Following are the major roads serving the North Raleigh area. Each of them has an interchange with the Outer Loop. They are:
- 0.1 Glenwood Ave., US 70 West
- 0.2 Leesville Road
- 0.3 Creedmoor Highway, N.C. 50
- 0.4 Six Forks Road
- 0.5 Falls of the Neuse Road
- 0.6 Capital Boulevard, US 1 North
- 1 There are Three Neighborhood Areas in North Raleigh and Numerous Subdivisions not in Neighborhoods
Glenwood Ave., US 70 West
To the northwest is Glenwood Avenue. Soon after it crosses the Outer Loop, it crosses the Durham County line.
The Northwest Raleigh Neighborhood is served by Glenwood Ave. Brier Creek is included in the North Raleigh portion of this neighborhood.
Creedmoor Highway, N.C. 50
Six Forks Road
Falls of the Neuse Road
This street serves a number of major subdivisions, including Falls River, Bedford at Falls River, River Run, and Wakefield. It intersects with Capital Boulevard/ US 1 N. at Wake Forest
Capital Boulevard, US 1 North
The part of our focal area served by this route is Wake Forest.
There are Three Neighborhood Areas in North Raleigh and Numerous Subdivisions not in Neighborhoods
The neighborhood areas found in North Raleigh, which are served by these major streets are:
1.) North Raleigh
Part of this area is inside the I-540 Outer Loop. The portion outside the Outer Loop includes Bedford at Falls River, which is indexed in North Raleigh, and covered on a separate page.
2.) Wakefield Plantation
3.) Northwest Raleigh
The majority of the Northwest Raleigh neighborhood lies in the Inside-the-Beltline area and is covered there. The Brier Creek part of this neighborhood area lies outside the Outer Loop, and is covered on a separate page.
4.)North Raleigh-Wake Forest Area Not in Neighborhoods
The majority of the homes and subdivisions in the North Raleigh-Wake Forest Area (shown in orange on the “Spatial Map” below) does not lie in neighborhoods. We have selected some of the popular subdivisions there to highlight in this section. However, you can search the entire area using the map below on a desktop computer.
North Raleigh-Wake Forest Area