Southern Village


From the Southern Part of Heaven Discover Southern Village
It took more than 200 years to create the charm and appeal that define the town of Chapel Hill. Within its quiet neighborhoods you’ll find distinctive homes reflective of lives well-lived.

Tree-lined streets intersect sidewalks, footpaths, alleys and greenways, encouraging leisurly strolls and exhilerating walkabouts. Rock walls harbor fragrant rose gardens and traditional formal front lawns give way to unexpected backyard sanctuaries. Kids can play outside after dark. Neighbors chat across the fence, gather for drinks on the porch, or meet on a shady hill for an impromptu picnic. It is for this and more that Chapel Hill has become known as The Southern Part of Heaven. And it is this and more that is Southern Village.

All that’s Best About Chapel Hill
From inception in 1994, Southern Village has been a place for and about people. Common sense town planning was revived to create the kind of neighborhood that, in earlier times, produced the best-loved parts of a town: narrow, tree-lined streets and wide sidewalks; a public square with a main street business district; alley-way access to garages; parks, playgrounds and ball fields. Modern conveniences have also been added: paved walking and biking trails, a swim and tennis club, a neighborhood market and restaurants, shops and offices, a church and a daycare. Also located within walking distance of home are Scroggs Elementary School, Culbreth Middle School and Carrboro High School – all part of the top-ranked Chapel Hill-Carrboro school system. As you can see, the treasures of small town life are only steps from your front door.

And, the homes of Southern Village are simply outstanding. Whether you’re single or married, have children at home or grandchildren who visit, you’ll enjoy superbly built homes of casual elegance, including condominiums, townhomes and single family homes. It’s a short two-mile trip from the Southern Village Park and Ride lot to downtown Chapel Hill and the campus of the University of North Carolina.

Isn’t It Time You Moved to a New Old Neighborhood?
The ambiance of an old, established neighborhood coupled with the comfort and ease of a newer home. Enjoy them both in Southern Village.

From 1-40, take exit 273B (NC Hwy 54 toward Chapel Hill). Proceed west and exit right onto Hwy 54/15-501 South. Exit right onto 15-501 South and turn left toward Pittsboro. Southern Village is one half mile on the right.

Please Enjoy these Scenes of Southern Village

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