Sunset Hills is another wonderful neighborhood here in Greensboro. It is very convenient to downtown Greensboro and the University of North Carolina, Greensboro (UNCG). The homes here were built as early as the 1920s. They offer a wide variety of classic architecture such as Tudor Revival, Colonial, Georgian and Neo-classical. There are one- and two-story homes, along with some bungalow homes. Many have been meticulously renovated. The neighborhood park, with playground equipment and tennis courts, is a great place to bring the kids or just relax on a bench and enjoy the scenery.
The Sunset Hills Neighborhood Association (SHNA) is a very active organization that has a great website with lots of neighborhood information. Check out the calendar so you don't miss any of the events that the SHNA sponsors. You can choose from a Fourth of July parade and picnic, an annual pig picking, neighborhood clean-ups, plus many more!
Each month, a report with Sunset Hills real estate information is posted on www.SunsetHillsHouseValue.com. The report includes homes listed for sale, homes under contract and homes that have been sold year-to-date. It also has a link so Sunset Hills homeowners can receive via email a detailed report on what their homes are worth. Be sure to check it out often to find out what is going on in Sunset Hills. It also features links to market reports for other neighborhoods, such as Guilford Hills, Kirkwood, Lindley Park, and Starmount, as well as the latest real estate information on the entire city of Greensboro, NC.