One of the more recent neighborhoods in all of Raleigh is Ashworth. Built in the year 2003, it is home to 97 families living in modern and thoughtfully designed homes. The location of Ashworth too deserves a special mention. While Ashworth is like many other neighborhoods close to RDU airport, Triangle Park and newly constructed I-40, it’s location is such that you are not disturbed by planes flying over your head all day long. Now whether it is a chance or deliberately selected by the developers, it is a boon for all those who want to live in a modern but peaceful neighborhood.
Another thing to be noticed about Ashworth is the low turnover rate which is inversely proportional to the satisfaction level of the people in the neighborhood.
There are 97 homesites in Ashworth and the acreage of the houses varies between 0.2 and 0.3. There are lots of open and wooded spaces too along with Cul-de Sacs.
The tax that you will have to pay to buy a house in Ashworth is about 1.07% of the assessed value of the house. The houses in Ashworth are gas heated with Propane and natural gas There are water and sewer connections from the city. Cable connection is supplied by Time Warner.
The residents of Ashworth have formed a HOA and laid down covenants to be followed by all the residents in order to protect their own interests. The annual maintenance charge collected by the association is $300. The maintenance fee is used for the maintenance of the common areas, parks and clubhouse.
There are several schools just a few minute drive from Ashworth like Brier Creek Elementary, Carroll Middle and Leesville Road High School.
To reach Ashworth you’ll have to take I-440 W on HWY70 and then move towards Glenwood Avenue. Now take a right on Ebenezer Rd and then a right turn on Eden Park Drive. That’s it, you’ve reached Ashworth, one of the finest places to live in all of Raleigh.
HOA: Charleston Management 919-847-3003
Rentals: Bev Roberts 919-306-5665
Sales: Michael McLaughlin 919-741-1441