Ready For Southern Charm? Traditions at Wake Forest is Pre-Selling
Raleigh, North Carolina boasts rich heritage and a small town ambiance that make it the perfect setting for Del Webb’s brand new Traditions at Wake Forest community. Nestled in the master planned community of Traditions, this exciting community is now pre-selling and set to be move-in ready late this year. Situated on 164 acres with 452 home sites available, this beautiful community is designed with Del Webb’s commitment to quality, an array of active lifestyle amenities.
Nine elegant one-story home designs are designed for gathering with friends, and family featuring expansive living areas, open gourmet kitchens, and ample space for overnight guests. Starting in the $300’s, and ranging in size from 1,655 to 3,689 square feet, buyers will have options for 2-4 bedrooms with tranquil owner’s suites, and 2-4.5 spa inspired baths. The Eastway, and Senoia models feature a loft space for an optional extra bedroom, home office, or workout area. Unique features including cozy hearth rooms generously sized formal dining rooms, and kitchen islands evoke feelings of warmth and hospitality.
An 18,000 square foot activity center is planned for 2018, offering an abundance of amenities including a four season pool, and spa, a fully equipped fitness center, aerobics classes, and a multi-purpose room for hosting events. For fresh air competition, bocce, tennis, and pickle ball courts provide energizing outdoor recreation. Social butterflies will love the endless clubs offered from the Flying Solo singles group, to the book, and travel clubs designed to enrich the lives of like minded active adults. Whether it’s meeting up with neighbors for a stroll, or bonding over the summer harvest, the community garden, and scenic walking trails will keep residents active, and in touch with nature.
The Wake Forest vicinity features a charming collection of unique restaurants, local breweries, antique shops, and art galleries. The 132 acre Wake Forest Reservoir Park is ideal for enjoying a bike ride or spending a perfect afternoon boating or fishing. For a taste of urban living, the city of Raleigh is a melting pot of activity with a variety of art, and sports venues, local festivals, and historic landmarks. Residents can explore the city’s past at the museum of art, history, and natural science, and visit the iconic State Capitol building. Perusing the House River Trail, or getting a group together at one of Raleigh’s top rated golf courses, this idyllic location captures the essence of Southern hospitality.