About Fort Bragg Communities

The Fayetteville area has played key roles during defining moments in America’s history. The Liberty Point Resolve of 1775 pledged local support for the Revolutionary War cause for independence from England while Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald rallied for the loyalist cause. After the Revolution, with no permanent state capital, the North Carolina legislature periodically met here. In 1789, at a meeting in Fayetteville, the legislature ratified the U.S. Constitution and chartered the University of North Carolina, America’s oldest state university.

Fort Bragg Welcome Sign

Fort Bragg Welcome Sign

As the unofficial home of the U.S. Army, there are few communities in the world who can compete with the military history and tradition of Fayetteville/Cumberland County. From the Revolutionary War to today, we have been home to the soldiers who protect and serve our country. For those who appreciate and admire military life and technology, Fayetteville/Cumberland County is the ideal destination. Here you can take an once-in-a-lifetime tour of Fort Bragg, attend a XVIII Airborne Corps Capabilities Briefing with your group or host the ultimate military reunion.

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE FORT BRAGG COMMUNITY!

CONSIDER LIVING IN MOORE COUNTY!
Why Choose a Moore County Home if you’re looking for real estate near the Fort Bragg NC Base?
CONSIDER LIVING IN MOORE COUNTY!

– Easy access to the Fort Bragg base (less than 20 minutes).
– Most military personnel that I have worked with are looking for the quaint town atmosphere located on the western side of Fort Bragg.
– Great school systems and friendly atmosphere.
– The Southern Pines, Farm Life and Pinehurst schools are some of the best in North Carolina.

Contact Dale Heck today for more information – (910) 528-4652!

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