“A Town Of Its Own” Heritage Has It All
In 2000, Andy Ammonds and his residential development group broke ground on what has become one of the most sought after residential communities in the Triangle area. Today, the Heritage Wake Forest community is much more than anyone, including Ammonds, could have imagined 20 or so years ago.
While initial development plans called for 900 homes on just 1,008 acres, the community now sits on roughly 2,000 acres and boasts more than a dozen smaller communities within it, an award-winning golf course, greenway trails–and the list goes on. Residents, locals, even those looking to relocate to the area recognize Heritage’s commitment to high-quality, custom built homes and an outstanding quality of life.
In its youth, Heritage Wake Forest experienced record-breaking sales averaging 165 (lot) sales from 2000 to 2015. The project has even gained national attention for its ability to maintain home values and sales pace through one of the worse housing market crashes on record.
When families are considering relocating to the Triangle, Heritage Wake Forest almost always makes the list of neighborhoods to see–learn why!
This blog is a continuation of the Raleigh Neighborhood Spotlight Series. See last month’s Raleigh Neighborhood Spotlight on Bedford Falls River.
Heritage Wake Forest General Neighborhood Information
Location: 1504 Heritage Garden Wake Forest, NC 27587 (Wake County)
Price range: Townhomes priced at $160,000 to $400,000 and single-family homes priced at $200,000-$700,000
Sq. Ft. Range: 2,000-5,000
Developed: 2000 by Ammonds Development Group
Schools: Heritage Elementary, Heritage Middle School, Heritage High School, Primrose School of Heritage Wake Forest, Franklin Academy, and Thales Academy (private)
Amenities: Award-winning golf club with restaurant, swim club, tennis club, playgrounds, soccer fields, greenway access, bike paths, and nature walks
Homes In Heritage Wake Forest
The Ammons Development Group, best known for completing Raleigh’s first planned unit development, Greystone Village, among other resort communities in Wilmington and Nags Head, made good work of the farmland they purchased in Wake Forest.
The larger community of Heritage is made up of several smaller individual neighborhoods including:
- Heritage run
- Heritage croft
- Heritage hills
- Heritage midlands
- Heritage knoll
- Heritage chase
- Heritage gables
- Heritage ridge
- Heritage greens
- Heritage walk
- Heritage trails
- Heritage shire
- Heritage glen
- Heritage heights
- Heritage links
- Heritage overlook
- Heritage dale
- Heritage trace
- Heritage crest
- Heritage view townes
- Heritage link townes
- Heritage landing
- Heritage place
- Heritage spring
Each of these smaller neighborhoods offers a slightly different style of living. The wide variety of floorplans, sizes, styles, designs, and features on top of the superior level of quality and state-of-the-art technology that has gone into building each Heritage home is what makes this community so appealing to buyers.
With luxury townhomes, low-maintenance ranch style homes, and traditional single-family homes–no home the same–there is an opportunity for just about any buyer to find their perfect home in Heritage. Heritage has it all!
Life In Heritage Wake Forest
Heritage is located in the town of Wake Forest, just over a mile from historic downtown Wake Forest and a short drive from Downtown Raleigh. Heritage’s location is ideal for individuals, couples, or families looking for small, historic town feels while still having a reasonable commute into the city.
Not only is Heritage’s location ideal, but the amenities offered to residents sweeten the deal even further. Amenities include:
- Pocket parks and playgrounds placed throughout the development
- Heritage golf course, clubhouse, and restaurant
- Tennis club
- Swim club
- 120 acres of greenway trails and bike paths
- Olympic swimming pool, sun deck, full-service grill, lazy river, and splash pool
- Upscale retail shopping centers within walking distance
- Highly rated public, private, and charter schools within walking distance
The Heritage Golf Club is a popular attraction within the Wake Forest community. The top-rated Hale Irwin designed course encompasses challenging approaches winding through pine trees, creeks, and lakes. The 1250 Heritage Restaurant is the perfect place for post-golf round relaxation, special occasion dinners, or Sunday brunch! The restaurant provides an elegant dining atmosphere, stunning views, and a tempting breakfast, lunch, and dinner menu. The club also houses the swimming and tennis facilities which are frequented by locals when the weather gets hot!
Heritage is more than just a place to live–it’s a lifestyle. Interested in hearing more about Heritage community amenities or housing options? Let’s chat. Our team knows the heritage community well and is prepared to help you find the house of your dreams in this community.