WORK HARD, PLAY HARD

When you clock out in Chatham Park, you can easily clock in to the rest of your life: a bright and varied palette of after-hours options for shopping, dining, culture, entertainment or getting back to nature. Hike along the historic Haw River. Locate the perfect gift at one of the Park’s unique shops. Toast family and friends in a local bistro or microbrewery. Admire the work of local artists or sleuth around historic buildings in Pittsboro’s landmark district. Top it off with an evening of choice entertainment at the amphitheater. Endless options in a community where play follows work with total ease.

NATURAL ATTRACTION

Getting back to Nature is easy when you choose to live, work and play in Chatham Park. We’re positioned near two outstanding water and wildlife areas—Jordan Lake and the Haw River. Enjoy water sports on Jordan Lake’s pristine 14,000-acre reservoir. Canoe or kayak in the shadow of the Civil War on the historic Haw River. Abundant outdoor spaces will spark your interest in hiking, camping and exploring some of the most beautiful country in the Southeast. And you won’t drive for hours to reach it. In Chatham Park, you’re already there.

Trails

Theaters

Breweries

Restaurants

Green Spaces

Music

Arts

Shops

Trails

Theaters

Breweries

Restaurants

Green Spaces

Music

Arts

Shops

Questions?
Contact Preston Development Company.

919.674.2990

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The master plan may be amended from time to time and should not be considered as final with respect to the manner in which a particular parcel of land will be developed and used. Approved development plans, special use permits and other documents on file with the County of Chatham should be consulted to obtain current detailed information regarding specific parcels shown above. Location of community facilities, roads, walkways and related amenities are approximate and actual locations may vary from that shown on this plan.

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