Living in Northern Wake County

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Featured Photo: Homestead at Leesville Reserve; Photo Courtesy of Drees Homes

If you’re looking for a place to settle in the Triangle area, Northern Wake County is the ideal location for families and young professionals who still desire the closeness of a city without the hustle and bustle of Downtown Raleigh. This rapidly growing community is full of fun, safe opportunities to explore!

There are parks, restaurants, shopping, nightlife, churches, community events, and much more to enjoy. Being a short distance from both Raleigh and Durham, there’s still the feel of small-town living that’s present. Home to activities for all ages, cultures, and backgrounds, Northern Wake County is a great area to relocate to or settle down in. It is home to Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and very close to Wake Technical Community College, NC State Wolfpack, and UNC Tar Heels for the sports fans. With four moderate seasons to enjoy, you can take advantage of  close proximity to the North Carolina mountains and beaches. From small coffee shops to big city living, Northern Wake County has it all.

Homestead at Leesville Reserve; Photo Courtesy of Drees Homes

No matter what your price range is, there is a community for you in this area of the Triangle.  Homestead at Leesville Reserve by Drees Homes is a small community featuring only 22 home sites. This luxury new home community offers nine floor plans and provides residents with the convenience of shopping, dining and highway access nearby. Also, the 40-acre Strickland Road Neighborhood Park is right across from the entrance that features nature trails, two ponds, and a playground.

For more Northern Wake communities, browse through our magazine or find your next home here.

By Kendra Stowe