Located near golf courses, Fort Bragg and Fayetteville NC, Aberdeen is ideally situated for employment and recreation. Part of the Sandhills of NC, it is a small community with local services, restaurants and antique stores. It has a cost of living lower than the U.S. average and has become an attractive location for retirees and military personnel. The area show strong population growth although median house values remain below state average. It is near Pinehurst NC, vacation and retirement communities. A mild climate with substantial shopping opportunities attracts visitors from all over.
Nestled among long leaf pines and world renowned golf is a pleasant town waiting for you to discover. Aberdeen, originally named Blue's Crossing, was settled in the 1700's by Scottish emigrants. Aberdeen is the delight of railroad buffs, historians, artists and golfers. Aberdeen's historic district is located off U.S. Highway 1 and N.C. Highway 5 between South Street and Maple Street. Its National Register historic district features antiques, collectibles, art exhibits, unique gift shops and cafes. Discover the charm of another century as you stroll down the sidewalks of this quaint little railroad town steeped in history.
Moore County NC