The Town of Cary has been recognized as one of the best towns to relocate to in the south.
Money Magazine named Cary the 5th best place to live in the entire United States and the best place to live in the south.
With its close proximity to Research Triangle Park (RTP) commutes to the high-tech employers is a breeze.
Many worldwide corporations have relocated their operations and/or head quarters to Cary, NC because of the low cost of living and accessibility of the Raleigh-Durham international airport (RDU).
Cary town planners have done an exceptional job of controlled growth.
Cary borders Apex to its south, Raleigh to its east, Morrisville to its north and Lake Jordon to its west.
This is a town with both current working families and retirees.
Everyone enjoys the many golf courses, for example Prestonwood County Club. Some of the more popular Cary communities are Amberly, Cameron Pond, Carpenter Village, Cary Park, Highcroft, Lochmere, MacGrgor, Preston Village, Prestonwood, Preston HOA, Preston Neighbors, Regency, Weston Estates, and Weycroft.
You'll find home values ranging from $200,000 to over $1,000,000 with the bulk of the medium priced homes in the $300,000 to $450,000 price range.
The educational opportunities here are exceptional, most Cary high schools have over 95% of their graduates advancing to four year colleges.
The Cary Chamber of Commerce has a wealth of information on the town, check it out.
The Cary Towne Center (a shopping mall) is home to 100's of stores and shops including Macy's, Belk, Reeds Jewelers, Sears, Brookstone, Dillards, JCPenney, Jos. A. Bank, and Victoria's Secret to name a few.