Raleigh's Walkable Neighborhoods
These are just a few of Raleigh's popular and walkable neighborhoods. Need to search? Jump over to my other site.
Located west of downtown, you can live among art galleries in an historic bungalow and walk to Boylan Brew Pub, which has one of the best views of downtown.
Those looking for a mid-century modern feel will love the ranches in Cameron Village.
Bungalows and 40's cottages make up a lot of East Mordecai homes. Larger yards and affordable prices are very attractive to those looking to live as close to downtown as possible.
Glenwood / Brooklyn
Bungalows, porches, and a central location help make Glenwood/Brooklyn a popular settling point.
Inside the Beltline
Many other neighborhoods exist within the 440 beltline, within a 2 mile radius of downtown. Sunset Hills, Banbury Woods, the Ridge Rd area, and so many more. Large lots, mature trees, and wide roads give residents all the space they need.
For those who want convenience and walkability, but don't necessarily feel like living in the urban core, North Hills provides a great alternative.
A prestigious address, Cameron Park was one of the first suburbs of downtown. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it's hard to find homes less than $500k in this neighborhood.
Downtown Raleigh is made up of five unique districts, each with their own vibe. Learn more about which area is right for you and what each has to offer via my other site, DowntownRaleighDigs.com.
Just a couple of miles from downtown, Five Points is its own little neighborhood with attractive retail, like Lilly's Pizza and Nofo, and fabulous bungalows.
If tree lined sidewalks, colorful gardens, and big porches are more your style, you can't miss Oakwood.
Hidden away north of downtown, Mordecai has quaint bungalows and traditional homes for those needing a little more space.
Village at Pilot Mill
Built in 2004, the homes at Pilot Mill feature all the newer amenities with the convenience of alley-loading garages. Bonus rooms and modern sized closets appeal to those who desire more space in an urban area.