Crescent Mills is nestled in the small town of Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina. Located in Johnston County between Clayton and Smithfield, residents will be conveniently close to Garner and a short commute to Raleigh and RTP.
Crescent Mills sits on approximately 372 acres on Strickland Road and will offer single-family homes and townhomes. Current community plans include parks, open spaces, and a central amenity center consisting of an open-air pool pavilion, a junior Olympic pool, children’s playgrounds, and pet exercise areas. In addition, extensive walking trails will traverse Little Poplar Creek, which meanders through the community, providing a majestic glimpse of nature and the soothing sounds of a healthy, thriving creek.
Wilson’s Mills, named after John Marshall Wilson, was historically known as a small mill village. The 223-mile North Carolina Railroad was completed in 1856 and gave further rise to this thriving industrial area, prompting the State of North Carolina to grant Wilson’s Mills its original charter in 1868 in order to bring electricity to the mills lining the railroad. The area has seen steady growth since 2010 and expects to see unprecedented economic development in the coming years, including retail, industrial, and residential.