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Westbrook North Apartments for Rent

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Westbrook North is a quaint neighborhood located in the suburbs of Raleigh, North Carolina. Residents of this neighborhood can enjoy a very peaceful and serene environment without having to be so far away from the more urban attractions of the city. There are plenty of places nearby Westbrook North to shop and dine, as well as much to do in the form of recreation and leisure.

Westbrook North is a very amicable neighborhood for growing families, with many family-friendly features that promote a stable and secure environment. Raleigh has a great selection of schools, both public and private, in the surrounding area of Westbrook North. There are many places to worship for different denominations and religions, creating a very spiritually diverse community.

Raleigh has two great country clubs in the surrounding area — the Carolina Country Club and the Northridge Country Club. As a Platinum Club of America, the Northridge Country Club is highly esteemed by the community of Raleigh with its fantastic amenities and outstanding customer service. The Carolina Country Club is a bit farther away and is a much smaller country club. So, for those who would enjoy a more private membership, the Carolina Country Club is just the ticket.

There are many parks and lakes in close proximity to Weldon Ridge for residents to choose from. Shelly Lake and its surrounding park are just perfect for a family outing. The trails along the park are designed with great terrain for cyclists or even for just a stroll through the park. Shelly Lake is wonderful for both boating and swimming. William B. Umstead Park is a bit farther away, but this park is still visited often by the residents of Westbrook North. This nature park is just the place for a weekend camping or fishing trip.

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