Raleigh Neighborhoods

Raleigh has several Historic Neighborhoods, mainly ‘ITB’ or ‘Inside the Beltline’, the I-440 inner loop surrounding the city. Raleigh was established as the capital of North Carolina in 1792. At that time it was bounded by North, East, South and West Streets where most early homes were built. In the early part of the 19th century neighborhoods started appearing outside of these boundaries. Many of the neighborhoods listed below are on the National Register of Historic Places, they are noted with *.Folk Victorian

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 Historic District*

Not all Raleigh neighborhoods are listed here, go to the main Raleigh page for a complete list of historic homes for sale.