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About Guilford County, North Carolina

Guilford County is nestled in the north central Piedmont of North Carolina. Originally settled by Scotch Irish and Quakers in the 17th Century, it remains an area committed to the quality of life and strong work ethic brought here by its early settlers.

Ideally located three and a half hours from the beach and two and a half hours from the mountains, Guilford County provides optimum convenience to the Triad and the entire state. Residents appreciate short commutes and easy access to an impressive transportation network, which is a vital part of the county's premier location. Coupled with the close proximity of the communities in the Triad, residents find their housing options and opportunities reflect both diversity and quality. Commuter friendly, easy to get around, and easy to get to know, Guilford County provides a great environment in which to live, work, and play.

Guilford County's population is currently 421,048. Greensboro, the county seat, accounts for about half the population with 224,000 residents. Bordering Greensboro is "The Furniture Capital of the World," High Point, NC. High Point's 86,000 residents are joined twice a year by an additional 83,000 members of the furniture industry for International Home Furnishings Market (commonly known as "Market"). Hotel rooms and restaurants are at overflow capacity and the buzz in downtown High Point can be heard throughout the Triad. Though not the best time for personal furniture shopping, people from across the country take every opportunity to capitalize on furniture savings heard round the world during the Show.

The bedroom community of Jamestown, home to about 3,100, offers the best of small town life within a 10-15 minute drive of both Greensboro and High Point. Rich in history, Jamestown was major player in the operations of the Underground Railroad. In fact, historic Mendenhall Plantation often used as a refuge for escaping slaves, features one of two remaining false-bottomed wagons so crucial to smuggling slaves to freedom. The town's oldest business, Oakdale Cotton Mill - operating since 1865 - is on the national register of historic places. In Jamestown, the old and the new blend well together with new homes and neighborhoods alongside old farms.

The Guilford County Public School system, which serves more than 62,000 students, includes 3 primary, 58 elementary, 18 middle, and 15 high school, and 2 special schools. Students may apply to a number of Magnet Schools featuring specialized curricula. The GCPS is proud of its numerous progressive educational programs, including the Paideia teaching Method, International Baccalaureate Programs, Workforce Preparedness initiatives, and an extensive Character Education program. In addition to the public school system, Guilford County children can attend one of over 100 independent or private schools in the Triad, including several different religious schools. Greensboro Day School, established in 1970, is one the Triad's oldest private schools. And the new American Hebrew Academy is the only residential Jewish high school in the country. Guilford County is also home to half a dozen colleges and universities.

Healthcare systems in Guilford County can meet practically any and every need. The High Point Regional Health System features a 368-bed, 225 physician medical center offering numerous specialized care options. Greensboro is home to the Moses Cone Health System, which is comprised of 5 hospitals of varying specialties, such as the Women's Hospital and the Moses Cone Behavioral Health Center. The centerpiece is Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital, which has grown from 51 beds upon its opening in 1953 to a 508-bed state-of-the-art teaching hospital. The Kindred Hospital Greensboro provides specialized care in the rehabilitation of ventilator-dependent patients and patients with catastrophic illnesses. Patients must be referred to the hospital, which serves not only the state of North Carolina, but Southern Virginia and South Carolina ,as well.

Greensboro and High Point along with a number of once slumbering communities in outlying areas across the County bustle with significant growth in new housing construction. This ongoing boom in development has afforded residents a breadth of home styles and prices. Guilford County's excellent quality of life and beautiful neighborhoods offer residents an area graced with a rich heritage and classical southern beauty.

Gibsonville Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 14 homes for sale in Gibsonville, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
93% Single Family and 7% Land/lot.

93% Single Family
7% Land/lot

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 14
Average Home Size 2,582 ft² / 240 m²
Price Range ($84,500 - $829,900)

Weather in Gibsonville

The average high temperatures in Gibsonville range from 49 in January to 89 in July

Average home income in Gibsonville

The average household income of a Gibsonville resident is $69,778 with an average home value of $164,695

Population of Gibsonville

Gibsonville has 14,805 residents.

Home ownership in Gibsonville

The average level of home ownership in Gibsonville is 80%.

Education breakdown of Gibsonville

Education levels of residents of Gibsonville include: highschool 32%, associate 9%, bachelor 15%, graduate 9%.

Households in Gibsonville

Gibsonville has 5,923 homes, built on average 30 years ago.

Information from in and around Gibsonville...

You are Viewing 1 to 14 of 14 homes for sale in Gibsonville. These homes are comprised of Single Family and Land/lot. The average list price of these property results is 271,014. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Gibsonville please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 14 homes for sale in Gibsonville, NC are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Gibsonville area. Member brokerages representing the 14 homes include Allen Tate Company - Greensboro/Winston-Salem/High Point.