Portofino

Portofino Homes for Sale

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Listing information last updated on September 15th, 2019 at 2:09pm EDT.

Portofino Real Estate and Community Information

Portofino is an award winning subdivision located in Clayton, North Carolina. The community has a number of neighborhoods of custom built homes ranging in price from the mid $300,000’s up to $800,000.

Portofino offers some of the finest amenities to be found in any subdivision in the Triangle. Homeowners can enjoy the zero entry salt water pool next to the magnificent Italian themed clubhouse with outdoor fireplace and stone gazebo. Miles of walking, hiking and running trails that wind through the property and along the Neuse River. The equestrian center which hosts shows, cross country events, there are two catch and release fishing ponds and all in a golf cart community.

The homes for sale in Portofino match the uniqueness of the amenities with homes that feature the latest energy efficient standards built by local custom builders each with their own style and design features. When buying a home in Portofino in Clayton you will be able to choose between a semi-custom or custom home that is already built or you can sit down with a builder on the Portofino Builder Team and have them build you your dream home. Most of the lots are at least a half an acre and there is the opportunity to have a larger home site. A unique feature of some of the home sites is the many trees that the developer has left in place which allows for shade and privacy. The developers of Portofino have recently opened the newest phase of the community which is expected to add more amenities along with making the whole neighborhood a gated community.

Portofino is located outside the Clayton town limits in Johnston County and is a short distance to the Harris Teeter shopping center at Flowers Crossroads. The neighborhood is a five-minute drive to Downtown Clayton, twenty minutes from the White Oak Shopping Center in Garner and thirty minutes from Downtown Raleigh. Each of these towns and cities offers new restaurants, bars, and a wide range of outdoor concerts, festivals, and activities for all. Farmers markets and local events that promote both the historical nature of the towns and the new arrivals are regular dates in the spring summer and fall. Residents of Portofino are able to commute to Clayton, Raleigh, Smithfield, and Garner on a number of different routes quite easily and the drive to Research Triangle Park or Raleigh-Durham International Airport are worth it when you turn into the tree-lined driveway of the neighborhood.