The area’s climate, which is milder and drier year-round than the surrounding areas, is a result of its unique combination of sandy soil, its elevation (600 feet above sea level at some points) and its protection by the Appalachian Mountains. ​Although Pinehurst offers a four-season climate, the mild winters generally allow for relaxing rounds of golf throughout most of the winter season. The annual snowfall averages about 4 inches per year and the snow usually lasts less than two to three days. 


The following table provides an indication of the weather encountered in the Pinehurst area. In comparing Pinehurst’s climate with that found in several Northern cities, you will find that the number of days above 90F during the summer months are similar to those found in northern cities like Philadelphia and Chicago while the winter months average about 10-15 F warmer. 

local area weather

The area’s climate, which is milder and drier year-round than the surrounding areas, is a result of its unique combination of sandy soil, its elevation (600 feet above sea level at some points) and its protection by the Appalachian Mountains. ​Although Pinehurst offers a four-season climate, the mild winters generally allow for relaxing rounds of golf throughout most of the winter season. The annual snowfall averages about 4 inches per year and the snow usually lasts less than two to three days. 


The following table provides an indication of the weather encountered in the Pinehurst area. In comparing Pinehurst’s climate with that found in several Northern cities, you will find that the number of days above 90F during the summer months are similar to those found in northern cities like Philadelphia and Chicago while the winter months average about 10-15 F warmer. 

Cameron Antiques: Numerous antique shops open daily. Antique fair first Saturday in May and October. 

High Point Furniture Outlets (Home Furnishings Capital of the World) (1 ½ hours)There are 125 manufacturing plants in High Point. Bring your manufacturer numbers and realize savings up to 60% over retail. Call 1-800-720-5255 for furnishings festival dates.

Historical House Tours Garner House, Southern Pines. Built 1n 1770, this early log structure boasts wideboard heart pine paneling, original hand-forged hinges and board doors, intriguing architectural features, original furniture and more. Call 910-692-2051 or 692-4885.
The Gentlemen’s Corner, Pinehurst – Chris Dalrymple at GC sells the very best. A great selection, including everything from the basic button down to Ferragamo neckties to footwear.

Le Faux Chateau, Pinehurst – A feel good store with a distinctive collection of this & that. For gifts, home & her. Specialties: handbags & custom faux water florals.

Jewels of Pinehurst, Pinehurst – selected as Moore County’s best Jewelry three years in a row. Designer crafted custom jewelry by Patricia Reil, graduate gemologist.

Potpourri, Pinehurst – Decorative accessories, guilt gifts and interesting finds for discerning shoppers.

Shopping (JUST A SMALL SAMPLING!)

Lady Bedford’s 
​Tea Parlour
Theo’s Taverna
The Ten-Ya

Brixx Pizza

Elliott’s on Linden


Hangouts

If you want to spend a few hours with some friends or even meet some new friends, 
​try these local watering holes and dining spots.


Pinecrest Inn, Pinehurst – Once owned by Donald Ross. Long time hangout for golfers in Pinehurst. There’s a lot if history here, often visited by touring pros during tournaments. Stays open late.


Dugan’s Pub, Pinehurst – Located on the corner of Market Square and Magnolia Rd in Pinehurst, Dugan’s has been around for years and offer a variety of food and beverage. Stays open late.


The Darling House Pub, Pinehurst – Great pub right in the heart of Pinehurst. The atmosphere is great and so is the food. It’s a great meeting place because it is so easy to find in the Village.


The Wine Cellar, Southern Pines – Open every night, this wine bar wine tastings on Wednesday and Friday nights. There’s outdoor seating and it’s quite the social scene in Southern Pines.


Bonefish Grille, Southern Pines – Bonefish is a chain, but it is about as good as they come. The food is great and it is a great place to eat and watch sports from the bar or the group tables in the bar area. It is located on Hwy 15-501 across from Outback Steakhouse. 


The Bell Tree Tavern, Southern Pines – Downtown on NE Broad St. between Penn. & New Hampshire Avenues. This is kind of a cross between a brew pub and sports bar. The outside bar is open in warmer months. Stays open late.


The Jefferson Inn, Southern Pines – Located in the heart of downtown Southern Pines, this is popular spot for both guests of the hotel and locals to enjoy a cocktail on the outside patio. The relaxing atmosphere combined with live music is definitely a must. Stays open late.


Maxies Tap and Gril, – 35 McIntyre Road, Pinehurst, 910-420-2181. Pinehurst Village Golf & Sports Bar, Lots of TV’s. Good food is typical bar menu. Lunch & Dinner.


