Meadowmont is a 435-acre, bustling new home community and village along the corridor into Chapel Hill. Southern hospitality and grace abound in this interconnected community. Narrow, tree-lined streets and old stone walls keep its historic atmosphere present.
The community gets its name from a 20,000 square-foot historic house that stands above it. Built in 1933 by the DuBose family, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The variety of homes in Meadowmont draws people in all stages of life. Wooded estate homes, Craftsman-style cottage homes, luxury townhomes, and maintenance-free condos are clustered throughout this cozy neighborhood. Neighborly interaction is encouraged with front porches, neighborhood parks, and sidewalks on both side of every street. Large ponds are surrounded by neatly trimmed grass, and walking and biking paths allow you to leave your car at home and instead get some fresh air.
Meadowmont Village offers a small-town Main Street feel. It is perfect for a Friday night fiesta with friends or grabbing a bite to eat during lunch-hour rush. Restaurants, offices, drycleaners, salons, and cafes are all within the Village.
Highway-54, UNC-Chapel Hill, and I-40 are only minutes from Meadowmont. Finley Golf Course, the YMCA, and UNC’s Wellness Center at Meadowmont are also conveniently located nearby.