The Battery at High House is a nearly new neighborhood off High House Road in central Cary, NC. The Battery at High House is located between Wood Hollow and Hampstead Park. Access to the neighborhood is from High House Road south into The Battery on Darbytown Place.
The neighborhood was developed in 2004 by KB Homes. Sixty-five pleasant modern transitional homes comprise The Battery at High House, with home sizes ranging from 2200 to 3900 square feet.
Typical amenities include open family rooms, 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, separate formal areas, many windows to light the home, .11 to .23 acre lots, 2 car garages, dual-zone HVAC with natural gas heat, standing-seam metal porch roofs, low-maintenance brick and vinyl exteriors, and a suburban cul-de-sac street development.
Also within walking distance are choices of shopping centers, Fred G. Bond Park, and miles of Town of Cary greenways.
School assignments are among some of the region’s top schools, and are managed by and are subject to change by Wake County Public Schools. More information on Wake County Public Schools.
The Battery at High House has a Homeowners Association. HOA dues are approximately $525 annually, and are used for maintenance of common areas.
Home sales currently fall in the $320,000-$390,000 range.
Property taxes are approximately 0.86% of the property’s assessed Tax Value. More information on Wake County property taxes.
These attributes and a great location tucked off main thoroughfares combine to make The Battery at High House a greatly desired location in Cary, NC.