During the past 20 years, Holly Springs has transformed itself into one of the most attractive communities in the Research Triangle Region. While it’s home to small businesses and multi-national firms, including the $600 million Novartis flu vaccine manufacturing facility, you’ll find that Holly Springs remains a family-centered community.
Its location in the heart of North Carolina also is an asset. It’s only a short drive from beautiful beaches (about two hours east) and the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains (three hours west). Within the state, you will find numerous lakes, spacious state parks, and hundreds of golf courses, including the world-famous Pinehurst Resort (less than one hour south).
The median home value in Holly Springs is $279,200. Holly Springs home values have gone up 6.2% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 3.3% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Holly Springs is $138, which is higher than the Raleigh Metro average of $132. The median price of homes currently listed in Holly Springs is $383,990 and the median rent price is $1,595, which is higher than the Raleigh Metro median of $1,495.
Visitors seeking adventure in the great outdoors should make a point to visit Bass Lake Park, which features a fully stocked 54-acre lake, perfect for any fishing enthusiast. For those craving an artistic experience, the Holly Springs Cultural Center offers local theater, performances and visual arts, highlighted by the annual Community Arts Festival in late January. The town boasts the producers-only Holly Springs Farmers Market, which offers up fresh-off-the-farm produce and products.
With festivals and events going on all year, you’ll find Holly Springs is a thriving destination no matter when you visit. Visitors will also be delighted to find outstanding restaurants throughout.