Greensboro - Guilford Hills Neighborhood
Guilford Hills neighborhood is a quiet, quaint, but cheerful neighborhood.
These reasonably priced homes range from the low to the upper $100,000. Most of them were built between 1950-1960. The neighborhood is great for families, new home owners and retired people. A great mix of personalities make this neighborhood a great place to start looking.
- Sits between Battleground Ave and Benjamin Pkwy
- Conveniently located minutes away from Friendly Center Shoppes and Downtown Greensboro
- Benjamin Public Library
- Guilford Hills Park
- 3 swimming pools
- dining hall
Greensboro is located at the intersection of three major interstate highways, Interstates 85, 40 and 73, in the Piedmont region of central North Carolina.
Greensboro , North Carolina is a college town that offers something for everyone. From greatrestaurants, to theater, to world-recognizesporting events and entertainment, there is literally so much to choose.
Greensboro is a place of beautiful parks and gardens from the popular Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden to Greensboro Arboretum.
In addition, it is a city that thrives on being an eco-friendly environment and has the Greenway - the only one of its kind in North Carolina.
Greensboro also has many other wonderful community attractions, restaurants, hotels, neighborhoods, and more to offer to its residents and visitors. Residents speak to the fact that Greensboro is a "friendly" city and neighborhoods have been in existence for long periods of time, making them more family-friendly places for raising children, or having pets.
It is easy to get to Greensboro, so please come visit us. And, once you are here, we hope you will stay.
To sell your home, or to buy a home, please contact our team today:
Warmath Realty Group
Call or Text: 336-317-6556
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