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You may know that Wake Forest was the birthplace of Wake Forest University. It's a noted suburb of the Research Triangle, only an half an hour to downtown Raleigh. Yet mere facts do not do Wake Forest justice. This is a classic hometown, more than anything else--a place to grow old, a wooded sanctuary. It must be the downtown area with historic buildings, tree-lined streets, and lots of families out enjoying the sunshine and the company of their friends and neighbors. That must be what sets Wake Forest apart. In a world of ready-made, instant, commodified everything, Wake Forest is a real community. The town is the home of Art After Hours, a monthly mini-festival that brings out the best of Wake Forest art and antiques. There's always an excuse to get together here, whether it's the holidays, or simply the good North Carolina weather.
With Wake Forest's picture-perfect year-round weather, it only makes sense that the residents of Wake Forest want to be outdoors as much as possible. They start with the Falls Lake State Recreation Area, a sportsman's paradise with 26000 acres of woods replete with trails and camping sites. On the water, there's plenty to do as well. Residents bring boats, canoes, or kayaks and play hard on the clear waters of a local treasure.
Another popular destination is the E Carroll Joyner Park. At 117 acres, it's the most interesting of the local parks, because it's part nature and part history lesson. An old farm, two gardens, and an amphitheater make this beautiful space hospitable to humans. Others worth exploring include the J.B. Flaherty Park, your new sports center, with three baseball fields and four tennis courts. If you prefer individual sports like hiking or biking, check out the trails at Tyler Run Park or H.L. Miller Park.
One of the most original aspects of living in Wake Forest is undoubtedly The Factory. This crowd-pleasing complex features a Polar Ice House rink, the YMCA, a Tumble Gym, the North Wake Baseball Complex, and the Destiny Dance Institute, all of which keep Wake Forest kids active and happy. Coffee shops, a computer-repair center, and a hair salon, also in the Factory, make it easy for parents to drop off the kids at their respective sports, while they catch up on errands or enjoy some much-needed "me" time.
Wake Forest is all about giving its residents an unbeatable quality of life. In our modern world, it doesn't always seem possible to give your children the kind of childhood you had--in a safe, close-knit, nurturing community. But at New Home Source, we assure you, it is possible. Let us help you find the perfect new home in Wake Forest.
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