Friendly and quaint atmosphere in North Carolina.

Welcome to Jamestown

Friendly and quaint atmosphere in North Carolina

Sitting in southwestern Guilford County is the neighborhood of Jamestown. Its historic small-town charm makes it a social and joyous place to live. It has warm North Carolina weather, making outdoor activities abundant. Located far enough from the bustling cities but close enough to get out of town on the weekends, Jamestown just might be the perfect place for you.  
Jamestown was initially established for farming purposes, but in 1947, the town was granted incorporation. This brought booming growth to Jamestown as it developed into a more commercial town suited for living. By 1960, Jamestown was established and had everything residents needed to thrive. 
The average cost of a single-family home in Jamestown is about $230,000. There are choices above and below that price point, but overall, Jamestown is a very affordable place to live. The town has preserved its historic charm, which shows in its beautiful neighborhoods and homes.  

What to Love

  • A historic area with preserved small-town charm
  • Beautiful weather with several golf courses
  • Local, one-of-a-kind restaurants and shops

People & Lifestyle

Jamestown is home to many, but its environment suits families and professionals particularly well. It's a quiet, community-based town. There are several restaurants and parks, making it perfect for growing families. Jamestown’s average commute time is around 18 minutes, lower than the national average, allowing residents to have a professional career in a tranquil area. There are several highly rated schools in the area for children to attend. If you’re looking for a neighborhood where you can walk the sidewalks and get to know employees at the local coffee shop, Jamestown might be the place for you!

Dining, Shopping & Entertainment

Jamestown is a historic town, and this vibe extends to its shops and restaurants. Residents can find unique shops and local dining options right in their neighborhood. 
Jamestown is close to several shopping centers such as the Friendly Center and Four Seasons Town Centre, allowing residents to explore the newest trends. If you’re looking for a unique gift or item for your home, you won’t have to leave Jamestown. Southern Junk is a fun and special place to explore where you’re guaranteed to find a one-of-a-kind item.
The dining options seem endless in Jamestown. Southern Roots is a local restaurant serving lunch and dinner. Here they focus on supporting local farmers and sustainable agriculture, so you can eat well and feel great! If you want a little taste of the south, Black Powders Smokehouse has got you covered with smoked meats cooked fresh daily.

Things to Do

This town always has something going on. Whether you’re into music, vendors, arts, or something else, chances are you’ll find an event to celebrate in Jamestown. 
Festivals and parades are big in Jamestown. The Jamestown Christmas Parade is an annual community event that celebrates residents and the winter season. The Spring Vendor Market at Southern Junk is a fun event featuring vendors, food, music, and more. This event has something for all ages and is a great way to spend your spring day. 
Jamestown's residents can explore the town's history through museums and old buildings. The Mendenhall Homeplace is a popular attraction in Jamestown. If you’re interested in exploring the outdoors, Jamestown Park is perfect for a stroll or recreational activities. It even has a golf course that is open year-round due to North Carolina's mild weather.


Jamestown is home to several excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:
  • Jamestown Elementary School, PreK-5, well-ranked elementary school in the area
  • Millis Road Elementary School, K-5, highly rated public school in the area
  • Jamestown Middle School, 6-8, a top-ranked middle school in the county 

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