiece of the Preserve at Jordan Lake is a Davis Love III-designed golf course, ranked as one of the Top 40 Golf Courses in the US. The stately homes and landscaping, along with a pristine location near Jordan Lake, are crafted to match. Homes feature up to 4,400 square feet on lots as large as half an acre, and the community amenities are world class.


The Settlement

Pittsboro is an ideal home base for commuters, with easy access to major highways and plenty of local amenities. The Settlement features homes with open floor plans and wooded lots just 3 minutes from a park and ride, making your commute a breeze – and giving you somewhere lovely to return to.


The Woodlands at Westfall

Part of a master-planned, 300-acre community, the Woodlands at Westfall consists of 46 large homesites in a larger community of 200. The community offers a huge variety of floor plans across a wide price range, but all residents get access to premium amenities: sports fields, a playground, a swimming pool, and more.


The Woods at Wilkinson Creek

A small and exclusive community, The Woods at Wilkinson Creek features one-of-a-kind homes on exceptionally large lots – some as large as 11 acres. They also feature a rare and desirable combo: a Chapel Hill address with Chatham County taxes. It’s a perfect community for anyone who wants the secluded feel of rural living with easy access to the city.


Valley Meadow

Driven by the youthful energy of UNC, Chapel Hill is one of the most vibrant and desirable communities in the Triangle. But it’s also crowded and busy. Valley Meadow offers a unique proposition: proximity to the energy of Chapel Hill, but with large homes on multi-acre lots that feel much more rural. The lower Chatham County taxes are also a nice bonus.


Valley View

Chatham County offers Triangle residents the draw of rural living without sacrificing the conveniences of civilization. Valley View – close to both Pittsboro and Chapel Hill – offers homes with customization options and modern features such as Energy Star Certifications. It’s the ideal neighborhood for anyone looking for the Chatham County lifestyle.


Wendy Hill

An ideal community for outdoor enthusiasts, Wendy Hill offers easy access to Jordan Lake and the American Tobacco Trail. But you won’t be roughing it at home – the neighborhood’s gorgeous luxury homes span up to 6,000 square feet on mostly three acre homesites. Apex’s prime location also puts you within an easy commute of the Triangle’s major destinations.


Willow Springs

Affordable housing is becoming more elusive in the Triangle, but Pittsboro’s Willow Springs has you covered! With homes starting as low as $120k sitting on beautiful wooded lots, Willow Springs lets budget-conscious buyers enjoy all the rural splendor of Chatham County without breaking the bank.



Targeted at buyers who want the best of the best, Windfall’s astounding, luxurious rural estates offer unparalleled craftsmanship and serene views in the rural setting of Chatham County. Lots stretch as large as 10 acres, offering privacy, seclusion, and ample space for your rural paradise.



Woodhall is a community in West Cary that offers a lot of appealing features: single-level designs, low-maintenance living (the HOA covers lawn care), and an easy commute to both Cary and beyond. Even at the affordable price point, each of the new homes allow for extensive customization and open floor plans that feel much more expensive.