Giverny is a pleasant and mature neighborhood of 92 homes off the Cary Parkway. Giverny is nestled in between Bishop's Gate subdivision and Gralyn neighborhood of MacArthur Park.View current Active Listings for Giverny and MacArthur Park. (Note: Giverny is not part of MacArthur Park, but TMLS does not separate the two neighborhoods.)
Raleigh is a 20 minute commute. The Research Triangle Park, "RTP," is about the same. Both commutes can vary during heavy drive-time traffic.
The neighborhood was developed in the early/mid 1990's by New Fortis Homes, now KHovnanian. Ninety-two pleasant transitional homes comprise Giverny, with home sizes ranging from 2000 to 3300 square feet.
Typical amenities include two story family rooms, 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 or 3 baths, separate formal areas, many windows to light the home, .25 to .4 acre lots, 2 car garages, dual-zone HVAC with natural gas heat, and a surburban cul-de-sac street development. Kids play in the quiet streets.
School assignments are among some of the region's top schools, and are subject to change by Wake County Public Schools. More information on Wake County Public Schools.
Giverny does not have a Homeowners Association. There are no HOA dues.
Home sales currently fall in the $280,000-$360,000 range. Property taxes are approximately 1% of the property's assessed Tax Value. More information on Wake County property taxes.
These attributes and a great location tucked off main thoroughfares combine to make Giverny truly Cary's "Best Kept Secret."View current Active Listings for Giverny and MacArthur Park. (Note: Again, Giverny is not part of MacArthur Park, but TMLS does not separate the two neighborhoods.)
Mike Jaquish, REALTOR®
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