Glen Stone at Wakefield Plantation Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
The peace and serenity of modern country living exists for the residents at Glen Stone at Wakefield Plantation, where homes in the community have scenic views of rolling hills and a picturesque golf course with a TPC designation and owned by the PGA Tour. Glen Stone is an affluent community with sprawling homes, townhomes, and apartment communities in a suburban setting. The neighborhood has all the necessities of modern living, including a location with easy access to the attractions of Raleigh and Wake Forest.
The Wake County School System has Wakefield Elementary, Wakefield Middle, and Wakefield High School in the neighborhood. The North Raleigh Christian Academy, founded in 1966 by the Mount Vernon Baptist Church, has a curriculum for students from Kindergarten to high school. The Living Arts College at School of Communication Arts has programs for college students seeking careers in media arts. Certificate and bachelor degree programs are offered in animation and game design, digital audio production, and digital photography.
Wakefield Pond Number Two is a public fishing pond in the neighborhood. It is surrounded by the Wakefield neighborhoods, and is known as a fishing location where anglers can spend several hours in the outdoors and catch bass. Falls Lake is a 12,000-acre lake east of Glen Stone. Residents and visitors enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming. The 26,000-acre recreation center has hiking, mountain biking, and camping facilities.
Cultural events are held at Raleigh’s Memorial Auditorium, which is part of the downtown Progressive Energy Center for Progressive Arts. Since 1932, the auditorium has provided memorable, top-notch entertainment for residents and visitors. The 2,277 luxury seats in the auditorium overlook 80,000 square feet of stage. The auditorium is home to the North Carolina Symphony and the North Carolina Theatre. World famous celebrities from Mikhail Baryshnikov to Prince have performed here.