The Point at Lemuel Apartments for Rent
Tidy, two-story homes line the tree-filled lots in this small neighborhood tucked off Litchfield Road in Raleigh. With only 49 homes, The Point at Lemuel is a close-knit community built in a circle. Lots average about .3 acres, and the homes are mostly two-story designs with garages. Sidewalks line the streets, and landscaped lots are filled with mature bushes and trees.
The Point at Lemuel was built between 1996 and 1998 in northeast Raleigh. Homes average about 2,000 square feet, and the larger homes reach 2,700 square feet. The neighborhood encompasses ZIP code 27615, and it is built around Lemuel Drive and Clerestory Place, which form the circle of Litchfield Road. Two cul-de-sacs branch off the main neighborhood roads.
One of the best attributes of The Point at Lemuel is its excellent location near Interstate 540, the beltway around Raleigh that provides an easy drive to the Research Triangle Park and Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Downtown Raleigh is about 25 minutes south on Highway 1. Nearby shopping destinations include Falls Pointe Shopping Center, Six Forks Station, and Leesville Town Center.
Golfers enjoy the manicured courses at nearby North Ridge Country Club and Wildwood Country Club. Just east of The Point at Lemuel is Durant Nature Park, which offers five miles of nature trails, a picnic area and a playground. Baileywick Road Park has a well-kept playground and pavillion area with picnic tables, a sandbox, and rest facilities. A short drive west on I-540 takes residents to the popular William B. Umstead State Park, which is known for its hiking and cycling trails.