Five County Real Estate

Nash County NC Resources

Located on the eastern side of the Five County area, Nash County is statistically considered part of the Rocky Mount NC Metro area and is part of the greater Triangle area. The county seat is Nashville.

Nash County History

Formed in 1777, Nash County was named for Revolutionary War Brigadier General Francis Nash.

Education in Nash County

Nash County school children are served by the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools System. The system operates 30 schools including an early college high school.

There are also private schools and two charter schools to choose from.

Higher Education

Nash County features Nash Community College, Edgecombe Community College, and North Carolina Wesleyan College.

Since it is part of the greater Triangle, Nash County is convienient to excellent opportunities in higher education in the Raleigh-Durham area. East Carolina University in Greenville is also an option.

Nash County Libraries

Nash County offers four library locations. These include:

  • Braswell Memorial Library in Rocky Mount
  • Harold D. Cooley Library in Nashville
  • Spring Hope Public Library in Spring Hope
  • Whitakers Public Library in Whitakers

Nash County Parks & Recreation

From self defense to pickleball, the county offers a number of recreation programs for both kids and adults. Residents also enjoy county parks including:

  • Bailey-Middlesex Park
  • Strickland Park
  • W.B. Ennis Memorial Park

The towns within Nash County also operate there own Parks & Recreation departments with beautiful parks and excellent programs.

Additionally, the county's Tar River location means there are a number of beautiful riverside parks and trails to enjoy.

Nash County NC Real Estate

  • Population: 94,357.
  • Household Median Income: $45,256
  • Unemployment: 7.10%
  • Median Resident Age: 40
  • Median Home Value: $121,700 
  • Average Sold Price: $112,500
  • Average Sale Price Per Square Foot: $69

Buying Nash County NC Homes For Sale

As the western part of the greater Triangle area grows heavily, eastern parts continue to offer steady growth and wonderful real estate opportunities. Home buyers considering relocating to the Triangle area will find that Nash County features rural scenery and boasts excellent real estate value for the money.

Nash County home buyers have a selection of historic homes, new homes, and land for sale.

Explore the towns in Nash County. To see homes for sale, contact the Five County Specialists at 919-887-5114.

Nash County NC Cities & Towns

Selling Nash County NC Real Estate

If you currently own Nash County real estate and are ready to sell your home, our team of experts has a fantastic track record for selling Nash County homes quickly for as much money as possible. Contact the Five County Specialists at 919-887-5114. We'll determine the value of your property in order to price it correctly for the current Nash County NC real estate market.

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