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ABERDEEN (910) 9441115 | PINEBLUFF (910) 2813124Pinehurst North Carolina Real Estate and NC New Home Search

Known originally as Blue's Crossing, the historic town of Aberdeen has a past that is lined with business entrepreneurs and railroad tycoons. In 1989, over a hundred years after the founding of Aberdeen, the downtown area was officially named a historic district. The quaint streets of the historic district provide a trip back in time, while just a few miles away, Aberdeen is also home to a variety of the most popular shopping areas. Pine Bluff is a small community just to the south of Aberdeen. An ideal place to gain the true meaning of Southern Hospitality, Pine Bluff is also just miles away from "The Rock," one of NASCAR’s premier racetracks.

CAMERON (910) 2453212 | VASS (910) 2454676

Incorporated in 1876, Cameron was once known as "The World’s Largest Dewberry Market." Today Cameron is known throughout the South for its historic buildings and unmatched antique market.

Between Cameron and Southern Pines lies the charming town of Vass. Also known for antiques and unique shops, Vass is a community set among horse farms.

CARTHAGE   (910) 9472331

The center of Moore County since 1784, Carthage was once home to the world-renowned Tyson and Jones Buggy factory. Revisited annually during the its Buggy Festival, this era brought Carthage great prosperity that can still be felt throughout the area and seen in the numerous historic buildings of Carthage.


Foxfire, Seven Lakes and West End are quiet communities just north of Pinehurst. Hosting beautiful golf courses, these communities provide the relaxing atmosphere of country lanes and lakes, but are just minutes from the area’s centers of activity.

HIGH FALLS | ROBBINS (910) 9482431

Rolling hills provide the backdrop for the towns of Robbins and High Falls. At the northern edge of Moore County, it is here that you can find pottery shops that allow you to visit an earlier era. The clay soil provides for the artists as they continue to shape their unique and beautiful creations.

PINEHURST (910) 2951900

Originally known as Tuftstown, Pinehurst was established in 1895 when Boston philanthropist James Tufts purchased 5,800 acres of timberland in central North Carolina. Tufts was intrigued by the area’s mild climate and wanted to create a winter retreat and health resort here. He commissioned Frederick Law Olmsted, designer of New York’s Central Park, to lay out the village streets.

In 1896, the Holly Inn opened, and the area had 20 cottages, a general store and a dairy. Some hotel guests introduced the game of golf – without benefit of a course – and in 1898, a rudimentary nine-hole course was constructed. By 1901, Tufts had opened what is now the Pinehurst Resort complete with riding, hunting, polo, lawn bowling, bicycling, tennis and archery. The same year, Tufts hired Donald Ross, the "father of modern golf architecture," to oversee golf operations. The acclaimed Pinehurst No. 2 course, one of many he designed or redesigned, is ranked as one of the best in the world. By 1903, Pinehurst was becoming a major national golf center.

In another colorful chapter of Pinehurst history, Annie Oakley, sharpshooter and star of the Buffalo Bill Wild West Show, arrived in 1916. She stayed for four years to give shooting exhibitions and instruction at the Pinehurst Gun Club.

SOUTHERN PINES (910) 692-7021

From horse farms to the sophisticated streets of downtown Southern Pines, this is a city that provide the very best of Southern hospitality. It has certainly come a long way since John Patrick paid less than $2 an acre for the land in 1884. With wonderful restaurants, classic golf courses and fairs and festivals for everyone Southern Pines is becoming a true jewel of the South.

WHISPERING PINES (910) 9493141

Just north of Southern Pines, Whispering Pines is a community that provides a Country Club setting for its residents. Nestled among longleaf pines, this is yet another of the beautiful communities in North Carolina’s Sandhills.Pinehurst North Carolina Real Estate and NC New Home Search

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