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Westridge Heights is a largely residential neighborhood in northwest Greensboro, North Carolina, roughly five miles from the downtown area. This community extends to Westridge Road on the east and Hobbs Road on the south. The northern boundary is created by Friendly Acres Drive, Chadford Place, Gramercy Road, and Pinetop Road. The western boundary is less conspicuous, but could be considered Worthington Place, Red Sail Lane, and Chadford Place. The zip code for this Guilford County community is 27410. Area communities include Friendly Acres, Forest Valley, and Garriage Hills.
In total, Westridge Heights spans more than .32 square miles and has roughly 720 residents. Most of the homes here were built between 1960 and 2000. The single-family homes in this neighborhood are situated on fairly spacious lots, with plenty of shade trees and vegetation for privacy and protection from the North Carolina heat. By city standards, this community can be considered very affluent. As of 2008, the average household income in Westridge Heights was $102,589, more than double the Greensboro median of $41,393 for the same year.
The affluent residents of Westridge Heights can likely afford memberships to the Starmount Forest Country Club, which is situated approximately two miles south of the neighborhood. This prestigious private club offers a stately, columned clubhouse on 150 acres of prime real estate. It is known for its golf and tennis facilities, and as a place to entertain and do business. Additional amenities include swimming pools and fitness facilities.
Westridge Heights residents are also within a few miles of several community parks, as well as the Tanger Family Bicentennial Garden. Other attractions close to home include several prominent medical centers and a variety of higher education options. The latter include Guilford College (to the southwest) and the University of North Carolina – Greensboro (to the southeast). The latter is one of the most prominent public institutions in the state.