Mebane Market Stats

Mebane encompasses all the qualities that make a city great. With a healthy economy, friendly communities, and plenty around to do, Mebane truly has something for everyone. The city is also reputable for its affordable cost of living and it's top—notch education systems. Overall, Mebane is one of the best places to live in North Carolina!

A Snapshot of the Area


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87ºF / 69ºF

Summer Climate

49ºF / 31ºF

Winter Climate

Selling Your Home?

Mebane has one of the hottest real estate markets in the Triangle, which means it's imperative to have the right group of agents on your side when you go to sell. When you work with Linda Craft Team Realtors, we'll make sure your home is priced accurately, marketed thoroughly, and staged for success. Feel free to browse a few of our resources, and give us a call when you'd like to get started!

Mebane at a Glance

Mebane is located in one of the best areas, which means you can stay entertained no matter where you go in town! Consisting of beautiful scenic views, designer outlets, and a lively downtown, Mebane claims its name of "the biggest small town on earth". 

Quick Facts

Population: 17,797
County: Alamance and Orange
Median household income: $61,213
Median home value: $330,000

Travel & Commute

Durham: 35 min
Chapel Hill: 27 min
Hillsborough: 17 min
Major Roads: First, Third and Fifth Streets, Mebane Oaks Road, NC 119, I-85

Explore the Area

Everything You'll Love in Mebane

Picturesque Lakes

Because of Mebane's remarkable location, the town is surrounded with large bodies of water and lush greenery. Residents enjoy kayaking, hiking, fishing, and boating at parks like Graham—Mebane lake and Lake Michael. 

Top—Tier Shopping

Mebane is home to Tanger Outlets, a complex that features designer fashion and brand—name stores. In fact, people travel from all over North Carolina to shop at Tanger Outlets, since the outdoor mall offers stores that are hard to find. Aside from the outlets, Mebane has Mebane Oaks Village and Clay street, known for its boutique shops and antique stores. 

Renowned Education

There are tons of top—rated schools in Mebane, including private, public, and charter schools. Reputable names include Bradford Academy, South Mebane Elementary School, E.M. Yoder Elementary School, and Hawfields Middle School.

Art & History

Mebane is a hub for entertainment and is full of historical museums and art galleries, including the Mebane Historical Museum, Textile Heritage Museum, and Children's Museum of Alamance County. 

Linda Craft Team Realtors: Your Mebane Experts

Thinking about making a move to Mebane? If so, Linda Craft Team Realtors is here to help. With over 350 years of combined industry experience and an in-depth knowledge of life in the Triangle, we have everything you need to find your real estate success. Whenever you're ready to get started, we're just a phone call away.

Selling a home in Mebane? We'd love to help you out with that, too!