Forty Acres Apartments for Rent
Well-manicured – with sculpted, rounded bushes and towering trees – Forty Acres is a large subdivision featuring well-established homes. Encompassing all of Picadilly Lane and portions of Hathaway Road and Churchill Road, the Forty Acres neighborhood is situated on the west side of Oberlin Road.
Large front yards, reasonable space between houses, privacy, and seclusion add enormous charm to this community. Forty Acres is likable and beautiful. Walkers and joggers can regularly be seen in the Forty Acres subdivision.
Just off center of being in the exact middle of the Raleigh, NC Cliff Benson Beltline/I-440, this neighborhood is also out of the busy district. The nearest major thoroughfares are Oberlin Road and Wade Avenue. Traffic in this area is low. Even Churchill Road comes to a dead end on the residential end of Forty Acres.
This setting is well suited for families. Public schools in the vicinity are Underwood Elementary, Daniels Middle, and Broughton High. Additional schools – public and private – in this beautiful area include Olds Elementary School, St. David’s School, Lacy Elementary, Frankie Lemmon School, White Memorial Presbyterian School, and St. Michael’s Parish Day.
Walking parks, nature trails, and state parks are abundant in the Forty Acres area. Pullen Park, Fred Fletcher Park, Isabella Cannon Park, the Jaycee Park Volleyball Courts, and Mordecai Historical Park are all approximately one mile away. Pullen Park has great family activities, including a train, carousel, and walking trails.
The Raleigh City Museum, the NC Museum of Art, the J.C. Raulston Arboretum, the Museum of Natural Sciences, the NC Museum of History, the Contemporary Art Museum (CAM), and the Pope House Museum are all within three miles of Forty Acres.
Mission Valley Shopping Center is within a mile, and Crabtree Valley Mall is within 2.5 miles.
The Forty Acres development and neighborhood is desirable as a beautiful family location. This well established community is fabulous for privacy and seclusion, while maintaining a sense of community.