Chapel Hill Neighborhoods
This new-home, green community is located just five miles from downtown Chapel Hill. When complete, it will feature 2,400 single-family and multi-family homes, 470,00 square feet of retail and office spaces, and more than 900 acres of green space, including parks and trails for residents.
Search here for Briar Chapel homes for sale. Then contact Rhonda at 919-225-2814.
Rhonda has represented buyers in Briar Chapel since it opened, and can assist with all the decisions that come with building a new construction home.
The rich magic of preserving the history of a community is evident in the three local historic districts of Chapel Hill: Cameron-McCauley, Franklin-Rosemary, and Gimghoul. Early descriptions of Chapel Hill indicate that homes existed in all of these districts from the time the Town began in 1819.
From their earliest beginnings, these neighborhoods have been entwined with the University of North Carolina. Most homes were built to meet the growing demands for university family homes and are clustered near the campus. Click on any of the links below to learn more about each of Chapel Hill’s historic districts.
Nestled between well-established neighborhoods, the Hunt Arboretum and University land, The Reserve encompasses 63 acres of mature hardwoods. It has dramatic slopes with breathtaking views and level knolls with gorgeous oaks. Each of the 47 homes in this neighborhood was architecturally designed to take advantage of the topography and natural landscape of its one-acre lot.
At the heart of Hundred Oaks is an acre of gorgeous parkland, the centerpiece of this unique and award winning community. Park benches dot the brick walkways; open flame gas lamps and fireflies gently light the evening. Bordering the park, front porches welcome friends and neighbors.