My wife accompanied me for a Saturday evening drive through the Woods of Kildaire, Cary, NC.
Many of the photos show the development of dusk, and the quietude of life in a wooded preserve. It was a nice change of pace, as I usually tour neighborhoods in full daylight, and the light at dusk made the neighborhood seem warm and comfortable.
Woods of Kildaire is a mature affordable neighborhood in the center of Cary, NC. Woods of Kildaire is situated off the SW Cary Parkway. Access to the neighborhood is also available from Kildaire Farm Road, and through MacGregor Downs. Access and egress to and from the neighborhood are convenient.
Woods of Kildaire was developed in the mid-1970’s through the 1980’s. Traditional 1.5 and two-story homes, and a variety of contemporary styles comprise Woods of Kildaire. Home sizes ranging from 2200 to 3900 square feet. As the photos indicate, Woods of Kildaire is heavily wooded with a mix of mature hardwoods, and huge pine trees.
Home features include 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths, beautiful 1/3 to .5+ acre heavily wooded lots, garages, natural gas heat, and a winding suburban cul-de-sac street development.
School assignments are subject administered by Wake County Public Schools. More information on Wake County Public Schools.
Woods of Kildaire Homeowners Association provides common area maintenance. HOA dues are approximately $220 annually.
Home sales currently range from the mid-$200,000’s to over $400,000.
Property taxes are approximately 0.86% of the property’s assessed Tax Value. More information on Wake County property taxes.
This great location has excellent access to shopping along main thoroughfares, large heavily-wooded lots, and affordable value. These characteristics make Woods of Kildaire a superb choice for buyers wanting a fine home in Cary, North Carolina. See my Woods of Kildaire slideshow on Flickr.