Open House - 2:00 to 4:00Chip Edwards2109 Ridge Road2109 Ridge RoadRaleighNC27607https://propertyimage.leadingre.com/63861/0xE2CF84C8285181E9505B3CC3868FC127/1.jpgA timeless example of Carter Skinner's design prowess matched with fine craftsmanship and attention to detail come together beautifully in this all brick exquisite home. Inlaid marble foyer, heavy moldings, Jeld Wen windows & doors, coffered ceilings, beautiful built-ins, an elevator fit for a hotel-basement to 2nd floor. Owners retreat w/ W&D hookups in WIC, blue stone covered porch, 3 car garage, 3 zone hvac, finished attic w/ unfinished storage. New Sub Zero, Wolf, Dacor appliances. Bsmt in-law suite.
Founded in 1792 and named for the English explorer and author Sir Walter Raleigh, the City of Raleigh is one of the country's most popular relocation destinations. Also known as the City of Oaks, Raleigh has beautiful residential areas, a wonderful parks system, and an educated and diverse population. With its moderate climate, Raleigh has become a desirable place to call home for those who wish to escape harsh northern winters and the deep south's hot summers. Perennially recognized by national publications as one of the country's best places to work and live, Raleigh is also home to five colleges and universities.
As North Carolina's capital and second-largest city, Raleigh's proximity to the Research Triangle Park is also a huge asset. This world-renowned and largest U.S. research park created in the 1950s is home to more than 170 companies and federal agencies and has become a mecca for the information and biotechnical industries.
The City of Oaks also boasts it own professional ice hockey team, the Carolina Hurricanes, who won the Stanley Cup in 2006. College sports, such as baseball, football and basketball, also abound. If cultural opportunities are your thing, Raleigh is also home to the North Carolina Museum of Art, the North Carolina Symphony, the Carolina Ballet and many other arts groups. And being situated between the mountains and the coast is a pretty nice perk as well.
So as you can see, Raleigh has a lot to offer singles, young professionals, couples, families and retirees. Whether you choose to live inside the Beltline or in Midtown, in North Raleigh or beyond the new outer loop, you're sure to find a lifestyle that makes Raleigh a place you'll be thrilled to call home.
Raleigh Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 201 homes for sale in Raleigh, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 95% Single Family, 3% Condo and 2% Other.
95% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
3,148 ft² / 292 m²
($90,000 - $3,880,000)
Weather in Raleigh
The average high temperatures in Raleigh range from 51 in January to 89 in July
Average home income in Raleigh
The average household income of a Raleigh resident is $83,529 with an average home value of $263,869
Population of Raleigh
Raleigh has 501,482 residents.
Home ownership in Raleigh
The average level of home ownership in Raleigh is 58%.
Education breakdown of Raleigh
Education levels of residents of Raleigh include: highschool 16%, associate 8%, bachelor 31%, graduate 16%.
Households in Raleigh
Raleigh has 199,045 homes, built on average 33 years ago.
Information from in and around Raleigh...
You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 201 homes for sale in Raleigh. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 578,699. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Raleigh please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
The 201 homes for sale in Raleigh, NC are represented by 2 member brokerages serving the Raleigh area. Member brokerages representing the 201 homes include Fonville Morisey / Long & Foster Real Estate - North Carolina Region and Allen Tate Company - Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill.