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Woodrow Park is a tiny neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina. The neighborhood is framed by St. Mary Street to the west, Lake Drive to the south, West Lake Drive to the east, and White Oak Road to the north. Roads included in the neighborhood are Lake Drive, Gaddy Drive, Woodrow Drive, Colton Place, Wilson Lane, and Anderson Drive.

Residents of the neighborhood have a median family income of $116,000 per year. Most of the adult-aged residents have at least a bachelor’s degree, with many having graduate degrees. Married couples, with an average age of 40 years old, own most residences in the neighborhood. Homes in the area are typically older, with most homes built before 1940. Average home values are almost double that of the rest of the city of Raleigh, at about $642,000 for a detached home.

Recreation is a major part of life for residents of Woodrow Park. The neighborhood is located next to several parks, including Rothgeb Park and Drewry Hills Park to the north. These parks provide miles of pavement for area walkers, hikers, runners, and cyclists. It is pretty common to find active residents enjoying the scenic parks while exercising. The parks are also popular with bird watchers and nature lovers, who are often found with their cameras and binoculars on the ready.

Golfing is another major area activity enjoyed by residents. In fact, one of the biggest golf courses in the area can be found at the Carolina Country Club. The course is popular throughout the neighborhood and the surrounding area and touted as being one of the best-maintained courses in the region. The course also has a large professional shop with knowledgeable staff that is able to assist with information about the course, as well as provide helpful advice on the game of golf.


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