Welcome to the Stonehenge Living website

Stonehenge is a family-oriented subdivision in north Raleigh with approximately 1400 single-family homes. The neighborhood has been listed as one of the top residential neighborhoods in several magazines. The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Lake Lynn and its watershed to the west, Strickland Road to the north, Crosswinds neighborhood to the East and Sawmill Road to the south. Some sections of the neighborhood are within Raleigh city limits and a section is in an unincorporated area of Wake county. Seven Oaks, a large private swim and tennis club is located within the subdivision's boundaries. Membership to the pool is optional. There is a non-profit, volunteer Homeowners Association (HOA) that promotes the social environment of the neighborhood sponsoring events such as neighborhood parties for adults and children, seminars on topics of interest to residents, and an annual yard sale and shredding event. The HOA also facilitates sharing of information through quarterly newsletters, a website and social media groups. In addition, the HOA maintains neighborhood signs and encourages special interest groups such as a book club, bridge club, dinner club and women's network group. Membership in the HOA is voluntary.

Special Notice:

The HOA board has decided to defer the annual meeting until a future date when an in-person meeting can be held. The Zoom meeting in November failed to obtain enough attendees to constitute a quorum so no business could be conducted. Board members cannot vote or be counted in determining the existence of a quorum at an annual meeting. In consideration of the current conditions restricting in-person meetings and the challenges to getting sufficient participation in a virtual meeting, the three directors running for re-election will continue serving on the board until the annual meeting is held. The fourth seat held by retiring president Jason Smith will become vacant. The bylaws require that the HOA have at least five directors. Even with an unfilled seat, the board has ten directors.