Cary Homes & Real Estate
View today's hottest Cary homes for sale below! Cary, North Carolina sits in the heart of the Triangle area, the seventh largest municipality in the state. It’s located mostly in Wake County, but a small portion is in Chatham County as well. Cary is about 10 miles (16.09 km) west of Raleigh via Interstate 40. Nearly 170,000 residents live in Cary, a community with sprawling neighborhoods, beautiful golf courses, more than 30 public parks, and real estate opportunities for home buyers seeking property close to amenities. Cary residents enjoy convenient shopping, dining, entertainment and arts, and a reasonable commute to Durham, RTP or Raleigh. To request up-to-date information about Cary properties for sale or to arrange a private showing, contact your local real estate experts today. Read more about Cary real estate.
Homes For Sale in Cary NC
Cary Real Estate Market
Home buyers will find the real estate market in Cary varies, a selection of housing styles that include traditional single-family constructions, townhomes, and condominiums plus rentals. From classic single-story houses to colonial, homes with Craftsman influence, and traditional contemporary, architectural styles in Cary offer something for everyone.
When looking to buy a home in a neighborhood with new constructions, local builders include but are not limited to Bost Custom Homes, Triangle Builders Guild of Cary, Wardson Construction, and Royal Oaks Homes. Buyers can find new constructions by Toll Brothers in The Pines at Wake Crossing subdivision. New home prices in this neighborhood start in the low $500’s, while Lennar has new homes in several Cary subdivisions with price points that range from the mid $300’s to upper $600’s.
Other neighborhoods like Preston and MacGregor Downs offer easy proximity to popular golf courses. MacGregor Downs is located off Route 1 and adjacent to the MaGregor Downs Country Club. Home prices in this subdivision range from the low $300’s to more than $2 million. Other luxury subdivisions in Cary include Regency Park Estates, Copperleaf, and Barrington Park.
Cary Community Amenities
Downtown Cary offers other real estate choices too, including townhomes and condominiums located within walking distance of shops, restaurants, and entertainment. The city’s vibrant downtown area is home to dozens of retail and service businesses as well as boutiques and specialty shops like the local German bakery. Visitors and residents can enjoy Cary’s Farmer’s Market as well as the arts community that includes galleries, the Cary Theater, and the Cary School of Music located on West Chatham Street.
From central Cary, it’s less than 10 miles (16.09 km) to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) with convenient access to highways like Interstates 40 and 440. Cary is home to 31 public parks, 82 miles of trails, the NASL Carolina Railhawks, and the USA Baseball National Training Complex. The WakeMed Soccer Park can be found on East Chatham Road, just east of Maynard Road. The Koka Booth Amphiteatre is in Cary near Symphony Lake, a popular entertainment destination. Hemlock Bluffs Nature Preserve is adjacent to the Lochmere Golf Course and is about five miles south of Downtown. Throughout the sprawling community it’s easy to find several places to shop like Park West Village, the Shoppes of Kildaire, and the Cary Towne Mall that is an indoor center with food court.
Cary Local Highlights
- Ranked as one of the "Best Places to Live" in the country by Money Magazine, among other accolades by similar publications.
- Downtown Cary is full of community-centric annual events, including the Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival and the Ole Time Winter Festival.
- The Cary Art Loop takes place every last Friday of each month, featuring local galleries and shops along streets throughout the Downtown area.
- Home to over 60 miles of green spaces and recreational areas, including parks, tennis courts, and more.
- A popular destination for sports, the city hosts NCAA championships, the USA Baseball National Training Complex, and more.
Cary School Information
Cary public schools are part of the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS). The system serves area children ages preschool through twelfth grade and is the largest public school system in North Carolina. Cary has four public high schools, five middle schools, and 17 elementary schools as well as private school choices. The Wake Technical Community College is in Cary just off U.S. Highway 401.
Come home to Cary today, a North Carolina community with diverse real estate options that range from million-dollar luxury homes to downtown condos just minutes from shopping, dining, and entertainment. Cary has an array of outdoor recreation venues, an established arts community, and the state’s largest public school system.
Cary Real Estate Agents
Planning to buy a home in Cary? Let our real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your next Cary house. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the real estate market in Cary.
Contact Triangle Real Estate Group at ERA Live Moore to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Cary property? View our comparative market analysis page to receive a free Cary home value analysis within moments.
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