Living in North Hills
Some of the most exciting residential opportunities are the older neighborhoods that are going through a gentrification process. Most of these areas were developed in the 1950’s and 1960’s with a suburban style that includes sidewalks and local community schools. The lots tend to be larger than in today’s typical planned community, and the the landscaping is mature and shady. Many of these homes have been expanded and upgraded with current finishes and features. However, the feel of these neighborhoods has retained the original charm. These areas offer fantastic asset opportunities for folks to reinvigorate an older house into a dream home.
Wellness Wednesdays, Midtown Beach Music Series, Christmas at North Hills, Midtown Farmer’s Market, Midtown Bluegrass Series, Friday Night Tributes
In with the old and in with the new. Experience mid-century charm on one street and lose yourself in the appealing look of newly built subdivisions on another. Started in 1960, North Hills Estates was Raleigh’s largest planned subdivision. With rolling hills and huge mature oak trees, and the remodeling potential of the now eclectic mix of ranch and split-level homes, this area is highly sought after.
Generally bounded by Millbrook Rd to the North, Crabtree Creek to the South, Wake Forest Rd to the East and Leadmine Rd to the West.