Holly Rose

6999 Summertime Drive Gibsonville, NC 27249

$49,900

Active

Acres
0.7
Type
Lots and Land
Status
Active
MLS#
952245

Great opportunity to build your dream home! Beautiful wooded 0.70 acre corner lot. Phase 3 of Summer Glen offers mostly custom homes on spacious lots that offer privacy and convenience near accessible highways. Convenient location between Greensboro & Burlington.

Listing Agent

Holly Rose

(336) 516-5527


General

Type

  • Lots and Land

Lot Description

  • Corner, Level, Subdivision

Subdivision

  • Summer Glen

Acreage

  • 0.7

Use

  • Single Res

Topography

  • Corner
  • Subdivision
  • Level

Listing Brokerage Name

  • Allen Tate Burlington

Schools

Elementary School

  • Gibsonville

Middle School

  • Eastern Guilford

High School

  • Eastern Guilford

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Gibsonville is a quaint and tight-knit town located in North Carolina’s Triad Region approximately 16 miles from Greensboro. This small town atmosphere provides the laid-back lifestyle many are searching for.

 

Real Estate

Homes in Gibsonville maintain a unified look throughout its collection of neighborhoods, with a focus on traditional, Craftsman and Colonial homes. Friendly neighbors, well-maintained landscaping and affordable housing are just some of the many draws to settling down in Gibsonville. The median home price in Gibsonville is slightly more than that of North Carolina but less than the national average.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

The town of Gibsonville may be small with a population just over 6,000, but it is full of heart and enthusiasm. Nicknamed “The City of Roses” for its banks of rose bushes passengers admired as trains passed through town in its early days, Gibsonville is a beautiful town with lots of soul. It is almost perfectly divided amongst two counties, Guilford County and Alamance County. Stroll through Gibsonville’s charming downtown area, where you will find a variety of local restaurants, boutique shops and other small businesses. The remainder of Gibsonville is highly residential, but there are plenty of things to do in the area.

 

Parks in Gibsonville include the William F. Moricle Recreational Complex, Edward G. Murrell Park, Northeast Park and more. Grove Winery is a 44-acre farm near the Haw River, serving handcrafted premium wines in a picturesque vineyard setting. Learn about area history at the Gibsonville Historical Museum, and catch music, dance and theater performances at The Depot Stage, an outdoor venue located in downtown Gibsonville.

 

The community unites with several festivals and ongoing events throughout the year, including the Gibsonville Fall Festival and Market Days each summer. Greensboro is located just 16 miles west of Gibsonville, putting big city attractions, in addition to employment opportunities, within reach for residents. Additionally, many Gibsonville residents are employed at the nearby Elon University located in Elon.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

Gibsonville has one school within the Guilford County School System, Gibsonville Elementary School and many others in the vicinity, including Eastern Middle School and Eastern Guilford High School. There are 16 private schools in Greensboro, located just west of Gibsonville. Gibsonville contains no institutions of higher learning, but Elon University is located east of the city, accessible with a short drive. Additionally, residents may access a number of colleges and universities in Greensboro, including Greensboro College, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and many more.

 

History

Prior to 1851, there was no official town of Gibsonville, and only a few buildings dedicated to local farmers and gold miners existed. The first local post office was called Gibsonville when it opened in 1855, but it wasn’t until 1871 that the town officially became Gibsonville. It was named after Joseph Gibson, one of the first prominent planters in the area and a gold miner. Gold mining played a major role in Gibsonville when deposits were discovered on Gibson Hill in the early 1800s. Gibson’s house is now recognized as a Guilford County landmark property. The Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum located in the former Palmer Memorial Institute, is North Carolina’s first official state historic site to honor an African American and a woman.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Greensboro: 16 Miles

 

Piedmont Triad International Airport: 25.5 Miles

Raleigh-Durham International Airport: 53 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Alamance Regional Medical Center: 5 Miles

  • Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 15 Miles

 

Major Highways:

  • US-70: 2 Miles

  • I-40: 4 Miles


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Listing Agent

Holly Rose

(336) 516-5527

Data last updated: 10/15/19.
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