For residents looking for the freedom of choices in a luxury neighborhood, The Reserve is a perfect community. Located on the outskirts of the Chapel Hill township, The Reserve is an executive home neighborhood that offers a variety of architectural choices and amenities. The neighborhood is built on a few slight hills, and backs against the North Carolina Botanical center, making for a very lovely view from the homes.
The Reserve’s homes are all custom built and range in type, style, and size. While most of the homes feature a transitional styling, there is a vast variety of styles across the homes of The Reserve. Regardless of style, all homes come with everything you’d expect in a luxury home. All of the homes are located on large plots of land from two to five acres. These plots are filled with trees and wildlife that blend the homes into the gorgeous North Carolina landscape.
Each of the homes were carefully designed to accompany it’s surrounding topography and the natural landscape around it. While this may have been for aesthetic reasons, the neighborhood layout allows for abundant privacy while the location allows owners to live close to family or easy access to the rest of the Triangle.
As one of the premier luxury communities in the Triangle region, The Reserve aims to pride it’s residents with the best luxury real estate experience in the Triangle area. A homeowner’s association works to protect the quality of life within the Reserve while allowing residents as much freedom and privacy as possible.
Located outside of the town of Chapel Hill, the neighborhood enjoys much peace and quiet while having access to a multitude of amenities. The neighborhood is within the Chapel Hill/Carrboro School District, home to some of the best schools in the state. The Reserve is served by Mary Scroggs Elementary, Grey Culbreth Middle, and Carrboro High School.
While the neighborhood may not have immediate access to certain amenities found in larger luxury neighborhoods, The Reserve’s location is strategically located in the Triangle to have fast access to anywhere residents may want to be. Many of the residents of The Reserve have jobs in the Research Triangle Park, which attest to its accessibility to the rest of the Triangle.