Builder Del Webb has begun pre-sales at its new 55+ community called Del Webb at Traditions in Wake Forest, North Carolina. The age-restricted community, which is located within the master-planned development of Traditions at Wake Forest, will offer a total of 452 single-family homes spread across 164 acres of lush landscape.
“With hundreds of people on our interest list, it’s clear that there is great interest in Del Webb at Traditions, which is Wake Forest’s largest new 55+ community,” says David Carrier, president of the company’s division in Raleigh. “With its great location and rich community lifestyle, we can expect a lot of interest from baby boomers who are looking to downsize in place and stay within the Wake Forest area, and from grandparents migrating into the Raleigh area to be close to family.”
Homebuyers can choose from nine new floor plans offering one-story living and ranging in size from 1,656 to 2,536 square feet. Homes are priced starting in the mid $300s and have two to four bedrooms, two to four-and-a-half bathrooms, and attached two-car garages.
Some of the features include open layouts, rooms for entertaining, a laundry room adjacent to the master suite, fixed attic staircases, and optional two-story living with loft space. Del Webb plans to officially grand open with designer-decorated model homes by the end of summer 2017 with the first homeowners moving in by the end of this year.
Del Webb at Traditions will also provide residents with resort-style amenities such as a proposed 18,000 square-foot clubhouse, which will be completed in late 2018. It will feature a fitness center, aerobics and dance studio, coffee bar, card tables, billiards, indoor pool and spa, arts and crafts studio, and catering kitchen.
Outdoors, the active adult community will host multiple sports courts for tennis, pickleball, and bocce ball, as well as a community garden, dog park, wooded walking trails, and about 40 acres of green space.
Del Webb at Traditions is located on Gilcrest Farm Road in Wake Forest, NC, and is easily accessible to downtown Raleigh and I-540. The community is also less than two miles from plenty of shopping, dining, and entertainment options as well as several public and private golf courses. Residents will have access to the town’s park system that provides numerous walking trails and parks, including JB Flaherty Park and the 132-acre Wake Forest Reservoir Park.