About The Carolina Highlands at Village Green

The Carolina Highlands independent living community was established in 2000 and named after the original settlers of Fayetteville, North Carolina, who arrived from the Highlands of Scotland in 1739.  Originally comprised of twenty-nine private residences, the current retirement community consists of forty-four elegant condominiums for active adult living.

The three-level property consists of one, two and three bedroom floor plans across two phases of design, with purchase and leasing options. Homeowners are free to decorate the condominiums as their own, personalizing the character of The Carolina Highlands.

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Convenience

The Carolina Highlands at Village Green maintains a quiet, relaxed retirement setting while being located within one mile of Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, major medical facilities, shopping centers and community attractions.

Our Fayetteville, NC independent, senior living community is day trip distance from North Carolina beaches, mountains, Pinehurst and major metropolitan areas, such as Raleigh, Greensboro, Charlotte and Wilmington. 

Village Green Community

The Carolina Highlands active adult community is nestled in an 100-acre complex, abundant with Carolina pines and beautiful landscaping.

In addition to The Carolina Highlands, the Village Green Community also offers:

  • Meadow Walk – Fayetteville’s Premier, Gated Community
  • The Carolina Inn at Village Green - Premier assisted living residence
  • Village Green - Premier orthopedic and cardiac rehabilitation, also offering outpatient therapy services
  • The Offices at Village Green: Corporate real estate office space 

 

Fayetteville history

 

Named after Revolutionary War hero Marquis de Lafayette in 1783, from the convergence of Campbellton and Cross Creek, Fayetteville was originally settled by people from the Highlands of Scotland who arrived in 1739 on the Cape Fear River.

In 1789, North Carolina ratified the U.S. Constitution and chartered the University of North Carolina in Fayetteville.

Today, Fayetteville is know for its military heritage, cultural diversity and rich history, with four historic districts: Downtown Historic District, Haymount Historic District, Liberty Point National Register District and Market House Square National Register District.

Fayetteville: Additional info & links

Fayetteville Arts Center
The Airborne & Special Operations Museum
Cape Fear Botanical Garden
Museum of the Cape Fear
The Fayetteville Museum of Art
Fascinate-U Childrens Museum
Cumberland County Library & Public Information Center
The Poe House
Crown Coliseum
Historic Rail Station
Fayetteville Regional Airport
The Market House
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center

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