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Holly Springs: An Incredible Wake County Town

When it comes to offering a high quality of life for a reasonable price, there’s nothing like Holly Springs, NC.

The town, which had a population of 24,661 as of the 2010 Census, covers just 15.1 square miles, although there sure is a lot to see and do within that area!

Holly Springs NC town hall

Holly Spring's Rich History

The Tuscarora Indians were actually the first to occupy the Holly Springs area, using the land as a hunting group prior to colonial settlement. The tribe ultimately fled from the area around 1720 because of the influx of Europeans.

Over time, the area grew because of its location along major trading paths, its proximity to fresh running water and its proximity to other cities like Raleigh.

Today, this community is a popular place for Wake County residents to live for an array of reasons.

Community Programs, Culture, and Fun

For instance, people just love the local Holly Springs Community Library, which provides a treasure trove of programming for children and adults alike. The local cultural arts center is also a big perk to living here.

This town also has a thriving parks department, which includes such well-attended parks as Bass Lake Park, Jones Park, Parrish Womble Park and Sugg Farm Park.

Jones Park playground in Holly Springs

Working in and around Holly Springs

This community is also known as a great place to establish companies. For instance, the pharmaceutical company Novartis built a manufacturing facility in Holly Springs in the 2000s, employing approximately 350 people in the area.

What’s more, it’s a popular place to live because of its proximity to Research Triangle Park, which is 18 miles away.

For all of these reasons, it’s no wonder that CNNMoney ultimately ranked Holly Springs as the 22nd best small town to live in in 2007.

You'll Fall in Love with the Homes in Holly Springs

As with much of the county, you can find a wide range of architectural types as a home buyer.

You can select from split level houses, contemporary homes, colonial style homes and even Cape Cods.

Generally speaking, properties in this community range from $100,000 to upwards of $700,000.

Some of the more popular residential neighborhoods here include 12 Oaks, Holly Point and Sunset Ridge.

large backyard deck

Planning a Bright Future for Your Children

In addition to being a great place to work and live, Holly Springs is a great place to learn!

After all, several outstanding schools within the Wake County Public School system serve this community, including:

  • Holly Grove Elementary School
  • Holly Ridge Elementary School
  • Holly Springs Elementary School
  • Holly Ridge Middle School
  • Holly Grove Middle School
  • Holly Springs High School

There are also a number of private schools in the vicinity, including The New School Montessori Center.

Helpful Resources for Buying & Selling a Home

Neighborhoods

$260,000 - $900,000
Sq Ft: 1,900 - 5,100
Arbor Creek's beautiful neighborhood entrance
$100,000 - $300,000
$180,000 - $350,000
Sq Ft: 1,200 - 3,500
Brook Manor is down the street from Bass Lake Park
$370,000 - $538,415
Sq Ft: 2,800 - 5,262
$260,000 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 2,000 - 4,800
Highlands at Holly Glen is close to the neighborhood pools
$273,000 - $525,000
Sq Ft: 2,146 - 3,686
The entrance to the Holly Glen neighborhood in Holly Springs
$200,000 - $500,000
Sq Ft: 1,800 - 3,350
$38,000 - $300,000
Sq Ft: 1,500 - 3,000
$318,990 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 2,500 - 3,500
$130,000 - $450,000
Sq Ft: 1,200 - 4,600
$450,000 - $1,250,000
Sq Ft: 3,100 - 7,000
$200,000 - $550,000
Sq Ft: 1,600 - 5,200

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