With fifteen different neighborhoods (and counting!) Fearrington includes a variety of ages and interest groups, from young families to retirees, and everything inbetween.
The first neighborhood to be built in Fearrington beginning in 1978 was Creekwood, which takes its name from the meandering creek that is now a featured part of the Fearrington walking trail system. Homes in Creekwood enjoy lots of a half acre and more, and considerable wooded privacy. Prices range from $150,000 for a fixer-upper to the high $200,000s for an expanded and renovated home. The neighborhood is also home to a playground and the Fearrington Tennis Club. Homes in Creekwood are within a mile from the Village Center.
Windstone is somewhat newer, and the homes and lots tend to be larger than those in Creekwood with prices ranging between $220,000 and $300,000. Again, this community is an easy walk to both the Village Center and the Gathering Place and pool, and additionally offers a large playfield for sports activities or gatherings of all kinds.
Homes in the Beechmast section are somewhat larger and they all include detached garages, unlike many of the homes in the other two neighborhoods but they still enjoy large lots and homes with wooded views. Beechmast is a short walk to the pool and the Gathering Place. Prices generally fall in the $250-325,000 range.
The Villageway Townhomes are affordable and carefree living options for those who would prefer to have others do the gardening and take care of the exterior maintenance. Nearly all townhomes in Fearrington feature a main floor master bedroom, and there are a few rare one-level townhomes. Most of the floor plans include detached garages and secondary bedrooms upstairs, and all have great closet space and large baths. Villageway townhomes typically range from $185-260,000.
The Weathersfield townhomes are larger and newer, and they are closer to the Village Center and the Gathering Place. The floor plans are similar but the community is somewhat less dense with larger parking areas and space between the buildings. Prices range from $225-300,000.
Camden Park is a neighborhood of patio homes. These homes are detached but on small lots with private courtyards, and all landscaping and exterior maintenance is handled by the homeowners association. Homes in Camden Park surround Camden Park itself making it easy to enjoy its natural beauty, and this is the closest neighborhood to the Village Center. Camden Park homes typically range from $325-425,000.
The Woods is a neighborhood of homes on one-acre lots, many of which are single story homes. These homes all offer wooded privacy and the opportunity to be in a vibrant community while enjoying natural seclusion. The topography in The Woods is quite hilly which creates beautiful privacy and views. Home prices range from $325,000-$550,000.
Bush Creek is one of the newer communities with lots around a half acre in size, offering a wide variety of home styles and sizes priced begin around $350,000 and range up to over $750,000.
Langdon Place is a newer townhome community featuring courtyards and attached garages. Most homes have wooded views with all landscaping and exterior maintenance cared for by the homeowners association. Prices in Langdon Place range from $350-450,000.
Bradford Place is a neighborhood of larger villa-style homes with courtyards and attached two-car garages. The homeowners association takes care of landscaping and exterior maintenance while you simply enjoy the ambiance. Home prices range from $450-600,000.