About Fuquay-Varina, NC
The hyphenated name, Fuquay-Varina comes from the town’s history as two separate towns. William Fuquay moved his family to this area, purchasing 1000 acres of land in 1805. While plowing a field in 1858, William’s son Stephen uncovered a mineral spring. “Taking the waters” became an attraction for people with all types of physical ailments. The area became known as Fuquay Springs.
During the Civil War, a young soldier named Ballentine, born just south of the spring, received morale boosting letters signed with the pen name “Varina.” He later looked up the Fayetteville lady, married her and brought her to live at his homeplace. Continuing to call her Varina, he named his post office and mercantile establishment across from the mineral spring for her.
Fuquay Springs, incorporated in 1909, joined the neighboring community of Varina in 1963 as one municipality. Since that time, Fuquay-Varina has become one of the fastest growing small towns in North Carolina. The town with the hyphenated name and two historic districts has been able to retain its small town charm while successfully adding modern amenities and rewarding business opportunities.
Fuquay-Varina is thriving. Proximity to Research Triangle Park coupled with a rich quality of life, small town atmosphere and plenty of amenities, continues to draw people to live in this town.
Residents and visitors as well like to stroll either one of Fuquay-Varina’s downtown districts, with their restaurants, local shops, art galleries, and more. Fuquay-Varina’s growing arts scene with Art After Dark and Celebration of Arts in June are local favorites and highlights of the year. During the warm months, you can enjoy Movies in the Park at Falcon Park or catch Movies Under the Stars. Become part of the celebrations during annual events including ‘Celebrate Fuquay-Varina’ in June, the town’s Independence Day Celebration, ‘Downtown Bounty Festival’ in the fall and the community Easter Egg Hunt.
Fuquay-Varina Real Estate
With the completion of the southern half of I-540 scheduled to be completed over the next several years, Fuquay-Varina will have even easier access to other points of the Triangle and will continue to not only grow, but see an increase in property values. You will find a wide variety in styles of housing and developments. Scroll down to see all homes currently for sale in the area. Home shown below can and will change frequently. Bookmark this page for future visits.
For more information, contact your real estate professional Ernie Behrle with BuySmart Realty via text or phone at 919-795-5447.
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