Bexley at Weston is a nearly new subdivision in north Cary, North Carolina. Sixty-four homes built between 2004 and February 2007 by MI Homes comprise Bexley at Weston. The subdivision is located on Norwell Boulevard, between Weston Parkway and the Cary Parkway.
Bexley at Weston backs to the Town of Cary Greenway system. North Cary Park with a playground, soccer field, and picnic facilities is across Nowell Road. Nearby amenities include shopping at the Arboreteum, with other opportunities within a short drive. The Research Triangle Park (RTP,) Downtown Raleigh, and NC State University are each just about a 15 minute commute.
Home sizes in Bexley at Weston range from 2800 to just over 4000 square feet of living area. Brick and cultured stone exteriors are common upgrades, with some homes offering full brick veneer. Inside, hardwood floors, granite countertops, upgrade appliances, and 10 foot ceilings contribute to a sense of quality construction. Lot sizes vary from .15 to .3 acres, with most at .2 acres or slightly less. Sales have ranged from $382,000 to $489,000.
Bexley at Weston has a homeowners association which maintains common areas. Annual dues are $750.
Kids in Bexley at Weston go to great schools. School assignments are managed by Wake County Public School System. More information on Wake County Schools.
Property taxes are about 0.86% of the assessed Tax Value. More Information on Wake County North Carolina Property Taxes.
When you consider quality construction, and a wonderfully convenient location, it isn’t hard to see why homes in Bexley at Weston sell rapidly!