It’s hard to believe that the tranquil, rural setting at Legacy is just minutes from everything the Raleigh/Durham area has to offer. New highways allow you to reach Raleigh and the Research Triangle in 25 minutes or less, and your home is just 10 minutes from shopping, great schools, and beautiful Jordan Lake.

Raleigh is known for its world-class museums, Broadway shows, live concerts, historic sites, college sports, the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes and as a shopping mecca with nine major retail areas.

Whether you’re commuting to work, enjoying a night on the town, or catching a University of North Carolina basketball game, you’re close to it all.


Legacy presents a rare opportunity to establish roots in Chatham County, quickly becoming an area of choice for homeowners, with great schools and shopping close by. It’s a quick commute to Raleigh, the Research Triangle, and local employers in healthcare, architectural and engineering services, technology and more.

Yet the county has retained its rural charm, with green rolling hills, pastureland, wineries, farms and nurseries.

Chatham County is also a mecca for art tours and concerts throughout the year. And outdoor sports enthusiasts will be drawn to the challenging golf courses as well as the boating, fishing and skiing opportunities on Jordan Lake.


With nearly 14,000 acres of water, 200 miles of protected shoreline, and countless opportunities to be active and live healthy, Jordan Lake is one of North Carolina’s most beautiful natural treasures – and it’s less than a mile from Legacy.

The lake includes nine recreation areas and more than 1,000 family campsites, plus numerous sandy beaches, hiking trails and picturesque spots for picnicking. There’s sailing at Vista Point, windsurfing at Ebenezer Church, and kayak and pontoon boat rentals to help you create a day of lasting family memories on the water. Fun festivals and educational events are held throughout the year. And, of course, Jordan Lake is a fisherman’s paradise — the perfect environment for bass, crappie, and catfish.