Wakefield consists of an area north of the Neuse River, east of Falls Lake, south of NC98 Bypass and west of Capital Blvd. This area encompasses parts of the city of Raleigh, the city of Wake Forest and unincorporated areas in Wake county. Prior to the creation of the Wakefield subdivision, the area was known as Wakefield Farm. At one time, it also served as a hunting retreat for a European Air Line.
The development rivals the magnitude of Preston in Cary built during the 80's. Wakefield development begin in the late 90's and incorporated a diverse plan to build all types of housing and a magnitude of neighborhoods. In Wakefield, you'll discover a number of distinct neighborhoods, featuring, sidewalks, playgrounds, tennis, swimming and golf. The magnificent TPC Clubhouse anchors Wakefield Plantation and provides the ambiance of a southern plantation. The Tournament Players Club golf course (TPC) was designed by Hale Irwin, a three-time U.S. Open champion and two-time U.S. Senior Open winner.
A number of local shopping and dining establishments are in close proximity as wells at the Triangle Town Center mall. Easy access to I-540 to the south and Rt 98 immediately north provide convenience for travel to just about anywhere in the Triangle.
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