Tryon Pines Apartments for Rent

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Tryon Pines is a diverse subdivision in Raleigh, North Carolina. The streets in this area include Tryon Pines, Sap Lane and Agent Court. In 2008, the average house price in Tryon Pines was $184,000, less than the Raleigh average of $309,000. Many of the houses in this community are two stories with multiple bedrooms and garages. The houses are mostly white with dark shutters, making for a charming appearance.

The yards are well maintained and there are plenty of trees. The streets are walkable and dog friendly. For those looking to invest in this neighborhood, the homes have great potential. This area is ideal for single and married adults with or without children.

Tryon Pines is located in zip code 27603 and is a convenient six miles from downtown Raleigh and its nice hotels, trendy restaurants and business ventures. For those who work downtown, this commute is reasonable. Tryon Pines is four to five miles from the main campus of North Carolina State University, making it a possible home for professors or graduate students. And for frequent travelers, the Raleigh-Durham Airport is about 25 miles away.

Schools near Tryon Pines include both private and public options, such as Vance Elementary, Saint Mary’s School, and Wake Christian Academy. For nature enthusiasts, Raleigh has no shortage of parks. One that is close to Tryon Pines is Lake Wheeler, which has a lake for small boats and is open to the public for free.

Tryon Pines is a lovely suburb that can be the right fit for someone looking to invest. It feels like a community yet is close to the many fine things Raleigh has to offer.

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2421 Fairway Dr., Raleigh, NC 27603 Map

(919) 295-9184 Check Availability
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740 Smallwood Dr #17, Raleigh, NC 27605 Map

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204 Westcroft Dr., Garner, NC 27529 Map

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