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Savannah Morrisville, NC
Located just northwest of Cary in the town of Morrisville you will find the Savannah neighborhood. It’s close proximity to I540 allows residents to drive to Raleigh Durham International Airport (RDU) and Research Triangle Park (RTP) in 15 minutes. Morrisville is a short drive to nearby Jordan Lake and only 2.5 hrs to North Carolinas’ pristine beaches or you can be in the Blue Ridge Mountains in about 3 hrs. Savannah consists of approx. 160 single family homes ranging in size from 2300-3300 sq. ft. on lots averaging under a quarter acre. Prices in the last year ranged from $330-390K.
With homes built in the early 2000’s, Savannah’s homes have a historical old south feel with large front porches, balconies, brick front and historic inspired colors. Step back in time with tree lined side walks and a true village feel. The average selling price in Jan.- Oct. 2017 was 366K with an average of 34 days on the market. Residents have access to a playground and pool and can walk or bike to several town parks and greenway.
In addition to being about 15 minutes to RDU and the RTP, a five minute drive to I540 offers access to all areas of Wake Co. and beyond. You can walk to get groceries, grab a coffee or lunch and there are endless options a short drive away as well. Savannah is convenient to countless options for recreation, shopping, restaurants, medical and business services, schools etc. The following are just some of the ones you can walk to from Savannah: • Walmart Neighborhood Market, Starbucks, Walgreens, CVS, Smithfield BBQ, Mexican, Dunkin' Donuts and more. • There are also Anytime Fitness, banks, medical offices, farmers market, Target, TJ Maxx and many other shops nearby. In under 20 minutes you can spend the day boating on Jordan Lake’s 14K acres, multiple private and public golf courses or shopping at the Streets of Southpoint Mall. Some great day trips include the NC Zoo, any of North Carolinas wonderful beaches or a scenic drive on the Blue Ride Parkway.
Morrisville was named for Jeremiah Morris who donated three acres of land to the North Carolina Railroad in 1852. By 1880, the Town’s population was 165 and the first town hall was established in 1976. By 1990 the population of Morrisville was 1,022 and grew to 12,000 in 2004 and 18,000 by 2010. Morrisville is located in Wake County, in central North Carolina equal distance from Raleigh and Durham. With a population of over 21,000, easy access to local highways and interstates as well as Raleigh-Durham International Airport and Research Triangle Park, Morrisville is a prime location for doing business. The town has a growing Cultural Resource and Parks and Rec. Dept, which offers 9 parks, greenways, community centers, athletic fields and sports leagues for youth and adults alike! The active Chamber of Commerce works hard to improve the Town's quality of life and offers a full schedule of events thru out the year for small businesses and residents. Residents love the small town feel and can enjoy special events throughout the year including the town Easter Egg Hunt, Tree lighting, movies in the park and much more.