121 Palace Green
Cary, NC

27518

3 beds       |        2.5 baths      |       2,019 sq ft

$450,000

Colonial Beauty in the Heart of Cary.

Located in Williamsburg Commons. One of the most charming and exceptional boutique neighborhoods in Cary, NC. Meticulously maintained, the neighborhood features mature trees, cedar shakes, brick lined streets, picket fences, and colonial lantern posts. Ideally situated between the Hemlock Nature Preserve and the Lochmere Golf Club, this home provides a one-of-kind living experience. Private neighborhood access to picturesque nature trails lead to both the golf course and the preserve, as well as Ritter Park and Koko Booth Amphitheater. This particularly convenient on the 4th of July, as Koko Booth is home to Cary’s annual Independence Day celebration and fireworks display, along with concerts and wine/food festivals. No need to worry about parking, just grab your picnic basket and go! 

 

Designed by William Poole, the only architect given permission to reproduce the homes of Colonial Williamsburg. This 44 home-site planned neighborhood was created to replicate the charm and historic simplicity of 18th century architecture. The home itself showcases a beautiful mix of modern design and historic detailing. Traditional heart of pine flooring throughout. First floor master is a restful retreat with lovely views of nature trails. Private backyard is lined with mature trees. Deck is perfect for alfresco dinning and entertaining. 

 

Beauty and fun year round. Bursting magnolias and crepe myrtles along with community wine nights at the gazebo in the spring and summer. Stunning natural garland, traditional colonial fruit swags, and streets lined with flame burning crescents during the winter holidays. This home and neighborhood offers a truly unique lifestyle. 

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