Raleigh, NC 27609

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Midtown Raleigh Has It All

People shopping for houses for sale in Raleigh often inquire about the area known as "Midtown" and it’s no wonder! There is no definitive border to Midtown, but most agree it includes the area north of the Beltline (I-440), stretching east to Falls of the Neuse Road, west to Glenwood Avenue and north to Millbrook Road.

Within the Midtown neighborhood are four different shopping/dining/entertianment districts: North Hills, Crabtree Valley, Cameron Village and the Five Points neighborhood. They are all within a short drive, and each of the areas have great walkability, adding to the appeal!

In addition to the shopping centers, you will find many eclectic local businesses, including breweries like Nickelpoint Brewing Co., Lilly's Pizza, Quail Ridge Books, Moon and Lola, and the Rialto Theater. 

Everything You Need is Right Outside Your Door

shopping in Midtown Raleigh North Hills"Midtown" got its name from the local newspaper, The News & Observer, which identified the area for marketing purposes. The area has evolved from suburban to urban mixed use destination, a hub of commercial and residential activity that is distinctive in location and sense of place, and is becoming Raleigh’s second Central Business District.

Midtown is a vibrant, exciting area with plenty of cultural, educational and entertainment opportunities. Homes in this area are available in all price ranges and styles. Such homes in Midtown Raleigh are convenient to everything including shopping, dining, Research Triangle Park, the Raleigh Airport, medical facilities, universities, parks, greenway paths, museums, and more.

Conveniently, Midtown is close enough to many businesses that you may even find yourself walking to work, riding your bike, or taking the bus and saving a lot of money in fuel each month. There are also plenty of great physicians and hospitals close by.

There are also plenty of housing options, which include beautifully restored older homes and garden homes to upscale condominiums and apartments overlooking the city. With new construction still flourishing in Midtown, it is a great place to search for your new Midtown Raleigh home. As an expert in selling Midtown Raleigh real estate, LuxuryMovers can assist you in all your home buying needs.

North Hills Has Many Great Amenities 

Along with shopping, dining, and outdoor recreation right outside your door, residents of Midtown also have access to the following amenities: 

  • 24/7 walkable urban center
  • Long established neighborhoods
  • Thriving mix of businesses, schools, and places of worship
  • Strong sense of community
  • 12 miles of Greenway Trails and 10 City Parks

Nearby amenities include:

  • North Hills
  • Crabtree Valley Mall
  • Great schools
  • Parks and recreation
  • A great environment for different age groups and price ranges

Midtown Neighborhoods: North Hills, Quail Hollow, and Lakemont

North Hills: The Shopping Area

North Hills is an outdoor shopping area located in Midtown Raleigh, North Carolina, part of a mixed-use development that includes nearby stores, restaurants, entertainment, commercial offices, two hotels, residential living and a continuing care retirement community. The Commons area frequently features events such as live concerts, festivals, and a farmers' market.

Quail Hollow: The Heart of Midtown Raleigh

Located in the center of Midtown Raleigh, Quail Hollow is a communityQuail Hollow map in Midtown Raleigh within the area that enables members of the community to become active. In Quail Hollow, individuals are in close proximity to the Quail Hollow Country Club and other organizations like the Quail Hollow Swim and Tennis Club  

Lakemont: The Quintessential Midtown Neighborhood

Lakemont is an ideal Midtown neighborhood, as it is walkable, friendly, and close to a variety of shops and eateries. Homes in the area are typically single family and are centered around the Lakemont Swim and Tennis club. Most of the homes were built in the 1960's, giving the community a lot of charm and character. The neighborhood included a man-made lake when it was first established, giving the development its name. The lake was later drained in the 1980's, making room for a new development of homes on Little Falls Drive.

Lakemont Neighborhood map in Midtown RaleighNearby neighborhoods include:

  • Hickory Hills
  • Quail Hollow
  • Eastgate

Lakemont amenities include:

  • a membership based club
  • the Lakemont Swim and Tennis Club
  • A grand location in the heart of the community
  • Great Schools:nDouglas Magnet and Carrol Middle School (both in close proximity to Lakemont)
  • Online Community

For All of Your Raleigh Real Estate Needs

Does Midtown Raleigh sound like a place you would love to call home? Contact Your LuxuryMovers Team. Let us show you how we're different than other real estate professionals. We can help you with your financing and relocation needs, and we've even provided a Home Ownership guidemortgage calculator, and other valuable home buying resources to make your search that much easier. Use our convenient search tools to find the home of your dreams, and be sure to save your searches and sign up for notifications to instantly find out when properties that meet your criteria are listed on the market. 

Are you considering selling your Midtown home?  List with Your LuxuryMovers Team for a fast sale with top dollar results. And, if you need help with relocation, we have a large network of local and national services to ensure a smooth transition.