Homes for Rent in Morrisville, NC

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514 Abbey Fields Loop Morrisville, NC 27560

3 Beds
2 Full / 1 Half Bath
2,258 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 2151849
Property Type Detached
Martha Stewart Home, loaded with upgrades! 1st floor features hardwood floors, office, and family room with gas-log fireplace. Fully equipped E-I-K has center island, stainless steel appliances and plenty of cabinet space. 2nd floor master suite, loft area & 2 other good sized bedrooms. Relax on the back patio overlooking private back yard, or go take a swim at the community pool. Great location close to RTP, RDU, I-540, shopping and restaurants. This is a must see property that will not last long!

207 Willingham Road Morrisville, NC 27560

4 Beds
2 Full / 1 Half Bath
1,930 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 2162645
Property Type Detached
Available NOW! Freshly painted! 4 Bedroom home in desirable Breckenridge! Kitchen opens up to Living Room. Granite counters with island. Stainless Steel appliances. Home theater & CAT 5 wiring. Hardwood floors in dining, foyer, & powder room. Master Bedroom has vaulted ceilings. Back yard opens to wooded area buffer. Pool/Tennis included. Pets considered on a case by case basis.

1612 Corwith Drive Morrisville, NC 27560

3 Beds
2 Full / 1 Half Bath
1,844 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 2160244
Property Type Attached
Available 1/9/18! Great End Unit Townhome. Hardwoods downstairs with gas cooktop and gas log fireplace. Three spacious bedrooms and laundry upstairs. Two car garage for parking and storage. Community pool included in the rent. Convenient to Cary, RTP, Airport, Hwy 55, and I 40/540. Welcome Home!!

1128 Falcon Ridge Lane Morrisville, NC 27560

3 Beds
2 Full / 1 Half Bath
1,650 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 2162025
Property Type Attached

1221 Claret Lane Morrisville, NC 27560

2 Beds
2 Baths
1,258 SqFt
Status Active
MLS # 2161819
Property Type Condo
Avail 1/18, Pets Negotiable, Best deal in Carpenter Park! This end unit features new tile back splash, lighting, and floors in the kitchen. Tile floors & updated fixtures in the guest bathroom & updated fixtures in the master bath w/ a garden tub! HOA dues incl water, sewer, basic cable, & use of swimming pool! Porch backs up to greenway and park as well! Convenient to highways, airport and shopping!

People move to Morrisville for many reasons – excellent schools, proximity to Research Triangle Park, and the Raleigh-Durham area to name a few.

People stay in Morrisville because of the superb quality of life we offer.  Businesses are thriving, neighborhoods are safe, and its winters are mild and summers are warm.

Centrally-located between the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the legendary Outer Banks and Atlantic Coast to the east, Morrisville enjoys an average year-round temperature of 60 degrees.


morris1Morrisville was named for Jeremiah Morris who donated three acres of land to the North Carolina Railroad in 1852 for a water station, woodshed, and other buildings in support of the railroad. The deed transaction is believed to be on November 30, 1852, which references Crabtree Creek.
Jeremiah Morris established the first post office in March of 1852 and became the first postmaster of Morrisville. Stockholder meetings were held as early as the spring and summer of 1853. These included area landowners Morris, Adolphus Jones, and Giles Allison.
Wake County’s second railroad, the North Carolina Railroad from Goldsboro to Charlotte, was completed in 1856. This railroad fostered several communities (Cary, Morrisville, Garner, and Auburn) along its line. Morrisville is the oldest of these communities, which established a railroad stop in the early 1850s. However, the Town was not chartered until 1875.

In 1859, County justices made Morrisville a polling place.
On April 13, 1865, one of the last battles of the civil war took place in Morrisville.
Morrisville Baptist Church was established in 1866.
George Tonnoffski opened a liquor store and the Page family built the Morrisville Hotel before 1872.
By the early 1870s, the Morrisville area supported at least six general stores, Baptist and Christian churches, hotels, a steam saw mill, a cabinetmaker, a lawyer, and four physicians.
Morrisville’s original charter was ratified on March 3, 1875.
By 1880, the Town’s population was 165.
Samuel Horne opened a knitting-mill in 1910.
The citizens of Morrisville voted to repeal the charter, which was ratified on May 9, 1933.
Morrisville was re-chartered on April 3, 1947.
In 1976, Morrisville purchased the Morrisville Christian Church building to be used as the first Town Hall.
On May 12, 1986 the current Town Seal was adopted.
Morrisville’s population in 1990 was 1,022.
Morrisville’s population in 2012 was 20,591.

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