Richland Townes Apartments for Rent
Fawnbrook Circle is where the townhouse community of Richland Townes begins and the cul-de-sac of Townesbury Lane is where it ends. Along the west side of this matchless neighborhood, a creek runs along the property. Naturally wooded in all the right places, the district is shaded, yet open. Having the appearance of a college campus, this vicinity is peculiar and interesting.
Paved parking lots with numbered spaces line the areas between and in front of the town homes. Though attractive, these dwellings are without balconies, porches, decks, or garages. Decorative Crepe Myrtle trees line the sides of buildings.
Pressed loosely between Ebenezer Church Road and Duraleigh Road, the Richland Townes neighborhood is adjacent to William B. Umstead State Park and Reedy Creek Lake. This vast wilderness park is excellent for hiking, nature walking, bird watching, and a host of other family activities. Hester Pond is also in this vicinity, along with Laurel Hills Park. Hester Pond is a reservoir that is great for wildlife watchers and fishermen. Laurel Hills Park offers exceptional playground equipment.
Area attractions include the NC Museum of Art and the Crabtree Swim and Tennis Club. In this same local area, there are several shopping plazas to include the multiplex of North Hills.
Public and private schools abound throughout the vicinity making childcare, and educational opportunities easily accessible.
Valued for location inside the Cliff Benson Beltline, the Interstate 440 Beltway and convenience to Interstate 540, the Richland Townes community is desirable. The Raleigh Durham International Airport is close. This neighborhood would be perfect for a college student or a regular commuter.