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North Oaks is a subdivision situated north of Downtown Greensboro. This rectangular-shaped neighborhood is located in zip code 27455. There are two entrances to the subdivision: North Oaks Drive from Bass Chapel Road and Kello Drive from Lake Brandt Road.

These two main roads lead to two of the area’s many lakes. Bass Chapel Road crosses the western end of Lake Jeanette, a man-made lake with residential villages built on and near its shores. Although most of the community’s amenities are private, there are 476 feet of walking trails in the lake’s subdivisions. Combine this with the many streets of North Oaks and other nearby neighborhoods for a very walkable area.

Lake Brandt Road leads north to the 816-acre municipal reservoir and recreational area, Lake Brandt. Activities include fishing and fishing tournaments, kayaking, canoeing, and classes for orienteering and archery. South of North Oaks is Greensboro Country Park, which features a dog park, hiking and biking trails, playgrounds, picnic areas, fishing, paddle boating, and Guilford County Veterans’ Memorial.

In addition to the numerous recreational activities in the area, opportunities for shopping, dining, and entertainment abound. The Lawndale North Shopping Center sits just a few minutes south of North Oaks. Merchants include Fresh Market grocery, Talbots, Walgreens, and Villa Italian Pizzeria. Carousel Cinemas, located on 1305 Battleground Avenue, sits just a few minutes from North Oaks. Concerts, stage shows, and films are all featured at the Carolina Theatre in downtown Greensboro.

Other points of interest near North Oaks are the Piedmont Triad International Airport to the southwest, and both the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital and the University of North Carolina-Greensboro to the south.

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