Elliott’s on Linden ($$$$), Pinehurst, (910) 215-0775. Eclectic Cuisine and Southern Hospitality...just 3-miles from Pinehurst’s the Pinehurst country club. Favorites – Shrimp & Grits, Mark’s signature Rack of Lamb, Plank Roasted Salmon, Onion & Goat Cheese Tart and Anything You Ask Mark to cook. Lunch & Dinner.

Ironwood Café ($$$$), Pinehurst, (910) 255-0000. Great bar, an energetic main dining room and a serene outdoor patio, located on historic Midland Road in Pinehurst. Dinner, Sunday Brunch.

The Ten-Ya ($$), Pinehurst, (910) 255-1085. Awesome Sushi right in the heart of Pinehurst. The sushi is all fresh. Staff Favorites – the Tuna Roll & the Tempura Shrimp Appetizer, the Bar. Lunch & Dinner.

The Carolina Dining Room at Pinehurst ($$$$), Pinehurst, (910) 235-8434. Located in the Carolina Hotel, one of the favorite landmarks in Pinehurst. Lunch & Dinner.

Pinehurst Pizza ($$), 15 McIntyre Rd, Pinehurst, (910) 255-0088. Pizza, steak sandwiches and beer located in The Pinehurst Village. Lunch & Dinner.

Nina’s Classic Cuisine ($$) Pinehurst. (910) 235-4600. Great steaks and seafood. Located in Olmstead Village about two west of the traffic circle on Rt. 211. 

Darling House ($) 40 Chinquapin Rd, Pinehurst (910) 295-3193 Pinehurst. Scottish pub located in the Pinehurst Village. 

Maxies Tap & Grill ($), 35 McIntyre Road, Pinehurst, (910) 420-2181. Pinehurst Village Golf & Sports Bar, Lots of TV’s. Good food is typical bar menu. Lunch & Dinner.

Brixx Pizza ($), 200 Brucewood Rd, Southern Pines, (910) 365-2000. A few miles south of the Pinehurst traffic circlebehind Outback. Great Pizza, Italian meals and large beer and wine selection at a good price. Lunch & Dinner.

Theo’s Taverna ($$$), Pinehurst, (910) 295-0780. Theo mixes Greek and Italian with more of a slant on Greek. The Bar is one of the best in town. Staff Favorites – Mousaka, the Salmon, any Risotto dish. Lunch & Dinner.The Holly Inn, Pinehurst, (910) 235-8434. The Holly has two restaurants – The Tavern ($$) and The 1895 Grille ($$$$). Both are excellent. The Tavern is open for Lunch and Dinner. The 1895 Grille is open for Dinner only.

Ashten’s ($$$), Southern Pines, (910) 246-3510. Owner and Chef Ashley Van Camp creates inventive dishes for guests to enjoy in one of three dining areas, each with a unique atmosphere of its own. Dinner Only.

Chef Warren’s Bistro ($$$$), Southern Pines, (910) 692-5240. French Bistro with a twist on gourmet. Staff favorites –Blue Crab Salad, the Grilled Obscenely Large Pork Chop, Brocolini Tempura and Mussels. Dinner.

Squires Pub ($$), Southern Pines, (910) 695-1161. Authentic British Pub voted “Best All Around Restaurant” in Best of Moore Awards. Great beer selection.

195 Eclectic Cuisine ($$$), Southern Pines, (910) 692-7110. Several peoples favorite restaurant. Staff favorites – Caesar Salad with Shrimp or Chicken, Chicken Curry, any of the Fish and Chocolate Pudding. Lunch & Dinner.Beefeaters ($$), Southern Pines, (910) 692-5550. Great salad bar. Large selection of steaks and seafood. 

Corfu Taverna ($$), Southern Pines, (910) 693-1839. Authentic Greek cuisine downtown Southern Pines. Staff favorites – Spanikopeta, Greek Salad with Salmon, Seafood Special of the Day.

Bonefish Grill, Tripps, Outback, Chili’s, Brixx, Ruby Tuesday, Applebees, Southern Prime Steakhouse, Full Moon Oyster Bar Steakhouse, Texas Roadhouse, Mt, Fugi – Chain restaurants a short drive of the Pinehurst Village. 

Pinehurst Village Breakfast/Lunch

Villager Deli ($), Pinehurst. (910) 295-1005 Great breakfast and lunch eatery. Your favorite sandwich just the way you like it, Chili, Quiche of the Day. Lunch, Breakfast on Monday-Saturdays.

