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Dutchess Village is a mature and affordable neighborhood in the center of Cary, NC. Dutchess Village is situated off High House Road, with the entrance just across from the Edgehill Farm entrance. Access to the neighborhood is from High House Road, or through Oakwood Heights on Howland Avenue.
Raleigh and NC State University are an easy 20 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, “RTP,” is about 25 minutes. Heavy traffic can lengthen either commute.
The neighborhood was originally developed in the mid-1980′s by BTD Corporation. Dutchess Village includes 149 pleasant 1.5 and 2 story homes, 12 cluster homes, and 34 townhomes.
Typical single family home amenities include 3 to 5 bedrooms with home sizes ranging from 1500 to 2700 square feet, 1.5 to 3 baths, beautiful .2 to .4 acre heavily wooded lots, some garages, natural gas or electric heat pump heat, and a suburban cul-de-sac street development. Single family home sales fall in the $200,000-$250,000 range.
Townhomes offer brick fronts, wooded settings, walk-up attics, and exterior maintenance. 2 bedrooms and 2 or 2.5 baths are typical. Townhome sales run an affordable $130,000-$140,000 average.
Cluster homes sell for $155,000 to $180,000. Cluster homes average 1150 square feet for 2 bedrooms, or 1500 square feet for 3 bedrooms.
Dutchess Village has a Homeowners Association, with HOA dues set at $155/month for townhomes with exterior maintenance included, and $15/month for cluster homes.
Property taxes are approximately 0.86% of the property’s assessed Tax Value. More information on Wake County property taxes.
School assignments are great Cary schools: Kingswood Elementary, West Cary Middle, and Cary High schools. Assignments are subject to change by Wake County Public Schools. More information on Wake County Public Schools.
This great location has easy access to main thoroughfares, beautiful wooded lots, decent appreciation, and good buyer affordability. These facts combine to make Dutchess Village a terrific choice in Cary, North Carolina.