Morrisville is a town located primarily in Wake County, North Carolina (a small portion extends into neighboring Durham County), equal distance from Raleigh and Durham. Morrisville has a population of over 21,000, easy access to I-40, I-540, US-1 and are adjacent to Raleigh-Durham International Airport and Research Triangle Park, putting it in a prime location for doing business.
People move to Morrisville for many reasons – excellent schools, proximity to Research Triangle Park, and the Raleigh-Durham area to name a few. They then choose to stay because of the superb quality of life. Businesses are thriving, neighborhoods are safe, winters are mild and summers are warm.
The median home value in Morrisville is $289,400. Morrisville home values have gone up 5.9% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 3.1% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Morrisville is $148, which is higher than the Raleigh Metro average of $132. The median price of homes currently listed in Morrisville is $323,695 and the median rent price is $1,595, which is higher than the Raleigh Metro median of $1,495.
Morrisville is a small but growing enclave known for its diversity, educated populace and cultural vibrancy. Foodies and globetrotters alike will enjoy international dishes, dance and more at the East Meets West Festival in September. Throughout the year, visitors can experience a variety of sumptuous cuisines at Indian, Persian and Southern restaurants.
Morrisville’s location just west of the airport offers a unique reason to swing out of Raleigh for a quick getaway. RDU Observation Park provides sweeping views of the airport runways and Air Traffic Control Tower and is an exciting activity to enjoy with the entire family. Families can also enjoy exploring N.C. wildlife and native habitat at Crabtree Creek Nature Park, a 34-acre wooded and wetland park site with walking trails and a nature center.