Thursday, February 25, 2010
‘Best Old House’ list includes Holly Springs
Holly Springs has received national recognition as one of the “Best Old-House Neighborhoods 2010.”
As the housing market stabilizes, now’s the time to find masterfully crafted homes in communities that truly appreciate them, according to the editors of This Old House, and Holly Springs is one of those communities.
The editors of the magazine have tracked down 51 great neighborhoods that have promising futures, people who care, and homes that truly deserve a long-term commitment.
The Best Old-House Neighborhoods, including Holly Springs, appear in the March issue, on newsstands now, and online at www.thisoldhouse.com/best-places.
This Old House scoured the United States, and Canada, to find unique, tight-knit neighborhoods for its third annual search for the Best Old-House Neighborhoods. These places might not be on your radar, but deserve to be, according to the magazine’s editors.
This Old House magazine (p. 34) and thisoldhouse.com feature 51 great spots that fit the criteria of old-house neighborhoods – architectural diversity, craftsmanship of the homes, and the preservation momentum in the area as well as neighborhood amenities including walkability, safety and community.
With the help of PreservationDirectory.com, neighborhood groups, real estate agents, and preservation societies, This Old House compiled its list of best places to track down, fix up, and fall head over heels for. The National Association of Realtors, the voice of real estate, is the sponsor of the 2010 Best Old-House Neighborhoods list.
Tim Liddy, Holly Springs business owner and chairman of the Historic Preservation Commission, submitted information and photos from his hometown, which was the only city selected from Mississippi.
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