Live in Cary, NC
Updated: Apr 15
Life in Cary lives up to the town's accolades and national rankings. The large town is one of the best places to live in the country. Bond Brothers Brewery is ranked the #1 Brewery in the Triangle. Offering a family-friendly atmosphere, run clubs, and food trucks is a hot spot for locals to frequent any given evening. Breakfast lovers would enjoy La Farm Bakery since it is notorious for craft coffee beverages and a variety of bread. Lucky 32 Southern Kitchen is the place to go for traditional southern cooking. Whether you're looking for traditional shrimp and grits, pulled pork, or extensive salad and sandwich options, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Cary Crossroads is your one-stop shopping center for all of your needs. Target, Harris Teeter, Old Navy, Dick’s Sporting Goods, are just a few stores you can find within the plaza. And the most import thing is that you get to live in a big house with a reasonalble house price and get to have a big backyard to grow your favorite flowers, of course lawn care service is also affordable here.
When Cary isn't winning awards you can be sure the neighbors are, Apex was recently ranked as the #1 best place to live in the country by Money Magazine. Holly Springs is well on it's way to stardom as the city continues to build out neighborhoods, schools, and amenities. The DNA that built both Cary and Raleigh into some of the best places to live is making it's way to Apex and Holly Springs, two neighboring cities.