Willow Spring Area Guide for Wake County Residents
Considered an unincorporated section of southwestern Wake County and western Johnston County, Willow Springs is a quaint and unique place to live.
It also happens to be quite exclusive – especially given that only 212 people lived there as of 2007.
Why People Love Living in Willow Spring
Let us count the reasons!
First, this home enjoys a rich history that dates back centuries. For instance, the Frank and Mary Smith House as well as the Turner and Amelia Smith House are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
What’s more, this community is home to some beauty natural areas, including wetlands that surround Willow Spring and Black Creek.
This community is also home to the high-achieving Willow Spring Elementary School. This school has the distinction of being only one of a few public schools in the state that received a 10 out of 10 rating by Great Schools.
For middle and high school, residents attend nearby schools in Fuquay-Varina.
And of course, Willow Springs has the added bonus of being located near Research Triangle Park, which offers plenty of excellent employment opportunities.
Would You Like to Relocate to Willow Spring?
If so, then please take a moment to contact us at The Sandy Edwards Team.
We would love to assist you by answering any lingering questions you might have and also telling you about any available listings in this community.
And when you contact us, we also encourage you to request our relocation kit as well as our buying guide – both of which offer invaluable assistance to buyers.
We’ll Help You Sell Your Home Too!
Please also remember to contact us if you’re interested in listing your current Willow Spring home on the market.
We would love to help you by first providing a free home evaluation, which will ultimately help you set the right list price for your property.