Brandon Station Apartments for Rent
Homes in the Brandon Station neighborhood are located just west of Creedmoor Road and are encompassed by both Brennan Drive and Rutledge Court. Residents of this community are less than 10 miles from Haywood Hall, the oldest house still standing that was built inside the original city limits of Raleigh. The residence was once the home John Haywood, a former treasurer of the state of North Carolina, and is surrounded by lovely landscaped gardens that contain a range of plants and shrubbery native to the state.
Education lovers and curious kids at heart will all enjoy spending a day at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences. The museum was established in the late 19th century to increase and enhance the local population’s knowledge and understanding of the environment and to emphasize the state’s natural diversity. A third goal was helping residents comprehend four floors of exhibits that range from skeletons of prehistoric creatures to an insect exhibit to recreations of various North Carolina ecosystems and the wildlife living there. The museum also has a café and a gift shop where visitors can purchase educational toys, CDs, and other memorabilia.
A number of outdoor recreational opportunities are located around the Brandon Station community, including the Durant Nature Preserve, which has more than five miles of walking and hiking trails and two miles of mountain bike paths on the site of a former Boy Scout camp. The area also includes a number of picnic areas and several wild-growing gardens, all nestled on more than 200 acres of wooded property. For those who prefer a day out with the family pet, a visit to Millbrook Exchange Park would be enjoyable. In addition to playgrounds for children and a fairly well-maintained walking trail, the park also offers two lighted off-leash pet play areas.