Homes for Sale in Raleigh, NC by Amenities
Raleigh: A Capital City with Rural Roots
Craving a taste of country living? You don't have to leave Raleigh to find your dream home. Although North Carolina's capital city is among the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in America, it still offers plenty of rural properties surrounded by beautiful countryside.
This city is also rich in country heritage. Every year, the North Carolina State Fair hosts agriculture and livestock exhibitions, and events like the Capital Dressage Classic draw equestrian enthusiasts and competitors from all around the state.
Let us be your guide to country living in Raleigh. Contact us at (919) 749-3177 to learn more about Raleigh's equestrian homes, land for sale, and properties with acreage.
Raleigh at a Glance
Downtown Raleigh to Downtown Durham: 30 min
Downtown Raleigh to RTP: 25 min
Downtown Raleigh to RDU Airport: 20 min
Zip Codes: 27513, 27545, 27560, 27601-27617, 27619-27622,
27624-27629, 27634-27636, 27640, 27650, 27656, 27658,
27661, 27668, 27675, 27676,
27690, 27695, 27697, 27698
Median Home Value: $218,200
Raleigh Estate Homes for Sale
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Falls Lake State Recreation Area, which is located in the North Raleigh area about 18 miles from downtown, is a popular destination for outdoor adventure.
Neuse River Trail
Starting at Falls Lake Dam, the Neuse River Trail winds 28 miles through Raleigh's rolling hills before reaching the Wake County/Johnston County line.
The fairgrounds hosts dozens of state-wide events each year, including the North Carolina State Fair, Got to Be NC Festival, and Bass & Saltwater Fishing Expo.
What You'll Love in Raleigh
With so many great local cities, towns, and communities from which to choose, it's hard to know which one will be best for you! So here's what local residents (and visitors) truly love about Raleigh.
Scenic Parks and Greenway Trails
Raleigh truly lives up to its nickname, the "City of Oaks." With more than 200 parks scattered throughout the city, it's easy to find something fun to do outdoors! Popular destinations include Lake Johnson Park, William B. Umstead State Park, and Historic Yates Mill County Park.
A Full Calendar of Events
There's always something happening in North Carolina's state capital. Catch a holiday parade downtown (the St. Patrick's Day Parade and Raleigh Christmas Parade are local favorites), try the region's best craft beers at Brewgaloo, enjoy live music during Wide Open Bluegrass, spend a day at the State Fair in October, and ring in the new year during First Night Raleigh.
Prestigious Schools and Universities
Raleigh is known for its excellent education options. In this city alone, you'll find dozens of private schools, public schools within the nationally ranked Wake County Public School System, and renowned colleges and universities (including North Carolina State University, the state's largest public college by enrollment).
For Your Raleigh Real Estate Needs
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