There is no place in North Carolina, and maybe in the world, like Fearrington Village.
Located just south of Chapel Hill in the heart of the Research Triangle Park area, Fearrington has been carefully developed and nurtured over the past forty years by developer R.B. Fitch. Centered around a charming small village of shops and restaurants, Fearrington offers a wide variety of homes to meet every need – small homes on half acre lots, townhomes of all sizes and in all price ranges, homes on an acre of land or more, no maintenance homes bordering Camden Park, and much more. (Learn more about the different neighborhoods in Fearrington here.)
But finding a home is just the beginning – then there is the unique and wonderful community that has evolved over the years with over 60 different clubs and organizations making it easy to meet your neighbors and build lifelong friendships.
Alexis Rudolph and Lynn Hayes are your Fearrington tour guides – browse the pages of this site or contact us to learn more about how you can make Fearrington your next home. But first, listen to what the Davisons have to say:
The Bush Creek neighborhood in Fearrington offers homesites that are sited for maximum privacy on half-acre lots - just large enough to afford a sense of space while still retaining a sense of a neighborhood. A walking trail meanders safely along Millcroft Road to bring you to the Village Center in about 1.5 miles.
This property is under contract. One of the newer Fearrington neighborhoods is the Millcroft cluster homes. These are single family homes with all of the convenience of townhome living - the exterior and landscaping are maintained by the homeowners association.
This beautiful home is one of the first resale homes in Millcroft. It was built in...
Walking through the Village today I saw this tree covered with beautiful handknit flowers. Note the lone daffodil growing at the base of the tree. Everywhere you look right now colorful yarn flowers are decorating the landscape in the Fearrington Village center.
Perhaps this is connected to the Folk Art Show that's being held in Fearrington...