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1 Mockingbird Way, Pinehurst, North Carolina 28374
Charming Pinehurst, North Carolina is Home to Pinehurst Trace, a Wooded, Established 55+ Community with Low Maintenance Brick Homes
Located in the lush Sandhills region of south central North Carolina, Pinehurst is the location of Pinehurst Trace, a 55+ community with construction that began in the mid-1980s. Building ended in 2007, although a few open home sites remain.
This community has 190 single story, single family homes that range in size from approximately 1,300 square feet to nearly 2,500 square feet. Nine floor plans are available, and each one has from two to three bedrooms and two baths. Every residence has an attached, one or two car garage and a nicely landscaped lawn (thanks to a full time grounds crew that also power washes homes on a rotating yearly basis). Exteriors are red brick with vinyl trim. Home sites are heavily wooded with tall pine trees, giving each homeowner a sense of privacy. Lanes wind quietly through the community.
Home prices start in the high-$100,000s. Please verify these prices with a Realtor or the development as they may change.
The clubhouse has 7,000 square feet and is where residents gather to partake in social events that include potlucks, holiday parties, card games, coffees and more. A swimming pool, a beauty parlor, a barber shop, a library, an exercise center and a great room are here, too. A full time activity director (who is also the community manager) ensures that the event calendar is always full. .
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The Tar Heel State was one of the first to instruct its Continental Congress delegates to vote for independence from British rule. After the Revolutionary War, it entered the Union on November 21, 1789 and started developing an extensive slave plantation system. It became a major exporter of cotton and tobacco. North Carolina was one of 11 states to secede from the Union and to spark the American Civil War.
Bordered by South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Virginia, and the Atlantic ocean, North Carolina's geographic regions range from the barrier islands and low plains of the eastern Atlantic coast to the mountainous regions of the west. The rolling hills and waterfalls of the Piedmont lie in between. Because of a wide variance in altitudes, North Carolina's climate can be hard to predict. Winters, especially on the coast, can be warm and mild.
The state has 17 major river basins and is rich in hydroelectric power. Tobacco, sweet potatoes, hogs, trout, and turkeys are a few of its agricultural products. The arts and culture industry has become an economic driver. It supports more than 43,000 jobs and generates almost $120 million in state and local revenue.
North Carolina is the home of several firsts. Babe Ruth hit his first professional home run in Fayetteville. The Wright brothers launched the first manned, self-propelled airplane from a cliff near Kitty Hawk. Pepsi was invented and first served in New Bern. Vernon Rudolph first sold Krispy Kreme doughnuts in Winston-Salem.
Population - 10,147,788
Persons 65 years old and over - 16%
High school graduates, age 25+ - 86%
Bachelor's degree or higher, age 25+ - 25%
Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin - 10%
White persons, not Hispanic - 63%
Median household income - $46,868
Median home value - $162,500
Social Security taxed? No
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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