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Ardmore at a Glance
- About 2,200 homes total
- Modestly priced, with some listed for under $150k
- Many have a blend of historic features and recent upgrades
- Serves as the largest historic district in Winston-Salem
- Active neighborhood association
- Hosts a variety of community events
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Live, Work, and Play in Ardmore
Ardmore homes are well known and loved for their rich character, yet relatively low price points. Located in the 27103 postal area, the median home value hangs around $185,000, which is virtually unheard of for the area. Practically dripping with Southern charm, many of the neighborhood homes still boast their original footprints. Ardmore properties are marked by their exposed wood features on the interiors, varied gathering spaces that we imagine must've hosted great parties in past years, and spacious porches for savoring the North Carolina sunshine.
Convenience beyond complaint
Situated to the south of US-421 and its many adjacent amenities, Ardmore's location simply can't be topped. On all sides of the community, you can discover businesses both big and small. Drive in any direction from the neighborhood's entrance to do your grocery shopping, plus you can get your retail fix at nearby Hanes Mall. Less than a 10-minute drive from Ardmore, Hanes Mall is home to a variety of brand names, in addition to several department stores. And if you're craving a meal from somewhere other than your own kitchen, then you can find a host of international flavors along S. Stratford Road.
Parks and recreation
Ardmore is surrounded by multiple community parks, and it even has its own namesake soccer field for neighborhood residents. Miller Park is a mainstay of the community, with picnic shelters for sunny days and sports fields for a little friendly competition. And for the ultimate outdoor excursion, many locals love to explore the green spaces at Gateway Nature Preserve. This environmental education center boasts an impressive collection of wildlife habitats, nature trails, and educational programs that are all available to the public.
Ardmore residents benefit from easy access to the area's top public schools—which has actually proven to increase the community's property values over time. The neighborhood is currently districted to Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, which is the fourth largest system in the state of North Carolina. In addition to its 70-plus traditional schools, the district has seven specialty schools that each offer distinctive curriculums. Although it depends on where exactly you live in Ardmore, most of the neighborhood's homes are zoned to Moore Elementary, Wiley Middle, and Reynolds High.
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