Wake Forest Real Estate
If you love a walkable, thriving downtown, you’ll enjoy heart of Wake Forest, which is always bustling with shopping, art, entertainment, local vendors, and dining (including its own brewery), plus a popular year-round farmer’s market. Not far from downtown, you’ll also find The Factory, a family-friendly, multi-use mall, featuring shopping and dining in addition to sports facilities such as ice rinks, soccer fields, dance studios, a skateboard park, and more--planned to keep families from running from activity to activity, and instead offering a spot in which to do it all.
Founded in the early 1800s, modern-day residents of Wake Forest can now tour the educational Wake Forest Historical Museum, as well as admire multiple listings on the National Register of Historic Places, some of which feature historic homes. And if you decide you need a break from town life, the 30,000-acre Falls Lake Recreation Area awaits with all the excitement and tranquility of the great outdoors. Or, explore E. Carroll Joyner Park, a historic park featuring restored farm buildings, a pecan grove, gardens, and three miles of paved walking trails.
Whether you’re looking for entertainment, activities, or history, Wake Forest has something for everyone. To see more details on homes in Wake Forest, and to view a list of all neighborhoods with available homes, consult the information below.
Wake Forest Listings Summary
Wake Forest - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Wake Forest: $720,700 / County Avg $704,600
Avg Taxes in Wake Forest: $7,700 / County Avg $10,300
Avg Sq. Ft. in Wake Forest: 2,916 / County Avg 2,542
Avg Price per/sqft in Wake Forest:$247 / County Avg $277
Avg Walkscore in Wake Forest: 18 / County Avg 26
Avg Year Built in Wake Forest: 2015 / County Avg 2008
Avg Days on Website in Wake Forest: 93 / County Avg 88