Welcome to Pinehurst
A Slice of History
Founded in 1895 by Boston’s Tufts family, the Village of Pinehurst shines with classic New England architecture and a carefully master-planned community (by the one and only Frederick Law Olmstead) that feels like strolling back in time.
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Have A Look Around
Folks who come to visit the Village of Pinehurst are always going to be charmed by the beautiful, historic, and character-filled buildings. There’s the Carolina Hotel, the Village Chapel (who’s wedding bells ring throughout the day), and a 200-year-old log cabin housing the Sandhills Woman’s Exchange.
Then there’s the Theater Building, the Old Pinehurst Department Store, the Pinehurst Brewery, and the stately Given Library – so many sights, it’s impossible to choose just one!
You might be interested in living close to the Village of Pinehurst, or maybe to the beautiful golf courses or country clubs. There’s also waterfront properties on Lake Pinehurst, too, which means that your future home can truly line up with your lifestyle out here in the Sandhills. The area is also home to great schools.
There are also several charter and private schools — The O’Neal School , Moore Montessori , STARS Charter School, Pope John Paul II Catholic School , The Academy of Moore charter school, Sandhills Classical Christian School , and STARS charter school . Moore County is also home to Sandhills Community College, one of the best community colleges in the state.
You'll Love It Here Because...
The charming village is host to outdoor concerts, plays, parades, and the popular farmer’s market. Stroll through the specialty shops and galleries, or enjoy a meal in one of the many restaurants and pubs.
The village is home to the world renowned Pinehurst Resort and Country Club with nine golf courses, including the famed No. 2 Course designed legendary golf course architect Donald Ross that hosted the 1999, 2005 and 2014 U.S. Open Championships. Pinehurst Resort also has the distinction of being the first anchor site of the U.S. Open Golf Championships, with the next one set for 2024. Future dates includes 2029 (which will also include the Women’s Open in back-to-back weeks), 2035, 2041 and 2047. The United State Golf Association is also establishing a second home in Pinehurst and relocating the World Golf Hall of Fame here in 2024.