Raleigh Neighborhoods

Raleigh, North Carolina is a major work center (downtown). Lots of state governemtn Jobs here. I-40 Loops aound the city and is called the beltline. Home prices inside this beltline can cary a lager premium, depending on the partiular neighborhood. Raleigh, has a strong, growing economy, ranked in the top two places for business and carees by Forbes for two years in a row. In the chart below, the neighborhood names are linked to a full page description of each neighborhood.

 

Raleigh Houses

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
Barrington Village 190-200 New
College Park 40-175 1925-2008
Beckana 300-450 1957-1970
Brentwood 110-190 1967-1980
Boylan Heights 375-550 1907-1950
Cameron Village 280-650 1940-2008
Chastain 115-215 2001-2007
Edgewater 100-240 2006-2011
Five Points 240-830 1925-2008
Historic Oakwood 300-780 1895-1955
Laurel Hills 200-1,200 1957-2007
Mordecai 225-550 1895-1950
Rand Meadows 210-370 2001-2008
Renaissance Park 145-460 2007-2008
Southall 113-230 1986-2004
The-Preserve 350-525 New
Turner Downs 270- 439 2002-2008
Whitehart 300-430 1998-2001

Raleigh Luxury Houses

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
Banks Pointe 400-990 2005-2008
Hayes Barton 340-3,700 1920-1960
Enchanted Oaks 350-1,500 1987-2006
Coley Forest 650-2,900 1972-2008

Raleigh Townhomes

Neighborhood Name Price (in thousands) Year Built
712 Tucker 155-300 New
Byrarton Village 185-220 2005-2008
Glenwood South 223-720 2006-2008
Meadow Wood Park 180-250 2006-2007
Swift Creek 173-250 2007-2008

 

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