Victorian homes for purchase within the triangular

There are lots of neighborhoods throughout Raleigh, Durham and also the Triangular to find Victorian homes for purchase. In Raleigh the historic neighborhoods that contains these homes are: Glenwood-Brooklyn, Oakwood, and South Park, to mention a couple of. These homes were built throughout the late-19th and early-20th centuries, and lots of happen to be lovingly restored.

Towards the east of downtown Durham may be the Cleveland-Holloway neighborhood, where Victorian homes also have gone through extensive renovation. Likewise, individuals are buying within the Old North Durham neighborhood to become nearer to the hotspot of West Geer Street and Rigsbee Avenue. Motorco (music venue), Fullsteam (brewery and bar), Geer Street Garden (restaurant), and Cacao Cinnamon (cafe) are within this thriving area.

Kinds of Victorian Homes

Victorian homes are recognized for the detail of the exteriors, the towers or turrets that stretch over the roofline, textured shingles, and porches. There are many differing types, such as the Stick Victorian (popular from 1860-1890):

Victorian Stick Home

The Queen Anne (popular from 1880-1910):

Spindled Queen Anne

And also the Shingle style (popular from 1870 to 1910):

Shingle Style Victorian Home for Sale

Here is a complete listing of Victorian homes for purchase in Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, and all of those other Triangular. Please visit our other style searches within the sidebar right, or Contact Us if you’re searching for something specific.


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StrawberryCopper: The first one is a barn….converted.

Alex Klatt: Does the land come with them?

The Mad Hatter: brick houses look like trash

expattaffy1: An old saying, if it looks too good to be true, then it is too good to be true. There has to be a catch somewhere

expattaffy1: What I would like to see is some history of these houses, why are they abandoned?

Lola Brigette: expattaffy1 they aren't abandoned probly cheap TAXES ARE WAY HIGH

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Rebecca Riordan: There is a red schoolhouse in Montgomery Center, VT for sale. in great shape too