From rendering to real life, Del Webb at Traditions will open its clubhouse this February. (Rendering courtesy of Del Webb)

To introduce their latest project, Del Webb at Traditions in Wake Forest, North Carolina is hosting a special evening for potential homebuyers to get a sneak peek at its brand new 18,000 square-foot clubhouse. The grand opening will be held Thursday, Feb. 21 from 5 p.m.-7 p.m. and will feature live music and entertainment, plus, drinks and snacks.

During the opening event, guests can take a tour of the new facility that features a wide variety of noteworthy amenities, including a state-of-the-art fitness room that’s fully stocked with the latest cardio and weight training equipment, as well as an aerobics and dance studio, and an indoor pool.

Additionally, the clubhouse boasts an arts and crafts studio that will allow residents to get creative whenever they like, plus, several card tables and billiards that are perfect for a little friendly competition. We can’t forget to mention the clubhouse’s coffee bar where guests can get their daily caffeine fix while socializing with neighbors.

Getaway With Traditions Explore Program

If you can’t make the grand opening event, another great way to check out the age-restricted community and get the full Traditions experience is through Del Webb’s Explore Program. The program was designed to give potential homebuyers an inside look at the development by allowing them to stay on the property for two to three nights for a nominal fee.

During the visit, guests will get to experience what it’s truly like to live in the Del Webb community. As far as accommodations go for the overnight stay, program guests will get to “live” in one of the builder’s popular Eastway model homes — a furnished, two-bedroom property that offers plenty of space to relax and unwind after a full day of exploring the neighborhood.

Guests will also have full access to the community’s new clubhouse, fitness center, indoor pool, multi-purpose rooms, commons lounge, and athletic courts. A two-day getaway at Del Webb at Traditions is $149 with a Friday check-in, while a three-day stay is $199 with a Monday check-in.

Homeowners can expect resort-style amenities throughout the Del Webb at Traditions clubhouse. (Rendering courtesy of Del Webb)

Del Webb at Traditions is located in the greater Raleigh area just a short drive from the charming town of Wake Forest. Construction on the 55+ community originally started in 2017 and will feature 452 single-family homes upon its completion.

Del Webb at Traditions Home Selection

Most homes within the development are single-level, ranch-style houses with price points ranging from the low $300s to the low $600s. There are nine unique floor plans for buyers to choose between. Layouts range in size with approximately 1,656 to 2,536 square feet of living space, depending on the floor plan chosen. Each home can have between two to four bedrooms, two to four-and-a-half baths, and an attached two-car garage.

There are also several extra additions that can be incorporated into any floor plan to elevate each home’s style and design, including a loft space, outdoor patio, and tray ceilings in the dining room and master suite.

Del Webb at Traditions Lifestyle

Along with the community’s new clubhouse — which is sure to become a buzzing social hub — there are a wealth of other amenities for residents to take advantage of in Traditions, including several athletic courts, a community garden, and scenic walking and biking trails that are ideal for a leisurely stroll around the property on a nice day.

As an added bonus residents will also get to enjoy a low-maintenance lifestyle with homeowners’ association fees covering the cost of basic home maintenance, lawn care, and common area upkeep.

For those looking to get involved and stay active in the community, there are several organized clubs and interest groups that are sure to keep active adults extremely busy. A sampling of clubs includes book clubs, the flying solo singles club, travel club, and gardening club — just to name a few. There’s also a lifestyle director on site to plan all sorts of neighborhood gatherings and events to keep the community continuously engaged throughout the year. Planned events will range from yoga classes to card tournaments.

Wake Forest and Raleigh

Nearby, downtown Wake Forest, Durham, and Raleigh offer plenty of entertainment options that range from cultural museums and performing arts theaters, as well as a myriad of popular shopping and dining options sure to suit anyone’s tastes. The area is also located near several major highways, has an international airport, and a number of renowned health care facilities.