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Enjoy the Best Things in Life in Thriving Wake Forest
Life is good in Wake Forest, NC! From the streets of its bustling downtown to a wealth of charming historic sites, there’s something for everyone in this thriving little town. Though it’s located just minutes from North Raleigh and Durham, Wake Forest is a community entirely unto itself, a world of attractions, events, amenities, and small-town vibrancy. For those seeking a truly beautiful little city bursting with opportunity, it’s time to explore life in Wake Forest.
Favorites of Wake Forest
Downtown Charm & Exciting Events
Small-town historic charm meets bustling entertainment and amenities along the quaint streets of Downtown Wake Forest. Stroll the streets to enjoy art galleries and cafes, stop by quick-eats restaurants or linger in a fine-dining establishments, browse eclectic collections of boutiques and consignment stores. Enjoy events throughout the year, like the Christmas Parade, Mardi Gras Street Festival, farmers markets, even art classes. It’s vibrant, it’s exciting, it’s Wake Forest.
Beautiful Parks & Bountiful Recreation
With over 561 acres of maintained parks, natural land, and trails, Wake Forest is the perfect community for those who like to get outside and enjoy beautiful weather! Picnic, hike and bike over 50 miles of trails, enjoy a game of tennis, soccer, or baseball. Take the kids to the playground or the pool. Sign up for a cultural class or sports program. And don’t forget to explore the Renaissance Centre, where you can catch shows ranging from concerts to movies to theater to informational exhibitions.
Wake Forest Attractions
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Populations (2014): 36,693
Population Growth Since 2000: +191.5%
Zip codes: 27596
Mean Home Price (2013): $273,171
Downtown Raleigh: 30 min
RDU Airport: 25 min
RTP: 30 min
Durham: 30 min
Highways: US-1, NC-98
District: Wake County Public Schools
Overall GreatSchools Rating: 8/10
Jones Dairy Elementary, Heritage Middle, Heritage Elementary
Wake Forest Real Estate
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