Selma

Your New Home Awaits in Selma

Tucked into scenic countryside just over 30 miles from Raleigh, Selma, NC is the perfect blend of small-town comfort and city convenience. Its location at the intersection of Route 70 and I-95 places it a short drive from major destinations, like Raleigh, Fayetteville, and Goldsboro. Additionally, Selma is home to a growing collection of local businesses, as well as beautiful new communities and neighborhoods.

If you’re looking to build a new home in the Sandhills and Eastern North Carolina, then Selma is a great place to start looking for the perfect neighborhood or piece of land… and Weaver Homes is here to help! Contact us today to learn more about our custom and spec home building.

Spotlights of Selma

The Rudy Theatre

The Rudy Theatre has been Selma’s go-to entertainment complex for outstanding live performances for over 20 years.

Sadly, the Rudy is struggling from financial loss brought on by COVID-19 closures. They’re actively seeking donations!

Antique Shops & Malls

Located in Uptown Selma off I-95, the Antique Shops & Malls feature a collection of unique local businesses, like A Matter of Record, Treasury Antiques, Reid’s Country Sampler, and Trackside Antiques (which sells fudge!).

Endless Yard Sale

Every summer, the 301 Endless Yard Sale comes to Selma—the halfway point along a 100-mile stretch of yard sales along Highway 301. Discover unique finds, great deals, one-of-a-kind collectables, and more.

Selma Attractions

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Shopping & dining

Selma might be a small town, but it’s home to some pretty big shopping and dining opportunities. Much of this little town’s economy is based in local business, so you’ll find quite an eclectic collection of boutiques, eateries, and shops, like Selma Jewelry Store and the Old Fashioned Ice Cream Shop. Looking for bigger retailers? Head next door to Smithfield for conveniences like Walmart and premier discount shopping at the Carolina Outlets.

Outdoor recreation

Spend some time outside enjoying beautiful weather in Selma! Head to a local park, like Vick Park—named after Dr. Joshua Vick of Vick’s Vapo-Rub! Go for a dip in the Selma Pool to cool off on a hot summer’s day. Take a stroll around Brackley Athletic Park. Or even sign up for one of Selma’s athletic programs—like basketball, softball, or volleyball.

Public schools

Students in Selma are served by Johnston County Public Schools, which educates over 36,000 students across 45 schools. There are two schools located in Selma—Selma Elementary and Selma Middle—though students may attend other schools in the district based on home address.

Build a New Home in Selma

If you’re ready to build a life in Selma, then we’re ready to build your home! Whether you’re planning to build a custom home from the ground up or you’d prefer something a little simpler, Weaver Homes is here to help you design and build—whatever that might entail. Contact us today and let’s chat.

Neighborhoods

$217,900 and up
1,2741,912 sqft