Are you and your family relocating to North Carolina? You’re not alone; since 2015, NC has averaged over 87,000 new residents per year! It’s easy to see why: with a booming job market, lower-than-average cost of living and a diversity of terrain, NC has something for everyone.
If you’re bringing your family, you may be wondering where you should live. Chatham Park is a brand-new, master-planned community featuring single-family homes, parks, and a shopping district just down the road from the Raleigh-Durham area, giving you access to the best of urban NC!
Sitting along the historic Haw River and Jordan Lake – one of the Triangle’s most popular outdoor spots – Chatham Park’s location in Chatham County offers a number of benefits. You’re just under an hour away from Downtown Raleigh and Durham, meaning you get a doable commute with a location far from main urban areas.
Chatham county also offers a lower cost of living and taxes than other counties in the Triangle, meaning that you can get more for your money!
Most of the 7,000 acres in Chatham Park are devoted to residential space built by some of the Triangle’s best builders. Approximately 650 single-family homes are available for early adopters with attractive family features: generous yard space, sidewalks, and a nearby park with a splash pad and climbing wall! There’s also a dog park for the family pooch.
Due to population growth in Chatham county, Chatham Park will be donating school sites to house both private and public schools. The first school to open will be Thales Academy, a private K-12 institution with affordable tuition and well-regarded curriculum based on classical education theory.
Upon completion, Chatham Park will also contain a mixed-use area tentatively titled Mosaic. With an array of dining and retail options – plus a UNC Healthcare facility nearby – your family has everything you need just minutes from home.
And even before completion, you’ll still have plenty to occupy your time! Jordan Lake is a popular area for water sports and features over 14 miles of hiking trails, perfect for a family day out.