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Despite Clayton, North Carolina's relatively small size (about sixteen square miles), it has a high population. As of the 2010 census, this area contained a little over sixteen thousand residents. This is partially due to the town's proximity to the Research Triangle area, which is marked by the shared presence of the North Carolina State University, Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. With so many options when it comes to higher education, this area is popular for young adults seeking to earn their degree, or alumni who have wish to settle down in familiar surroundings. This also allows for the easy attendance of college sporting events, which draws in thousands of tourists and residents alike each year.

Clayton, North Carolina is a mid-sized town located towards the center of the state. Homes for sale in this area vary widely, with plenty of small starter homes for those just setting out on their own, or several colonial-style homes with history, as well as dozens of more modern houses inspired by this same style. Regardless of price range, Clayton has a home for any budget, with each and every house offering the distinct small-town charm that this city boasts.
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