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Chapel Hill Information and Highlights

Chapel Hill is the name of a city belonging to the Orange County area in North Carolina. It is the home of UNC Health Care and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At the 2010 Census, the recorded population of this city was above 57,000. Chapel Hill is also the 16th largest municipality in the state of North Carolina.

An interesting fact is that Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill make up the three corners of the Research Triangle which was named along the establishment of Research Triangle Park in 1959, this is a research park between Raleigh and Durham. Chapel Hill is among the central cities in the Chapel Hill-Durham MSA, which is in turn part of the Chapel Hill-Durham-Raleigh combined statistical region, which has a population of about 1,998,000.

History

The region was the home of William Barbee, an early settler from Middlesex County, Virginia who had a 585 acres grant in 1753 from the Early of Granville. This was one of the initial two land grants in the now-called Chapel Hill-Durham region. Even though Barbee passed away shortly upon establishing his family and himself in the state, Christopher Barbee, one of his children, established himself as an essential contributor to William’s adopted community as well as to the fledgling of the University of North Carolina.

What’s more, Chapel Hill sits on top of a hill which originally used to be occupied by a chapel of ease which was small and Anglican. It was built in 1752 and was called the New Hope Chapel. The site of this original chapel is now occupied by the Carolina Inn. In the year 1819, this town was founded for serving the University of North Carolina, which was why it mainly grew up surrounding it. It became chartered in the year 1851 and the town’s main street, the Franklin Street, was named after Benjamin Franklin.

Location

Located on the southeast corner of the Orange County, Chapel Hill remains bounded on the northeast by the Durham city and on the west by the Carrboro town. Instead of being shared with any other municipality, most of the borders of Chapel Hill are rather adjacent to unincorporated areas of Durham and Orange Counties. As per the United States Census Bureau, the town of Chapel Hill has a total area of about 55.1 km2, out of which 0.4 km2 is covered by water whereas 54.7 km2 is land.

Weather

The temperature climate of Chapel Hill, North Carolina is mainly warm humid. The city sees hot summers whereas there are no dry seasons. The area inside the 40 km of this region is covered by forests (which amounts up to 88%). Croplands are 4%, rivers and lakes are also 4%, while built up areas are 5%. The city sees 46 inches of rain every year, whereas the average in the US is 37 inches. Snowfall is also 5 inches while the average city in the US gets 25 inches of snow every year.

Shopping

There is a wide range of shops available throughout the city, but the most renowned shopping district of Chapel Hill belongs at Franklin Street. Some of most famous shopping outlets that you should definitely look out for are as follows:

  • The Bookshop – 400 W Franklin St – (919) 942-5178
  • Rumors – 106c N Graham St – (919) 942-2335
  • Julian’s – 135 E Franklin St – (919) 942-4563
  • Meadowmont Village – 300 Meadowmont Village Cir – (704) 714-3036
  • University Mall – 201 S Estes Dr – (919) 967-6934

Restaurants

Chapel Hill has one of the largest varieties of cuisine in the entire North Carolina with something for every taste bud. Again, the majority of these restaurants are located at Franklin Street, some of which include the following:

  • Kitchen – 764 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd – (919) 537-8167
  • Ms. Mong – 163 E Franklin St – (919) 933-5277
  • Al’s Burger Shack – 516 W Franklin St – (919) 904-7659
  • Mediterranean Deli – 410 W Franklin St – (919) 967-2666
  • Merritt’s Store & Grill – 1009 S Columbia St – (919) 942-4897

Nightlife

The nightlife of Chapel Hill is as exciting as any other city in North Carolina. The primary areas where one can have a good night out in Chapel Hill are as follows:

  • Blue Horn Lounge – 125 E Franklin St – (919) 929-1511
  • The Crunkleton – 320 W Franklin St – (919) 969-1125
  • Nightlight Bar & Club – 405 1/2 W Rosemary St – (919) 960-6101
  • Zogs Pool – 108 1/2 Henderson St – (919) 240-5598
  • Chapel Hill Underground – 157 E Rosemary St – (919) 929-3355

Schools

Apart from being the home of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the city also has several other educational institutions, some of which are listed below:

  • Chapel Hill High School – 1709 High School Rd – (919) 929-2106
  • Smith Middle School – 9201 Seawell School Rd – (919) 918-2145
  • Simple Real Food – Chapel Hill, NC 27517 – (310) 980-0139
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – 104 Cobb Dorm – 919) 942-9747
  • UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School – 300 Kenan Center Dr – (919) 962-5327

Landmarks

You will come across several interesting landmarks in the city of Chapel Hill, one of which is the Old Chapel Hill Cemetery. The Horace Williams House as well as the Bennett Place State Historic Site are a few other landmarks that you definitely need to see.

  • Old Well – 203 E Cameron Ave – (919) 962-5401
  • Old Chapel Hill Cemetery – NC 54 At Country Club Blvd – (919) 967-8406
  • Chapel Hill Visitors Bureau – 501 W Franklin St Suite104 – (919) 968-2060
  • Horace Williams House – 610 E Rosemary St – (919) 942-7818
  • The Bennett Place State Historic Site – 4409 Bennett Memorial Rd – (919) 383-4345

Conclusion

All in all, Chapel Hill, North Carolina is an ideal city to live in. Having a good range of educational institutions along with interesting real estate properties to reside in, the city promises an aspiring living for one and all.

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