The Powell Farms community in Holly Springs, NC has beautiful winding roads with large, aged trees that greet you when you first venture into this little known neighborhood in Holly Springs. When you first approach the entrance of the neighborhood, you might miss it unless you look for the sign. There are no homes visible from the road, only beautiful aged trees and a meandering road. This is a small neighborhood with a diverse range in style of homes from traditional to contemporary. Like Oliver Creek in Holly Springs, NC, these homes sit on lots that range from one half to one plus acres. The neighborhood is outside the city limits of Holly Springs, but less than 4 miles from shopping, the Holly Springs High School, Middle School and Elementary School. This neighborhood should be USDA eligible (100% financing) even after the 10 year map changes go into effect. If you qualify for USDA, this neighborhood will be in a prime location to buy in. Home prices range from $170,000 to over $260,000. Location is close to livestock and horse farms with scenic views. There is a horse boarding facility that is only a few minutes away from this community off Cass Holt Road. There are no HOA dues, but homeowners take pride in the appearance and upkeep of the homes which is evident in the ascetically pleasing appearance of the community.
The average price per square foot for homes sold between June 1, 2015 and December 17, 2015 was $96 and the average sized home was 2,199 sq. ft. The average days on market for homes listed was 31, with 50% of the listings selling within the first week. The neighborhood has large lots, established landscaping and homes that are diverse in style.
Powell Farms is roughly 5 miles from the Holly Springs Town Center shopping complex. The area’s retail stores include: Pier 1 Imports, Kay Jewelers, Marshalls, Swoon Boutique, Thanks a Latte, The Children’s Place, Dicks Sporting Goods, PetCo, Ulta, Target, and so much more! There are some great places to eat within a 12 minute commute which include: Tijuana Flats, Buffalo Wild Wings, Oliver Garden, My Way Tavern, Bass Lake Ale House, Kobe Hibachi & Sushi and much more. Harris Teeter and CVS are within walking distance with sidewalks all the way there. The 540 bypass (a toll road) and proximity to HWY 1 make commute throughout the Triangle and Research Triangle Parkway swift and stress-free.
The schools available for Holly Springs residents are within the Wake County Public School District, which are known for their exceptional rankings and outstanding quality. Cary and Raleigh have private school alternatives as well.
If you, or someone you know is looking to move to the Holly Springs/Triangle Area in North Carolina, call Team Anderson Realty today to find out how our team can help you will all of your real estate needs or visit our website to start your free home search today! If you are thinking of selling your Holly Springs/Triangle Area home, give Erica a call at 919-610-5126 to discuss our unique marketing strategy that will get your home sold in today’s real estate market!