Uniquely gracious home.
Gently rolling hills. Dogwood trees in springtime are
breathtaking in this large yard and
throughout the winding streets of the
Woodcrest family neighborhood. Its
inside the beltline (ITB) location
convenient to downtown and to the
beltline is inviting to young and old
The 0.28 acre fenced yard is divided into
separate semi-private areas, some shaded,
sloping and fenced, others sunny and level,
all nicely landscaped, all overlooked by the
surprisingly private deck and screened
porch. A daylight partial basement provides
flex space for storage, gardening, whatever.
The south facing living and dining
rooms remain bright and cheery
through the day. Hardwood floors
and a long hall link the open formal
areas with the three bedrooms. See
floor plan and hall picture
The morning sun brightens the back
corner bedroom, the modern
bathroom and the updated kitchen
with its wall of three windows.
The home is mere blocks from both Lion’s Park and the Raleigh Greenway system with access to walking and bike trails, birdwatching opportunities, well-lit tennis courts, ball fields, a BMX bike course, playgrounds, pavilions and a community center that hosts a number of community meetings and activities. The Oakwood Dog Park is just a short walk away.The Greenway follows Crabtree Creek shown in blue on the map below. You are closest to one of its most scenic sections - a long walk-way over marsh land.
Call for the names of nearby neighbors who
can describe the best of both worlds enjoyed
by this home — a peaceful community atmosphere with many nearby urban and green space amenities.
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