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Ashton Hall is a scenic residential neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina. The neighborhood is made up of only a single road, Ashton Hall Lane. The neighborhood is a large condo/townhouse community that is home to a large number of residents.

Residents in the Ashton Hall neighborhood come from a wide variety of backgrounds. The neighborhood is mostly racially diverse. The diversity in the area is quite evident and creates an interesting melting pot. Only about 25% of the homes in the neighborhood are occupied by married couples. Median household income is $45,000 per year.

Less than a mile away from Ashton Hall is the Optimist Community Center off of Whittier Drive. The community center offers numerous services to the area including a technology center with multiple computers and Internet. This is a popular stop after school for many area students. The community center also provides numerous classes geared toward community enrichment and development. The community center has two baseball fields, a swimming pool, and two multiple purpose fields. Much of the recreation area of the community center is also used by Sanderson High School, located directly to the south. Between the community center and the high school, there are also 8 tennis courts that are in regular use, and there is a large track.

East of Ashton Hall just past Falls of Neuse Road is the Raleigh Racquet Club. This massive tennis facility has 29 courts with 4 permanent indoor courts and 25 outdoor courts. The courts are made of a variety of surfaces with some hard courts and some clay courts. The racquet club provides numerous leagues for different age groups, touraments, and of course, personal instruction on a wide variety of skills. The club also has a swimming pool and fitness club.

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