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  2. Wake Forest, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    Website. Wake Forest is a town in Franklin, Granville and Wake counties in the U.S. state of North Carolina; located almost entirely in Wake County, it lies just north of the state capital, Raleigh. At the 2020 census, the population was 47,601. That is up from 30,117 in 2010, [4] up from 12,588 in 2000.

  3. North Carolina Highway 98 - Wikipedia

    North Carolina Highway 98 ( NC 98) is a primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina and a semi-urban traffic artery connecting Durham, Wake Forest, and Bunn as well as many small to medium-sized towns in the north portion of The Triangle region of North Carolina. Running from downtown Durham, the route leaves the city to the east ...

  4. Wake County, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_North_Carolina

    Wake County is located in the U.S. state of North Carolina.In the 2020 census, its population was 1,129,410, making it North Carolina's most-populous county.From July 2005 to July 2006, Wake County was the 9th-fastest growing county in the United States, with the town of Cary and the city of Raleigh being the 8th- and 15th-fastest growing cities, respectively.

  5. Purefoy–Dunn Plantation - Wikipedia–Dunn_Plantation

    Purefoy–Dunn Plantation is a historic plantation and national historic district located near Wake Forest, Wake County, North Carolina. The Greek Revival style plantation house was built about 1814 and remodeled about 1850. It is a two-story, L-shaped, heavy timber frame building. It has a low hipped roof and is sheathed in clapboards.

  6. National Register of Historic Places listings in Wake County ...

    36°01′22″N 78°41′58″W. /  36.022778°N 78.699444°W  / 36.022778; -78.699444  ( James Mangum House) Creedmoor. Creedmoor is in Granville County. The geocode coordinates in the NRIS are in Chatham County. NC-751 southwest of Durham places the site in either Durham or Chatham County. 109. Marshall-Harris-Richardson House.

  7. Research Triangle - Wikipedia

    The "Triangle" name originated in the 1950s with the creation of Research Triangle Park, located between the three anchor cities and home to numerous high tech companies. In 2019, a U.S. Census estimate put the population at 2,079,687, making it the second largest combined statistical area in the state of North Carolina behind Charlotte CSA. [1]

  8. Downtown Wake Forest Historic District - Wikipedia

    Downtown Wake Forest Historic District is a national historic district located at Wake Forest, Wake County, North Carolina. The district encompasses 25 contributing buildings, 1 contributing structure, and 1 contributing object built between about 1890 and 1949 and located in the central business district of the town of Wake Forest.