Welcome to Creedmoor

Getaway from the metropolitan

Early in its history, Creedmoor served as a railroad depot between the Raleigh & Gaston Railroads and the Clarksville & Oxford Railroads. At one time in the tobacco market, Creedmoor was considered larger than Durham. Farmers didn’t limit themselves only to tobacco however and grew cotton as a cash crop also.

After their tobacco era, Creedmoor became known as the “Mule Town”, bringing in around forty train car loads of them per year. At one point in their history, they were considered to be the largest mule trading center in the world and finally in the mid-fifties dropped the slogan “One of the Largest Retail Livestock Markets in North Carolina” from their official letterhead.

Today it is a great place to live for residents of all ages and has a healthy real estate market with plenty of Creedmoor homes for sale that you are bound to fall in love with. They have a thriving community and serve as a nice getaway from the surrounding metropolitan areas, and they do not sacrifice their amenities.

Places to eat in Creedmoor

Dining, Restaurants and more...

One very important thing to check out while you are searching for those perfect Creedmoor homes for sale is where to get good food.

Here are a few of the places we’ve found near the downtown area.

Finch’s Family Restaurant

They strive to keep that local, hometown feel while serving up the best county cooking around. The Creedmoor locals have loved them for years.

Owl House Café | Grill

They started as a husband-and-wife duo who had previously lived in Paris. They are always striving for that 5-star experience while serving over 4,000 customers a month. Healthy and simple food that will add value to your wallet and your health.

Old South Restaurant

Here you will find a super friendly staff, a lot of food for a good price and good hometown cooking. Customers love the old school vibe and the scratch made homestyle deliciousness.

Things to do near Creedmoor

Parks, Galleries and more...

Another important thing to consider while you search out the many available Creedmoor homes for sale is what there is to do in the area.

There are many fun and exciting things to do and here are a few you should take a look at.

Lake Rogers Park

They have a picturesque lake that borders the western edge of the city limits. It is a great place to enjoy a shady picnic or peaceful fishing. You can also take your paddle board out on the tranquil lake or have a seat on the boardwalk to enjoy the sunset. The kids will love the playground and you can take a nice peaceful walk through the woods.

Cedar Creek Gallery

This is a fine craft gallery where the craftspeople work alongside each other at the wood and gas-fired kilns blowing glass and making their living onsite. They also have beautiful, handcrafted jewelry, children’s toys, candles, soaps, garden art and metal. They have 4,000 sqft of display area and landscaped gardens to soothe your senses.

Creedmoor Farmer’s Market

They pride themselves on providing locally, unique and fresh produce and plants to the Creedmoor and surrounding area residents. They have a wide array of vegetables and fruits that range from spinach to strawberries, zucchini and squash, green beans and cucumbers but it doesn’t end there. They also have flower and vegetable plants and of course, everyone’s favorite, honey.

Creedmoor Homes For Sale

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