As the Triangle has grown, so too have its outlying communities. Homebuyers in particular have started looking further out in areas like Chatham County for the lower cost of living, lower property taxes, and access to peace and quiet. The Triangle is unique in that it offers a nearly seamless blend of both rural and urban areas, often just minutes from the same location.
Pittsboro is just one of these Triangle communities, but it hosts one of the Triangle’s most exciting new developments: Chatham Park. A master-planned mixed-use community that will span over 7,000 acres by 2045, Chatham Park is set to be one of the Triangle’s hottest neighborhoods…and you can get in on the ground floor!
Right now there are several options to live near Chatham Park, with many more in the future.
Ideal for families and first-time home buyers, The Vineyards is a neighborhood of single-family and custom homes that emphasizes walkability and community amenities, complete with 10 planned miles of trails and a community pool.
The Vineyards offers a more suburban feel: downtown Pittsboro and Lake Jordan are both within walking distance.
Looking for something that feels more urban? MOSAIC is a 44-acre mixed-use community located on the Northeast perimeter of Chatham Park. MOSAIC brings all the best of urban Raleigh and Durham into a smaller setting that blends living, dining, recreation, and nature into a single space. The area promises a number of local restaurants and a movie theatre, in addition to a brewery.
Prospective residents can either rent apartments at the Guild – opening in 2023 – or purchase condominiums at Tessera, currently in pre-sale.
Nearby Neighborhoods and Communities
Even if you don’t live in Chatham Park, living nearby still gives you easy access to its amenities with more flexibility over home and land choices. Chatham County’s rural nature and ample land make it naturally attractive for golf courses and accompanying communities.