Brassfield Pond Apartments for Rent
Consisting of two-story homes along Downhill Slide Trail and Anna Brook Lane, the Brassfield Pond neighborhood on Raleigh’s far north side takes up approximately .03 square miles and has a population of around 30 people. The subdivision’s only access lies at the intersection of Brassfield Road and Anna Brook Lane, and is comprised of large single-family residences built primarily throughout the 1980s, which are situated on densely wooded lots.
Residents will enjoy convenient access to major Raleigh thoroughfares such as Interstate 540, which is approximately five miles to the south, as well as Raleigh-Durham International Airport, roughly 15 miles to the west. Downtown Raleigh – which offers a host of educational, cultural, and historical opportunities – is a 30-minute drive from Brassfield Pond and the nearby city of Wake Forest is a 10-mile drive to the northeast. Also nearby are the cities of Durham, which sits approximately 20 miles from Brassfield Pond, and Cary, which is a 30-minute drive to the south.
The two main roads in Brassfield Pond lack sidewalks, forcing pedestrians onto the roadway for outdoor activities such as walking, jogging, and biking. The neighborhood is within 10 miles of Falls Lake State Recreational Area, which provides outdoor enthusiasts with an assortment of activities ranging from camping, fishing, and swimming to mountain biking, hiking, and boating. The park consists of 26,000 acres of woodlands and a 12,000 acre lake, making it a popular destination for Raleigh residents and visitors alike. Less than 13 miles to the west lies Falls Village Golf Course – an 18-hole championship course that boasts a beautiful setting and an abundance of wildlife throughout its 7,072-yard stretch through Carolina pines and rolling terrain.