Best Neighborhoods to Live in Fayetteville, North Carolina
When buying a home, location is just about “everything.” Choosing the right neighborhood is a big decision and can be the difference in settling, thriving, or regretting your purchase. We want you to love your next home, so we thought we would put together this snapshot on the best neighborhoods that Fayetteville, North Carolina has to offer.
We took information from home evaluation sites, real estate statistics and quality of life factors and compiled them into this top five list. We hope it gives you some useful information going into your next real estate purchase. Let’s dive in.
Top Five Neighborhoods in Fayetteville
Hope Mills – Leading the pack is the Hope Mills neighborhood which gets excellent ratings from a number of places. What’s interesting about this neighborhood is that it appears on many data sites even though it doesn’t get the “highest ratings” as others. Since it made on multiple lists (unlike others on our top five), we are featuring it. Niche rates this neighborhood high in diversity and decent on price point. The median home price in this area is about $132,000. It has a fair education rating and good overall amenities marks.
Pinehurst – This neighborhood gets a 10 out of 10 from HomeSnacks with excellent marks in education, affordability, and safety. This neighborhood doesn’t show up on some data sights making it a hidden gem for those seeking a great find. The median home price is almost $290,000.
Vander – Like Pinehurst, Vander doesn’t show up on some data sites. While it doesn’t get the same enthusiasm as Pinehurst, the neighborhood leads in diversity and cost of living. The median home price is $113,000 making it ideal for new families.
Spring Lake – This neighborhood is popular due to how close it is to Fort Bragg. This area leads in Nightlight and diversity ratings according to Niche. HomeSnack likes this neighborhood due to its commute time and education marks.
Whispering Pines – When you find reviews of this neighborhood, it gets high marks, despite not being seen in all data sites. The median home price is $290,000 with a stable job market, high safety marks, and affordability.
Southern Pines – Coming in at number five, is the neighborhood of Southern Pines as an “up and comer.” It’s a less affordable neighborhood and has fewer jobs (more suburban), but it has excellent education and amenities ratings, which is why it makes our list.
We hope this list gives you some direction when you start looking for your new house. There are many great places to call home in Fayetteville, but these are trending on our list for early 2019. As you move through the home buying process, we would love to know where you land. Drop us a note and let us know your top pick. Also, if you need a quality home inspection or other home services, Home Inspectors of North Carolina invite you to look around our site and give us a call. We would be happy to be a part of your home buying process.