Longview Real Estate
Manicured, tree-lined streets are a hallmark of living in the historic neighborhood of Longview. First developed in the wake of World War II, these quiet streets are perfect for those who are seeking peace and quiet, but who still wish to be close to all the conveniences of living in Downtown Raleigh. Customary of the time, each home is well-established and unique in its personality and design.
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The homes in Longview tend to be Colonial Revivals, Tudor Revivals, split-level, and Ranch style homes. These homes were constructed largely between the late 1930s and 1950s, and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2011.
The community of Longview has access to so many amenities, it's impossible to list them all. Raleigh Country Club is part of the neighborhood, and all of the amenities and attractions of Downtown Raleigh are less than minutes away by car.
From Raleigh's hottest restaurants, shops, and historical sites, there's no end to the convenient attractions available to residents of Longview's historic streets. Tee-off at Raleigh Country Club, grab a bite at a popular restaurant, or simply spend the day at the Museum of Natural Science–the opportunities are endless.
Shopping & Dining
With it's location in Downtown Raleigh, enjoy shopping experiences in places like City Market, Deco Raleigh, or the most convenient shopping center, Longview Shopping Center. Enjoy amazing restaurants like Bida Manda, Second Empire, or Poole's Diner. All of this is right at your fingertips in Longview.
Travel & Commute
The homes of Longview are just a few minutes from the heart of Downtown Raleigh. The commute to other destinations in the Triangle is also highly convenient: it is 30 minutes from the Research Triangle Park and 40 minutes from Downtown Durham.
Public schools in Longview belong to Wake County Public Schools, one of the top school districts in North Carolina. Students enjoy highly trained teachers, access to technology, and could potentially go to some of the top universities in the nation without having to leave the state.
Longview Real Estate Resources
If you've been thinking of buying a home in Raleigh, or simply need someone to chat with about your real estate plans, please reach out to me! I'd love to help make all of your real estate dreams come true. If you love cities like Raleigh, you should check out the nearby towns of Zebulon, Knightdale, and Wendell! You won't be disappointed.
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