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Welcome to Aberdeen

Where history meets charm
Embark on a journey of nostalgic charm in the quaint corner of Aberdeen. As a cherished chapter in history unfolds amidst modern-day amenities, this town provides a picturesque fusion of antiquity and contemporaneity. From historic buildings whispering tales of yesteryears to beautifully maintained parks inviting you to unwind, Aberdeen offers a unique living experience where tranquility coexists with vibrancy.
The delightfully picturesque streets of Aberdeen come alive with friendly neighbors, unique local businesses, and an air of familiarity that wraps around you like a comforting blanket. The town is a testament to the idea that less is more, and the inherent simplicity and quiet allure of the area can truly make you feel at home. Its compact nature allows you to walk from one end to the other in a breezy stroll, all the while soaking in the enchanting ambiance.

What to Love

  • Remarkable value for a top-notch living experience
  • All essentials within a comfortable walkable distance
  • The quaint charm of a laid-back small town

Local Lifestyle

Living in Aberdeen is like stepping into a timeless storybook with a modern twist. As an endearing small town, it promotes a peaceful yet engaging lifestyle. Whether it's leisurely walks down tree-lined streets, friendly chats with local shopkeepers, or community gatherings, the essence of Aberdeen lies in its intimate and amicable atmosphere. Here, you'll find a beautiful blend of history and charm, creating a truly unique lifestyle that you'll treasure.

Dining and Entertainment

At High Octane, every visit becomes a new coffee journey. The dynamic atmosphere and delectable coffee options are a fantastic way to start your morning.
Give in to the irresistible aroma of fresh pastries at The Bakehouse. Their pastry delights and cozy atmosphere will transport you to an old-world charm, creating a delightful pastry experience that's hard to resist.
Mason's Restaurant and Grocery offers a unique combination of dining and shopping. Their scrumptious meals and fully stocked grocery aisles offer the convenience and taste you crave in one stop.
For beer lovers, Railhouse Brewery is the spot to be. This trendy, inviting brewery offers an array of craft beers to please every palate alongside mouthwatering dishes that perfectly complement your chosen brew. And let's not forget Lynette's Cuban Bakery and Cafe, a delightful spot that caters to both your sweet tooth and love for tasty baked goods. The cozy seating area offers the perfect place to unwind and enjoy their delightful treats.

Things to Do

If you're looking to mingle with locals and have a great time, the Sardine Festival is a must. This vibrant annual event celebrates the humble sardine, bringing together Aberdeen's close-knit community for a day filled with food, fun, and festivities.
The Sandhills Dog Fair is a fun festivity for your furry pals where you can contribute to local pet businesses and non-profits. Don’t miss the costume contests, trick competitions, and more. 
Head to Aberdeen Lake Park for a picnic, fishing trip, or boating adventure.
To bring out your patriotic spirit, there's nothing quite like Aberdeen's 4th of July Fireworks. Spectacular fireworks illuminate the night sky, painting a beautiful picture of unity and pride. This event is a fantastic opportunity to meet locals and celebrate the country's independence in style.

Overview for Aberdeen, NC

8,333 people live in Aberdeen, where the median age is 36.4 and the average individual income is $28,511. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


Total Population

36.4 years

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Demographics and Employment Data for Aberdeen, NC

Aberdeen has 3,357 households, with an average household size of 2.44. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Aberdeen do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 8,333 people call Aberdeen home. The population density is 821.02 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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48.22 / 51.78%

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Schools in Aberdeen, NC

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The following schools are within or nearby Aberdeen. The rating and statistics can serve as a starting point to make baseline comparisons on the right schools for your family. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Solid Rock Christian School
PreK - 12th
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The Academy of Moore County
K - 5th

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