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  Homes For Sale in Morrisville

Under $100,000 $100,000 - $200,000 $200,000 - $300,000 $300,000 - $400,000 $400,000 - $500,000
$500,000 - $750,000  $750,000 - $1,000,000 $1,000,000 +  REO (Foreclosures)  Short Sales

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 About Morrisville

Morrisville, NCMorrisville is a rapidly growing town in Wake County. The population was 251 in 1980, but today has grown an astounding 7,370% to a little over of 18,500. Morrisville vaulted from a dot on the map because of its proximity to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, and because it is immediately adjacent to the Research Triangle Park.

The area was originally named in 1852 after Jeremiah Morris. Morris donated land to the North Carolina Railroad for a depot, water tower, and other buildings. The town continued to grow as a result of the rail line and its location at the intersection of roads leading to Chapel Hill, Raleigh, and Hillsborough.

Morrisville's location adjacent to the Research Triangle Park (RTP), RDU, and I-40 makes it an attractive location for offices, light industry and hotels. But Morrisville has statewide location appeal as well as regional importance. Morrisville is located in the northeast central region of North Carolina, where the North American Piedmont and Atlantic Coastal Plain regions meet. This area is known as the "fall line" because it marks the elevation inland at which waterfalls begin to appear in creeks and rivers. As a result, most of Morrisville features gently rolling hills that slope eastward toward the state's flat coastal plain. Its central Piedmont location situates the county about three hours west of Atlantic Beach, North Carolina, by car and four hours east of the Great Smoky Mountains of the Appalachian range.

morrisville, NCThe central downtown core of Morrisville is located essentially along the upper portion of Crabtree Creek, which then feeds into Lake Crabtree, located in the southeastern part of the town. So here you are. You have made your choice to move to North Carolina, specifically to the Greater Research Triangle area. Good choice! Many people have decided that living here will provide the very best lifestyle available, including buying a home in Morrisville, landing the best employment and even finding the best schools and/or or higher education. Thousands of people have made the decision to relocate to the Research Triangle, just like you. A newcomer will find why the Greater Research Triangle has ranked as one of the best regions in North Carolina to live or work, to buy the best real estate, to start a business, to raise a family, or even to retire. THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN MORRISVILLE

Exploring life in Morrisville is a good decision, and here are fun things to know:

*On, off and on again - The town was officially chartered in 1875 but was disincorporated in 1933. Eventually the town charter was restored in 1947

*Battle of Morrisville - On April 13, 1865, Federal cavalry under the command of Gen. Judson Kilpatrick skirmished with the retreating Confederate armies at the then-named Morrisville Station.



Morrisville, NCIt has become almost routine for Morrisville to be praised as a wonderful place to live. Residents' testimonials, articles and various organizations bestow glowing reviews and accolades about living here. With these superlatives publicized for so long, the Research Triangle area's fame as a great place to live has been a magnet attracting people, like you, to explore and relocate.

This sense of the Morrisville good life is expressed on the website of the Morrisville

Chamber of Commerce:

"Morrisville, North Carolina is centrally located in the Triangle, maintains a smart population, and is poised to become one of the best places to live and work in the next twenty years. In 1990 the community was primarily business, and in recent years we have grown in to a better match with an increased number of residential units. This works out perfectly for the estimated 35,000-day timers who choose to live and work in this community. Morrisville, NC is in Wake County, which has continually received accolades for being a great area with low crime rates, mild winters, and a vibrant economy."


morrisville, NCMorrisville and her neighboring communities share several common benefits. The first great reason to live in the Greater Research Triangle is a wonderful climate. Spring and summer are filled with a bouquet of blossoms that flood the visual and olfactory senses. Parks and beautiful homes treat citizens and visitors alike with colors as if from the palette of a great landscape painter. The fall blazes with glorious colors so awesome that it almost takes your breath away. The winters are mild, and every now and then, the students get a day off for a light snow. It rarely gets below freezing. How could anyone not like the weather and climate in Morrisville, North Carolina?

The second reason to live in Morrisville is that it is a great place to buy a home.

Morrisville real estate is affordable. Newcomers can choose between well-established homes for sale or new homes in outstanding new home communities. You can choose a lot and build a custom home. Simply select a homebuilder from the many in Greater Research Triangle. A qualified REALTOR, real estate agent, mortgage broker or loan officer can assist in the home purchase process and can guide you through the process of finding and buying real estate in Morrisville.

Schools are another reason Greater Research Triangle is a wonderful place to live.

Morrisville, NCOh yeah - families especially love the schools in Morrisville. In fact, some of the best schools in Greater Research Triangle are found in Morrisville. The Wake County Public School System, frequently cited for several outstanding programs, services Morrisville. Morrisville schools are considered safe places for students.


Whether you are relocating to Morrisville, or moving across town, New Movers provides articles, advice and guidance from area businesses, organizations and professionals. Your new Research Triangle neighbors are organized by the specific stage of your new move. Read more about Morrisville new homes; Morrisville real estate; Morrisville apartments; Morrisville storage and mortgages for Morrisville homes.

So, whether you are just exploring relocating, or you have definitely decided to make Morrisville, North Carolina your new home here, congratulations

 Morrisville Neighborhoods


Addison Park
$350,000 - $450,000
2,500 - 4,000 sq ft
$150,000 - $350,000
1,500 - 3,500 sq ft
Carpenter Park
$100,000 - $150,000
1,100 - 1,800 sq ft
$375,000 - $650,000
2,500 - 4,000 sq ft
Church Street Toenes
$175,000 - $300,000
1,400 - 2,100 sq ft
Downing Glen
$150,000 - $250,000
1,400 - 2,100 sq ft
Everett Crossing
$200,000 - $270,000
1,300 - 1,800 sq ft
Grace Park
$200,000 - $300,000
1,700 - 2,600 sq ft
Groves at Morrisville
$140,000 - $200,000
1,400 - 1,800 sq ft
Hamlet in the Park
$110,000 - $170,000
1,000 - 1,600 sq ft

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