Cary, NC

Cary began as a quaint settlement town in 1750, known as Bradford's Ordinary at the time. Like other regions of North Carolina, Cary became considered a town due to new development among railroad companies. In Cary's case, the North Carolina Railroad was constructed about 100 years after the area was settled, linking the town to Hillsborough and New Bern. Thus, Cary's railroads became vital transportation routes and the area seemed to crave new development. A farmer and lumberman, Allison "Frank" Page, was credited with actually creating the town of Cary, even giving the area it's name in 1854 after Samual Fenton Cary, an Ohioan congressman. Page and his wife had purchased roughly 300 acres around the new railroad junction, allowing for businesses to open and visitors to see the town, and Cary has been growing ever since. 

As Research Triangle Park grew between the 1950s and 70s, Cary experienced a sizeable population growth, since the town is fifteen minutes from the popular research destination. The U.S. Census Bureau reported that between 2006 to 2007, Cary was also the fifth fastest-growing municipality in the country; while, as of early 2018, Cary reportedly had over 160,000 residents. Cary has become a highly sought-after town for families, as there are many community-minded neighborhoods, parks and playgrounds, and family activities throughout the year. Being only fifteen minutes to downtown Raleigh is an important perk to many residents as well, as they can easily access Raleigh's shops, restaurants, and universities. 

Neighborhoods and Condo Buildings

Amberly
$264,900 – $749,800
1,9265,420 sqft
Ardmore at Reedy Creek
$330,000 – $450,000
1,4962,772 sqft
Ashbourne
$530,000 – $620,000
3,1003,500 sqft
Bellewood Manor
$700,000 – $815,000
3,9544,415 sqft
Brookgreen Forest
$290,000 – $495,000
1,8763,700 sqft
Cameron Pond
$450,000 – $900,000
2,4365,950 sqft
Carolina Preserve
$225,000 – $550,000
1,2444,420 sqft
Carpenter Village
$159,900 – $1,875,000
1,3807,835 sqft
Cary Park
$200,000 – $870,000
1,4005,748 sqft
Copperleaf
$724,000 – $1,900,000
4,0006,000 sqft
Downing Village
$350,000 – $670,000
1,4963,726 sqft
Drawbridge
$140,000 – $300,000
1,5002,288 sqft
Glenkirk
$515,000 – $864,900
3,5666,276 sqft
Greenwood Acres
$200,000 – $300,000
1,4003,500 sqft
Heritage Pines
$225,000 – $350,000
1,3792,900 sqft
Hilliard Forest
$365,000 – $775,000
2,1703,726 sqft
Indian Wells
$590,000 – $700,000
3,0003,900 sqft
Lochmere
$174,900 – $1,200,000
1,2245,477 sqft
MacGregor
$230,000 – $2,500,000
2,5007,900 sqft
Maynard Oaks
$224,000 – $340,000
2,0772,935 sqft
Montvale at Copperleaf
$850,000 – $1,000,000
Muirfield
$620,000 – $820,000
2,2003,400 sqft
Parks of Kildaire
$175,000 – $2,500,000
1,1272,527 sqft
Piazza at Stonewater
$500,000 – $950,000
2,4003,800 sqft
Preston
$240,000 – $2,950,000
1,39510,141 sqft
Pritchett Farm
$440,000 – $750,000
2,6004,500 sqft
Providence at Yates Pond
$700,000 – $1,500,000
4,1005,900 sqft
Reserve at Wackena
$250,000 – $480,000
3,0003,800 sqft
Ridgefield Farms
$620,000 – $950,000
3,8006,588 sqft
Sears Farm North
$365,000 – $652,250
1,4452,334 sqft
Sears Farm North
$365,000 – $652,250
1,4452,334 sqft
Sequoia Creek
$530,000 – $660,000
3,3004,000 sqft
Stone Creek Village
$375,000 – $450,000
2,0002,800 sqft
Tatton Place
$285,000 – $400,000
2,6853,370 sqft
Tryon Villas
$590,000 – $825,000
2,9504,806 sqft
Twin Lakes
$150,000 – $429,900
1,2964,040 sqft
Weatherstone
$174,000 – $530,000
1,4103,265 sqft
Wessex
$500,000 – $1,000,000
3,0005,000 sqft
Weston Place
$207,000 – $375,000
1,6873,553 sqft
Willow Oak
$630,000 – $700,000
3,6004,200 sqft
Wilson Place
$420,000 – $480,000
2,4002,700 sqft
Wyndfall
$675,000 – $830,000
3,6805,161 sqft
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