Lands End at Eaglechase Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Bordered by South New Hope Road to the west, Poole Road to the north, Barwell Road to the east, and Rock Quarry Road to the south, the Lands End at Eaglechase neighborhood is located eight miles from downtown Raleigh on the city’s southeast side. The subdivision consists of Lockwood Folly Lane, Ocracoke Court, Oregon Landing Place, Beaufort Inlet Court, and Drum Inlet Place, and contains homes built primarily between 1980 and 2000.
Tucked into a densely wooded area that forms the neighborhood’s southern border, the residences that comprise Lands End at Eaglechase are single-family homes, the majority of which are ranch-style dwellings, although some two-story homes are sprinkled throughout the subdivision. Although the majority of streets in Lands End at Eaglechase are courts which lack sidewalks, Lockwood Folly Lane – the neighborhood’s main roadway – provides a sidewalk along one side, providing a safe spot for residents enjoying outdoor activities such as walking, jogging, biking, skateboarding, and rollerblading.
The family-friendly neighborhood is located less than five miles from Interstate 440, a major thoroughfare throughout the Raleigh area and surrounding region, which offers residents a quick and convenient commute to the capital city’s downtown district as well as neighboring cities such as Durham, Cary, and Chapel Hill.
Despite its proximity to nearby bustling business districts and Research Triangle Park, Lands End at Eaglechase also provides its residents with easy access to Anderson Point Park, which is less than three miles to the north of the neighborhood. Featuring four miles of trails, a playground, scenic overlooks for wildlife viewing, an amphitheater, two shelters, and canoe launch sites, the park is the perfect location for the whole family to unwind and enjoy nature with outdoor opportunities ranging from hiking and boating to fishing and swimming.