New Hill (zip 27562), NC

0 Reviews

Download our custom City Report to see exclusive
data on cost of living, crime, climate, and more.
New Hill (zip 27562), NC

About New Hill (zip 27562), NC

Living in 27562 New Hill, NC is a delightful experience. This small town is full of character and charm, with friendly locals and plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. There are plenty of parks and hiking trails within the city limits, as well as a few local stores and shops to explore. The community is close-knit, and everyone looks out for one another. It's a safe place to raise a family, with excellent schools nearby. In addition to all the great amenities offered here, you're never too far away from the big city either - Raleigh is only an hour's drive away! Mid-sized-city complex - Northeast-central North Carolina, 40 miles south of Virginia border.

Zip Codes: New Hill (zip 27562)
Cost of Living:
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Elevation: 363 ft above sea level

The Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill triad, sometimes referred to as the Research Triangle, is a multifaceted commercial center and capital city. Raleigh, and the rapidly growing suburban community of Cary just west, form the eastern corner of the triangle.

Taken together, the Triangle is the educational, intellectual, and high-tech center of North Carolina and a large area of the South. Highlights include a solid, growing economic base; high degree of livability; and impressive amenities mostly related to local universities. Raleigh’s main role is as a capital city, with the jobs and cultural interest that typically accompany that role. The city itself is plain and relatively uninteresting as capital cities go, with nondescript government buildings, a few historic sites, and nicer residential areas near the N.C. State campus to the southwest towards Cary.

The immense 6,800-acre Research Triangle Park, the area’s economic crown jewel, contains major corporate offices and extensive research facilities. The Research Triangle Park isn’t the only game in town – Cary itself has an extensive base of light manufacturing and new-economy businesses. Although the area is well kept and growth between the cities is fairly well managed, sprawl is an ever-present issue, and commutes from the Raleigh and Cary areas to the Research Triangle are crowded.

The area as a whole and Cary in particular have experienced phenomenal growth. A large community from the Northeast has settled in the area, attracted by relatively low living and housing costs, climate, and laid-back lifestyle. More recently, a large number have migrated north from Florida in response to recent hurricanes. While costs are very attractive compared to the coasts, they are relatively high for North Carolina and most of the south.

Raleigh and Cary are located in a transitional zone between the Coastal Plain and the Piedmont Plateau. The surrounding terrain is gently rolling and heavily wooded. The central location between the mountains and coast brings favorable climate with the exception of some summer heat. The mountains form a partial barrier to cold-air masses, resulting in few winter days with temperatures below 20 degrees. During summer, tropical air is present over eastern and central sections of North Carolina, producing warm temperatures and high humidity. Rainfall is well distributed year-round with most occurring in summers as thunderstorms, some of which can be intense. The area is far enough inland to reduce the effects of coastal storms. While snow and sleet usually occur each year, excessive accumulations are rare.

Buying or selling a home?
Find top real estate agents in New Hill.
Find A Top Agent

New Hill Cost of Living

Strong economy, attractive residential areas, and educated population make New Hill a great place to live.

+45.7% higher than avg
+53.2% higher than avg
$1,020 /mo
Monthly rent (2br)
-12.5% lower than avg
New Hill Crime
30.7 / 100
Crime is ranked on a scale of 1 (low) to 100 (high). US average: 35.4
Minimum annual income
To live comfortably in New Hill, North Carolina
for a family
for a single person
Pros & Cons of New Hill
   Strong economy
Growth and sprawl
   Attractive residential areas
Long commutes
   Educated population
Hot, humid summers
Cost of Living