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Why This New Traditions Community is Good News for Wake Forest

Traditions at Wake Forest is one of the best-known master-planned communities in the entire Raleigh area. It has resort-style amenities and beautiful neighborhoods, all in a convenient location just 30 minutes from Downtown Raleigh.

Recently, Del Webb acquired over 450 lots within Traditions at Wake Forest for a new subdivision, Del Webb at Traditions. This new development, one of many in the Wake Forest area, brings great news for this small community.

Coming Soon: Del Webb at Traditions

a 55+ couple enjoying the outdoorsAccording to the Triangle Business Journal, Del Webb at Traditions is an active-adult community that will include greenway trails, green space, and a 18,000-sq.ft. clubhouse and recreation area. The grand opening is planned for Spring 2017.

Del Webb now has three communities in the Raleigh-Durham area. But Del Webb at Traditions is the first to open just north of Downtown Raleigh. (Carolina Preserve is located in Cary, and Carolina Arbors is located in Durham.)

Residents will have easy access to the neighborhood’s amenities, to Downtown Wake Forest, and to the shopping centers and attractions in the Raleigh area.

Why is This Development Great News for Wake Forest?

Wake Forest is one of the fastest-growing towns in the Raleigh-Durham area. As home buyers are looking for a quiet neighborhood close to fun things to do, new communities like Del Webb at Traditions have met the demand for new, move-in ready homes in excellent locations.

Del Webb at Traditions further establishes Wake Forest as a residential destination. But don’t worry about Wake Forest losing its character. This neighborhood will have green spaces and trails to preserve the town’s peace and quiet.

Make the Move to Wake Forest

a stone house with a large front yardWake Forest is a best-kept secret in the Raleigh-Durham area.

Despite the surge of new construction and increase in population over the past few years, Wake Forest has remained a welcoming small town. Downtown Wake Forest hosts small street festivals and concerts, and its strong local businesses make it a true community center.

Have you been thinking of moving to Wake Forest? New amenity-filled neighborhoods like Del Webb at Traditions may be just what you have been looking for. Let’s talk about these new developments. You can reach me at (919) 426-3037.

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