Wakefield: Luxurious Country Club Living in Raleigh
Consisting of a few tight-knit neighborhoods in the heart of North Raleigh, Wakefield is the epitome of upscale southern living. No matter which community you choose, you're sure to experience an upscale lifestyle, and you'll never run out of exciting things to do or see. Wakefield's crown jewel is its namesake country club, which boasts an impressive clubhouse and a par-71 18-hole course designed by Hale Irwin. As if that isn't enough, Wakefield is also close to the banks of sparkling Falls Lake.
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The Wakefield area consists of multiple smaller subdivisions, including Wakefield Estates, Wakefield Meadows, Wakefields Oak Grove, Vista Green, and Wakefield. Every neighborhood features different home styles, but each one is guaranteed to offer a suite of luxury features, including gourmet kitchens and decked-out owner's suites.
Country club lifestyles
Many residents of Wakefield are also members of the Wakefield Country Club. Here, you'll find an 18-hole Hale Irwin-designed course nestled on 217 acres near the banks of Falls Lake. Beginner golfers can hone their swing on the nearby 9-hole course, and the club also features its own clubhouse, aquatics center, tennis courts, and a restaurant.
Wakefield at a Glance
Downtown Raleigh: 30 mins
Wake Forest: 10 mins
Raleigh-Durham Int'l Airport: 30 mins
Zip Code: 27587, 27614
School District: Wake
Total Homes: 300+
A Snapshot of Wakefield
Wondering What's Around?
Wakefield is located in both North Raleigh and Wake Forest, so you'll get the best of both the city and the suburbs. However, one of the biggest benefits of living in Wakefield is being right on the banks of Falls Lake, a 12,410 acre reservoir which features countless green spaces (like Forest Ridge Park), marinas, and hiking trails.
Nearby shopping & dining
Want to live like a Raleigh local? Start by sampling the casual Italian fare at Milton's Pizza and Pasta or expand your palate at spots like Bangkok Thai or Mizu Sushi. And when you're ready to shop the day away, locals often recommend picking up essentials at Wakefield Commons or Plantation Point Shopping Center. If you travel a bit further, you can access larger retail hubs, including North Hills and Crabtree Valley Mall.
Children living in Wakefield are served by Wake County Public Schools, the largest and one of the highest rated districts in all of the Carolinas. In total, WCPSS educates 162,000 students across nearly 200 institutions, and they also offer a number of extracurriculars and specialty schools. Most students in Wakefield are zoned for Wakefield Elementary, Wakefield Middle, and Wakefield High School, but this could change depending on which neighborhood you call home.
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