Not far from Raleigh is a place called Pittsboro where you can enjoy the rural and rustic charms of North Carolina!
Pittsboro, North Carolina is located approximately 30 miles west of Raleigh in Chatham County along the Highway 64 Corridor at the junction of Hwy 15/501. It is approximately 15 miles from Chapel Hill and approximately 25 miles to Research Triangle Park.
It is also home to our newest listing at 1022 Adolph Taylor Road.
This home is quietly nestled off the main road between Alston Chapel Road and highway 64. A barrier of mature trees brings a feel of privacy from passers by. Its along the Harlands Creek area approximately 4 miles to the west of downtown Pittsboro. Its a rural area of the county where you will find nearby a number of local farms, the NC Cooperative Extension Service, and the Pittsboro campus of Central Carolina Community College.
A Great Location for Education
Pittsboro is an ideal location for those who want the advantages of education and employment offered at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina Central University, Duke University, and North Carolina State University, as well as a cluster of private and community colleges.
A Unique Location with Tons of Personality
If you love towns with personality and unique small businesses, this is definitely a location for your short list! This is a grand location with a classic central courthouse as a backdrop where you can step back in time as you visit a variety of locally owned shops full of art, crafts and gifts.