Welcome to Meadowmont Village
While the homes and the community may be relatively new, the story behind Meadowmont
is rich with history. The land that Meadowmont was built on was originally owned by the DuBose family, who built The DuBose House in 1933. The home and its surroundings were known as Meadowmont because of its location on a hill surrounded by dense North Carolina forest. The home still stands in its original location and stands as a perfect example of Georgian Revival style architecture. The home has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
In the late 1980s, the home and its gardens were donated to the nearby University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The university maintains the home and its garden and has built several executives and educational buildings around it. The house itself is used to host special events. The rest of the land, however, remained in possession of the family, and during the 1990s, was opened for development due to the high cost of maintenance. The land began to develop into the community known as Meadowmont thanks to Roger Perry, who kept the name to reflect the history of the land.
Built-in 1999, Meadowmont is a connected community that utilizes the narrow streets and old stone walls of the old DuBose estate. Tree-lined streets and sidewalks attest to the accessibility of the neighborhood while homes lined with front porches and neighborhood parks support an air of Southern hospitality, encouraging interaction between neighbors.
Meadowmont offers a variety of real estate opportunities within its friendly community. Whether residents are looking for townhomes, condos, estate homes, or Craftsman cottages, Meadowmont offers a variety of luxury homes.
As a historic, luxury community in Chapel Hill, there’s plenty to do in and out of the community. Residents often visit Meadowmont Village
, a retail center filled with restaurants, shopping boutiques, grocers, and service providers within walking distance.
Maintaining an active lifestyle is very popular among residents, and fully supported by the community. There are miles of walking and biking trails throughout the community, as well as access to the Chapel Hill Greenway Trail. There are also numerous parks, playgrounds, and ponds, and the community has its own YMCA and swim club.
For ice cream lovers, nearby Maple View Farms
offers some of the best dairy products in the area.
Location: Chapel Hill
Size: 435 acres
# Residences: single family homes
Age: 2001 – 2019
Price Range: $400k – $2M
Elementary School: Rashkis / Creekside
Middle School: Culbreth / Githens
High School: ECHHS / Jordan
Walk Score*: 62 / 100
Transit Score*: 39 / 100
Bicycle Score*: 66 / 100
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