Neighborhood Search

Historic neighborhoods by their nature are difficult to define. Several neighborhoods are on the National Register of Historic Places, though the areas are closely defined the maps and descriptions on the website are vague! Google Maps show some neighborhood boundaries in great detail, others don’t appear at all! It is not clear who or how defined the neighborhoods for Google. The Triangle MLS has both a ‘Subdivision’ and ‘Neighborhood’ field, some neighborhoods have entries in both making searching the MLS ‘interesting’. With the lack of clear boundaries for many neighborhoods it is easy for sellers and agents on the borders to claim a house is in a particular neighborhood for marketing purposes.

SO! I have made my best efforts to define the neighborhoods correctly but it may be possible that some homes that should be listed in a neighborhood are not and visa-versa. There may also be some homes shown in multiple neighborhoods.

Raleigh

Anderson Heights
Bagwell
Bloomsbury
Boylen Heights
Budleigh
Cameron Park
Cameron Village
Caraleigh Mills
Cotton Mill
Five Points
Glenwood Brooklyn
Hayes Barton
Hi-Mount
Historic Oakwood
Mordecai
Roanoke Park
Vanguard Park
West Raleigh

Durham

Burch Avenue
Cleavland-Holloway
Downtown
Duke Park
East Durham
Forest Hills
Hope Valley Country Club
Morehead Hill
Noerthgate Park
Old North Durham
Old West Durham
Trinity Heights
Trinity Park
Tuscaloosa-Lakewood
Walltown
Watts Hospital Hillendale

Chapel Hill

Local Historic Districts

Cameron-McCauly
Franklin-Rosemary
Gimghoul

National Register of Historic Places

Chapel Hill
Gimghoul
Rocky Ridge Farm
West Chapel Hill

Other Neighborhoods with Historic Homes

Davie Woods
Westwood