100 Aberdeen Court Carrboro, NC 27510
Coveted Carrboro one level house centrally located to everything good. Sidewalks and bike lanes to downtown and MLK Park and McDougle Elementary/Middle Schools. Free city bus stop one house away. 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Kitchen updated, guest bath updated, master suite and library added mid 1990's. Plenty of space for everyone and everything! Separate entrance to back bedroom perfect for home office. No HOA. Large side yard perfect for gardening, kids, quiet pets (I live across the street).
Listing Brokerage NameDwell Real Estate
Community - Carrboro
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Carrboro is a lively, progressive town on the west end of Chapel Hill in North Carolina. This artsy town maintains a rich heritage and modern-day treasures, such as a renowned farmers’ market and much more.
Carrboro real estate includes a desirable mix of both historic and new properties. One of the most distinctive architectural treasures of Carrboro is the collection of 150 mill homes constructed in the early 1900s. Many have been restored to preserve their original charm and beauty. You will discover a number of new construction and modern homes in Carrboro, but there are a plethora of traditional, Colonial and Craftsman homes as well. With a median home price well above averages of both the state and nation, Carrboro is a valuable place to invest in real estate.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Located in the upper central part of North Carolina just minutes from Chapel Hill, Carrboro is a progressive and artistic town with a growing population over 20,000. It is considered one of the more progressive communities in the South, and is widely known for its exceptional artistic culture and focus on farm-fresh food. In fact, the Carrboro Farmers’ Market is one of the town’s most popular attractions and one of the finest local markets in the country. The market opened in 1977, and features produce, homemade goods and crafts produced within a 50-mile radius of Carrboro. The town is home to two iconic music venues hosting national and regional acts, including the Carrboro ArtsCenter and the Cat’s Cradle.
Carrboro hosts a number of annual events and festivals, including the Carrboro Music Festival, West End Poetry Festival, Carrboro Film Festival and North Carolina Comedy Arts Festival. Bike travel is easy in Carrboro, the only silver-level Bicycle Friendly municipality in the state of North Carolina. Carrboro has eight parks, including Anderson Community Park, a 55-acre park with sporting facilities and a large dog park, and Adams Tract, a 27-acre urban forest area with walking and hiking trails. Local businesses are the main source of jobs in Carrboro, but many residents commute to Chapel Hill and Durham for work. Residents may also access Chapel Hill and Durham for dining, shopping and entertainment, as the cities are located about one and 15 miles away, respectively.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Carrboro is part of the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School System, which is consistently ranked No. 1 in the state in terms of graduation rate, test scores and percentage of seniors who plan on attending college. In Orange County, there are nine private schools, six of which are located in the neighboring city of Chapel Hill. Although there are no institutions of higher learning located in Carrboro, there are a number of options nearby, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill just minutes away.
Carrboro was originally named West End because of its location west of Chapel Hill, but was later renamed Carrboro after North Carolina industrialist, Julian Shakespeare Carr. Carrboro was settled in 1882 around the State University Railroad in Glenn, North Carolina. The local merchants argued that the railroad station should be placed at least two miles outside of town to prevent students from leaving town on the weekends and therefore spending money elsewhere.
Settlement increased in the area after Thomas F. Lloyd of Chapel Hill constructed a steam-powered grist mill near the depot, which later became Alberta Cotton Mill. In addition to the name of West End, Carrboro was also temporarily called Lloydville, Venable, and then finally its current name shortly after its incorporation in 1911.
Approximate Distance to:
Chapel Hill: 1 Mile
Durham: 15 Miles
Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 20 Miles
North Carolina Memorial Hospital: 2 Miles
Duke University Hospital: 13.5 Miles
I-40: 8 Miles
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