5104 Amberhill Drive Greensboro, NC 27455
One story living in desirable North Hills neighborhood in northern Greensboro. Huge fenced-in backyard with large deck and patio, plus storage building. Covered front porch! Spacious den and living rooms, and formal dining room. Ceiling fans in all bedrooms. Hardwoods in living room and 2 bedrooms. Price reflects need for updating. Being sold as-is.
Listing Brokerage NameKeller Williams One
Community - Greensboro
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Greensboro is a centrally located city in the northern region of North Carolina boasting excellent schools, plenty of bikeways and family-friendly neighborhoods. Greensboro is the third-largest city in the state and serves as the county seat and largest city in Guilford County.
Greensboro hosts beautiful homes in well-kept neighborhoods dotted with trees. Greensboro homes include a range of sizes and styles, including traditional, Colonial, Craftsman and more. The cost of living and real estate price tags in Greensboro are lower than the national average, providing affordable residences in a wonderful setting. Neighborhoods throughout Greensboro boast unique and charming personalities, providing a desirable diversity for every buyer.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Greensboro provides the perfect combination of big-city attractions and a small-town feel. As the third-largest city in the state, it has its own collection of attractive features and is easily accessible from neighboring cities throughout the region. Greensboro is an ideal area for outdoor recreation, particularly bicycling, as it has arguably the best park system of any city in North Carolina, complete with more than 90 miles of trails. Greensboro is the county seat of Guilford County and has a lively downtown area, hosting the headquarters of many large corporations, including VF Corporation, which owns Wrangler, North Face, JanSport and other reputable brands. Greensboro was the host for the National Folk Festival from 2015 through 2017, which will become the NC Folk Festival in 2018.
Greensboro has an excellent road system, providing a lack of traffic congestion and an easy commute for residents to travel across or out of the city via nearby highways. The Greensboro Science Center is a popular family destination, hosting an aquarium, museum and zoo all in one location. Other attractions in Greensboro include Wet ‘n Wild Emerald Pointe water park, the Weatherspoon Art Museum, Triad Stage and more. The Tanger Performing Arts Center is scheduled to be open in downtown Greensboro in 2019. The Greensboro Coliseum Complex is a multi-use facility with several buildings hosting large events, concerts, and sports teams, including the Greensboro Grasshoppers of the South Atlantic Baseball League. Jetsetters may access the nearby Piedmont Triad International Airport, which also provides employment for a number of Greensboro residents.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Greensboro has 66 public schools and 21 private schools, providing a variety of educational options for students. The city’s high school graduation rate is 88.5 percent, which is higher than state and national averages, and Lucy Ragsdale High School was once ranked No. 6 in the state. Greensboro has six colleges and universities, including North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Bennett College, Greensboro College, Guilford College, and Elon University School of Law. UNC Greensboro is a public liberal arts and research university with nearly 20,000 students.
The first people occupying Greensboro were an indigenous people of the Cheraw tribe, and European Quaker settlers moved into the area around 1750. The city was named after Major General Nathanael Greene, who commanded the American forces at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse in 1781. The city was officially established in 1808 and by 1821, the town’s population reached 369. Greensboro saw major growth when it was included on a new railroad line, as textile mills and other businesses sprouted up throughout the region. Today, Greensboro is still a hub for regional train freight in addition to air travel, as the Piedmont Triad International Airport is located on the western edge of the city. The International Civil Rights Center and Museum located in downtown Greensboro was the site of the first sit-in movement that brought positive changes to civil rights in America. A few notable people and inventions hailed from Greensboro, including the famous American short story author William Sydney Porter, known by his pen name O. Henry. Additionally, Vick’s VapoRub was originally manufactured by a family-owned company based in Greensboro.
Approximate Distance to:
Durham: 53.5 Miles
Raleigh: 76.5 Miles
Piedmont Triad International Airport: 11.5 Miles
Charlotte Douglas International Airport: 95 Miles
Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital: 2 Miles
Wesley Long Hospital: 2.5 Miles
I-73: 10 Miles
I-85: 4 Miles
I-40: 3.5 Miles
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