Morrisville

Morrisville: A Connected Community

Located between Cary and Durham, Morrisville is a growing Triangle suburb that's known for its thriving economy and surprising small-town charm. Over the last ten years, Morrisville's population has increased by more than 55% thanks to countless new employment opportunities—but this town is also known for its delicious global cuisine and year-round festivals.

Want to learn more about living in Morrisville? Let's take a look at everything this community has to offer. 

Homes for Sale in Morrisville by Price

Morrisville Real Estate Market Snapshot

$326,000

Average List Price

43

Days on Market

$160

Price per Square Foot

99.6%

List to Sale Price

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The Community at a Glance

Home to several major companies like Lenovo and Microsoft, Morrisville has gained a reputation for its spectacular employment opportunities. However, this community also boasts quite a few conveniences, such as Raleigh-Durham International Airport, Lake Crabtree County Park, and countless shopping centers. Here are a few more fast facts on Morrisville.

Quick Facts

Population: 28,846
County: Wake and Durham
Zip Codes: 27519 and 27560
Median Home Value: $335,000

Travel & Commute

Cary: 11 mins
Durham: 22 min
Raleigh: 23 min
Major Roads: I-40, I-540, US-1, US-64, NC-54, NC-55

Local Attractions

Everything You'll LOVE in Morrisville

Popular Attractions

Whether you love to shop the day away, spend some time outdoors, or embark on a unique adventure, you'll have no trouble finding fun right here in Morrisville. And if you want to go on a quick day trip, cities like Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill are all less than a half hour away!

Here are just a few popular attractions in Morrisville:

  • Triangle Rock Club
  • RDU Observation Park
  • Park West Village
  • SpringFest
  • East Meets West Festival
  • Neomonde Restaurant

Endless employment opportunities

One of the best perks of living in Morrisville is never having to endure a long commute. Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and the Research Triangle Park are all accessible in under 30 minutes, as are many major research universities. Lenovo, the town's largest employer, has created over 2,000 jobs at its operational headquarters in Morrisville. Other major companies in the area include Microsoft, Oracle, Cisco, IBM, and Syneos Health.

Verdant parks and trails

Though it may seem like a tech-centered city, Morrisville also features a thriving parks and recreation program. Residents can take advantage of eight parks, two community centers, four greenways, and a fitness center. The town also offers several youth sports teams.

Just southeast of Raleigh-Durham International Airport, you'll also find Umstead State Park. This 5,600-acre green space showcases a stretch of the East Coast Greenway, in addition to campsites, trails, and lakes for boating. 

A+ Public Schools

Students living in Morrisville are primarily served by Wake County Public Schools, the largest district in the Carolinas. In total, WCPSS educates more than 161,000 children across 191 institutions, including various early colleges, magnet schools, and leadership academies. Cedar Fork Elementary, Morrisville Elementary, West Cary Middle, and Panther Creek High are just a few potential schools students can attend.

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