Greywalls at Trego Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Bordered by Brassfield Road to the northwest, Honeycutt Road to the southwest, and Deer Forest Trail to the northeast and southeast, the Greywalls at Trego neighborhood is located on Raleigh’s north side, just south of Falls Lake. Consisting of .107 square miles, the subdivision has a population of 50 people and contains single-family homes built primarily between 1975 and 2005.
A relatively small community, Greywalls at Trego is comprised of large two-story homes along Fifebrew Lane and Grey Walls Lane. The lots in this neighborhood are spacious and wooded, providing residents with both the privacy of country living and the benefits of city life. Situated just north of Interstate 540, Greywalls at Trego is 10.5 miles from downtown Raleigh, which is home to an assortment of art, entertainment, cultural, and recreational opportunities, including the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, North Carolina Theater, and North Carolina Museum of Art.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport is a 25 minute drive to the southwest, and Crabtree Valley Mall – which features over 200 stores and is one of the largest shopping malls in the southeastern United States – is approximately 10 miles to the south. Although the streets in this subdivision lack sidewalks, the community is very pedestrian-friendly, thanks to long, winding roads and minimal traffic throughout the secluded Greywalls at Trego neighborhood.
Nearby Falls Lake – a state recreation area featuring 26,000 acres of woodland and a 12,000-acre lake – offers residents a wide array of outdoor recreation ranging from fishing, swimming, and boating to walking and mountain biking in this popular retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Raleigh.
The safety and security of this subdivision, coupled with its close proximity to downtown Raleigh, makes Greywalls at Trego one of the most desirable communities of its kind and offers residents a unique blend of city convenience and country living.