Sharon Lewis

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201 Shannon Oaks Circle, Suite 101
Cary, NC
  Morrisville, located in Wake County, is in central North Carolina perfectly situated between Raleigh and Durham (almost equal distance).  Morrisville offer's easy access to I-40, I-540, US-1 and is minutes to Raleigh-Durham International Airport and Research Triangle Park (RTP). Its also minutes to some great shopping like Brier Creek and Southpointe Mall.
A little about Morrisville – The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce annual State of Affairs was held on  July 18. The Mayor stated “It’s good to be Morrisville.” Why? check out these recent stats:

Did you know that Morrisville has the youngest population in Wake County and the highest median income at $46,264. Even more interesting a combined family income is $103,000 . Morrisville has  highest level of residents possessing a college degree- 74% of the residents!

What happened during the downturn in the economy to Morrisville? The town grew and grew and grew from  250 residents in 1980 to just over 21,000  happy residents today.

Update Morrisville (July 2013)
The town of Morrisville held its annual breakfast this week and Mayor Jackie Holcombe stated "Its good to be Morrisville" 
Residentially and commerically, this is how the town stacks up -
60% of their development is residential and 40% is commercial  which offsets their tax base.... currently set at 39 cents per $100 of valuation.
 Morrisville just got a  Triple A bond rating from Standard and Poor which allows the this charming town to borrow money at 2.5% !
Greenways (walkways) are another major focus for Morrisville.They are builidng a regional connector called the Crabtree Creek Greenway which will  connect Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville & RTP. The town projects it will be a 100 miles of walkable/ bikeable trail to connect this part of Wake County.
Two more projects, Morrisville Parkway,where the train tracks are, which will take approximately three years and NC54 Bypass Project which is the town’s number 1 priority-if you have ever been on the this road during rush hour you will know its stop and go, stop, stop, stop.....
So lots ahead for this wonderful town that curves in and our of Cary's borders.

  People love Morrisville because of the  quality of life it offers:  mild winters, warm (to hot) summers and long springs and falls. The average year round temperature is 60 degrees. 
Here is a link to the town of Morrisville
Morrisville sits right beside the town of Cary, sometimes the lines blur with the two towns being so close to each other.
Morrisville was founded by Jeremiah Morris in 1852. He donated three acres to the North Carolina Railroad for a water station, woodshed and a couple of other buildings. He also established the first post office in Morrisville in 1852!
  For lovers of history please note that on   April 13, 1865, one of the last battles of the civil war took place in Morrisville, the battlefield is beside the Savannah community.  
  Around 1872,George Tonnoffski opened a liquor store and that same year, the  Page family built the Morrisville Hotel.
By the early 1870s, the Morrisville area had at least six general stores, a hotel, a steam sawmill, a cabinetmaker, a lawyer, and four physicians.
Not a large town, in 1880, the Town’s population was only 165. 1910 saw Samuel Horne's knitting-mill open up. On May 12, 1986 the current Town Seal was adopted.
Morrisville has grown quickly, in 1990 the population was 1,022, in 2010 it had grown to 18,576!
Please click on this link to read more about Morrisville's history.

To get your personlized list of homes for sale in Morrisville, call or email us, we will customize a list for you with the most up to date listings. 

Morrisville Utility Companies

Water & Sewer & Trash & Recycling
In City Limits: Client must fill out application and pay deposit.
Water 919-463-6171 or 919-463-6172, 
Trash 919-405-2440
Community Water
(919) 868-3014-Alpha Utilities
Electric Company
Start/Stop Service
Progress Energy 919-508-5400 or 1-800-452-2777
Gas Company
PSNC Call- 877-776-2427
Time Warner Cable 919-595-4892
Phone--AT&T 1-866-582-7205

You can also use AllConnect to get everything connected at one time

RTP Unveils New Master Plan

Posted: 12 Nov 2012 10:55 AM PST

Pictures from 2012 RTP Master Plan

 Research Triangle Parkhas renewed  it’s Master Plan, calling for more density, more mass transit and a more urban feel to the  technology and innovation park.

It's being called Triangle Commons

The first part of the plan calls for development in the northeastern corner of the Park, bringing high-tech town homes, shops and amenities.



Employment Expect to Grow to 150,000

According to BizJournals, this new RTP Master Plan calls for the work force  in the Park to grow to 150,000, tripling its current size.


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