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The Old Fields community is built on a beautiful piece of land, filled with natural tranqulity, historical significance and local identity. Historical documents show ownership of the property by the prominent Scott family, dating back to 1761.  Governors W.Kerr Scott and Robert W. Scott are among many notable Tar Heel citizens who resided on the family farm over the years.

The land plan for the Old Fields commnuity was designed based on principles used by the designers of the great suburban neighborhoods of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  In North Carolina, examples of this style can be seen in Cameron Park and Boylan Heights in Raleigh and Dilworth and Myers Park in Charlotte.

The plan is characterized by curving streets that follow the existing contours of the land; an innerconnecting street network without cul-de-sacs and a series of parks of different sizes that are fronted by lots.  The plan also includes an open space network, with greenways established along the creeks on the property.

More information about the history of Old Farms, can be found in the first section of the community's Architectural Review Standards document.

For more information about activities, services and organizations in the immediate area, please visit the Alamance County NC website.

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