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North Carolina’s capital city of Raleigh is home to 350,000 people and sprawls across more than 140 square miles. On the southern edge of Raleigh, about twenty minutes from downtown, is the neighborhood of Crest of Carolina. A newly developed area close to churches and schools, Crest of Carolina sits south of Williams Store Road (Ten-Ten Road) and east of Sauls Road.

Raleigh has 150 parks, many of which are minutes from the city’s residential neighborhoods. Crest of Carolina is fifteen minutes from Lake Wheeler Park. With 150-acres of park area and a 650-acre lake, this city park is an oasis for water sports enthusiasts. Water activities on Lake Wheeler include fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. A private boat launch is available.

There are several golf courses, both public and private, located throughout Raleigh and its surrounding areas. The neighborhood of Crest of Carolina is close to two. The Garner Country Club, established in 1964, is a 9-hole course. Its hills and slopes present challenges to all levels of golfers. The Meadowbrook Country Club is another 9-hole course that is considered walker-friendly. It has an expansive practice area, plus putting green and a large junior/youth golf program.

Crest of Carolina is less than ten miles from the shops at the Garner Towne Square. This plaza bustles with a variety of national retailers as well as service businesses and restaurants. The plaza is adjacent to the Center Stage School of Performing Arts. The arts school has studios and classes for both dance and music.

North Carolina State University is about fifteen miles north of Crest of Carolina, near the heart of Raleigh. Closer to the neighborhood is Wake Technical Community College, located about five miles to the west of Crest of Carolina.

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