Greystone Park Apartments for Rent
The Greystone Park neighborhood is tucked between Lead Mine Road and Saw Mill Road. The vicinity is lushly wooded and surrounded by lakes, creeks, and ponds of various acreage. With natural and man-made waterways, recreational facilities can be diverse and intriguing to local residents.
Lovely brick houses with white trim, small front porches, manicured bushes and neat lawns seem old world and stately in the Greystone Park neighborhood. Situated on rolling hills and along meandering valleys, the district is picturesque and appealing. Sidewalks enchant walkers and social neighbors. This family community is attractive, friendly and warm.
Shelley Lake Park and Brookhaven Nature Park are in this district. Shelley Lake is a family outing park with an amusement area for children that includes a carousel, train, and kiddie boats. Brookhaven Nature Park is excellent for walking in a natural area and bird watching. Leaving the rural, natural setting is easy with Crabtree Valley Mall within three miles. Crabtree is an upscale area with covered parking and multiple outdoor, covered exits.
Fitness and exercise comes in many forms in the Greystone Park community. LA Boxing is on nearby Creedmoor Road. Preschoolers like Monkey Joe’s on Glenwood Avenue. Project 58 is a local membership-only skateboard park. From novice to advanced, skateboarders appreciate this skate park. Fishing and boating are also popular activities in this area.
Performing arts has much to offer local area residents. The Summerglen Music School is close. The North Raleigh Arts and Creative Theatre is a great place to get involved in theatrics.
Preschools and education are plentiful near this subdivision. The Montessori School of Raleigh, Greystone Baptist Church Preschool and Lynn Road Elementary are in the immediate vicinity.