Carolina Trace Country Club Community

2100 Country Club Drive, Sanford, North Carolina  27332


Established, Gated North Carolina All-Ages Country Club Has Boating, Fishing, Plenty of Golf and a Wide Range of Prices

Carolina Trace Country Club, located in the lush Sandhills of central North Carolina about half way between the coast and the Blue Ridge Mountains, is not specifically a retirement community. Yet, thanks to its tranquil setting, country club amenities and ample recreational opportunities, it appeals to baby boomes and retirees .  This gated community was developed in the 1970s and meanders across nearly 2,500 rolling, wooded acres.  There are nineteen separate neighborhoods, a 315-acre lake for fishing and boating and two Robert Trent Jones-designed, 18 hole golf courses.



Each neighborhood has its own characteristics, and single family homes are located along a golf course, in the woods or overlooking the lake.  The term "country club community" conjures up images of expensive homes on expansive lots, but the homes here come in all kinds of sizes, floor plans and price ranges.   Many residences were built 35 or 40 years ago, and while they are solid and sound, some do not have up-to-date design features. The community has homes in the $600,000s, but prices actually start below $100,000.   Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change. Rental properties are available as well.   


Those who buy property within Carolina Trace pay a membership fee and choose between an equity membership, with voting rights concerning all activities within the community, or a non-equity membership, without voting rights but with amenity privileges. 

In addition to the two golf courses and the lake (with a marina and seven miles of shoreline), Carolina Trace has a 30,000 square foot clubhouse with formal and casual dining rooms, meeting rooms, a swimming pool, tennis courts and a host of activities, including card games, dances and special holiday events.

The town of Sanford, population 28,000, is located roughly 35 miles southwest of from Raleigh/Durham, so amenities not found locally are just up the road.  Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina are even closer, offering college classes, theater and workshops.  The local hospital is Central Carolina Hospital, and it is accredited by the Joint Commission.

This area of North Carolina has four seasons, although winters are generally mild.  In the spring, the air is sweet with the scent of blooming flowers, and falls are simply spectacular.  The average January temperature is 41 degrees, and in July, it can reach the low to mid-80s.  Humidity is high.  


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