Rosewall Townehomes Association, Inc. is the homeowner association representing the owners of the twenty-three homes located on Rosewall Lane in Cary, North Carolina. Cary is a sister community within the Raleigh-Durham-Research Triangle area.
Rosewall homes are divided into five building units containing three homes each and two building units containing four homes each. All end units have garages or converted garages.
The brick and siding structures are beautifully landscaped and border Rosewall Lane, a private street approximately two hundred yards long. Rosewall was developed in two phases. The initial phase of sixteen units was completed in about 1988 (homes 100, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 109, 111, 113, 115, 117, 119, 121, 123, and 125) while the second phase of seven units was completed around 1996 (homes 120, 122, 124, 129, 131, 133, and 135).
The Association is responsible for all exterior maintenance and repair for each home, and for all grounds maintenance. Each homeowner maintains their individual rear garden area. Unlike many townhome communities, Rosewall offers private and beautiful decks and porches bordered by natural areas.
Rosewall Lane is located within the Wimbledon subdivision, a tennis-oriented community of three hundred homes. Wimbledon is one of the first Planned Urban Developments (“PUDs”) in North Carolina and was developed beginning in the mid-1980s.
Wimbledon has a beautiful clubhouse, pool, playground, exercise facilities, six clay tennis courts, a series of fitness and nature trails, two scenic lakes and a park. Rosewall homeowners are members of both the Rosewall Townehomes Association and the Wimbledon Homeowners Association.
Most agree that Rosewall Lane is one of the most conveniently located communities with the Raleigh-Durham area. Downtown Raleigh, the Research Triangle Park and the NC State University campus are all approximately a fifteen minute drive.
Crossroads Plaza’s shopping complex, one of the largest shopping areas in North Carolina (containing hundreds of stores and restaurants including Best Buy, Target, Home Depot, Lowe’s Improvement, REI, Office Depot, Office Max, Toys R Us, Bed Bath & Beyond, A.C. Moore, Marshalls, Dick's Sporting Goods, Stein Mart, REI, Michaels, Old Navy and Linens N Things, and the Crossroads Cinema complex), is approximately 3 miles away. Crabtree Valley Mall is approximately a ten minute drive.
Kildaire Farm Road and Cary Parkway, the two main roads in Cary, border the Wimbledon-Rosewall community and provide easy, quick access to most any regional destination. Rosewall Lane is approximately one mile from WakeMed Hospital and the Cary fire department.