What You'll Love About Northeast Raleigh
Northeast Raleigh offers anything residents need, from shopping centers to parks to golf courses. Capital Boulevard, New Bern Avenue, and I-540 are close by for quick highway access.
Though Northeast Raleigh looks and feels like a quiet suburban community, it's only minutes from Downtown Raleigh, the RDU International Airport, and popular attractions in the Triangle.
Northeast Raleigh enjoys a mild four-season climate. The weather here is rarely extreme, with temperatures reaching an average of 38˚F in wintertime and 89˚F in the summertime.
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Come Explore Life in Northeast Raleigh
With an ideal location between Capital Boulevard and the Highway 64 Bypass (New Bern Avenue), Northeast Raleigh is close to the energy of Downtown Raleigh and the tranquility of rural Wake County. Residents don't have far to go to find local boutiques, excellent restaurants, spacious parks, or miles of trails. In fact, Northeast Raleigh is home to several of the Triangle's top attractions.
We can't talk about Northeast Raleigh without mentioning its communities. For those who can't get enough of the country club lifestyle, Hedingham Golf & Athletic Club offers everything from townhomes to custom estates. For those who love resort-style living, the master-planned Edgewater community boasts a large swimming pool complex and quick access to the Neuse River Trail.
Overall, Northeast Raleigh homes are ideal for any budget. Want to know more about Northeast Raleigh? Here's just a taste of what this area has to offer. Call us at 919-274-9111 if you have any questions.
Spotlights of Northeast Raleigh
If you spend any time in Northeast Raleigh, you'll understand why Raleigh is called the "City of Oaks." Mature oak trees, pine trees, and other evergreens line practically every street and fill every park. Speaking of parks, Northeast Raleigh has plenty, starting with the popular Buffaloe Road Park and Anderson Point Park. Don't forget to hike or bike along the 27-mile Neuse River Trail!
Historic Oak View County Park is a local landmark in Northeast Raleigh. Packed within the 27-acre park are farm buildings that date back to the late 1800s and early 1900s, a Greek Revival homestead from the 1850s, the largest pecan grove in Wake County, and trails and walkways throughout the grounds. Be sure to stop by the park for Heritage Days in October, too.
Shopping & Dining
Between shopping plazas anchored by grocery stores and bustling regional shopping destinations, Northeast Raleigh residents have plenty of places to shop and dine. You'll find all of the restaurants and retailers you need at the Shoppes at Midway Plantation, Capital Crossing, Triangle Town Center, and more.
Getting around town is fairly easy from Northeast Raleigh. GoRaleigh buses shuttle residents between Northeast Raleigh and Downtown Raleigh, while nearby highways offer quick access to top employers in Research Triangle Park and surrounding communities.
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Travel & Commute
Downtown Raleigh: 20 min
Research Triangle Park: 25 min
Airport: RDU International Airport
Major Highways: I-540, Capital Blvd., New Bern Ave.
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