Nestled in the rolling, wooded Piedmont of North Carolina, our towns are ideally located three hours from the Atlantic coast and three hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains, allowing residents and visitors to enjoy a variety of recreational activities.
As one of the three “points” of The Research Triangle, Chapel Hill, along with Raleigh and Durham, continually receives accolades for being a top location to live and do business. In August 2012, Money magazine ranked Chapel Hill number 10 on its list of the top 100 best places to live in America. And in August 2009, Entrepreneur magazine profiled Chapel Hill as one of 10 startup-friendly cities.
It is an interconnected community that mirrors history with its narrow, tree-lined streets and old stone walls. Behind Meadowmont is a bit of interesting history. The community gets its name from a 20,000-square-foot Georgian Revival estate that stands just above the Meadowmont community. Built by the DuBose family in 1933, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A tribute to its namesake, the Meadowmont community is a studied reflection of Southern hospitality and grace.
In fact, front porches, neighborhood parks and sidewalks on both sides of every street encourage neighborly interaction — it’s a true community seven days a week. And variety isn’t compromised. With luxury townhomes, maintenance-free condos, wooded estate homes and Craftsman style cottage homes, this isn’t another cookie-cutter neighborhood. Take a look.