What You'll Love About Raleigh, NC
Raleigh is known for its high-tech innovations, world-class education, and must-visit cultural and culinary destinations, just to name a few. North Carolina's capital city has it all!
Don't be fooled by Raleigh's size—the locals are as welcoming and supportive as neighbors in a small town. The Southern hospitality is just one reason why people love living in Raleigh.
You'll find no shortage of great places to live in Raleigh, from high-rise condos in the heart of downtown to single-family homes in wooded communities.
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Come Explore Life in Raleigh
Visitors and locals alike agree that a day in Raleigh is a day well spent. Dance along to the live music playing at any number of annual festivals, expand your culinary palate at Raleigh's top-rated restaurants, keep up with the latest fashions at your favorite shopping destination, kick back with a beer at a local craft brewery, or stop and smell the roses (literally) at Raleigh's many parks and gardens.
We're just getting started. There are so many facets to living in Raleigh that you'll never be able to experience them all in a day. Here's just a taste of what Raleigh has to offer. Have questions about the area? We have the answers! Call us at 919-274-9111.
Spotlights of Raleigh
Inside the Beltline & Downtown
In the heart of Raleigh are two bustling areas full of history, excitement, and luxury homes: Downtown Raleigh and the Inside the Beltline (ITB) area. Inside the Beltline encompasses everything that lies within the I-440 loop (known locally as the Beltline) around the city, including Downtown Raleigh and historic neighborhoods like Boylan Heights, Budleigh, Country Club Hills, Five Points, Hayes Barton, Oakwood, and University Park.
The area around North Hills shopping center is often considered to be Raleigh's "Midtown." Here you'll find high-rise office buildings intermingled with high-end restaurants and retailers, but you'll also find a charming collection of established neighborhoods (including the namesake North Hills) and community organizations, too. In addition to North Hills shopping center, the "Midtown" area features 12 miles of greenway trails, 10 parks, and a glimpse of the Downtown Raleigh skyline.
Located between Capital Blvd. and the Hwy. 64 Bypass, Northeast Raleigh is close to everything: Downtown Raleigh, the RDU International Airport, and tons of shops and restaurants. Homes in this area are not only ideally located, they're also diverse; in Northeast Raleigh, you'll find price points to fit any budget. Northeast Raleigh neighborhoods include Edgewater, Foxcroft, and Hedingham.
The North Raleigh area, which is located north of the I-440 Beltline and west of Capital Blvd., is known for its luxury communities. But while you'll find million-dollar estate homes tucked away on large lots, you'll also find an abundance of charming single-family homes and townhomes. North Raleigh neighborhoods include Bedford, Brier Creek, Lakemont, and Wakefield Plantation.
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Raleigh at a Glance
Travel & Commute
Research Triangle Park: 25 min.
Public Transit: GoTriangle, Amtrak
Airport: RDU International Airport
Major Highways: I-40, I-440, I-540, US-1
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