Will-O-Dean Acres is an older subdivision in Raleigh, North Carolina, originally developed in the late 1950’s.
With just two entry roads along Spring Forest Road, Will-O-Dean acres is well insulated from the traffic flow in the area. That is fitting, since a visit to Will-O-Dean Acres is a step out of the fast lane and into a time when large lots, big trees and quiet streets were the rule.
Homes in Will-O-Dean Acres are classic 1960’s brick ranches, with some traditional colonials and low country homes mixed in. The lots tend to be a minimum of 2/3 acre with many over a full acre.
Will-O-Dean Acres homes share a Raleigh address, but the neighborhood was never annexxed into Raleigh. Therefore, being in unincorporated Wake County, Will-O-Dean Acres homeowners pay no city taxes, but only Wake County Taxes. See Wake County Tax Rates here.
Click here to view currently available homes in Will-O-Dean Acres.
Will-O-Dean Acres has no Homeowners’ Association or HOA dues. Optionally, there are two private lakes available to residents who pay an annual fee of only $100.
Schools are managed at the county level, including school assignments. Click here to view Wake County School assignments by student address.
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Any more 3-bed/4-bed homes still for sale in Will O Dean Acres?
Yes, there are a few, and they come up in the Search link in the middle of the page, between photos.