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The Mccullers Pines neighborhood is less than 10 miles south of Raleigh. It is a quiet residential development, and residents of this North Carolina community enjoy easy access to main roadways while living in a wooded, country-like setting. The 27603 zip code covers the neighborhood, which is within Wake County.

Oakvale Street borders Mccullers Pines on the southwestern side, while Marigold Street forms the western border. The Fayetteville Highway/Highway 401 divides the neighborhood down the middle. Allen Street West is the northern boundary on the western half. As Allen Street crosses Highway 401, it becomes East Allen Street and forms the southern boundary for the eastern portion of the neighborhood. The eastern section also includes Red Bud and Camellia Streets. Mature trees throughout the neighborhood provide privacy for residents.

Mccullers Pond is just outside the southwestern border, which adds to the remote feel of the neighborhood. Lake Wheeler is a short drive north of the neighborhood for fishing and boating. To the east, residents can also enjoy Lake Benson or golf at the Garner Country Club, both of which are less than five miles away.

Mccullers Pines is just south of the intersection of Highway 401 and Ten-Ten Road. Local shopping and dining opportunities surround this intersection. Public transportation is also available on Highway 401, which adds to the commuting choices available to residents. Wake Technical Community College is less than one mile south of the neighborhood.

As residents travel north on Highway 401, more shopping and dining choices care available even before reaching Raleigh. This route passes through the center of Raleigh and intersects with Interstate 40, along with Interstate 440 that circles the heart of the city.

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