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Holly Springs

Holly Springs Area Guide for Wake County Residents

Holly Springs is the kind of community that people relocate to and then never want to leave.

Located in Wake County, this community of more than 25,000 residents offers a high-quality of life, with excellent jobs, great schools and an unbeatable location.

Continue reading to learn more about what this community can offer you and your family.

Why History Enthusiasts Love Holly Springs

This community has a rich history that dates all the way back to the time that the Tuscarora Indians ruled the area.

The area served as a hunting ground for the Indians prior to colonial settlement. And in fact, the tribe fled the state around 1720 in order to escape the influx of Europeans. They would eventually become the sixth nation of the Iroquois.

This community came to be known as Holly Springs in the 1800s because it was the site of fresh water springs near the intersection of what is now Avent Ferry Road and Cass Hold Road.

The community had a prominent place in the history books during the Depression, World War II and other major milestones in American history.

Today, remnants of this rich history can still be seen around town. For instance, the Harrington-Dewar House was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2009.

Why Parents Love Living Here

This community, which was actually ranked the 22nd best small town to live in by CNNMoney in 2007, offers families access to some outstanding public schools.

Part of the Wake County Public School system, these schools include:

  • Holly Grove Elementary School
  • Holly Ridge Elementary School
  • Holly Springs Elementary School
  • Holly Ridge Middle School
  • Holly Grove Middle School
  • Holly Springs High School

The New School Montessori Center, a private school, is also located here.

Why Active Types Love Living in Holly Springs

This community boasts a number of well-maintained public recreation facilities, including:

  • Bass Lake Park
  • Greenways
  • Jones Park
  • Future North Main Athletic Complex
  • Parrish Womble Park
  • Sugg Farm Park

What’s more, Holly Springs is also home to the Holly Springs Salamanders, a baseball team which will begin play in 2015 in the Coastal Plain League.

Impressed With What Holly Springs Has to Offer?

If so, then please contact us at The Sandy Edwards Team. We are your dedicated Wake County real estate experts and we would love to talk with you about available homes for sale in Holly Springs if you’re interested.

We’ll also provide some outstanding home buying resources, such as our relocation kit as well as our buying guide.

It’s a Great Time to Sell Your Holly Springs Home

And please make sure to contact us as well if you’re interested in listing the Holly Springs home you already own.

We have years of experience getting home sellers the price they want for their properties and we’d be happy to assist you as well.

Contact us to learn more or to request your free home evaluation!