by Marianne Howell Wright
History of Cary Park
Cary Park was the first large planned unit development (PUD) to move into the countryside in West Cary. The developer was East West Partners, the same company that developed Meadowmont in Chapel Hill and Woodcroft in Durham and many others in the area.It was in early 2000 when I first visited Cary Park. The 28 acre lake was surrounded by farmland with just a few streets and model homes under construction. My clients wondered where we were as we drove through miles of country. It’s changed a lot today.
The neighborhood has continued to be developed over the past decade with a mix of townhomes, condos, apartments and single family homes. The neighborhood, like many of the big PUD’s, is divided into smaller neighborhoods typically built out by different builders buying a section. There are a mixture of regional and national builders as well as local custom builders.
Map of homes for sale in Cary Park with closest grocery stores and schools. Add other elements to your search including parks, churches, shopping, and hospitals.
Homes for sale in Cary Park
Cary Park Today
The neighborhood looks good now as trees have grown up and landscaping has become more established.Inside the homes are showing some age and some buyers feel the need to update.
The newer areas of the neighborhood have up to date interiors but the landscaping looks a little bare.
As you can see from the lifestyle map above of Cary Park it is very close to shopping including a new Harris Teeter with Starbucks.
New neighborhoods are going up all around Cary Park. Most are mixed use PUDS.
I-540 , the Wake outer beltline is just a couple of miles from Cary Park making a trip to Research Triangle Park and the Airport easy.
A Western Wake Best Neighborhood Award Winner
Cary Park won a best neighborhood award from the readers of Cary Magazine.
Residents of Cary Park enjoy walking and biking on sidewalks and paved trails. Amenities also include the lake, pools, club house, playing fields and shopping close by. Schools are excellent with high parental involvement.