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Winston-Salem, North Carolina Real Estate

The real estate market in Winston-Salem is all encompassing. Condominiums and townhouses are plentiful. Prices start in the low $100,000s for mature communities in the Salem Square area. Mill Pond, Westminster, and Cottage Village are other condominium communities that are priced starting at around $90,000. Modern construction can be found in Mill at Tar Branch, One West Fifth Street Condos, and West End where property is available from approximately $200,000.

Historic single-family homes built in the early 1900s are also available in Winston-Salem. Small cottages can be found starting at under $105,000 in neighborhoods such as Congress Heights. Modern homes can be found in Rolling Green Village, Atwood Acres, and Winding Ridge, to name a few. Property in these Winston-Salem neighborhoods starts in the mid-$100,000s. Many locations in and around Creekway have porches, decks, and large one-acre lots and are priced in the $200,000s.

Luxury Winston-Salem estate homes are located in Fieldwood, Buena Vista, Bent Tree, and Reynolda Woods. Prices range from $800,000 to over $3 million. Some properties feature large wooded lots, multiple fireplaces, and swimming pools. Land and lots for custom homes are also available.
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Winston-Salem Real Estate & Homes for Sale in North Carolina

Known as the "City of the Arts," Winston-Salem is centrally located between the mountains and the coastline. Part of Forsyth County, Winston-Salem is the fifth largest city in North Carolina with a population of more than 185,000. According to the American Chamber of Commerce Researchers Association, Winston-Salem has the lowest cost of living in North Carolina. Originally built on the tobacco and textile industries, the city now has a substantial banking, technology, real estate and medical research presence.

Winston-Salem has more than 75 parks for residents to enjoy as well as college sports, minor league baseball, stock car racing, golf and tennis. The downtown trolley is a great way to visit the Downtown Arts District and its boutiques. Shopping opportunities are abundant in Winston-Salem at the Hanes Mall, Parkway Plaza, the Towers, and University Plaza just to name a few. Winston-Salem is culturally rich with historical areas such as Old Salem, Bethabara Park, and Reynolda Village. You'll find live entertainment, outdoor eating, museums and wonderful specialty shops and gallerias.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools provide academic services to students in the city. In 2001, six schools in the county earned the state's highest designation for performance in the ABCs accountability program. Winston-Salem students have achieved above the state and national averages on many standardized tests. Winston-Salem State University and Wake Forest University are just two of the advanced education options.

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Your Local Real Estate Expert Specializing in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Rick Epperson and David Helms, Local Real Estate Expert in Winston-Salem North Carolina
Rick Epperson, Relocation Specialist/Broker
Rick Epperson and David Helms, Local Real Estate Expert in Winston-Salem North Carolina
David Helms, Principal
Rick Epperson and David Helms
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Weichert Realtors
22 Miller Street
Winston-Salem, NC 27104

Rick Epperson and David Helms, Local Real Estate Expert in Winston-Salem North Carolina
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NMLS# 69274
Office: 336-608-3269
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514 S. Stratford Rd.
Winston-Salem, NC 27104