Chatham County North Carolina is home to over 71,000 people and has long been known for its small towns with progressive ideas from the days of early founder William Pitt who was known as the “defender of American rights from British Parliament.” Discovered and settled in the early 1700’s, this area of North Carolina is rich in history. The assembly of small towns such as it’s county seat Pittsboro, Moncure and Siler City have maintained the areas peaceful feel and serene settings with a budding art community and livestock farming that continues to prosper. There is no shortage of things to do in Chatham County from visiting the Carolina Tiger Rescue to visiting the Carnivore Preservation Trust. Both located just outside of Pittsboro. The Carnivore Preservation Trust is home to the largest population of Asian Bearcats in the country. If you are looking for fine dining then look no further than the Five Diamond rated Fearrington House Inn and Restaurant. Known for its fine cuisine and historical architecture. As for the communities in and around the area, there is no shortage of those either. Chapel Ridge has one of the county’s top golf course and faculties with beautiful buildable lots that still remain available along with custom homes alike. Chatham Park and The Preserve at Jordan Lake are a few among many to choose from. No matter the size or age of the home, you will find that and more in Chatham County.
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