Fuquay-Varina is a small but growing town in the southern part of Wake County, about 17 miles southwest of Raleigh. The town’s hyphenated name comes from the merging of two towns, Fuquay Springs and Varina in 1963.
While development in the area today includes numerous residential communities and commercial sites along the major roadways into town, many of the older structures from its past remain within the town limits. The Victorian, Craftsman, and Colonial Revival homes constructed in the late 19th century and early 20th century are contributing structures to the Fuquay Springs National Register Residential Historic District, while the downtown shops and businesses are part of the Varina National Register Commercial Historic District.
Dining and Shopping
What was once Fuquay Springs is what lies on South Main Street, Spring Avenue and South Fuquay Avenue, while the area formerly known as Varina is focused north of there, around the intersection of Broad and Stewart streets. A simple three-minute drive or approximately 15-minute walk will get shoppers between both areas and in the midst of the full experience.
Several coffee houses provide space for breaks, breakfasts and light fare, while restaurants, bakeries and bar and grills dish out meals. History lovers will be thrilled at the amount of fascinating venues around the area including a gorgeous bed and breakfast where they can stay during a visit. Fuquay Mineral Springs Park is the site of the spring that originally put Fuquay Springs on the map and is accessible nearby.
The Stars Theater and Arts Center is located on E Vance Ave, it concentrates on local and youth productions.
Parks and Recreation
Fuquay Varina has many parks including Fuquay Mineral Springs Park and the Carroll Howard Johnson Environmental Education Park with walking trails and an amphitheater.
Fuquay-Varina is in the South West corner of Wake County making it a reasonable commute to both Research Triangle Park to the north and Fort Bragg to the south
Fuquay-Varina Median House Price and Days on Market.
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