Whether you are moving across the street or across the county, Coldwell Banker Advantage is here to help. We strongly believe in providing our clients with reliable customer service. Our agents are available to serve you with all your real estate needs.
This office has been a major force in the Chapel Hill and Durham real estate industry since opening in 1990. The merger of The Home Team and Coldwell Banker Advantage has made us even stronger, offering our clients the tools and resources of a large firm and the intimacy of a local Real Estate Company. Our company has grown through the years and continues to grow and change today in this dynamic industry.
Are you considering buying or selling a home in the Chapel Hill or surrounding areas? Our highly experienced agents are eager to assist you with all your real estate needs. Give us a call, send an email or stop by our office. We look forward t0 the opportunity to work with you.
Our office is conveniently located in Timberlyne Shopping Center on Weaver Dairy Road and just off exit 266 from I-40. We have plenty of parking for our clients.
With that true Carolina blue sky, Southern hospitality and just over a mile apart, Chapel Hill and Carrboro offer a great public school system that many families seek out when moving to the Triangle. Neighborhoods range from historic homes to mid-size single family residences and on up to expansive, spacious estates. So if this is your destination, this gem of a joint community is convenient to the major routes for job destinations in the Triangle.
Franklin Street is the soul of Chapel Hill and here you can find just about anything from dining to art to shopping at Julian's, and everything Tar Heel at Johnny T-shirt! Bon Appetit Magazine named Chapel Hill "America's Foodiest Small Town," for its wealth of restaurants and varying cuisine. Al's Burger Shack is just what the name implies - burgers, fries! For a famous BLT or a Carolina Double-Dog, Merritt's Store and Grill on S. Columbia Street makes the list. Sports fans need to make time to check out the Carolina Basketball Museum with its exhibits and memorabilia from the five-time NCAA Men's Basketball Champions. Want to check out the real stars, not on the court but in the sky, then visit the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center. Small-town living in Carrboro, just west from Chapel Hill, boasts a population of 20,000 residents where modern and organic integrate. The Carrboro Farmers' Market, which never disappoints, brings to attention local produce and healthy foods grown within a 50-miles radius of Carrboro. It was even mentioned as #4 in The New York Times as one of the things you need to do in Chapel Hill and Carrboro "when you've got 36 hours to get to know a city." There are plenty of options for outdoor time with the family in Carrboro. Take in one of the many parks easily found throughout the town where you can walk, hike, fish or work up a sweat with some sporting games and activities. Want a bite to eat, make sure to hit Neal's Deli for a heavenly sandwich or an out-of-this-world buttermilk biscuit. If you have the hankering for spicy food, Carrburritos has great guacamole to accompany your fave Mexican dishes. A growing area that still retains its charm, Carrboro may just have what you are looking for.
Chapel Hill was selected as the site for the first state university in 1795. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill was the nation's first public university. In 1882, a town, just a mile away from the college campus, was created to house a train station that would keep the noisy trains at bay. Originally, called Venable, the town's name was changed to Carrboro in 1913 after Julian Carr.
Franklin Street was named after Benjamin Franklin. The idea for the ram mascot, named Ramses, at UNC-Chapel Hill came in 1924 and they paid $25 to order the ram from Texas.
Things to Do
Carrboro Music Festival is held annually in September and their Annual Film Festival in November features area short films.
Festifall Arts Festival has celebrated more than 40 years in Chapel Hill highlighting the local art community.
Celebrate the Nation's birthday in spectacular style at the annual July 4th Celebration at Kenan Memorial Stadium.