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Wake Forest NC Real Estate is situated in a town that perfectly blends sophistication with historical charm. The character of the homes and the people attritube to a steady growth in population. In 2007 Wake Forest was listed by Forbes Magazine as the 20th fastest growing suburb in America with a 73.2% increase in population between 2000 and 2006.
Wake Forest was born as a college town and for more than a century the town and the college grew up together with intertwined histories. The original 1830’s campus has changed owners and names, but remains a geographical focus of the community that has grown around it.
Wake Forest was incorporated in 1909, and continues its emergence as a major player in the phenomenal growth and activity witnessed throughout the Triangle. Wake Forest maintains its small town character while continuously captivating newcomers and long-time residents alike with its incomparable warmth and charm.
Wake Forest is a progressive community of over 25,000 residents with a vibrant downtown that boasts more than 100 businesses, including several outstanding restaurants and specialty shops. Mindful of its rich heritage, the downtown is also an official historic district. Representative of its academic history, the town is the home of Southern Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Southeastern College at Wake Forest.
Wake Forest is proud of its rich history which includes many leaders who make a difference and tremendous cultural diversity. Parks, green spaces, and tree lined streets add to the livability. Wake Forest schools, medical facilities, businesses, arts and attractions also contribute to the wonderful quality of life. The YMCA in Wake Forest, which was just established in 2007 as a satellite branch, and is part of the YMCA Triangle, one of the largest YMCA’s in the country. The YMCA at Wake Forest is a 21,000 sq. ft. facility that serves youth, adults and seniors in northern Wake County and Wake Forest through organized programs that promote good health, strong families, confident children and better communities.
Just a few places of interest would include Wake Forest College Birthplace, Hill Ridge Farms, and Falls Lake State Recreation Area. Also, just outside of Wake Forest is the North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of History.
In August 2007, the median home price in Wake Forest was $311,482. There were 440 home sales, the highest priced home sold for $1,269,000, the average price condo sold for $171,135. There are still great real estate deals in this historical town, but you need a local market expert to help you. John Little and his team, are experienced real estate professionals who have the experience needed to find a home which will match your needs. For true local and knowledgeable service in the Wake Forest NC Real Estate market, contact John Little at 877-447-4333.