The city wraps in in the loving arms of charming, beautiful Southern architecture and trees that offer shade for a peaceful walk almost any time of the year. Summers can get a bit hot, but it's not nearly as bad as the swampy conditions in South Carolina or the life-changing heat in Georgia.
Despite its charming and calm first appearance, living in Morrisville, NC is a taste of the modern world and powerful development. We've learned a lot from the suburban nightmares in other parts of the country and have built up with the critical desire for people and nature staying together.
Even in some of the more assembly line-looking neighborhoods, there are still beautiful patches of green grass and trees that sway in the wind no matter where you go. Raleigh-Durham International Airport is just across Dan k Moore Fwy, adding an even more impressive touch to the way that Morrisville keeps the beauty and power of nature in a respected place while running full steam ahead with innovation.
The best areas in Morrisville, NC near the Fred G. Bond Metro Park, the restaurants near Preston Grande, North Cary Park, and Lake Crabtree.