Wilson offers a variety of neighborhoods from the historic district to new subdivisions in the suburbs. Want to live on a golf course, in a downtown loft or in the country surrounded by open fields? Wilson County has a neighborhood that will meet your needs. In 2017 total housing units was over 36,300 and the median value was $134,285.
Perfectly situated along Interstate 95 just east of Raleigh and west of the Atlantic Ocean, Wilson’s unique blend of life’s modern amenities and old-fashioned charm create the ultimate in gracious living. A mild climate offers outdoor recreational activities practically all year. Temperatures average 80° in July and 41° in January. The average annual rainfall is 46 inches and the average annual snowfall is 2 inches.
Wilson offers a variety of neighborhoods from the historic district to new subdivisions in the suburbs. There are typically 350-450 housing units available for sale or lease at any given time. The median sale price for a house is $137,400 (US) and includes 1,800 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2-3 baths on a 1/3rd acre lot.
Get started by visiting or contacting the Wilson County Board of Realtors, which will link you to resources that will help you begin your search. For a great selection of historic properties visit Preservation of Wilson.