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The Triangle's most walkable neighborhoods.

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Downtown Raleigh

Downtown Raleigh is home to the North Carolina State Capitol as well as award-winning restaurants,  museums, stylish bars, and several startup incubators and co-working spaces.

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East Downtown

A mix of single family homes and townhomes, you can live within a mile of Downtown Raleigh with easy access to a host of activiites, the greenway, and Chavis Park.

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Oakwood

If you like front porches and tree-lined streets, you'll love Oakwood. Victorian homes, bungalows and other great architecture dating back as far as the 1800's. If you want to live close to downtown but can't imagine a home without a yard, consider Oakwood.

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Mordecai/Oakdale

Bungalows and cottages can be found here, some renovated, some not. A lovely little dense neighborhood walking distance to Seaboard Station and the Brookside market.

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Cameron Village

Full of mid century architecture, Cameron Village is where you'll find a nice ranch. It was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places.

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Village at Pilot Mill

Home community behind Seaboard Station. Two car garages and plenty of space for those who want to walk to shops but need more square footage in their home.

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Glenwood/Brooklyn

Just north of Glenwood South, these homes provide the convenience of being within walking distance to places with the charm and space of a home instead of a condo.

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Fletcher Park Area

Featuring five separate condo communities, the Fletcher Park area provides a green residential feel while being only minutes to urban amenities.

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Hayes Barton

A historic neighborhood of luxurious custom homes on estate lots. You can find everything from modest, older homes on an acre to new construction with ample square footage and quality craftsmanship.

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North Hills

Located adjacent to a large shopping center of the same name, North Hills features homes built in the 60's and 70's on larger lots, as well as newer construction homes.

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Five Points

Located only 2 miles from Downtown Raleigh, Five Points is named for its five point intersection where 5 roads all come together. At this intersection you'll find the Rialto theater, shops, restaurants, and the post office.

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University Park

Anchored by the Raleigh Little Theater and Rose Garden and adjacent to NCSU, University Park is walking distance to Cameron Village.

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Boylan Heights

Boylan Heights is west of downtown Raleigh with easy access to the Warehouse District. Established in 1907, the neighborhood features gorgeous old trees that contribute a wealth of needed shade in warm months.

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High Park Area

In this neighborhood, new townhomes have been built in the last decade and the surrounding homes are being updated or newly built. This neighborhood is conveniently located about halfway between North Hills and Downtown Raleigh.

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Oaks at Fallon Park

Those looking for an executive home without the large yard to maintain will love the Oaks at Fallon Park. Custom built homes with courtyard lots are nestled among the bungalows of Five Points and the large lots of Anderson Forest.

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Cameron Park

Listed on the National Register of Historic Neighborhoods, Cameron Park is a prestigious address. Find a fixer upper or that million dollar dream home, because this neighborhood has it all and is a 5 minute walk to Glenwood South and Cameron Village.

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Woodcrest/Belvedere Park

On the northwest side of downtown, these neighborhoods provide easy access to downtown but also have their own destination in the up-and-coming Gateway Plaza.

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Dorothea Gardens

Adjacent to Boylan Heights, this community's tall, narrow homes combine space and views with the convenience of newer construction.

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Ridgewood

Convenient to the 440 Beltline access, the Ridgewood area features mid-century ranches as well as grand new construction homes. Close to the greenway and NC Art Museum trails.

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Caraleigh

South of Raleigh close to the State Farmer's Market, Caraleigh features a renovated Mill as well as some new construction homes along Maywood Ave. While more bike-able than walkable, this industrial area is sure to boom in the future.

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South Park

South and east of downtown lies an historic neighborhood called South Park. Starting in 2014, the amount of homes available in this area has surged. A new mixed-use community is set to anchor this area in the future.

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Longview Gardens

Only about 2 miles from downtown, Longview Gardens offers space for those who want proximity, but desire a larger lot and square footage. Also, Longview has some of the more affordable homes that close to the core.

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Meredith Woods

Located just outside the 440 beltline adjacent to Rex Hospital, Meredith Woods is a hidden gem yet to be discovered. With homes built in the 60s and 70s on large lots, the potential is tremendous.

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Inside the Beltline Detached Homes

This is a wider search for all detached homes located Inside the Beltline (ITB). The ITB term refers to the area within the 440 highway that surrounds the city of Raleigh.

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Inside the Beltline Condos Townhomes

This search is for properties within 3-4 miles to the urban core of Raleigh and has already been filtered for condos/townhomes. The phrase "inside the beltline" refers to the 440 loop around the city.