While sunset-oaks.org is a website primarily designed to serve the homeowners association (HOA) members and residents of Sunset Oaks, we understand that there may be questions from those prospective home buyers or renters interested in living in Sunset Oaks.
We’ve provided the following responses to many of the questions that would likely be asked by future homeowners moving to our community. If, however, there is a question that is not answered here, please feel free to email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective Homeowner & Resident Related Questions
How many homes are there in Sunset Oaks? How many people live in the community?
Sunset Oaks HOA consists of 633 single family homes. It is estimated that there is a population of approximately 2,400 residents living in Sunset Oaks.
What kind of population breakdown do you have in Sunset Oaks?
Sunset Oaks is a family-friendly neighborhood that welcomes residents of all ages and stages of life that want to be a part of an active and family-oriented community. At this time, we don’t have specific census-type breakdowns on population to share.
What are the sizes of homes in Sunset Oaks? Price ranges?
Sunset Oaks offers four classifications of homes: Cottages, Garden & Village Homes, Custom Homes, and the homes in The Woods at Sunset Oaks. All homes are built with only the highest quality and attention to detail, offering a mix of styles that reflect the taste and character of the people within them. The simple and elegant architecture will delight the most discriminating buyer. While not exact or representative of each home in these groupings, the following estimates may help you in researching homes to fit your budget and/or needs.
- Cottages: approximately 1,600sf to 2,400sf
- Garden & Village Homes: approximately 1,800sf to 3,400sf
- Custom Homes: approximately 2,600sf to 3,400sf
- The Woods at Sunset Oaks: approximately 3,700sf to 5,200sf
For specific locations of these home classifications within Sunset Oaks, please refer to the site plan map.
What are the property taxes like for homes in Sunset Oaks?
As of 2019, the current property tax rates for the town and county are:
- Holly Springs = $0.4825 per $100 in assessed value, plus an annual $10 Vehicle Decal Fee
- Wake County = $0.7207 per $100 in assessed value, plus an annual $20 Wake County Recycling Fee
Approximately how much are the annual dues and what do they cover?
As of 2019, the current annual homeowners assessment (or annual dues) is $232 for all homes, plus an additional $127 annual alley assessment for the cottage homes served by a private alleyway.
These assessments support the maintenance and landscaping of over 26 acres of common area, a swing park, 4 entrance monuments, fencing, arbors, dog stations, right-of-way buffers along Optimist Farm and Pierce Olive Roads, and the maintenance of private alleyways. Dues also cover community relations, compliance and architectural review enforcement, and contracted property management services—including a dedicated community manager.
What type of other amenities are afforded to residents of Sunset Oaks?
In addition to living in the growing and vibrant town that is Holly Springs and all the local parks and recreational opportunities afforded its citizens, there are two nearby optional and membership-based recreational amenities available to homeowners and residents of Sunset Oaks.
The Club at Sunset
The Club at Sunset is a private membership club located in the Sunset Ridge neighborhood in Holly Springs. The club currently includes a tennis facility with six lighted tennis courts and a pro shop, plus two aquatic activity centers with six pools—two competition-sized lap pools, two baby pools, a fun pool with umbrella jets and water curtains, and a 165-ft. water slide—all within the Sunset Ridge neighborhood. And then there is an aquatic activity center and waterpark located within the Sunset Oaks neighborhood, featuring the Triangle’s first lazy river. After floating around the meandering lazy river, you can enjoy the shore-entry pool, the children’s splashers and sprayers areas, the competition-sized lap pool, or the 150 feet of the twisting and turning water slide. There is another pool located in Sunset Bluffs5032 Linksland Drive Holly Springs, NC 27540
Devils Ridge Golf Club
Devils Ridge Golf Club offers up a premier, challenging, par-72 course designed by John Lafoy, with four sets of tees that make it an enjoyable course for golfers of every caliber. Golf amenities include a putting green, chipping green, and driving range. PGA Professionals are available to handle all your golf needs. Other club features include a plantation-style clubhouse full of southern charm and a complete food and beverage service.5107 Linksland DriveHolly Springs, NC 27540
IMPORTANT: The Club at Sunset and Devils Ridge Golf Club, which our homeowners and residents may elect to become members of, are not affiliated with, managed, or maintained by Sunset Oaks HOA. Therefore, the homeowners association assessments do not cover any of these third-party, membership-optional, nearby amenities.
Which public schools serve Sunset Oaks?
The children of Sunset Oaks attend Wake County schools, which consistently rank among the best in the state. Located close to home, our schools are smaller than many in the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS) and afford our students more one-on-one attention.
Some schools in WCPSS, including some of those available to children of Sunset Oaks, run on a multi-track year-round calendar, which takes the traditional 180-day school year and divides it into nine-week quarters with a three-week break at the end of each quarter.
Below we provide the current base and alternate schools that serve the Sunset Oaks community as of the 2015-2016 WCPSS school year. In addition, we’ve marked whether the school currently operates on a traditional or multi-track year-round school calendar. For current school system and school profile information, please visit www.wcpss.net.
- Middle Creek Elementary School (year-round)
- Holly Ridge Middle School (traditional)
- Middle Creek High School (traditional)
- Swift Creek Elementary School (traditional)
- Yates Mill Elementary School (traditional)
- West Lake Middle School (year-round)
Which public utility and communications service providers serve Sunset Oaks?
Below we provide the current service providers for water, sewage, garbage, recycling, gas, power, landline telephone, and cable services. For any questions on service availability, pricing, or service start-up, please contact the service providers using the links found below.
Utility & Communications Service Providers
- Water, sewage, garbage, and recycling services are all provided and billed by the Town of Holly Springs
- Natural gas service is provided and billed by PSNC Energy
- Power service is provided and billed by Duke Energy Progress
- Landline telephone service and Fiber Internet is provided and billed by AT&T
- Cable service is provided and billed by Spectrum
There may be alternative service providers for services such as satellite TV and Internet that residents may opt for, and for questions about availability or pricing of those services in our area, you may contact those alternative providers directly.
Are there homes currently for rent in Sunset Oaks?
The HOA does not require homeowners to inform us if they are renting their homes, therefore we cannot provide a current listing of rentals in Sunset Oaks. We instead encourage you to check with a local realtor or website resources hosting rental listings.