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The Piedmont Triad is a north-central region in North Carolina consisting of Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Asheboro, Burlington and Oak Ridge. This large area spans approximately 5,954 square miles, encompassing these major cities and surrounding areas.

 

Real Estate

Due to its expansive size, the Piedmont Triad hosts a diverse range of homes. In the Triad, you will discover enormous two-story mansions on expansive well-manicured lots in a quiet neighborhood. You will also find historic single-story homes in Victorian, traditional and other charming styles. Price points and real estate trends of this region vary from city to city.

 

Lifestyle and Attractions

The Piedmont Triad hosts the cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point, each of which are rich in history and culture. The network of highways crossing through the Triad makes commuting in and out of cities or small surrounding towns extremely convenient. As of 2012, the Piedmont Triad had an estimated population of 1,611,243, making it the 33rd largest CSA metropolitan area in the country. The Triad hosts a number of institutions for higher learning, cultural centers, large corporations, and small businesses. Residents of this area enjoy the wide variety of options right in their backyard or within neighboring cities. Annual sporting events in the Triad include the Wyndham Championship, a golf tournament on the PGA tour, and the Winston-Salem Open, a professional tennis tournament.

 

The major art and historical museums of the Piedmont Triad contribute to the area’s rich culture, including the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Blandwood Mansion and Gardens, SciWorks, the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, and much more. The North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro is the world’s largest open-air natural habitat zoo. Winston-Salem, Greensboro and High Point provide many options for shopping, dining, golfing and entertainment. The nearby Yadkin Valley was known for its role in the tobacco industry and is now a popular destination for its abundance of wineries. The Piedmont Triad International Airport is located in the Triad as well, making travel convenient for residents. The Triad’s central location in North Carolina means you can embark on a weekend getaway to either the beach or the mountains with a mere three-hour drive.

 

Nearby Schools and Higher Education

The Piedmont Triad is served by the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and Guilford County Schools, which include more than 80 and 122 schools, respectively. The Triad region is home to a number of private schools and more than 20 institutions of higher learning. Colleges and universities in the Piedmont Triad include Elon University, Greensboro College, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem State University, and many more.

 

History

 

The Piedmont Triad region is widely known for its legacy rooted in the Civil Rights Movement, led by student and community leadership throughout the 1950s and 1960s. Six students integrated Greensboro Schools in 1957 and four students initiated the sit-in movement in 1960. The members within this region have a strong legacy of embracing and defending equality, which has continued into the present day. Learn more about the rich history of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point.

 

Approximate Distance to:

 

Piedmont Triad International Airport:  14 Miles

 

Hospitals:

  • Wesley Long Hospital: 19 Miles

  • Novant Health Forsyth Medical Center: 16 Miles

  • Brenner Children’s Hospital: 16.5 Miles

 

Major Highways:

The Piedmont Triad is within close proximity to several major highways, including I-40, I-73, I-75 and I-85.

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