Townes at Umstead Apartments for Rent
Quaint community describes the private wooded setting called Townes at Umstead. Imagine living just a half-mile’s walking distance from William B. Umstead State Park. Residents arrive home from work, change into athletic shoes and jog or walk a short distance to 5,579 acres of trees, flowers, birds, and streams. It’s like living in paradise with the amenities of the city next door.
This friendly, laid-back community also welcomes canine residents. Dog walking is a favorite sport of many residents, and Buster sometimes likes the company of other four-legged friends. Raleigh dogs have their choice of three dog parks: Carolina Pines on Lake Wheeler Road, Milbrook Exchange at Spring Forest Road, and Oakwood Dog Park at Broodside Drive.
The hard-working residents of Townes At Umstead don’t live by paradise alone. The amenities of Raleigh wait for them a short distance away. Raleigh natives are proud of their southern restaurants’ sweet tea, barbecue, home-style vegetables, and many other dishes served up southern style. Everyone can rest assured that hospitable southerners will accommodate them at Italian bistros, Pan-Asian, Mediterranean, and Jamaican eateries. With 1,100 restaurants throughout the Raleigh communities, nobody goes hungry.
The nightlife in Raleigh beckons to Umstead residents to visit the Glenwood South District where the street life begins at dusk. Hip and trendy describes this lively area. Visit the many shops, stop in a bar for a drink with friends, listen to music, and dance the night way.
For families, there’s the Moore Square District, the heart of the arts and cultural entertainment area. Art galleries, the Marbles Kids Museum, Wachovia Imax Theatre earned this area the name of Raleigh’s art district.
There’s something for everyone living around Townes at Umstead. Kids play on safe streets, young adults find excitement nearby, and Mom, Dad, and grandparents enjoy the amenities that welcome them to this community.