Chapel Hill located in  Orange County along with Hillsborough and Carrboro is home to the University of North Carolina.  Chapel Hill's town center  was originally occupied by a small church called 'Chapel Of Ease' or 'New Hope Chapel'  The Carolina Inn now sits on that site. Around 1793, the town auctioned off lots when they first started building the university (UNC) Those lots are now in the Chapel Hill Historic District.  UNC is our nation's oldest public university, founded in 1793.

Chapel Hill's nickname is The Southern Part of Heaven. Its sister city is Saratov, Russia. Chapel Hill's population according to the 2010 census is 57,233.
The charming downtown area hosts unique,eclectic stores, restaurants and other businesses.Residents and visitors enjoy the feel of a small town all the while being within 20 minutes of the airport, Raleigh and Durham. Franklin Street by the way, was  named after Benjamin Franklin.  Rosemary Street, a parallel street, was named after residents who lived at its opposite ends—Rose and Mary!

Bon Appetit named Chapel Hill -'America's Foodiest Town'
Try some of these restaurants 
Ii  Palio at the Siena Hotel, Mama Dips,Bin 54, 411 West, LaResidence, Lantern, Fearrington House,
Caffe Driade


UNC is known, not only as a great college but also home to the North Carolina Tar Heels. Hope you love basketball because this town bleeds Carolina Blue! As you know traditionally, fire engines are red, but... In Chapel Hill,  Engines 31, 32, 33, 34 and 35 are painted Carolina blue, like the color of the Carolina Tar Heel sports teams.
Want to know more about UNC? Where to park, how to get around etc....

The Morehead Planetarium which opened in 1949 was a NASA training facility from 1960 to 1975 .

Not to be missed in Chapel Hill- miles and miles of walking/bike trails.  Check out this map.
National Trust for Historic Preservation named Chapel Hill, North Carolina, as one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations for 2011, so come for a visit, let me show you how you can become part of this vibrant, fun charming community. Chapel Hill Magazine
Regarding the schools, here is what a client said about the schools in CH Chapel Hill "ranked very high, nationally.......and are very very solid and can easily match most great public school systems" 
Here are some  accolades: