Homes for Sale in Wendell, North Carolina
ABOUT WENDELL, NC
Wendell NC is located just to the east of Knightdale and is 25 minutes from downtown Raleigh. If you enjoy an active community with lots of planned events on weekends, this is where you want to live. This town certainly loves to close parts of its’ downtown area off to celebrate just about anything from harvest seasons to ethnic foods. Stroll the downtown main street that was placed on the National Register of Historic Places for its commercial architecture. During the warm months, enjoy the Farmer’s Market featuring local farmers and backyard gardeners. Spend a nice afternoon at Wendell Park on the Hugh T. Moody walking trail, tennis courts and park. The trail is an excellent location for bird watching, spotting a wide variety of animals in their natural habitats and seeing beautiful blooms in the springtime. In the spring, you’ll enjoy the Downtown Merchant Sidewalk Sale for a great shop and finds.
Wendell Real Estate
Being of a more rural area, lot sizes are typically a little larger. There is a wide variety of housing options with a good selection of new construction. Home prices in this area for the most past start in the $120’s and go up to close to a million, with the higher priced homes usually of higher acreage and horse friendly. One of newest planned communities is Wendell Farms with homes starting in the $200’s. The Median Listing price for this area is $239K . Most areas of Wendell qualify for USDA 100% financing. Scroll down to view all properties in this area.
For more information on Wendell or homes for sale here, contact area expert and real estate professional, Ernie Behrle with BuySmart Realty via text or phone at 919-795-5447.
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