Tanglewood is one of the older affordable neighborhoods in Cary NC. Tanglewood was developed in the mid-1960's, and is in a great central Cary location, near Cary Towne Center Mall, Cary High School, Lions Park, Cary Swim Club, and Cary's Dunham Park.
Homes in Tanglewood, built in the 1960's and early 1970's are ranches, split-levels, traditional, and enjoy large lots. As well as mature landscaping, the neighborhood was developed at a time when builders worked around large trees, rather than scraping them off the lot. The result is a wonderful green canopy and deep shade from lovely trees for most homes.
Cary Swim Club, at 536 Walnut Street in Cary NC is a private, non-profit, recreational facility operated by voting members through a board of directors.
The club is conveniently locate at the corner of Tanglewood Drive and Walnut Street in Cary, adjacent to Lions Park, and near the Cary High School.
Nearby Cary Neighborhoods include Tanglewood, Greenwood Forest, Irongate, and Coronado Village.
Hanover Place in the center of Cary NC is a pretty neighborhood in Kildaire Farm Planned Unit Development, nestled between a Kildaire Farm lake and a modern shopping center full of conveniences and services. And Hanover Place has a GREAT Walk Score of 83!
Without crossing a major street, Hanover Place residents can shop at Trader Joes, Staples Office Supply, Lynn's Hallmark and other smaller shops. Food choices are varied also
Hanover Place townhomes were built in the mid-1980's in a contemporary style. They vary from 1400–1700 square feet, with 2 or 3 bedrooms, vaulted ceilings, garages, and warm wood exteriors.
Single family cluster homes were added to the community in the 1990's. They commonly range between 1450 and 1700 square feet, commonly offering three bedrooms and two baths.
New Kent Village in Cary NC has two major plusses: With condos selling in the low $100,000's, or even less, New Kent Village is certainly one of the most affordable neighorhoods in Cary. Secondly, the condo complex is in a totally desirable location near the center of Cary.
Within a couple of hundred yards of New Kent Village, the visitor will find multiple restaurants, from pizza to IHOP pancakes, burgers and Mexican fare, Steaks served up at Outback, and steaks to go from the Meat House, a good Ace Hardware store, Gold's Gym, a furniture store, and various other retail and service establishments. All accessed without crossing a major street!
New Kent Village condos, built in 1985 to 1986, range between 950 and 1200 square feet, commonly offering two bedrooms and two baths.