Oak Hall


Oak Hall consists of 495 homes located in the heart of Holly Springs, NC. Holly Springs was voted as one of the Top 100 Places to Live by Money Magazine and is convenient to Cary, Apex, Fuquay Varina, Raleigh, Durham, and Research Triangle Park (RTP).

Amenities at Oak Hall include a community pool, picnic shelter, playground, and basketball courts.


Living in OAK HALL

Looking to move to Holly Springs , NC? Oak Hall We’ve got everything you want to know about the key factors that could make this the best place for you, including Holly Springs , NC real estate. Let’s start with the basics: Holly Springs , NC is located in Wake County . It has a population of 28,640, and we have a cool graph below that shows the city’s ethnic diversity, as well as other important facts and figures.
What about cost of living in Holly Springs , NC? The median income in Holly Springs , NC is $94,452 and the median home value is $244,100, which should give you a pretty good idea of its affordability. Holly Springs , NC is also the perfect place to break in your new shoes, due to its WalkScore ® of 16.1146.



There’s something wonderful about enjoying a cool beverage on a hot summer night while cheering on your local baseball team. And, in 2015,  Oak Hall Holly Springs residents were able to do that with the opening of the more than $20 million Ting Park.
While the Holly Springs Salamanders collegiate summer baseball team takes to the stadium field on summer nights, the synthetic turf also is used for the town’s recreation football program, by soccer and lacrosse teams, and more. The complex also includes eight regulation-sized and four youth-sized tennis courts, and additional synthetic turf sufficient to contain two high school regulation-sized soccer fields. It’s a beautiful facility that stays active throughout the year.
The Holly Springs Cultural Center is a $5 million complex complete with a performing arts theatre, conference center, outdoor stage and a branch of the Wake County public library system that opened in 2006. To view an upcoming schedule of events, please visit the cultural center’s website.
The Parks and Recreation department provides residents access to a wide range of athletic programs, summer camps, after school and “track-out” programs and maintains the Hunt Community Center, the Bass Lake Park and Retreat Center, and the Holly Springs Cultural Center. The Hunt Community Center underwent a $7 million renovation in 2011. To learn more, visit the parks and recreation website.
For the golfer, Holly Springs is home to two great private courses. Devils Ridge opened in 1991 and is part of the Sunset Ridge community. The second course, 12 Oaks, opened in 2009 as the centerpiece of a master planned community of nearly 700 acres.
Both of these communities, like many others in Holly Springs, also provide access to great swimming pools, tennis courts and walking trails.

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