Historic Hoods
Click for more about Bloomsbury Bloomsbury  A National Register historic district - Bloomsbury Historic District.  Bloomsbury is wonderful neighborhood within easy walking distance of many unique shops, restaurants and services around Five Points. Most homes built in the 1920's.

Click for more about Boylan Heights Neighborhood.

Boylan Heights   A National Register historic district and local historic district.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.  Settled rapidly in the early 20th century, the neighborhood has strong architectural cohesiveness.  Homes age from about 1910.
Click for more about Brooklyn Neighborhood Brooklyn   A hidden treasure with homes dating from 1909.  A National Register historic district in combination with Glenwood neighborhood - Glenwood-Brooklyn Historic District.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.
Click for more about Cameron Park Neighborhood.

Cameron Park   A National Register historic district.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.
Near North Carolina State University.  Street boundaries are Oberlin, Hillsborough, St. Mary's and Peace/Clark.  Homes age from about 1910.

Click for more about Cameron Village Neighborhood. Cameron Village   A festival of ranch style homes built in the early 1950's.
Click for more about Downtown Raleigh. Downtown  Three local historic districts included here - Blount Street, Capitol Square and Moore Square.  Depot is a National Register historic district.  Woven through and around downtown Raleigh are numerous National Register historic buildings.  These neighborhoods are a wonderful mix of business, government, religion and residential buildings.
Click for more about Five Points Neighborhoods Five Points  Not so much a neighborhood as an area defined by it's relationship to the intersection of Glenwood Avenue, Whitaker Mill and Fairview.  Just about anything you need can be found at this interesting intersection. It is the heart of 'Five Points'.
Click for more about Glenwood Neighborhood.

Glenwood   A National Register historic district along with Brooklyn neighborhood - Glenwood-Brooklyn Historic District.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.  Developed in the early 1900's when an electric streetcar line ran along Glenwood Avenue.

Click for more about Glenwood South Neighborhood. Glenwood South   A Hot Spot.   Past home to the old Pine State Creamery, Norfolk-Southern Railway depot, Raleigh Electric Company (precursor to CP&L) and other industrial facilities dating from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Click for more about Hayes Barton Neighborhood. Hayes Barton   Named for the English home of Sir Walter Raleigh.  Hayes Barton demonstrates a wide variety of architectural style and size.  Developed during the 1920's.
Click for more about Historic Oakwood and Oakdale Neighborhoods. Historic Oakwood   A National Register historic district and Raleigh's first locally designated historic district.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.  Located just northeast of downtown, Historic Oakwood's beginnings date back to the mid 1800's.
Click for more about Mordecai and Pilot Mill Neighborhoods.

Mordecai   A National Register historic district.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.  Developed on the Mordecai plantation.  Homes age from the 1920's.

Click for more about Oberlin Village Neighborhood.
Oberlin Village   Began as a Reconstruction village after the Civil War on the farmland of Lewis Peck.  At its peak, the Village was a successful freedman's community with 12 blocks of homes, a public school and 2 churches.
Click for more about Pullen Park and Pullen Terrace Neighborhoods
Pullen   The neighborhoods of Pullen Park and Pullen Terrace are an eclectic mix of old homes, middle age homes and newer homes located adjacent to historic Pullen Park. The Park is on the National Register and is home to the treasured Dentzel Carousel.
Click for more about Roanoke Park neighborhood. Roanoke Park  A National Register historic district.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.  One of several neighborhoods in the 'Five Points' area of Raleigh.  Attractive, well preserved and desirable. A little trivia: the park named 'Roanoke Park' was known as 'Slyvan Park' when the neighborhood was originally platted.
Click for more about Sunset Hills neighborhood. Sunset Hills The lion's share of homes and apartments in Sunset Hills were built during the boom times following World War II.  However, this diverse neighborhood is not standing still.
Click for more about the University Park neighborhoods. University Park  A National Register historic district by the name of West Raleigh envelopes University Park.  This neighborhood is a collection of neighborhoods. Wonderfully walkable network of parks, greenways and gardens.  A strong, active and fun community.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.
Click for more about Vanguard Park, White Oak Forest, Oxford Park, Villa Park and Fallon Oaks neighborhoods.
Vanguard Park Plus  Intertwined among the neighborhoods of Vanguard Park, White Oak Forest, Oxford Park, Villa Park and Fallon Oaks is the National Register historic district known as Vanguard Park.  This desirable area encompassing the northeast quadrant of Five Points has a wide variety of homes from modest to magnificent.  Rehabilitation tax credits available.

Click for Wake County
Wake County

Click for Raleigh Region
Raleigh Region

Click for Raleigh Beltline NeighborhoodsBurbs
Beltline Burbs


The three links above (Wake County, Raleigh Region & Beltline Burbs) will help you get oriented.
They show the location of the above featured neighborhoods - starting from a North Carolina overview and progressing closer.

Enjoy - and contact me for assistance when you want to buy or sell a home.


Welcome    Neighborhoods    Homes    Links    Email    Blog
paulSetliff.com