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You can't beat Knightdale for quality of life, and residents don't hesitate to let you know it. "Living at its Best" is their motto, and from what we can see, Knightdale lives up to the challenge. This city on the Neuse River is a large and growing bedroom community for Research Triangle Park, the Silicon Valley of the East Coast. But it's more than that--it truly offers residents the best of all worlds.
The Research Triangle Park is home to some of the South's--and the world's!--biggest movers and shakers in the fields of technology, science, and biotech. The Environmental Protection Agency, IBM, DuPont, Cisco, Bayer, Credit Suisse, and GlaxoSmithKline all make their home here, just as you will. World-class universities like Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill guarantee these tech giants a steady stream of talent.
In Holly Springs, you'll enjoy a quiet, safe life at a comfortable distance away from the city and Research Triangle Park. Should you become curious about your neighboring city, remember that Raleigh is up-and-coming, and you can play a role in its future. But it is also a pretty interesting place to visit right now. Known for its interest in the arts, you can see just about any show--classical music, art, or even Broadway--in this city. The singers, actors, and dancers of the Broadway Series South perform at Progress Energy Center for the Performing Arts. In nearby Apex--even closer to where you live in Knightdale--visit the Halle Cultural Arts Center to see the Raleigh Symphony at its new home.
If a few hours in an opera house doesn't sound like a good idea with a few kids in tow, take them to the Marbles Kids' Museum, where they can immerse themselves in knowledge, and have a good time, all at the same time. If you and your family prefer visual art, the Contemporary Art Museum within the Warehouse District is a great place to get schooled on the virtues of twentieth-century art.
And for all the attractions that Raleigh has to offer, sometimes nothing is more fun than going on a walking tour of all the diverse districts in Raleigh, on a sunny weekend afternoon. The Fayetteville Street District reportedly offers the best city sights and sounds, but it pays to do a little exploring!
Closer to home, there's plenty to do, too. Try Eugene F. Harper Memorial Park--it's a great place for a barbeque, with two covered grills, a gazebo, and a playground, to keep the little ones busy while you finish the hamburgers. The weekend warriors among you may prefer the trails at Knightdale Environmental Park.
Knightdale is a well-rounded city, and a makes a great place to live. Let New Home Source start you off in the perfect new home for you and your family.
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