Growing rapidly as commuters to Research Triangle Park spread outward, Holly Springs now offers many of the amenities that towns closer to Raleigh-Durham like Apex and Cary have enjoyed through their growth.
Despite this fact, the homes for sale in Holly Springs, NC still provide the peaceful benefits of a small town, including fishing and wildlife viewing at Bass Lake Park, as well as the town’s ranking as the safest “city” in North Carolina according to SafeHome.org.
While towns with rural landscapes tend to skew toward an older population, the average age in Holly Springs is just 34 years old, and young residents benefit from the top-notch Wake County public school system.
Holly Springs also boasts a brewing nightlife and an active population. Two microbreweries – Carolina Brewing Company and the women-owned Bombshell Beer Company – are popular meeting places, while the Daniel Dhers Action Sports Complex maintains a family friendly skate park for BMX and MTB riders, skateboarders, and inline skaters.