minutes from Durham’S vibrant downtown center
Wetrock Farm is a short 15-minute drive from one of the Triangle’s most vibrant downtown centers. Durham is consistently recognized as one of the cultural stars of the Southeast, offering a unique blend of food, entertainment, and nightlife, and Downtown Durham continues to attract residents from all around the Triangle.
DURHAM IS HOME TO...
Durham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) is among the top five venues in the U.S., for both attendance and accolades. Every year, DPAC regularly brings in must-see Broadway shows like Hamilton and high-profile acts like Bob Dylan and Jerry Seinfeld.
Founded in 1838, Duke University is consistently ranked among the top universities in the world. It draws students and talent for both its rigorous academics and its famed NCAA-winning men's basketball team. Some of Duke's top undergraduate and graduate programs include the Fuqua School of Business, School of Law, School of Medicine, and the Sanford School of Public Policy.
Year after year, Durham finds itself in the culinary spotlight:
“culinary destination” – The Washington Post (2017)
“the foodie capital of the South” – New York Post (2016)
"the South's tastiest town" – Southern Living magazine (2013)
“an exciting, unexpected food hub”—The New York Times (2011)
“America’s Foodiest Small Town,”— Bon Appetit magazine (2008)
Iconified in the 1988 film Bull Durham, this championship-winning minor league baseball team draws crowds throughout the summer. Couples, groups, and families arrive for a fun night out and often stay past the ninth inning for a brilliant fireworks show.
Ranked among the top medical facilities in the country for its patient care, Duke University Medical Center draws top doctors and researchers from around the world.
ENJOY THE GREATER TRIANGLE METRO AREA
The Triangle is continually ranked as one of the best places to live in the country
• 3 vibrant cities of Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Durham as well as the other nearby towns of Hillsborough, Apex, Cary, and Wake Forest
• One of the most educated populations in the country
• Top Ranked Universities that include Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University in Raleigh
•100s of four- and five-star restaurants with nationally-recognized chefs
As the state capital, Raleigh offers a rich urban center with many attractions, including the NC Museum of Art, the NC Museum of Natural Sciences, and the Music Park at Walnut Creek. In addition, the downtown area draws many visitors for its arts and culture, trendy bar and nightlife scene, and award-winning restaurants.
This college town revolves around the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH). Known as one of the most highly-ranked public universities in the U.S. and for the school's nationally-known men's basketball team, UNC-CH is also one of the largest employers in the State. In addition to the Morehead Planetarium and the NC Botanical Garden, Chapel Hill offers an energetic experience filled with shops, bars, and reputable restaurants. Nearby, adjacent small-town Carrboro offers a more mature, yet eclectic residential experience to complement the youth of Chapel Hill.
Just a short drive from Wetrock Farm sits the charming small town of Hillsborough. While many Triangle residents frequent it for the historic architecture and picturesque backdrop of the Eno River, Hillsborough's arts and culture scene, popular bars, and recognized restaurants draw visitors to its cozy downtown area.