Somerset Apartments for Rent
Comprised of homes along Pembridge Lane, Bishop Gate Drive, Longacre Drive, London Bridge Court, and Waterloo Court, the Somerset neighborhood in Raleigh is located on the northern edges of the capital city. The subdivision is bordered by Creedmoor Road to the east, Melvin Arnold Road to the west, Mount Vernon Church Road to the north, and the Nicholas Ridge subdivision to the south.
Located less than 15 miles from downtown Raleigh, the Somerset subdivision is within minutes from an assortment of cultural and historical attractions, including the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of History, and North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences.
Commuters will benefit from the neighborhood’s proximity Highway 98, which is located less than 2.5 miles to the north and offers a quick and convenient commute to Durham. Other major thoroughfares in the Raleigh metro area such as Interstate 40, Interstate 540, and Interstate 440, are also a short drive from the subdivision and provide easy access to Research Triangle Park and downtown Raleigh, as well as neighboring cities such as Chapel Hill, Cary, and Apex.
Outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy Somerset’s proximity to Falls Lake State Recreation Area, which is a four-mile trip to the north and boasts a 12,000-acre lake and over 26,000 acres of woodlands for boating, fishing, swimming, kayaking, mountain biking, hiking, and camping.