There are many neighborhoods throughout Raleigh, Durham and the Triangle where one can find Victorian homes for sale. The historic neighborhoods in Raleigh containing these homes are: Glenwood-Brooklyn, Oakwood, and South Park, to name a few. These homes were constructed during the late-19th and early-20th centuries, and many have been lovingly restored.
To the east of downtown Durham is the Cleveland-Holloway neighborhood, where Victorian homes have also undergone extensive renovation. Likewise, people are buying in the Old North Durham neighborhood to be closer to the hotspot of West Geer Street and Rigsbee Avenue. Motorco (music venue), Fullsteam (brewery and bar), Geer Street Garden (restaurant), and Cocoa Cinnamon (coffee shop) are all in this thriving area.
Victorian homes are known for the detail of their exteriors, the towers or turrets that extend above the roofline, textured shingles, and porches. There are several different types, including the Stick Victorian (popular from 1860-1890):
The Queen Anne (popular from 1880-1910):
And the Shingle style (popular from 1870 to 1910):
Below is a complete list of Victorian homes for sale in Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh, and the rest of the Triangle. Please see our other style searches in the sidebar to the right, or Contact Us if you are looking for something specific.
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