Bedford at Falls River – RaleighView Listings
Located in the City of Oaks, this Raleigh community offers the “small town” vibe in a large metropolis.
About Bedford at Falls River
This community is located right near Falls Lake, just south of Wakefield. The homes in Bedford at Falls River offer fresh perspectives, ranging from classic brick row homes to charming Craftsman homes with white picket fences, alleyways that provide lots of space for play and sidewalks that interconnect the numerous neighborhood green spaces. This beautiful scenery is complemented with eight vast miles of green-ways, picnic areas, playgrounds and pools!
Bedford at Falls River has been named the North Carolina Home Builder’s Association “Community of the Year” on three separate occasions! It is filled with young professionals and retirees, reflecting a diverse welcoming culture. Most of the of the property prices range from around $200K to well over $1 million. Enjoy a neighborhood farmer’s market or go for a stroll to the neighborhood clock tower. The true measure of its success is the number of residents who move yet remain within the neighborhood; it’s simply a warm and inviting place to call home.
This community is less than a 30 minute drive from the vibrant downtown Raleigh scene and is conveniently located near I-540 for a quick commute to Research Triangle Park (RTP) or Raleigh Durham International Airport (RDU). Bedford is ideally situated near the new WakeMed North hospital on Falls of Neuse Road and just a short distance from the many medical offices located in Wakefield. Private schools and large athletic parks, like the CASL Soccer Complex, draw many residents to this area, as does the variety of shopping and dining choices.
The Shoppes at Bedford offers residents a truly unique and convenient place with small, quaint shops offering dining, a cafe, fitness center, daycare and cleaners. If you’re looking for outdoor activities, many find their answer at Falls Lake where boating and fishing are just some of the recreational activities you’ll find. There’s also several local preserves, like Durant Nature Park, which is just a quick bike ride away. These amenities have helped this community retain high market demand over the years.