Lady Bedford’s Tea Parlour ($), 21 Chinquapin Rd, Pinehurst, (910) 255-0100. Located in the heart of the Pinehurst Village “Delightful and restful place for breakfast lunch”.

Breakfast & Lunch

Linda’s Pinehurst Cafe ($), 225 McCaskill Road, Pinehurst, (910) 295-3292. Great breakfast and lunch in the Pinehurst Village. Breakfast & Lunch.



Restaurants

Welcome to Pinehurst
Welcome to Pinehurst, North Carolina, site of the 1999, 2005, US Open Golf Championship, The Tour Championship 1991, 1992, the US Senior Open Championship 1994, the US Women’s Amateur 1989, the 1962 and 2008 Men’s US Amateur Championship, Ryder Cup Matches 1951, the 1936 PGA Championship, and the 2014 Men’s and Women’s back-to-back US Open Golf Championship . 

Those of us who take an interest in the history of golf understand Pinehurst’s storied history that began over 100 years ago when James Walker Tuft convinced Donald Ross of Dornoch, Scotland to take over and develop the golf operations in Pinehurst. Ross stayed at Pinehurst until 1948, and in that time came to be recognized as one of the founding fathers of American golf, designing over 400 other courses nationwide.Tufts also made a great decision when he contracted with Frederick Law Olmsted, America's foremost landscape architect, to construct a New England -type atmosphere that today encompasses the Pinehurst Village. Olmsted’s credits also include Central Park, the U.S. Capitol grounds, and Biltmore House. He constructed the Pinehurst Village around an oval green with winding roads, which remain essentially unchanged in concept today.

​As the saying goes, every day is “A beautiful day in Pinehurst” and I hope you have a great time during your visit. If I can be of any assistance during your visit, please do not hesitate to call or email me at gopinehurst@gmail.com . In addition to outstanding Real Estate services, I offer customized tours to acquaint you with golf communities or equestrian areas of interest, even on short notice if possible.



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The Campbell House, Southern Pines – This historic house was originally used to help the cultural and social enrichment for the local community, and continues to be used by the Arts Council of Moore County, Southern Pines Recreation and Parks Department, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts and the Southern Pines Garden Club, just to name a few. The Arts Council welcomes any meeting, party, wedding or other special events.

House in Horseshoe, Carthage. Built in 1772, this 18th century plantation home features a gabled roof, large double shouldered Flemish bond chimneys and a shed porch. Call 910-947-2051.

Malcolm Blue Farm, Aberdeen. Built in 1825, this 19th century antebellum farm has been recognized by the National Register of Historical Places for authenticity and uniqueness. Call 910-944-7558.

Shaw House, Southern Pines. The antebellum home, less elaborate than plantation homes, exemplifies the sturdy simplicity of its era. Call 910-692-2051 or 692-4885.

​The Porch of the Carolina Hotel/Ryder Cup Room, Pinehurst – Enjoy an evening cocktail and conversation on one of the best porches in the area. You do not have to be a hotel guest to be welcome on the Porch.

The Wine Cellar & Tasting Room, Southern Pines – The Wine Cellar carries a wide selection of wine and craft brewed beer. Wine on Wednesday is a great place to meet friends and taste a variety of wines.

North Carolina Aviation Museum, Asheboro (2 hours) - The Peddycord Flying museum displays several of America’s greatest warplanes from WWII through Vietnam. Call 1-336-625-0170.

North Carolina Zoological Park Asheboro (1 ½ hours) - Spend a day exploring the 500-acre zoo featuring animals of Africa and North America. Call 1-800-488-0444.Potters of the Seagrove Area

Visit the area where British Potters settled in the mid-1700’s. Located 30 minutes by taking 211 North to 705 North to Seagrove.

The Spa at Pinehurst (Pinehurst Village) - The Spa at Pinehurst, a 31,000 square foot facility, offers a variety of services including body therapies; skin care therapies, intensive facial therapies, hydrotherapies and message therapies. 1-800-487-4653.

The Sunrise Theater, Southern Pines – Showing independent films, foreign films, concerts and plays. Enjoy a glass of wine and popcorn with real butter. The Sunrise dates back to the 1920’s, but was renovated in the 1990’s and now operates as a non-profit entity. One of the truly great things about the area – it’s a reflection of the commitment that our community has to the arts.

The Walthour-Moss Foundation, Southern Pines - A true environmental paradise, the Foundation covers over 4000 acres of sandy riding trails for the equestrian community and is home to many different species of deer, birds, fox and squirrels. 

