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Nestled near the southeast corner of Falls Lake, the Wood Spring neighborhood on Raleigh’s northeast side features a variety of two-story, single-family homes on large wooded lots. The vast majority of homes in this subdivision, which is most easily accessed by Falls of Neuse Road to the west, were built between 1995 and 2000, although some construction dates back to the 1960s.

The neighborhood includes spacious homes along Wescott Drive, Whittington Drive, Summerton Place, and many, many more streets. A drive through the community will display the appealing variety of home styles and dwellings that represent the different eras of construction in this Raleigh neighborhood’s vicinity. The vast number of streets in this sizable community each hold their own special characteristics and appeal.

With access to major thoroughfares such as Interstate 540 and Interstate 40 a short drive away, Wood Spring residents will enjoy a quick and convenient commute to downtown Raleigh and Research Triangle Park. Raleigh-Durham International Airport is less than 18 miles away from this family-friendly community, which features sidewalks along one side of most streets for pedestrians, bikers, and dog walkers.

Those seeking unique recreational opportunities can set out on a 20-minute drive to nearby Falls Lake State Recreation Area, which features a 12,000-acre lake and over 26,000 aces of woodlands. A prime spot to trade in the hustle and bustle of city life for rest and relaxation, Falls Lake offers activities ranging from boating and swimming to fishing, camping, mountain biking, and more. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is less than 30 miles to the west, and Duke University in nearby Durham is a 40-minute drive to the northwest.


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3235 Trimblestone Lane, Raleigh, NC 27616 Map

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