Chapel Ridge offers a variety of energy-efficient, one- and two-story homes that are designed to be open and built to high environmental standards. There are six floor plans, with numerous design touches for beauty and practicality. They include granite countertops, hardwood floors, designer cabinets, large storage capacity and full-length mirrors. Also, every buyer receives one of Lennar’s most popular packages: Lennar’s Everything's Included®. Lennar’s Everything's Included® is an exclusive offering from the builder, containing thousands of dollars in extras simply included with each home, offering great value and the latest in luxury, technology and efficiency. Among the items throughout the home: LED ceiling lighting in kitchen, hallways and owner’s bath; upgraded satin nickel light fixture package; dual-vanities and framed mirrors above the sinks; and full bathrooms and laundry room that include ceramic tile floors. Community Highlights : The community’s many amenities are led by a Fred Couples Signature golf course. Also, Chapel Ridge offers a clubhouse with dining and a golf shop, swimming center with waterslide, tennis court, fitness center, ball fields : soccer, baketball, volleyball; greenbelt, sport courts, playground and nature trails, barbecue and picnic area. In addition, the lawns are fully maintained, and there is a homeowner’s association to assist residents.
Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina and the second largest city in North Carolina, is at the core of one of the fastest-growing regions in the United States. Raleigh is known as the City of Oaks for its many oak trees in the picturesque Piedmont area. Aside from natural beauty, including numerous parks, the city is recognized as one of the smartest locales in the U.S., with education and innovation woven into the fabric of the region. Three of the leading research universities in the U.S. are located within a short drive of Raleigh. North Carolina State University is located in Raleigh, while Duke University is in Durham and the University of North Carolina is in Chapel Hill. Recreation and culture add to that fabric, making Raleigh truly a place to live and play. Thanks to a mild climate, Raleigh enjoys a distinct outdoor-oriented lifestyle. There are four definite seasons, with winter arriving late and leaving early. Raleigh offers more than 40 free cultural attractions, including visual arts centers and museums. Raleigh has been a trend-setting destination for retail shopping since the opening of the Cameron Village in 1949 – North Carolina’s first shopping center, the first to be built between Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. The area is served by three major shopping malls and numerous retail districts. Raleigh is home to Research Triangle Park, one of largest and most successful research parks in the U.S. The park is a major center for high technology and biotech research.