Heritage Point (Raleigh, NC)
By Michael Mclaughlin, A Tradition in Trust
(The Real Estate Junction)
Situated in one of the most sought-after locations in the Raleigh, NC suburbs, the Heritage Point subdivision is a beautiful neighborhood with a true country feel. Convenient to practically any area in the region, the Heritage Point neighborhood is just a short drive Research Triangle Park and other employment centers, shopping districts and entertainment venues. Even Falls Lake, a great picnic spot in Raleigh, is just a few minutes from Heritage Point. Heritage Point is like no other neighborhood and offers only limited edition houses. There are only 12 houses and each occupies from 1 to 2 acres of land. Most of the homes in Heritage Point were built between the 1970s and 1990s. Every house is a custom designed house and is truly a one-of-a-kind, skillfully crafted edifice. The houses ...
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Heritage Point is a subdivision of fine custom-built homes in North Raleigh, off Creedmoor Road, near the intersection with I-540.  Most homes were built in the late 1970's to mid-1980's with a few homes dating from the 1990's.  Besides the custom features of the homes, a hallmark of the subdivision is the lots.  Most lots are one acre, or more, with some lots over two acres in size. Click here to view available Active Listings in Heritage Point. Heritage Point is within minutes of groceries, and other shopping needs, with multiple venues from which to chose.  The proximity to I-540 offers an opportunity for an easy commute of about 15 minutes to the Research Triangle Park, RTP.  The drive into downtown Raleigh is also about 15 minutes, with access to State Government, NC State Univers...
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