Rolling pastureland, pond views, and a wooded cul-de-sac make PURFOY PLACE the perfect place to call home. All homesites are just shy of half an acre with curb and gutter, sidewalk on the north side of the street, and a mail kiosk. Situated just southeast of the Triangle right across the county line only four miles from Fuquay-Varina’s city-center. This location makes perfect sense for your commute to anywhere in the Raleigh and RTP areas as well as Fayetteville, Lillington, and Buies Creek.
Located in the heart of Southern Wake County, Fuquay-Varina, NC has maintained its small town charm despite its recent rocket growth. Friendly and welcoming town feel with big town resources sums up this dynamic growing town. “The community here is like no other” say our residents.
Fuquay-Varina has endless options for the entire age spectrum. From our dog park to our children’s splash pad, yoga in the park and our golf courses, there is no need to leave town to find dining, boutique shopping and night life. On weekends you can hop around our two “downtowns”, Fuquay and Varina, and visit our award-winning breweries and local restaurants where you can always find live music and regional food trucks. Local hot-spot favorites include the Aviator, Nils Café & Bakery, the Mason Jar Tavern, and the Mill. This town is all about LOCAL!
Wake county’s “best kept secret” is also rich in culture. With 21 public parks facilities; there is always one close by no matter what neighborhood you live in. Park amenities include walking trails, picnic facilities and even party shelters available for rent for a family function. Fuquay-Varina takes pride in hosting an annual art paint-off known as En Plein Air where artists from all over the Southeast qualify to compete.
Fuquay-Varina’s convenience to the I-540 corridor just 4 mi up the road in Holly Springs makes RTP and the RDU airport just 40 minutes. Just 20 minutes south of Fuquay-Varina is home to Campbell University.
What’s not to love about this quaint and flourishing town? It won’t be long before you are calling Fuquay-Varina “home”.