About Drayton Reserve, Wake Forest, NC
About Drayton Reserve
Drayton Reserve is situated on the border of Wake Forest and Raleigh. There is plenty of nearby shopping, dining and local entertainment spots. Drayton Reserve’s neighborhood design complements central North Carolina’s heavily wooded rolling hills. Nearby I-540 provides convenient access to Raleigh, Durham, RDU International Airport and Research Triangle Park. The area’s recreational destinations include the beautiful Great Smoky Mountains plus many state and national parks. Some of the best beaches on the east coast are just two hours away. Children attend excellent Wake County Public Schools. Residents also take advantage of the excellent nearby higher education including Duke University, the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University. Community amenities include a swimming pool, clubhouse and tot lot.
Homes in Drayton Reserve
This is a gorgeous community of new single-family homes just waiting to be discovered. The primary builder in this community is CalAtlantic Homes. They offer several different floor plans. Residents enjoy large home sites of at least one-third acre. You will also find resale homes. Scroll down to explore all homes currently for sale in this neighborhood. Homes shown can change frequently so bookmark this page if coming back.
Home prices in Drayton Reserve start in the low 300’s with 3-4 bedroom homes ranging from 2464 – 3539 Sq. Ft.
For more information on this community or to view any of the homes for sale, contact area expert and real estate professional Ernie Behrle with BuySmart Realty via text or phone at 919-795-5447.
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