There are many reasons that people are moving to the Triangle area, but there is really only one reason why they decide to live in North Raleigh – the atmosphere and lifestyle are fantastic. Generally, North Raleigh is typified by rolling terrain and forested properties, with trails connecting many of the parks and lakes. There are established estate and country club developments as well as newer walkable neighborhoods, and even award-winning active adult communities. The area boasts a well-educated tax base and there are numerous community amenities for all ages, like the Falls Lake Dam – renowned for its whitewater recreational opportunities, Durant Nature Preserve, New Life Camp, and the Kerr Family YMCA.
The shopping and dining options are attractive as well and include places like Whole Foods, Sprouts Market, Lafayette Village, and Poppyseed Market. The plain fact that the area has become the central suburban location for the best of the Triangle doesn’t hurt either. North Raleigh is just a phenomenal choice to put down your roots and enjoy your lifestyle.
The Hasentree lifestyle is family-friendly resort living at its finest. Imagine living in a community where every day is like vacationing at home, living in a peaceful setting with unparalleled services and amenities catering to your entire family.
The community is nestled on hundreds of acres of wooded landscape, half of which is dedicated green space. Hasentree was designed to appeal to families of all sizes, including move-up buyers, empty nesters, golfers, food and wine aficionados, outdoorsmen, and ones just like yours. There are several types of residential options in Hasentree, most of them beautiful renditions of Toll Brothers best designs. The Golf Villas were designed to live your life fully integrated with the Tom Fazio designed course. The views are spectacular, the homes are well-built and low-maintenance, and the resort-style amenities are fantastic.
So, grab your clubs, your foursome is waiting!
This recently updated Bowan model was built with just about every option available in 2011. A huge master suite as well a private first-floor guest suite are a plus with this home, and there are two more bedrooms and a bath upstairs as well.
New hand-scraped hardwoods lead from the mahogany double entry doors, past the study and open dining room, straight thru to the million-dollar views. A massive island sets off the creamy white casework – this kitchen is built for serious entertaining. The family room was upgraded with a custom built-in and the fireplace carries warm flagstone details. The west-facing breakfast nook is surrounded with windows, and there is a screened porch (Phantom retractable screen) to enjoy morning and afternoon views of the 10th fairway, and the 17th green, and 18th as well.
And oh by the way, don’t forget to imagine your family around the gas firepit on a brisk evening. No extra charge.