Preston Neighborhood Description

Dated: May 10 2020

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Located in the heart of Cary, Preston is a desirable, well-established community comprised of multiple subdivisions. 

In the center of the community sits the Prestonwood Country Club, which offers abundant amenities. Recently renovated by Jack Nicklaus, the championship 54-hole golf course hosts the PGA Champions Tour’s SAS Championship. Other club features include fifteen lighted tennis courts, three swimming pools, a fitness center, workout classes, social clubs, special events, summer camps, ballrooms, and private dining. Preston is also minutes from some of the area’s best schools, and is connected to one of Wake County’s largest parks, Fred G. Bond Metro Park. As if that wasn’t enough, Preston is just a short drive away from Research Triangle Park and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, plus multiple shopping, dining, and entertainment venues.

If you want to have it all in Cary, Preston is where you belong. 

http://rdu.intrustrealty.com/areas/Preston 

 

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Lee Goldstein

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