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187 River Hills Drive

187 River Hills Drive, Clayton, NC 27527

187 River Hills Drive is a four bedroom two and a half bath home in the River Hills Subdivision in Clayton, NC. The home sits on a private wooded almost acre sized lot. The home has been meticulously maintained and has recently been painted and new granite kitchen countertops were installed. The home has a formal sitting room in the front and then leads to the very large kitchen and breakfast area. Loads of counter space and cabinets along with black kitchen appliances and the refrigerator stays. The homeowners recently installed granite countertops in the kitchen to match the tile Continue Reading

100 Trestlewood Lane, Clayton, NC 27520

100 Trestlewood Lane

3 Bed, 2.5 Bath Home In Clayton For $160,000. Check out this practically new house we just listed which has been completely renovated.  The home is located in Clayton in the popular Walnut Creek subdivision off HW 42 West. Built in 2004 the home has recently been updated and is move in ready. Situated on a corner lot in this sidewalk neighborhood the home has a nice flat front lawn and the back yard has nice trees and a small creek, a great place to hang out on the 10' x 10' deck. Everything inside the home is new, starting with the light wood laminate flooring that covers the Continue Reading

Is Archer Lodge Ready For More Residents

C. E. Barnes Store, Archer Lodge, NC

Archer Lodge Next Boom Town Or What Is North Carolina's newest town getting ready to be the next boom town. Archer Lodge became a town in 2009 and has been steadily growing ever since. Residents of the then area known as Archer Lodge were eying the ever larger towns of Clayton and Wendell as they expanded their footprint and though they better do something. But that’s not the only reason, long time residents of this area wanted to cement the history of the town officially and recognize the uniqueness of what it was and what it was about to become. The town which grew up around a crossroads Continue Reading

Clayton Real Estate Market Report Last Quarter 2016.

Home Prices

 Market Report For Clayton, NC Homes Sold Last Quarter 2016.   The Clayton real estate market for the last quarter of 2016 showed a strong market in certain price ranges with some homes getting multiple offers and going under contract in a matter of hours or a couple of days. This market report takes into account all homes with a Clayton mailing address and not just those within the town limits. Here is how long homes were on the market in the different price ranges.   Homes Priced Between $115,000-$140,000 sold in an average of 17 Days Homes Priced Between Continue Reading

5 Tips To Know Before Buying A Home In Clayton, NC.

Relocating To Clayton, NC

Here Are 5 Things About Clayton, NC  That Will Help Homebuyers.  Are you thinking about buying a home in  Clayton, NC and you're unsure of where to start or what to look for, what subdivisions you should be looking at? Here are five tips to help you find the right home in the right neighborhood for you and your family. 1. Clayton The Town & Clayton The Mailing Address. First off most of the subdivisions with a Clayton mailing address are not actually inside the town limit they simply have a Clayton mailing address. They may be in the Clayton ETJ or they may be in Johnston County. If Continue Reading

New Homes Coming To Established Subdivisions In Clayton, NC

New Homes in Clayton Subdivisions

[analytify-stats metrics="ga:users" dimensions="ga:source" date_type="- 30 days" max_results="5" sort="-ga:users" analytics_for="current" permission_view="administrator"] New Homes In Older Clayton Neighborhoods There is a burst of building activity going on in a number of established subdivisions in and around Clayton. A sign of the growing demand for housing in this part of the Triangle and the popularity of this rapidly growing small town. The town itself is growing adding new retail stores, amenities and the infrastructure and resources needed to keep pace with all the newcomers. Most Continue Reading