The Preserve at Smith Creek in Wake Forest

preserve at smith creek poolThe neighborhood at the Preserve at Smith Creek in Wake Forest, NC has so much to offer. Being able to ‘get away from it all’ out in the Preserve at Smith Creek still has it’s convenient amenities, quaint neighborhood and local attractions. This single family home neighborhood started development in 2006 and still has some lots available. Being only 3 miles north of the Wake County line, this part of Wake Forest is set off the beaten path just enough to enjoy the quiet surrounds.

The community atmosphere at the Preserve at Smith Creek boasts regular HOA meetings, sponsored events, fun holiday activities, social clubs, and more. Amenities include a large competition size swimming pool with graduated beach entry, sunning and activity area are perfect for those warm summer days. The Preserve at Smith Creek also offers a community center/clubhouse that is available to residents for private parties and other community events. There is also a fun playground complete with jungle gym, swing set and more. The kids will also enjoy the large field to run and play.

Within minutes of this home, there are many fun things to do:

1. Olde Liberty Golf Club

Olde Liberty offers a thrilling 18-hole, championship layout that meanders through some of the most beautifully forested terrain in the Triangle area. Co-designed by architects Michael Gleason of Pinehurst and Joel Moulin of Apex, the course at Olde Liberty stretches to 7,200 from the championship tees, but also offers a variety of challenges through its four other sets of tees. The result is a playable design for everyone.

Amenities include:

  • Member leagues & Tournaments
  • Complete practice facilities
  • Professional staff members for lessons & clinics
  • A variety of membership programs that also include
    privileges at Riverwood, Hedingham, Eagle Ridge and Greensbridge golf clubs for a total of 99 holes of golf.

2. Hill Ridge Farm

In the nearby town of Youngsville, Hill Ridge Farm is a favorite of many. Colorful Maze, Bounce House, Jumping Pillow, Hay jump, Fort, Giant 80ft Slide, Barrel Racers, Corn Playhouse, Swings, Farm Animal Corral, Fish Feeding Dock, Picnic Areas… The list goes on and on! Hill Ridge Farm is one of the top spots for families during the fall for true Fall Festivities, and the same in the winter for their Festival of Lights.

3. 20 Minutes to Downtown Wake Forest

Wake Forest Downtown Wake Forest has a wonderful fun things to do. Between places to eat, places to shop, things to do and places to go – you’ll find a lot to do and see.

4. 45 Minutes to Downtown Raleigh

Whether it’s for work or leisure, Downtown Raleigh is only 45 minutes away. Want to see the fireworks and festivities for the New Years Eve Acorn Drop? Want to stop see the exciting Holiday Parade? Love marathons? Excited for the multiple museums? Want to go to a concert? If it’s happening in Downtown Raleigh, it’s all just 45 minutes away.

5. Homestead Harvest Farm

Homestead Harvest Farm is a family owned and operated farm situated on 20 acres near Wake Forest, NC. Their animals are raised on pasture where they have access to plenty of grass and sunshine. They offer chicken and duck eggs, as well as chicken, duck, turkey, goose, and pork meats.

Take a look at homes currently available at the Preserve at Smith Creek:

preserve at smith creek clubhouse

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