Welcome to Aberdeen
A Slice of History
A flourishing community all the way back in the 1760’s, Aberdeen was found at the intersection of important roads and was an access point for two major railways. Its original name was Bethesda, and then Blue’s Crossing, and finally Aberdeen – after the city in Scotland.
Have A Look Around
Closer to the center of town, Aberdeen’s old homes in American Craftsmen-style architecture are truly a sight to behold. Overall, there are a variety of styles in this community which buyers love – with loads of space and in close proximity to some of Moore County’s best schools.
In a charming nod to the past, the Aberdeen Historic District includes 88 acres and more than 100 buildings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
There you’ll find antiques and collectible shops, as well as the old Union Station. Skirting the historic area is a thriving commercial strip that stretches along U.S. Hwy 1 all the way into nearby Southern Pines.
You'll Love It Here Because...
It already feels like home! Aberdeen is a community that is passionate about their history, their growth, and the natural wonder of the surrounding area. This is a place in love with the arts, and it shows in the passion of area locals.