In the 1800s, Cary was a rural farm town. Today, it’s one of North Carolina’s best-known suburban communities—with over 100 miles of bike trails and more than 150 parks and green spaces!
The first known residents were Native Americans who lived in the area for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. The last family to live there may have been the Wyndfalls, from which Cary gets its name.
In 1853, James Wyndfall built a mill near what is now Coddle Creek and Union Chapel Roads on land owned by his wife’s father John Wright.
Today Wyndfall sure is great and very wonderful neighborhood.