morrisville-town-hall.JPGMorrisville, North Carolina consists of approximately ten square miles. All of the Town's corporate limits are within Wake County except for a small, eleven-acre portion of real estate located in Durham County Morrisville has the unique quality of being nicely sandwiched between Cary, Raleigh, Durham and The Research Triangle Park, plus just minutes from the Raleigh/Durham Airport! (RDU).

The town is also a very convenient location due to the close proximity to interstate 40, and Highways 54 and 55! The area features a nice selection of newer residential communities, along with an array of commercial and industrial parks due to being close to Research Triangle Park and RDU Airport! Morrisville is truly at the heart of the Triangle region! The Town of Morrisville has also become a thriving, employment center that continues to attract major corporations and even start-ups!

morrisville-rdu.JPGThe abundance of commercial & industrial opportunities in Morrisville brings an increase in economic activity, more jobs, and a larger tax base that allows the town to continue to be one of the hot spots for residential & Corporate Relocation in North Carolina! 

Go to our Morrisville Neighborhoods page to discover the variety of new & resale housing options! We have created helpful profiles for some of the more popular, planned communities like Kitts Creek & Providence Commons! Each neighborhood profile page also lets you search for homes currently available in that community!

The current population of Morrisville, NC is around 14,000 

Here are the primary reasons people continue to move to Morrisville, North Carolina!

  • First and foremost, the premium location!
  • A top choice for residential and commercial relocation due to its proximity to major employers, highways, airport & shopping!
  • Like Cary, Morrisville has a quality control program in place that maintains the quality of the town. Many newcomers cannot tell when they cross from Cary into Morrisville.
  • Nice, newer housing options and shopping, and more coming!
  • Wake County Schools


Chris Edwards
Chris Edwards