Blue Moon Ridge Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Encompassing a rectangular space between Mayview Road and Barmettler Street, Blue Moon Ridge is a neighborhood of single story homes in a well-established, family-oriented area. Houses of brick, vinyl-siding and unique character make the area comfortable. Front yards are large and manicured. Side yards give way to a few trees while many back yards are fenced. Shaded and comfortable, this area is old-world and picturesque.
Surrounding Blue Moon Ridge is a wide variety of historical landmarks, monuments, exhibits, museums and entertainment settings. A gentle walk could lead you to a major university, a sports event, or the birthplace of an American great.
NC State University is the proud setting of the Wolfpack College Basketball team and the historical landmark, the Bell Tower. This World War I Memorial pays respect to alumni veterans. Carter-Finley Stadium resides at NCSU and is a major entertaining venue in Raleigh, NC. This handy educational and entertainment center is greatly loved by the community.
Meredith College is an all-female, private university. One of the largest in the southeast, Meredith was founded in 1891 and has been a leader in women’s academics ever since. With breathtaking views, and history unsurpassed, residents enjoy Meredith.
A short drive could lead you to the NC Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural Sciences, or the JC Raulston Arboretum. Each are located within the district.
The NC Museum of Art is the owner of a huge collection of American and European art.
The Museum of Natural Sciences exhibits many artifacts, but children love the dinosaur displays.
The JC Raulston Arboretum is adjacent to Meredith College and is renowned for a wide variety of plant species native to North Carolina and the southeast.
Blue Moon Ridge is also extremely close to the historical district of Five Points and the Mordecai Historical Landmark. Mordecai was the birth place of American President Andrew Johnson.
Olds Elementary and Needham Broughton High serve the public educational needs of the area. Private and preschools are abundantly situated for local residents.
Convenient to shopping, hospitals, entertainment and interstates, the Blue Moon Ridge neighborhood and community is enviable for beauty, location and commuting ease. This area is well-situated to Dixie Trail, Wade Avenue and the Raleigh Beltline.