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Holly Springs Market Stats
Tucked between Apex and Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs is one of the Triangle's fastest growing suburbs. Over the last decade, this town's population increased by a whopping 41%, but don't let the numbers fool you—Holly Springs still maintains its unique vibe, and it also has plenty of bigger city amenities, too.
Want to live like a Holly Springs local? Spend your days shopping and dining in the area's revitalized downtown district, cheer on the Holly Springs Salamanders at Ting Park, or get in touch with nature on the shores of Bass Lake. Endless opportunities await in Holly Springs, and we'd love to show you everything this town has to offer.
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The Holly Springs real estate market can be competitive—which is why it's crucial to have a local professional on your side. When you work with us, we'll make sure your home is priced accurately, marketed thoroughly, and staged for success. Feel free to browse a few of our resources, and give us a call when you'd like to get started!
Holly Springs at a Glance
There's a reason why Holly Springs has been named one of the best small towns in America by CNNMoney—and if this community sounds like the right fit for you, we'd love to show you around! As your Triangle experts, we know all the insider details—feel free to contact us with any other questions you might have.
Median household income: $112,029
Median home value: $397,500
Travel & Commute
Raleigh: 26 min
Cary: 22 min
RTP: 25 min
Major Roads: I-540, US-401, Highway 55
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What You'll Love in Holly Springs
Local shopping & dining
Whether you're looking for name-brand retailers, a quaint downtown district, or a delicious meal, you'll find everything you need and more in Holly Springs. Holly Springs Towne Center features everything from a Target to a Michael's, as well as an eclectic mix of local and chain restaurants. Be sure to check out the recently restored Downtown Holly Springs—Osha Thai and Bless Your Heart Boutique are just a few new additions.
Endless outdoor recreation
The town of Holly Springs operates a number of parks, trails, green spaces, and Hunt Recreation Center. If you're eager to get out and enjoy the Carolina blue sky, locals often recommend taking a trail hike around Bass Lake Park, playing some soccer at Womble Park, or attending an event at Sugg Farm. Holly Springs is also just a few miles from the scenic Harris Lake Park.
Countless community events
There's never a shortage of fun things to do or see in Holly Springs. Pick up some fresh local produce or artisanal goods from the Holly Springs Farmers Market, bring your furry friend along for Dog Day in the Park, or celebrate the town's unique history at HollyFest. Additionally, the Holly Springs Cultural Center hosts year-round classes, events, and performances.
Thanks to the extension of I-540, Holly Springs enjoys easy access to all of the Triangle's larger metro areas, especially Raleigh and Cary. Some residents choose to commute into the city, where they work at companies like IBM, WakeMed, or Red Hat. However, Holly Springs also has quite a few major employers of its own, including Wake County Public Schools, UNC Rex, and Seqirus.
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Holly Springs is truly a community you won't want to miss—and if you're thinking about making a move here, we'd love to show you around. With over 350 years of combined industry experience and an in-depth knowledge of life in the Triangle, we have everything you need to find your real estate success. Whenever you're ready to get started, we're just a phone call away.
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