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The Reedham Oaks neighborhood is a well-established, upscale neighborhood of new homes situated on mid to large size parcels landscaped with native trees and shrubs. While the neighborhood is convenient to major roads and businesses, it remains a quiet location.
A convenient shopping venue for Reedham Oaks residents is the Stonehenge Market with an assortment of boutiques, specialty shops, ice cream parlor, and restaurants. Twice a year, the market presents the Twilight Tunes event for patrons.
Nearby, the Baileywick Road Park is an ideal place to take children. The park has a playground, swings, jungle gyms, sheltered picnic areas, water fountain, and restrooms.
Golfers can enjoy plenty of tee time at Wildwood Green Golf Club located on Ballybunion Way just off Strickland Road. The club is nestled on rolling greens lined with native trees. The course is for members only and designed for players of all skill levels.
Downtown Raleigh and the surrounding area offers a variety of historical places to see. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, are the North Carolina Executive Mansion, North Carolina Museum of History, William B. Umstead State Park, and Oak View County Park.
Tours of historical places is an interesting way to learn the history of the city. Several historic locations with tours are Mordecai Historical Park and plantation house built in 1785, Joel Lane Museum House built in the mid 1700s, and the Greek Revival State Capitol building built from 1833 to 1840.
Located in Wake County, zip code 27615, Reedham Oaks is bordered by Grosvenor Drive to the north, Kirkhill Drive to the east, Reedham Way to the south, and Six Fords Road to the west. The Six Forks Road boundary connects to Lead Mine Road and Strickland Road, two primary highways in Raleigh.