Weymouth Woods State Park, Southern Pines – A 900 acre nature preserve that was established to protect and preserve local plant and animal species in the area. There are number of hiking and bridle trails where you can enjoy all the natural features that are unique to the Sandhills region, such as; longleaf pines and the endangered red-cockaded woodpecker.

The North Carolina Symphony, Southern Pines – At least 6 times each year, the North Carolina Symphony travels to Southern Pines for the Moore County Concert Series. In fact, McDevitt Sotheby’s is the major sponsor for the concert series in Moore County. Concerts are held at the Pinecrest High School Auditorium, which is a state of the art facility that was actually designed with acoustics to accommodate the Symphony. 

Stoneybrook Steeplechase, Raeford – For about 50 years, the big Steeplechase of the year was held right at the edge of Southern Pines on a private farm. The event outgrew its first home at about the same time as the creation of the Carolina Horse Park and the construction of brand new track. Every year on the first Saturday in April, thousands of fans converge on the Horse Park for this rite of Springtime. The attire ranges from cut offs and t-shirts to tails and top hats; and picnics range from KFC to catered gourmet spreads. It’s an all day event, so be sure to bring your sunscreen and a designated driver!

Tour de Moore, Southern Pines, Southern Pines – Every year during Springfest, the Tour de Moore bike race attracts bicyclists of all ages and levels. One of the longest running cycling events in North Carolina, the 100 mile road race takes competitors around the perimeter of the county. The race is considered to be a classic and rich in history; a great accomplishment to all participants.

Kitchen Essence Cooking School, Pinehurst – Chef Mark Elliott opened cooking school as a backdrop to his award winning restaurant, Elliott’s on Linden. Mark offers cooking classes for groups of 10. Each class has a different theme; and it is great fun with a group of friends. In effect, you watch Mark cook you a great 6 course meal while the wine steward keeps your glass full.

Reservoir Park, Southern Pines – For the enthusiastic runner or a casual walk. You will also see families taking walks with their dogs, bass fishing or people just enjoying the beautiful scenery.Sandhills Community College- SCC offers 41 technical, certificate and diploma programs for all ages. There are also 6 bachelor degree programs offered through partnerships with St. Andrews Presbyterian College and UNC-Pembroke. 

Maness Pottery & Music Barn, Carthage- Enjoy bluegrass, country and gospel pickin’ and singing every Tuesday night with the locals. Everyone is welcome – it’s a great experience that is guaranteed to be a very pleasant surprise.

Art Galleries, Pinehurst – Art and The Market Place, Broadhurst Gallery, Hollyhocks Art Gallery. Southern Pines – Artist Alley, Campbell House Galleries,

Vineland Fine Art Gallery. Aberdeen – The Exchange St. Gallery, Sky Art Gallery.

Roosters Wife Concert Series, Aberdeen –The group puts on one of the most talked about live performance series in the Sandhills. Performances take place on the porch of the Historic Postmaster’s House in Aberdeen, and patrons bring picnics and chairs to enjoy the music every other Sunday night.

​FirstHealth Wellness Centers, Pinehurst/Southern Pines –FirstHealth has state of the art Wellness Centers, with daily/yearly memberships available at very low cost. The main center in Pinehurst has an indoor track, a 10 lane pool, numerous exercise and weight training room, racquetball courts, and a basketball court. 
 




The Community

Tiramisu, Pinehurst – Affordable, Adorable Tiramisu. All lady accessories & apparel, jewelry, purses, shawls, shoes, etc.Denkers, Pinehurst – Ladies specialty shop, clothing, accessories and jewelry.​

The Faded rose, Pinehurst – Ladies clothing and accessories.

Cool Sweats, Pinehurst – Cool casual 100% cotton clothing. Located next to Theater building.

The Theater, Pinehurst – Unique Village Shopping Center. Putterboy shop, children’s clothing, collectibles, Christmas collectibles, music boxes, designer eye wear, home goods, Waterford, linens and Irish items.

Burchfield’s, Pinehurst – Golf collectibles, gifts, art, books and statues.Old Sport & Gallery, Pinehurst – Great place to buy unique golf collectibles, décor and furniture, and golf art. 

The Fresh Market, Southern Pines – Providing the finest cuts of meats and the freshest fruits and vegetables in the area. Great place to buy flowers, gourmet candy and wines. ​

​Nature’s Own Organic Market, Southern Pines – If it is organic fruits, cereals, skin products, vitamins or holistic medicine that you are looking for, Nature’s Own offers a wide variety of organic goods. ​

​The Country Bookshop, Southern Pines –The CB is the kind of independent bookstore that you might find in a trendy Manhattan neighborhood.

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