Holly Springs, NC is a very popular place to call home with a fast growth rate, strong school district, and great entertainment options for residents of all backgrounds. Holly Springs is located in Wake County providing a comfortable, small-town lifestyle with an easy commute to North Carolina's most exciting cities. Residents of Holly Springs have access to a healthy, growing economy, a wealth of entertainment options, and a safe community with low crime rates.
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Holly Springs is home to an estimated population of more than 30,000 residents, and it's growing quickly. The community has grown at a rate of more than 200 percent since the 2000 Census, but still has plenty of room for new residents! Many people are drawn to Holly Springs by its excellent economic performance with a median household income that doubles the state average and strong home values. Get more demographic information about Holly Springs.
Homes in Holly Springs offer very appealing options for families, and anyone searching for the right home in a dynamic, growing community. The rapid, recent growth of Holly Springs means that there are plenty of brand new homes available, with more than enough room for every member of the household. You'll find a great mix of luxury and affordable properties throughout the community, in a suburban setting that is still close to nature. The community also offers an easy commute to nearby cities for work and play.
Holly Springs is part of the Wake County Public School System which has a well-earned reputation for providing a diverse, engaging education for local students. It's the largest school district in North Carolina, and offers extensive after-school programs to keep students busy. Nearby colleges include the University of North Carolina, Wake Technical Community College, and Meredith College. Find homes for sale in Holly Springs by school district.
Holly Springs' residents have access to a diverse employment market both close to home and in nearby cities like Raleigh and Durham. Their most popular industries include a host of professional careers like finance, law, education, healthcare, professional services, research careers, and management. Most Holly Springs residents commute less than 45 minutes for work each day, with the majority commuting less than 30 minutes.
You'll never be far from something fun to do in Holly Springs, whether you want to stay close to home or explore nearby cities. The history of Holly Springs is always on display in the community, through special events and historic sites. You'll also find a great collection of parks, where you can play your favorite sports, enjoy community events, and take in the scenery.
For a night on the town, just head for to the Downtown Village District, which serves as the community's dynamic hub for food, fun, and entertainment. The Downtown Village District is home to the Holly Springs Cultural Center, the Holly Springs Farmers Market, and great historic sites—to name just a few nearby attractions. Get more information about what to do in Holly Springs.
Are you ready to find the right home for your needs in one of North Carolina's exciting, growing communities? Contact Coldwell Banker HPW to buy or sell homes in Holly Springs, NC.
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