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Raleigh’s Planned Communities

Raleigh, North Carolina has a vast number of choices when it comes to housing, from condos to single-family homes to rental units to planned communities and more. Planned communities offer a lot of advantages to its residents from small-town charm feel to safe neighborhoods to proximity to downtown centers and more about the architecture and amenities of the homes.

If you’re interested in planned communities around the Raleigh area, All My Sons of Raleigh movers can help. We’ve researched online to find information and details about the homes and communities in this part of North Carolina. Continue reading for more specifics. And don’t forget, if you’re interested in moving to one of those charming communities, just call the local Raleigh movers for professional moving services and a reliable moving company.

There’s a planned community called Greenbrier in North Raleigh that’s less than a mile away from the Triangle Town Center with low maintenance townhomes ranging from $124,900 to $171,190 with square footage from 1,217 to 1,504. The residences are close to shopping and restaurants and offer and easygoing kind of lifestyle. The different floor plans offer various room combinations and number of bathrooms.
Highland Creek is another planned community planned by the same builders as Greenbrier. Residents can choose anywhere from two to four bedrooms homes. The community has a Resident’s Lodge complete with a state-of-the-art fitness center, a game room, an outdoor pool and plenty of walking trails. The Lodge also has a comfortable living room with a big screen television where people can relax and unwind. Some of the home at Highland Creek are priced at $133,950 and other go up to $222,900.

Sumerlyn is perfect if you’re looking for single-family homes. Still in Raleigh and minutes away from the I-40 and from the Shoppes at Battle Bridge, these homes range from 1,500 to 2,900 square feet. They have between three to four bedroom with two-car garages priced from the $140’s.

Peyton Hall includes single-family homes with base floor plans go for about $170,000. The homes have great upgrades, designer paint colors and minutes away from downtown Raleigh, Crabtree Valley Mall and Buffaloe Athletic Park. And if you have children, East Millbrook Middle and Millbrook Elementary schools are close by.

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