Holly Springs, North Carolina
- Population: 24,693 people
- Elevation: 423 feet above sea level
- Real Estate Taxes: 41.5 cents /100
- Wake County Property Taxes-53.4 cents /100
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Holly Springs, North Carolina is located in Southwestern Wake County; it borders Apex, NC to the South and borders Fuquay Varina to the North and it is also just South of Cary, North Carolina. Holly Springs is 15 miles from Raleigh, NC, 18 miles from Research Triangle Park, 23 miles from RDU International Airport, 25 miles from Durham, and 30 miles Chapel Hill, NC.
Climate: Holly Springs averages 41 degrees in January and 75 degrees in June. Don't let those statistics fool you though; July and August months are usually in the high 90's and low 100's and in late January through March the temperatures can get down in the teens at night.
Holly Springs Demographics: The median household income $69,550. The median age is 30.7. 85.7% of housing is owner occupied, and the average value of residential properties in Holly Springs is $173,116; these numbers are based on the 2000 census statistics and have certainly changed by 2010.
Things to do and recreation in Holly Springs, North Carolina: local residents frequent the 46 acre Womble Parrish Park near downtown to play softball, soccer, enjoy the tot-lots, have picnics, watch fireworks, and fish in the pond. Bass lake is also a favorite outdoor hot-spot. At Bass lake, you can canoe, rent a john boat, fish, play on the beach, walk around the 1.25 mile natural mulch trail, or enjoy a live band at the retreat center.
Other things to do include Rocking at the Crossing, Fall Festival, Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings, live music at the library lawn, the Christmas Parade, and the list goes on.
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