In downtown Carrboro for over 30 years. LOCALLY OWNED SINCE DAY ONE.

The mural above our office was created by artist Michael Brown to celebrate the communities we serve.

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(919) 929-5658
Let's talk about where you want
to be. (And what we can do to
help get you there.)

OUR AGENTS

Clayton Nell
Broker
Maintaining a common sense approach to valuing a home, and how you sell it, is in everybody’s best interests. The nice thing about Weaver Street Realty is that everyone seems to get that.

OUR AGENTS

Blair Nell
Broker
Listening and hearing are not necessarily the same thing. I "hear" what my clients' priorities are and I do my best to help them achieve their goals.

OUR AGENTS

Terri Turner
Broker & Business Manager
I love meeting new people and go out of my way to help them on their path, wherever it's headed. I am a firm believer in paying it forward.

OUR AGENTS

Bill Mullen
Broker
I've always had a thing for a beautiful piece of land. Not just what it looks like now, but what it has the potential to be.

OUR AGENTS

Don Basnight
Broker
Chapel Hill and Carrboro are not “real-estate friendly” in the same way that Cary is. You’re not going to find sprawling subdivisions or high-rises going up without careful scrutiny – and that’s why I love being in real estate here.

OUR AGENTS

Louise Barnum
Broker
I’m not from the Triangle, but it is where I did the best part of my growing up. It’s where I discovered new ways of thinking, and new ways of doing things. It’s where I found independence, and the power of community.

OUR AGENTS

Gary Phillips
Broker
Gary Phillips is a writer, naturalist and entrepreneur. He has a special interest and expertise in conservation easements and other land-protective strategies.

OUR AGENTS

Jay Parker
Broker
Being professional doesn’t mean doing what everyone else does. In fact, true professionalism often means forging your own path.

A PIECE OF HISTORY

159 W Salisbury Street, Pittsboro, NC (Show Map)
$200,000
Agent: Louise Barnum
House : 3 br/1.5 bath – 1,614 sq. feet.
Land: 1.04 acres
MLS: 2008516
 

The original 1811 home owned by Lewis Freeman still exists inside the Queen Anne style home on the old road to Salisbury. Protected by a Preservation Easement, this is a rare opportunity to own a piece of Pittsboro history.





  Walkable Pittsboro is a comfortable town to rest yourself, close enough to big city life but small enough to recognize who’s just visiting. The downtown area is vibrant with antique shops, art galleries, Roy Underhill's Woodwright School and that circle drive around the central courthouse. But thats a story in itself. Recycling and reuse is a habit here as evidenced by the thrift shops, Habitat Restore and our famous Beggars and Choosers. S and T’s Soda shop will take you back in time when you stop in for a cone of ice cream. Lunch is served to one and all each Thursday, a volunteer contribution at St Barts off Rectory Street and just this past December the free annual holiday dinner, Donna at Our Neighborhood School filled the plates of 250 folks.

There is much to celebrate in this little town. Home to the American Livestock Breeder Conservancy, Rural Advancement Foundation Internation, or RAFI as we call it, Carolina Farm Stewardship, the folks that bring us the annual Piedmont Farm Tour and Piedmont Biofuels, good work is happening to protect and inspire. Chatham Marketplace our local food coop and several farmers markets will keep you in local foods from our home grown organic farmers. And of course the Sustainable Farming program at Central Carolina Community College is nationally recognized.