Tucked directly between Cary and Raleigh with neighborhoods overlapping both cities, the Umstead-SAS-Medfield area is packed with convenience and unique features. The majority of these neighborhoods are biking distance to both SAS and Umstead Park. Umstead Park is a nearly 6000 acre park in the center of the Triangle offering hiking, biking and bridle trails as well as boat rentals, camping and picnic areas. Umstead Park is part of the East Coast Greenway, a 3000 mile system of trails connecting Maine to Florida. The area also boasts walkable shops, restaurants, cafes and breweries. If you need a little luxury, The Umstead Hotel & Spa is convenient as well.
SAS, a major employer in the Triangle, is known for their award winning, employee-friendly workplace and it’s beautiful park-like campus.
The Umstead-SAS-Medfield area includes neighborhoods such as Wessex, Governors Row, Weston subdivisions, The Hamptons at Umstead, Old Stone Crossing, Trenton Pointe, Brandywine, Harrison Place, Inside Wade, Highland Hills, Medfield Estates, Hearthstone Farms, Trinity Grove, Royal Oaks, Carriage Woods, Medfield Estates and many more, offering a broad range of price points, ages and styles of home.
Medfield, the oldest neighborhood in the area, offers well-established charm, with it’s manicured gardens, mature trees and urban-homestead friendly neighborhood covenants.
Uniquely situated to offer an easy to commute from Downtown Raleigh. Durham, Cary and Chapel Hill, many families choose this area if they have conflicting commuting needs in broad areas of the Triangle.