May 22, 2012

Railroading ~ Day Trip to Salisbury NC! Why Choose Salisbury.

On a first trip to Salisbury via Amtrak, Tam Richert stepped through the 1908 Salisbury Depot and headed first to the Visitor’s Center (204 E. Innes Street , left out of the station and right on Innes), and then up Innes to Main Street and Tastebuds Coffee and Tea (106-A N. Main St). This organic coffee shop has just the right balance of friendly advice, wood, and upholstery to sit a spell, sip, and strategize. The article, published May 21, 2012 in the Cary Citizen, details her 3-hour day trip to Salisbury North Carolina, and why people love visiting and living in Salisbury so much ~ the small town charm, lovely people, and historic preservation ethic.

To read about Tam's day-trip to Salisbury, follow this link:

The Wiley~Lash House c. 1909 - Historic Home for Sale!

If you are considering moving, and like the idea of a small town steeped in history and charm, contact  
Greg Rapp
Wallace Realty
to take a peek at the wonderful homes and culture that is Salisbury.

1 comment:

  1. It was a day trip that brought my husband and I to Salisbury. We purchased a historic home in the transitional Park Ave Neighborhood and have not looked back. That small town attitude is not just for tourist. We have great neighbors and have been embrased by a diverse group of friends. If you are looking for a place to call home please check out our wonderful town.