It is an interconnected community that mirrors history with its narrow, tree-lined streets and old stone walls. Behind Meadowmont is a bit of interesting history. The community gets its name from a 20,000-square-foot Georgian Revival estate that stands just above the Meadowmont community. Built by the DuBose family in 1933, the home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. A tribute to its namesake, the Meadowmont community is a studied reflection of Southern hospitality and grace.

In fact, front porches, neighborhood parks and sidewalks on both sides of every street encourage neighborly interaction — it's a true community seven days a week. And variety isn't compromised. With luxury townhomes, maintenance-free condos, wooded estate homes and Craftsman style cottage homes, this isn't another cookie-cutter neighborhood. Take a look.

Location, location. Meadowmont's convenience is no accident. Across from the Friday Center, flanking both sides of Highway 54, residents can access UNC-Chapel Hill and Interstate 40 in mere minutes or play a round of golf at nearby Finley Golf Course. A pedestrian tunnel runs under Highway 54, and paths on both sides of the street encourage walking and cycling. Meadowmont Village. Perfect for a Saturday night fiesta or the typical lunch-hour rush. Drop off drycleaning, pick up a prescription, get a quick haircut and still meet your co-worker for lunch at the nearby café. It's possible because Meadowmont Village provides many services and activities in one convenient spot-from retailers and restaurants to offices and relaxing courtyards. It's the small-town Main Street atmosphere you thought existed only with old television sitcoms.

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