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"Youngsville is the kind of place you want to call home. Its southern charm and hometown atmosphere, paired with its convenience to the Triangle, makes Youngsville a highly desirable location to live."

-Leah Kruger

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About Youngsville

Youngsville was originally settled as the town of Pacific, having eventually changed their name to honor John "Jack" Young for the gift of land to build a train depot. The building of the train depot allowed Youngsville to ride a swing of prosperity and industry, becoming one of the largest tobacco markets in the South. This industrial and agrarian blend is still felt in the downtown area of Youngsville to this day. At present day, Youngsville is a charming small town to the north-east of Raleigh, and is popular for its rural charm and relative convenience to the Triangle.

Spotlights of Youngsville


Parks & Rec

The Irene E. Mitchell Park is a favorite community gathering space for its picnic tables, wide open green spaces, and shady trees. Enjoy a day in the sun or playing frisbee with loved ones in this community park in Downtown Youngsville.

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Local Attractions

A favorite local attraction is the Haunted Forest at Panic Point. This series of outdoor trails brings a new spin to hiking by filling it with scary and shocking sights and scenes. The park also features a haunted house that hosts seasonal events outside of Halloween.



Students in Youngsville are served by the Franklin County Schools. The schools in Youngsville are known for their enriching extracurricular activities, sports teams, and technology training, ensuring each student has access to a well-rounded education.

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Shopping & Dining

Main Street in Downtown Youngsville features a collection of unique shopping and dining venues. Enjoy a sandwich or sweet treat from Charron's Deli, or purchase some unique teas and natural remedies to enjoy from Simply Herban. The town is rich in unique experiences.

Youngsville Attractions

Shopping, dining, and entertainment are just minutes away when you live in Youngsville. Explore these fun things to do!

Youngsville at a Glance


Quick Facts

Population (2014): 1,200
Population Growth Since 2010: +0.92%
Zip Code: 27596
County: Franklin
Mean Home Price (2015): $189,700


Travel & Commute

Raleigh: 35 min
Airport: Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Major Highways: US-401, US-1, NC-98

Buyer's Testimonial

"Leah was always on top of things and always available. She helped my wife and I purchase our first home. Whenever we had questions or concerns she was always incredibly helpful."

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