Winston-Salem Real Estate
From charming cobblestone streets at our historic sites and museums to our avant garde art galleries and eclectic shops, Winston-Salem holds allure for many. Whether its arts and history, our array of outdoor adventures or touring our more than 40 wineries in the neighboring Yadkin Valley, here’s just a sampling of places to explore and enjoy and adventures that await you.
Today, Winston-Salem is the fifth largest city in North Carolina. And it is home to six colleges and universities including Salem College, the longest, continuously running women’s college in the U.S. as well as the prestigious Wake Forest University and Winston-Salem State University.
Winston-Salem has grown to be an area known for its diversity of business and community. With a strong and unwavering commitment to the arts, excellence in healthcare research and technology, and opportunities for specialized and advanced education. Winston-Salem truly is the City of Arts and Innovation.
Winston-Salem is conveniently located in the center of the state, also known as the Piedmont Triad of North Carolina, between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
- Greensboro: 32 miles east
- Charlotte: 84 miles southwest
- Raleigh: 110 miles east
- Asheville: 145 miles southwest
- Wilmington: 237 miles southeast
- Major Highways: Interstate 40, Business Interstate 40, Interstate 77, Interstate 85 and U.S. Highway 52 (the new I-74/73 corridor)
- Piedmont Triad International Airport (GSO), located 20 miles from downtown Winston-Salem
- Smith Reynolds Airport, located 3 miles from downtown Winston-Salem
- Rail: Amtrak (GRO), located 25 miles from downtown Winston-Salem
- Bus: Greyhound-Trailways Bus Terminal, located in downtown Winston-Salem
- Forsyth Medical Center
- Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, including North Carolina Baptist Hospital and Brenner Children’s Hospital & Health Services
- Wake Forest University Bowman Gray School of Medicine
- Wake Forest Innovation Quarter