Franklinton Homes & Real Estate

View today's hottest Franklinton homes for sale below! Raleigh sits in central North Carolina, a major city with international airport, diverse amenities, and easy access to several interstates and neighboring communities. About 25 miles northeast of Raleigh is Franklinton, a town located in both Franklin and Granville Counties. U.S. Highway 1 borders the town’s western edge, while State Highway 56 runs through it. Franklinton is an established community with more than 2,000 residents and selection of real estate options for home buyers seeking single-family properties located close to major routes, schools, parks, and amenities. To request up-to-date information about Franklinton properties for sale or to arrange a private showing, contact your local real estate experts today.

Homes For Sale in Franklinton NC

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Franklinton Real Estate Market

Home prices in Franklinton vary, but on average, real estate listings run from the low $100’s to the upper $500’s for a 4 bedroom, 6 bathroom house with 4,600 square feet of living space. Architectural styles typically include traditional ranch style homes as well as contemporary single- and two-story houses and constructions that have colonial and Victorian influences. Many feature vinyl siding, but it’s also possible to find brick builds and homes that feature a mix of materials for aesthetic purposes. Local home builders include Winslow Custom Homes, Dan Ryan Builders, and Justham Custom Homes.

Home buyers looking for a new construction may opt for a neighborhood like Woodland Park. Homes in the Woodland Park subdivision list in the upper $200’s and feature 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and about 2,500 square feet of living space. The Brantley Place subdivision also has new constructions. These are custom ranch homes with open floor plans and featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and approximately 1,700 square feet. The Brantley Place homes list in the upper $200’s.

When looking to buy a home in Franklinton consider neighborhoods like Ridgemont for listings with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and price points in the mid $200’s. The Ironwood subdivision is within Franklinton city limits, but is part of Granville County. Homes in Ironwood can list in the low $400’s for about 3,100 square feet with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

Franklinton Community Amenities

The town of Franklinton, North Carolina has more than scenic residential neighborhoods. It is home to several businesses, places to eat, and things to do. Residents can find a selection of shopping options along Highway 1, from groceries to a pharmacy and general store. There are local restaurants and cafes as well as service businesses. Visit the Franklin Square Shopping Center for a cup of coffee at HomeTown Cafe, to grab a gallon of milk at the Food Lion, or to pick up a prescription at Walgreens. Minutes from the town’s main shopping district, discover the public library and the Clina Polloni Art Studio and Gallery. The gallery is located on Garner Road, just off Pocomoke Road, while the library is on West Mason Street.

The Franklin Park is on Second Street and Park Avenue, a sprawling green space with lighted baseball fields, soccer fields, kids’ playground, and a picnic shelter. For golf enthusiasts, the Olde Liberty Golf Club is in nearby Youngesville, about five miles from central Franklinton.

Franklinton School Information

Residents with children have access to local public schools that include the Franklinton elementary, middle, and high school. Depending on the home’s location, school choices may also include the Granville-Tar school system.

When looking to buy a home outside of Raleigh, but within easy access of highways, outdoor recreation, and amenities, look to the town of Franklinton. Franklinton, North Carolina offers real estate options that include new constructions as well as homes located in established neighborhoods that are close to shopping, dining, and schools for all ages.

Franklinton Real Estate Agents

Planning to buy a home in Franklinton? Let our real estate team guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your next Franklinton house. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the unique dynamics of the real estate market in Franklinton.

Contact Triangle Real Estate Group at ERA Live Moore to learn more about representation for buyers and sellers. Preparing to sell your Franklinton property? View our comparative market analysis page to receive a free Franklinton home value analysis within moments.

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