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Historic Homes in Raleigh

For those who are new to the Raleigh area, there are a lot of cool things to experience. One of the best things to experience in the Raleigh area is the historic homes. We wanted to create a quick guide to help you find the best ones.

4 of the most popular historic homes in Raleigh are:

  1. Heck-Andrews House: The Heck-Andrews house was built in 1870 and was on of the first houses in Raleigh. It is located on N. Blount Street and was constructed right after the American Civil War.
  2. North Carolina Executive Mansion: The executive mansion is one of the most well-known historic homes in Raleigh. It was constructed in 1883 and has been the official residence of our governor ever since!
  3. Hawkins-Hartness House: This home was built in 1880 and is well known for its creative design style, especially for that time period. It features a 2 ½ story style brick dwelling with a four-story tower.
  4. Mordecai House: The Mordecai house helped name an area of Raleigh. It features a beautiful park next to it and is nestled in the Historic Oakwood neighborhood. This is the oldest home in Raleigh that remains on its original foundation.

If you are new to the Raleigh area and are looking to learn more about the area, feel free to contact our team now! We would love to welcome you and help you get settled into the area.

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