A UNIQUE OFFICE SETTING....ACCESSIBLE TO THE TRIANGLE
Dr. Phillips Forest Garden Office
is a private idyllic retreat set within the natural beauty of the Chatham County countryside. The office is a short drive
from Chapel Hill, Pittsboro and neighboring areas such as Southern Village, Fearrington Village and Governors Club. Durham
residents can reach Forest Garden from Rts. 15-501 or 54, and Cary residents can reach the area on Route 64 through Pittsboro.
ABOUT FOREST GARDEN
A Place for Self Renewal
Forest Garden was designed to optimize your peace and comfort while receiving personal and confidential professional services
in a natural setting. Counseling or life coaching can help you improve the quality of your life when you find yourself facing
troublesome life problems or feel stalled in achieving your goals.
A Garden for your Spirit
This office was designed to allow you to find peace and focus on self-renewal within the beauty and calm of this natural
setting. Trees, flowers, birds, hummingbirds, butterflies, goldfish in fountainponds, the sounds of nature, a breeze on your
face, all will help you step out of the hectic pace to focus on yourself and your needs for the future. Your counseling or
coaching can take place out on the side porch, walking through the forest or sitting next to the fireplace in the winter.
This office is totally private and the service is confidential.
Many people find themselves longing for a connection to the beauty and solace of nature with a desire to reconnect with
the natural pace and rhythm of life. Feeling stuck, bored, stalled, perhaps overwhelmed by change or tragedy, you may need
or want to invest in yourself, to take inventory and revitalize yourself to cope with the next stage of your life. Within
the sanctuary of Forest Garden, you will find understanding and dedicated professional counseling or life coaching services
as you plan for your future.
OFFICE LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS
466 Eagle Point Road is located off Jones Ferry Road
in Chatham County between Chapel Hill and Pittsboro. A street sign for Eagle Point Road marks the turn into the Eagle Point
neighborhood, with a landmark being a pond and rock pillars on the corner lot. Eagle Point Road is a gravel road into the
neighborhood. To reach Forest Garden you would drive on Eagle Point Road, going halfway around a center island with trees,
then continuing straight after the island until you reach a gate and large green sign marked 466 on your right. You should
drive through the gate and pass the house on your left. Do not stop at the house but continue a little further until you see
the Forest Garden office on your left. You can park anywhere in that area.
From Chapel Hill you can exit from
Fordham Boulevard/54 on to Jones Ferry Road going south to Pittsboro away from Carrboro. Set your mileage meter for 8.5 miles
until you reach the intersection with Eagle Point Road.
From Durham, take 15/501 south to Chapel Hill, then follow
Fordham Boulevard/54 instructions above. if you exit 15/ 501 south toward Pittsboro, follow the directions immediately below.
From the eastern part of Chapel Hill, from Southern Village, Governors Club, or Fearrington Village, travel on
15/501 to Cole Park Plaza/Chatham Crossing. Turn west on Manns Chapel Road (turning right when driving south; turning left
when driving north.) Turn right on Poythress Road (1.9 miles from Cole Park), then veer left immediately onto Lamont Norwood
Road just beyond the white church on your left. Follow Lamont Norwood Road until it ends at Jones Ferry Road. Turn left on
Jones Ferry and your next left is Eagle Point Road. (5.7 miles from Cole Park.)
From Pittsboro, drive north on
15/501. Take the first left after you cross the Haw River Bridge onto Moore Mountain Road. At the end of Moore Mountain Road,
take a left turn onto Hamlets Chapel Road; the name of this road soon changes to Jones Ferry Road. After you drive by the
power lines on your right, Eagle Point Road will be your first right turn. (7 miles from Route 64 to Eagle Point Road.)
From Cary and Raleigh, take Route 64 or to the Pittsboro exit for 15/501.
Please copy these directions
and bring a copy with you to avoid getting lost on the way. However you drive to Forest Garden, refer to the first paragraph
in this section which gives you specific instructions from the road to the office location.
Forest Garden was designed and built by my husbahd Robert Phillips who is available for specialty projects. More information
is available on his website www.RobertPhillipsCreations.com. He can be contacted at RobertPhillips1@BellSouth.net or 919-942-6386.
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