“Friendly People and Small-Town Charm”
Tucked into rolling green hills and lush woods just south of Garner, the unincorporated community of Willow Spring(s) offers beautiful open spaces, quiet neighborhoods, beautiful and modern new homes, and a charming small-town community of friendly neighbors. Because it is located partially in Wake County and partially in Johnston County, Willow Spring(s) actually has two names—Willow Spring for the Wake County portion (98%) and Willow Springs for the Johnston County part. Though its population sits at just over 200 people, Willow Springs is a rapidly-growing community.
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There are two buildings in Willow Spring listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Frank and Mary Smith House, and the Turner and Amelia Smith House. Both are historic landmarks in the area. Black Creek, a branch of the Neuse River, also runs through part of the community, providing scenic waterways as well as wetlands and marshy areas.
Willow Spring is conveniently located within minutes of several major attractions and amenities:
- Garner: 20 min
- Downtown Raleigh: 25 min
- RTP: 50 min
- Raleigh Durham International Airport: 45 min
Willow Springs is served by Wake County Public Schools, the largest school district in North Carolina, and Johnston County Schools. Willow Springs Elementary School was rated 10/10 by GreatSchools. Other schools in the area include Dixon Road Elementary School, McGees Crossroads Middle School, and W. Johnston High School (Johnston County), and Vance Elementary School, Fuquay Varina Middle School, and Fuquay Varina High School (Wake County).
Willow Springs Real Estate
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