The median home value in Raleigh,
NC is $430,000.
the county median home value of $322,250.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Raleigh,
NC is $430,000.
Approximately 52% of
Raleigh homes are owned,
compared to 41% rented, while
7% are vacant.
Raleigh real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Showings start 5/11 @ 11:00am. Come sit on your large front porch and enjoy the view of the downtown skyline. Or if you're into gardening, the back yard is ready for your green thumb! Open floor plan with hardwoods throughout, nice kitchen that is open to dining and living, which is great for entertaining. With 4 bedrooms, there is plenty of space to work from home! Updates include: new HVAC 2022 , microwave 2022, solar panels 2021, dishwasher 2019.
Immaculate New Construction near downtown Raleigh! This 3 BR 2 BA home provides an open concept with an exquisite kitchen that has a multitude of shaker style cabinets, pantry, gas cooktop and brand new SS appliances. Home features upgrades such as quartz countertops and beautiful tile in the Primary Bath. Living area has a cozy gas fireplace. Bedrooms are spacious. The Primary BR has two large closets, walk in shower, rainfall shower head & freestanding tub. Home also offers an immense fenced in backyard!
The Edward-Haynes house features original hardwoods and millwork throughout, soaring ceilings, generous rooms and character at every turn. A historic Oakwood charmer, this property offers unrivaled proximity to all of downtown Raleigh, and could easily serve as a tremendous urban home or investment property. Or, with OX-3 zoning, there are endless opportunities for commercial use. Previously a law office with five offices and reception. See virtual tours!
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: a 1890s house once owned by celebrated teacher Lucille Hunter, for whom Hunter Elementary is named. Many architectural features remain: heart pine floors, doors, 3 mantlepieces. Ask agent about design development plans for renovation + a new modern addition by an award-winning architecture firm. Proposed design has conditional Certificate of Appropriateness by Raleigh Historic Districts Commission. Renderings shown are from the proposed design; current home not habitable.
Acclaimed 4-bd Modernist Victorian. A rare find in the heart of downtown Raleigh w/ 2-car garage, extra attic storage & fenced private yard. Indoor/outdoor living is an incredible oasis w/the focus on natural light & beauty. Home hosts floor to ceiling windows, nana-wall/patio, & 2nd floor sun porch off owners bedroom. High ceilings, hardwoods, drop zone & incredible laundry room! 1st fl. guest suite, 3rd fl. bonus rm. Gorgeous staircase! The Highest quality finishes & craftsmanship. No detail missed!