Welcome to Pirates' Cove
 



Location, location, location
– Quietly tucked away in the heart of Cary, this combination of single family and town homes was one of Cary’s first Planned Unit Developments (PUDs). Large hardwoods through out the community and walking trails that lead to the pool and volleyball court give you that "I am home" feeling.

With 155 detached homes and 155 townhomes in the Pirates' Cove neighbhoood there is something for everyone: families with kids; the single; the retired; and the no-yard-work folks. A must-see to appreciate!

NEWS:
There will be a public meeting held on Thurday, April 23rd at 6:30 PM to discuss updates to the proposed zoning conditions related to the Sears space redevelopment at Cary Towne Center.  The meeting will be held at the mall in space G146.  Please read the meeting notice for further details.

Pirates' Cove has also received notice that there is a proposed development of 12,000 square feet of office space in the Barnes & Noble plaza.  Please see this notice from the Town of Cary as a public hearing is not expected at this time.

Please check out our new page listing Pirates' Cove social events by clicking the "Social Activities" button to the left.

The Town of Cary will be performing routine maintenance on the sewer easements in our neighborhood during the month of April.  The work will be mostly along the Pirates' Cove greenway, behind the Bay/Barbary townhomes.  Please see the Town's letter for more information.

Two community meetings were held to discuss hiring a management company. Pirates' Cove HOA held information sessions on April 1 and April 6 to discuss the possibility of having a management company manage our community.   Nancy Westmoreland, Board President, led the groups and gave an explanation of how the Pirates' Cove budget is divided into Basic, which includes all homeowners, and Townhomes, which is just for townhouses.   There are separate budgets for each.  Basics includes everything that the entire community contributes to and uses, such as the pool, clubhouse, and common areas.  The Townhomes budget is for things specific to townhouses, such as maintenance and grounds.   Differences in having a management company manage Pirates' Cove versus being self-managed was discussed.  Homeowners were able to ask questions and make comments.

You can view the request for proposal that is being used for the management company hiring process.  This document includes a description of the duties which must be performed whether Pirates' Cove is a self-managed or company-managed community.   Also helpful is the 2013 Townhome Maintenance Reserve study, which is the document the finances and budgets are based upon. 

Important Meetings (all held at clubhouse)
Annual Meeting - 2nd Thursday in January 7:30 p.m.
HOA Board - 2nd Monday of each month 7:00 p.m.
Check the calendar for all committee meetings.



Join Our e-Mail Lists

Pirates Cove HOA uses a Google Group distribution list to send broadcast announcements about community events.  You will find posts about social and community events happening in the neighborhood, as well as newsletters and some committee information.  It's a good way to find out what's going on and to join the discussion.  You don't need an @gmail address to join & you can configure your preferences to determine how often you receive emailed updates.
Click to subscribe (or unsubscribe) to our community "social/event/info" e-mail list.


Map and Driving Directions
Click Here for a map of, and driving directions to Pirates' Cove.

Directions:
The main thoroughfare in Pirates' Cove is Seabrook Avenue, which runs between Maynard Avenue near the intersection with Walnut Street and Cary Parkway near the Cary Parkway exit from US 1/64.

From the RTP: Take US 40 E to Cary Towne Blvd (Exit 291).  Turn right onto Cary Towne Blvd and go past the mall entrance.  Turn left onto Maynard Road.  Once you cross the intersection with Walnut Street, Collington Drive (where some of our townhomes are located) is the first left turn.  Seabrook Avenue is the second left turn.

From I40W: Take exit 293 to US 1/64 South.  Take exit 101A for Walnut Street/Shopping Centers.  Turn left onto Walnut Street & go approximately 1 mile past Cary Towne Center mall.  Turn left onto Maynard Road.  Collington Drive (where some of our townhomes are located) is the first left turn.  Seabrook Avenue is the second left turn.


 
 
 
 
 
 
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