Traditions Neighborhood Description

Dated: May 19 2020

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Traditions is just two miles from downtown Wake Forest, North Carolina, and less than twenty miles from downtown Raleigh. Located off U.S. 1 and close to the hometown feel of welcoming Wake Forest, Traditions is still convenient to all the Triangle has to offer. 


Known for its friendly neighbors and natural surroundings, the many amenities at Traditions include a clubhouse, resort-style saltwater pool, volleyball court, amphitheater, outdoor fireplaces, parks, nature trails, and playgrounds. Since Traditions is situated next to the Wake Forest Reservoir, you can hike, bike, kayak, fish and more right in your own backyard. Plus, this community is still expanding, with additional trails and mixed-use areas already planned for the future. And with its proximity to downtown Wake Forest, dining, shopping, and entertainment await just around the corner. In 2015, Traditions was awarded “Community of the Year for North Carolina” by STARS Awards. 


If you’re looking for your personal retreat while still staying close to the heart of it all in Wake Forest, Traditions could be the perfect fit.

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Lee Goldstein

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