Cary Neighborhoods

Cary, North Carolina has so many wonderful neighborhoods to choose from. Something for every taste, really. Cary offers re-sale homes in established neighborhoods with lovely mature landscaping in a variety of price ranges. Cary, is also a booming area and has an abundance of new construction to choose from. In the chart below, the neighborhood names are linked to a full page description of each neighborhood.

 

Single Family Homes

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
Twin Lakes 160-500 New
Park Village 170-300 1995-2004
Carpenter Village 270-400 2006
The Bluffs of Kildaire 200-380 1994-1998
Heritage Pines 270-390 1985-1996
Danbury at Regency 290-410 New
Stonecrest 300-400 2007
Greystone 300-4,450 2006-2007
Amberly 300-480 New
Lochmere 300-700 1960-2007
Cambridge 330-480 1995-2000
Weston Pointe 330-500 1992-1999
Wellsley 350-410 1993-1996
Harmony Glen 350-450 new
Buckhurst West 350-500 New
Weatherstone 350-525 1990-1997
Riggsbee Farm 360-460 1996-2003
MacGregor 400-1100 1965-2006
Picardy Point 400-525 1989-1992
Bishop’s Gate 410-500 2005-2007
De Vintage 440-460 New
The Reserve 450-680 1996-2003
Preston Village 450-800 1993-2006
Magnolia Estates 490-600 1996-2000

Luxury Homes

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
Preston 250-1200 1993-2001
Green Level Crossing 500-900 New
Wessex 500-950 1990-1997
Macgregor West 500-1000 1989-1996
Carramore 510-520 New
Cary Park  580-750 New
Glenkirk 660-790 New
Weston Estates 700-850 2005-new
Regency Park 750-1500 1997-2002
Regency Park Estates 850-3500 New
Birklands 1500-3000 New

 

Townhomes

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
Amberly 180-300 New
Weston Place 290-320 2007
Stone Creek 290-360 New

 

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