Brighton Forest Neighborhood in Fuquay Varina

Brighton Forest Neighborhood in Fuquay Varina

The Brighton Forest neighborhood is a beautiful neighborhood conveniently located a couple of miles off Ten-Ten Road on Johnson Pond Road in Fuquay Varina. Homes for sale in Brighton Forest range in price from the high $200’s to the low $400’s.

There are a mixture of styles to choose from, craftsman, transitional and cottage style homes ranging in size from a five bedroom home with 3500 square feet to a three bed, two and a half bath 2300 square feet home.

Recent home sales for the last quarter of 2012 show a price per square foot range of between $110 and $125. These custom built homes come with plenty of upgrades included, gourmet kitchens, walk in pantries, lots of hardwood floors and granite countertops.

Homes available were built from 2007 up to new construction homes today. There are two builders currently building new homes in Brighton Forest, Robuck Homes and Future Homes, both local custom builders with a long tradition of building in the area.

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The neighborhood amenities include a wonderful pool with swim lanes, beach entry and a two story slide. There are many wooded lots and some home sites back up to a 100 foot wooden buffer. Within the town limits of Fuquay Varina, Brighton Forest uses city services.

Brighton Forest is in a great location for outdoor activities, shopping and work, Lake Wheeler, Lake Benson and Bass Lake Park in Holly Springs are all close by. Crooked Creek Golf Course is right next door, the town of Fuquay Varina has wonderful shops and restaurants along its main street.

Restaurants like Daniel’s on Main, Aviator Smokehouse and Aviator Brewing Company Tap House, Bellini Fine Italian Cuisine are all getting reviews that make them worth a visit. Brighton Forest residents can hop on Hwy 401 to get to Raleigh or head over to Holly Springs where the new Triangle Expressway has just been completed and connects the area with Research Triangle Park and the airport.

Fuquay Varina is also home to folks who commute to Fayetteville and work at Fort Bragg. Schools are administered by the Wake County School System and should be contacted to find school assignments.

If you are looking for a home in the greater Raleigh Cary Area – you might want to look at Fuquay!  It’s a great area, and the Brighton Forest Neighborhood is one of the best neighborhoods in Fuquay!  Call Raleigh Cary Realty to view of these great homes today!

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George Wilson is owner and Broker in Charge of Raleigh Cary Realty, an independent Real Estate firm headquartered in Cary , North Carolina. "In 2008, I was working for a big national Real Estate company. A client of mine who I'd just helped purchase a home two months before got laid off from his job and wanted to quickly list her home. When I charged the client less to help her out, the firm was very upset with my decision. I opened Raleigh Cary Realty shortly thereafter, with a vision that we'd always have the flexibility to do the right thing for our clients, no matter what." -George Wilson


  1. Tom Doherty says:

    Beware of what the developer, Fonville Morrissey, and Robuck Homes pitch this development as. We moved into Brighton Forest 2 years ago under the premise that we would have “canopied trees and spacious wooded backyards.” Now that they are developing deeper into the neighborhood, and directly behind our house the trees are disappearing and the houses are getting closer together. We were told that there would be a wooded buffer between the rear of our lot and the adjacent lots. Well, now that the lots have been developed there is absolutely no buffer and we have three different fences surrounding our property, with the potential for a fourth fence (all different styles).

    This is not the neighborhood we were sold on so I warn anyone considering this neighborhood to think twice about what you are being promised. If anyone would like more details feel free to email me. I do not want anyone to experience what we are going through.

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