Advance is an intimate, unincorporated community in the Triad, located south of Bermuda Run and Clemmons.

This area is quickly growing from a rural area to an expanding suburban community with plenty of housing developments for new families to call home. With a low cost of living and close proximity to I-40, Advance is the perfect place for anyone who wants to buy a home near their workplace in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, or High Point. If you’re looking for quieter, country-style living free from the noise and rush of the city, you might be interested in moving to Advance, NC. When you’re ready for a little more action and excitement, Greensboro and Winston-Salem are just a short drive away.

The Edge of Wine Country in North Carolina

Living in Advance means being right on the edge of wine country in North Carolina.


You’ll be minutes away from a variety of local wineries such as Raylen Vineyards, Garden Gate Vineyards, and Lazy Elm (just to name a few!) where you can drop by for tastings and tours that make the perfect weekend activity. Other local favorites include air tours in a passenger plane, nature trails, and horseback riding.

Enjoy Everything Winston-Salem has to Offer

Head over to Winston-Salem to check out their downtown arts district to enjoy local galleries, live music, and great food options, or catch a baseball game at the BB&T Ballpark.


If you’re ready to do some shopping, check out Hanes Mall and its surrounding shopping centers where you’ll find a little bit of everything. Living in Advance means you’ll be able to take full advantage of everything Winston-Salem has to offer without having to deal with the daily hustle of the city!

Largest City in the Triad

Less than an hour’s drive from Advance will take you to Greensboro, the largest city in the Piedmont Triad area.


Greensboro has plenty to do and see. Local concerts and festivals can be found almost any time of year, and you shouldn’t miss out on the numerous parks and museums available.


Be sure to check out the Greensboro Science Center, The Bog Garden, and the annual Food Truck Festival in the summer. If you love the outdoors, check out the hiking trails around Lake Brandt.