Get to Know Amberly
In the 1990s, Cary, North Carolina became a pioneer in master-planned developments. Amberly was planned in 1995 when West Cary consisted mostly of country farms. The vision for the Amberly neighborhood was a community where people could work, shop, go to school, and walk on greenways surrounding a park and 16-acre lake. Amberly is a big neighborhood, with over 1100 acres of planned development consisting of a possible 5155 homes (residential units), and a Town Center of around 75 acres for commercial and office space.
The community consists of eight distinctive residential neighborhoods including Carolina Preserve designed by Del Webb and later taken over by Pulte Homes. The amenities in Amberly – all open to Carolina Preserve residents – include a Residents Club, two outdoor pools, waterslides, fitness center, walking trails, and gym – all in addition to the wonderful facilities at the Bradford Hall Clubhouse.
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