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Guide for Moving to The Pinehurst NC Area

So, after careful consideration, you have decided to move to the gorgeous village of Pinehurst, North Carolina. Consistently ranked as one of the top places to live in North Carolina by its residents, Pinehurst boasts an active community of about 16,000 inhabitants. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Pinehurst is also listed as North Carolina’s cradle of golf due to the establishment of the circa 1900 Pinehurst Resort. Famous for its numerous golf courses and the 1907 Donald Ross-designed No. 2 golf course which has hosted more golf championships than any other course in America.

For over 60 years, Tru-Pak Moving Systems, North Carolina’s premier professional moving company has been servicing the needs of Pinehurst’s residential and commercial customers. We make moving into and out of this exclusive area an easy process with our award-winning services.

Here are some of the major aspects to keep in mind when moving to the Pinehurst area:

  • Get accustomed to living in a country setting: If you are moving to Pinehurst from a larger city, you shouldn’t be surprised to know it takes little time to cover the distance of one end of the village to another. Getting accustomed to living in a sparsely populated city for some, takes some getting used to, but for most a welcomed relieve to big city life.
  • Look for a neighborhood/village to live in according to your needs: Pinehurst proper and the surrounding country villages that are located in close proximity offer many options to choose from. And like most small towns in North Carolina, these hamlets really welcome new residents-to-be with open arms to embrace any type of locality they please.
  • Pinehurst, Taylortown, South Pines, Foxfire, Aberdeen, Whispering Pines, Manly, Pinebluff, Lakeview and Vass: These communities are within a 5-mile radius and all have beautiful acres of land, good roads, parks, of course golf courses, lakes and comfortable living areas ideal for young and old alike. Truly a golf mecca with over 10 local golf facilities within a 10-minute drive.
  • Larger City Setting/Fayetteville: North Carolina’s 6th largest city andideal for families of all age groups, this city is a short 25-minute commute from Pinehurst and the surrounding areas. Home to many colleges and universities, Fayetteville is replete with trendy bistros, clubs, art galleries, museums, Cape Fear Botanical Gardens and the Special Operations and Airbourne Museum.
  • Fort Bragg: Located on north western side of Fayetteville, is one of the largest army military installations in the country with over 54,000 active military personnel.
  • You can enjoy temperate seasonal weather: Pinehurst prides itself on having good weather conditions year-round which makes it an amazing tourist destination. The summers can be hot, but you can beat the heat by going to one or our beautiful lakes or enjoy the Cape Fear River within an hour’s drive. The winters are typically mild with less than 3 inches of snow, far below the state and national average. You can usually enjoy outdoor activities typically year-round with an average rain fall of only 45 inches a year.
  • Cost Effective Residence: In Pinehurst and the local rural communities, it is not very difficult to purchase property and the cost of living is relatively cheap compared to many other metropolitan areas in North Carolina. This makes it an affordable option for many who seek a rural life with a close proximity to the larger city of Fayetteville.
  • Healthcare service: Fayetteville boasts of many medical and healthcare facilities serving the broader area.

If you are moving to the Pinehurst area or are looking for a moving company in Pinehurst, call Tru-Pak Moving Systems for a free estimate. We offer local and long-distance moves at competitive rates. We are a licensed, bonded, and insured independent agent for United Van Lines. Give us a call today at 1-(800) 659-1233.

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