Ole Mill Stream
1140 Brookhill Dr
Clayton, NC 27520
$230,000 - $700,000
Ole Mill Stream Real Estate Resources
This Clayton Community Would Love to Have you as a Neighbor
In Ole Mill Stream, enjoy the quiet privacy and elbow room of rural Johnston County without sacrificing a single convenience. Discover just how convenient you can be to Downtown Clayton in one of their luxurious custom homes. This company prides itself in being intimate and close knit - find your place in this beautiful neighborhood today.
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Custom Homes in a Tightly Knit Neighborhood
The luxury homes in Ole Mill Stream were custom built on private lots, and are each as unique as you are. Every property has its own unique features, like four car garages, swimming pools, or basements. With an average home size of 2500 square feet, you'll enjoy the lap of luxury in Ole Mill Stream.
Bordered by the Neuse River
Ole Mill Stream is bordered on one side by the beautiful Neuse River. About 20 homes in the community are built on river lots. Enjoy convenient access to one of Clayton's most alluring natural attractions.
Downtown Clayton Concert Series
Just off Covered Bridge Road, Ole Mill Stream is just 5 minutes from Downtown Clayton. This small town has a big personality, with several annual events including the Summer Concert Series and Harvest Music Festival.
While Ole Mill Stream may appear to be a rural community, it is actually only a short drive from Downtown Clayton and the Clayton River Walk, which boasts 32 miles of walking and biking trails.
Commuting from Ole Mill Stream
Ole Mill Stream is located on Covered Bridge Road and just a few minutes from Highway 70, which offers convenient access to I-40 and I-95. You'll never be far from anything in this intimate Clayton Community.
Drive to Downtown Raleigh: 28 min.
Drive to RDU Airport: 40 min.
Photos courtesy of Adam Netko