Fearrington

Fearrington Village is a mixed-use development that sits on 640 acres of beautiful farmland in Pittsboro. The founders, R.B. and Jenny Fitch, began building the neighborhood in 1980 with a goal of doing so “slowly, the way communities evolved years ago.” Today, Fearrington Village is a charming place with 2000 residents, an award-winning inn, several restaurants, and stores, an independent bookstore, farmer’s market, and beautiful gardens, among other offerings. Fearrington is also well-known for its most famous residents, the Belted Galloway cows, that serve as the icon and mascot for the village. The residential neighborhood of Fearrington includes townhomes, duplexes and single-family homes. Prices range from the mid $100,000s to the high $600,000s. Recreational amenities include a swim and croquet club, as well as walking paths and trails located throughout the community.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $545K
Lowest Price $415K
Highest Price $782K
Total Listings 5
Avg. Days On Market 20
Avg. Price/SQFT $264

Property Types (active listings)

 The Duke Center for Living, a comprehensive wellness facility, and Galloway Ridge, a continuing care retirement community, is also on the grounds of Fearrington. Fearrington Cares is a wonderful service available to members of the Fearrington Village community.  It’s a “network of volunteers, friends, and neighbors, who are here to help at no cost to you!”  It was founded by Fearrington residents and is now recognized nationally as a dynamic, non-profit neighborhood care organization. The drive from Fearrington Village to downtown Chapel Hill and UNC’s campus is18 minutes, to the Research Triangle Park is30 minutes, to downtown Durham is37 minutes, to Duke University is32 minutes, and to the Raleigh/Durham International Airport (RTP)is35 minutes. Children living in Fearrington Village are assigned to Chatham County Schools.  An independent school option is Woods Charter School.

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