Nestled near the shores of Jordan Lake in central North Carolina, Pittsboro has a rich tradition of attracting dreamers and builders, poets and rebels. Now this cradle of regional history has become the birthplace of a development that will dramatically change the way we live, work and play. Downtown Pittsboro will maintain its classic, small-town culture, while benefitting from the surrounding villages of Chatham Park. We want to revitalize and stimulate the current small businesses of Pittsboro, bringing an entirely new market right to their doorsteps. Photo credit to Telepost Social Media.
Your life should be full of choices, and here at Chatham Park, housing is no exception! You'll be able to choose from over 25 unique styles of homes spread across five charming villages. Whether you’re looking for a condominium overlooking shops and restaurants in the heart of the village centers, or a single-family home nestled along a nature preserve, you can find it all right here. From living, to working or playing, Chatham Park offers an all-inclusive lifestyle unmatched by other communities. With boutique shops, fine dining, top-notch schools and corporate business parks at your fingertips, you'll quickly realize this is where you belong.
Chatham County Schools are recognized as some of the best in the country. For the fourth consecutive year, students from Northwood High School (Pittsboro, NC) have out-performed both the State and the Nation on the SAT. Northwood was also listed in Newsweek's 2013 Best High Schools, while Woods Charter School ranked among the Best High Schools in US News & World Report and made the list for The Washington Post - 2013 America’s Most Challenging High Schools.
In Chatham County, the graduation rate (85%) is higher than the state average, SAT scores are consistently improving, and the district performance composite for End-of-course/End-of-grade test scores is higher than the state average. All 17 of the district’s schools met or exceeded growth expectations in the 2013-2014 school year. Photo credit to Woods Charter School.
At Chatham Park, we believe that design and nature should live in harmony. That's why we're building around our most significant natural resources, not over them. Nearly 2,000 acres of Chatham Park will be set aside for parks and open spaces, while 50-plus miles of walking and biking trails will offer direct access to nearby Jordan Lake and the historic Haw River. Take a break from the fast pace of modern life to relax and enjoy the development's awesome outdoor offerings. Chatham Park is all about finding the perfect blend of "path" and "pavement." Photo credit to Telepost Social Media.