built in the early -1980s in the Williamsburg, Virginia style, is
comprised of 121 individual town homes nestled in a quiet,
Each town home has two, three, or four
bedrooms, and the vast
majority have fireplaces. Most have at least two and a half
baths, but some have as many as three full baths.
Additionally, most have walk-in attics. Heat and hot water are
provided by natural gas, while Air Conditioning is electric.
All normal utilities are available and the area is wired for
high speed Internet connections.
The Community maintains safety area
lighting, attractive landscaping, and a very nice swimming
pool for the enjoyment of residents and their guests.
Located near the intersection of Hwy 70 (Glenwood Ave) and Duraleigh Rd,
Hamstead Crossing is only minutes from
- Interstate 40
- Research Triangle Park (via I-540 & I-40)
- North Raleigh
- Downtown Raleigh
- North Carolina State University
- Carter-Finnley Stadium
- The NC State Fairgrounds
- The North
Carolina Museum of Art
- Rex Hospital
- Crabtree Valley Mall
- The PNC Arena
The Hamstead Crossing Community is
self-governed, which means that an active, volunteer, four or
five-member Board of Directors performs all of the functions
that a property management company does at a much lower cost.
This is why our monthly homeowner's association dues are some
of the lowest in the area!
|Hamstead Crossing Happenings
|Annual Meeting Agenda 20 Sep 2014
|Annual Meeting Minutes 21 Sep 2013
**2014 Election of Board Members
(Annual Meeting Extension)**
Voting for Board of Directors positions has been scheduled for 10:00 A.M., October 25, 2014 at St. Giles Presbyterian Church, 5101 Oak Park Rd., Raleigh.
Please submit nominations for Board positions to Bill Love by October 20, 2014. Two (2) Board positions will be filled. If you are interested in serving on the Board, please submit your own name as a nominee! Nominations from the floor will also be accepted.