Del Webb at Traditions
Wake Forest, NC 27587
Homes for Sale in Del Webb at Traditions
Del Webb at Traditions is a new active adult community located in Wake Forest, North Carolina. When completed, the community will consist of 452 single-family residences and an 18,000 square-foot clubhouse. HOA Fees include basic maintenance of lawn care for the homes, common areas and use of the clubhouse and all community amenities.
Del Webb at Traditions broke ground in 2017 and plans to include 452 single-family homes when finished. Homes are offered in nine different spacious ranch floor plans ranging in size from 1,656 up to 2,536 square-feet of living space. These homes will include 2-4 bedrooms, 2-4 ½, and an attached 2-car garage. All homes include master-on-main suites; flex rooms, and well-equipped kitchens. Some homes come with additional options like loft spaces, patios, and tray ceilings for the dining rooms and master suites.
- Low $300s - Low $600s
- Single Family Homes
- Age Restrictions 55+
Residents can enjoy an active and exciting lifestyle at Del Webb at Traditions. The well-appointed 18,000 square-foot clubhouse is the epicenter for the clubs and activities. It includes a fitness center, indoor pool and coffee bar. Activities include numerous clubs, billiards, an arts and crafts studio, and a catering kitchen. Outdoors you will find activities such as pickle ball, tennis and bocce ball and a community garden.
Del Webb at Traditions is located in Wake Forest, North Carolina directly north of downtown Raleigh on state roads US 1 and US 401. Residents have easy access to all the entertainment, recreation, and culture the city has to offer. The NC Museum of Science and the NC Museum of History are nearby, as well as the stadium for the Carolina Hurricanes NHL team. When traveling farther is needed, Raleigh-Durham International Airport is only a 40-minute drive away.
About Wake Forest
Del Webb at Traditions is located near the vibrant downtown district of Wake Forest, one of several towns that come together to create the Triangle area. Nestled halfway between the mountains and the sea, Wake Forest is enjoying the same phenomenal growth and activity that is apparent everywhere in the Triangle area. The town's well-preserved business district includes a wide variety of architectural styles illustrating more than 125 years of development. Yet the town, accentuated by its beautiful historic homes and tree-lined streets, has stayed small enough to attract newcomers from all over.
Wake Forest was created in 1834 when the state's Baptist leaders opened a ministerial college. The college’s presence was important to the growth and prosperity of Wake Forest from the 1830s through the mid-1900s. In 1956, the college – Wake Forest University — was relocated to Winston-Salem North Carolina. Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary now occupies the campus.