Homes for Sale in Hedingham by Price
Hedingham is a community of over 2500 single family homes and town homes located just north/east of downtown Raleigh. Residents enjoy excellent local schools, convenient shopping, nearby restaurants and easy access to major area employers, Raleigh Durham Airport and Research Triangle Park. Raleigh residents can drive 2 1/2 hours to North Carolinas’ pristine beaches or you can be in the Blue Ridge Mountains in about 3 hrs.
Hedingham Homes and Community
Most of Hedingham was built in the late 1990’s to early 2000’s. One to three bedroom town homes range in size from 800-1500 Sq ft while single family homes range from 1100-4000 sq ft. on lots averaging 1/4 acre. Hedingham residents have access to private swimming, tennis, golf and athletic club. There are two pools and lessons/swim team is available. The 18-hole course opened in 1991 and was designed by David Postlewaite. The course features 6,529 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The 9,000 square foot athletic club offers top-quality equipment for fitness and cardio, indoor basketball court, aerobics room, and a nursery. Residents can also fish in the neighborhood lake, stroll the sidewalk lined streets and walk to the play ground. Hedingham has an active HOA with an informative website full of information for residents including neighborhood activities to fitness class schedules. Hedingham is just 1 1/2 miles from Raleighs belt line and 3 miles from downtown Raleigh. Many shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and recreational opportunities are found in the surrounding area. Residents can walk to the nearby Super Walmart, Star Bucks, numerous restaurants and stores.
There are countless recreation and cultural opportunities in Raleigh. Raleigh is home to many museums, theaters, concert venues, restaurants and of course the beautiful NC weather allows for outdoor recreation year round! The City of Raleigh operates over 200 parks including art centers, athletic facilities, community centers, lakes, nature preserves, off-leash dog parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, historic homes, and open spaces. Downtown Raleigh’s main street is the hub of the capital city’s events. Fayetteville Street hosts Food Truck Rodeos, annual festivals, and a First Night Raleigh New Year’s celebration featuring the local Acorn Drop. Raleigh, NC is consistently rated one of the top places to live in the country. The area boasts top universities like Duke, Wake Forest University, NC State, University of NC among others. Residents also have access to top notch medical care at over 6 hospitals in the Wake County area.