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Driving along Heritage Point’s well-kept streets feels like a trip through country estates. This small neighborhood is made of spacious, custom homes that are built on lots as large as two acres. Hardwood trees fill the front and back yards. The neighborhood was developed over 30 years beginning in the 1970s, and each house is unique.
Residents of Heritage Point enjoy plenty of recreation opportunities without leaving their community. The neighborhood has its own pool, tennis courts, lake and club house, where residents frequently get together for parties and children’s events. Heritage Point also has an active women’s group that meets frequently and for special occasions.
Heritage Point encompasses ZIP code 27615 in north Raleigh, and it is bordered by Creedmore Road on the west, Strickland Road on the south and Baileywick Road on the north. Baileywick Road Park, popular for its well-kept playground and picnic areas, is just to the east of Heritage Point.
An on-ramp to Interstate 540, which connects to the Research Triangle Park and the Raleigh-Durham Airport, is close to the entrance to Heritage Point, providing residents with an easy commute to area business centers and shopping. Crabtree Valley Mall is just 12 minutes south on Creedmore Road, which also connects to Cameron Village, a popular shopping destination.
Wildwood Country Club is within walking distance of Heritage Point, and North Ridge Country Club is a short drive away. William B. Umstead State Park, which is easy to reach on Interstate 540, is well known for its hiking and cycling trails and fishing lakes. Falls Lake State Recreation Area, a popular picnic and swimming area, is north of the neighborhood.