You'll Adore Living in Wake Forest
Wake Forest perfectly captures the charm of yesteryear with the amenities of today. Come to White Street and you'll find an avenue lined with red-brick buildings, small cafes, and one-of-a-kind restaurants. But move a little further from downtown and you'll find some of the Raleigh area's most sought-after residential neighborhoods, including the Heritage community.
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Wake Forest at a Glance
Travel & Commute
Research Triangle Park: 35 min.
Downtown Raleigh: 35 min.
Major Highways: US-1, US-401, NC-98
Public Transit: GoRaleigh (Wake Forest-Raleigh Express)
Airport: Raleigh-Durham International (RDU)
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Downtown Wake Forest
Stepping downtown is like stepping back in time. Wake Forest's downtown is centered along White Street, which is lined with beautiful trees, brick storefronts, and old-fashioned street lamps. Grab a coffee, shop for antiques, and enjoy brunch outdoors on a sunny day. Downtown Wake Forest hosts numerous events, too, so you can easily get to know your neighbors while having fun. Don't miss out on the Mardi Gras Street Festival, Meet in the Street, or Wake Forest Christmas Parade!
Southeastern College and Theological Seminary
Wake Forest is still a college town, though it is no longer home to Wake Forest University. (WFU relocated to Winston-Salem in 1956.) Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary was established in Wake Forest in 1950, and it shared the campus with what was then Wake Forest College before the university relocated. A few decades later in 1994, the College at Southeastern was established. Today, more than 3,400 students attend Southeastern.
Falls Lake State Recreation Area
One of the Triangle's most popular destinations, Falls Lake, is tucked away in Wake Forest. Encompassing more than 12,000 acres, this reservoir features more than 300 campsites, 7 access points, and 5 beaches for swimming. Whether you're craving an afternoon on your boat or want to hike along miles of trails, you don't need to venture any further than Falls Lake!
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