A Thousand Opportunities in Raleigh
Raleigh is a city of diversity.
Diversity can be seen in its people, in its culture, in its business, even in the physical structure of its city. From arts and entertainment to shopping and dining to a wealth of business opportunities, Raleigh has something to offer everyone, regardless of what you seek. And with many different regions and neighborhoods, each with a unique culture and lifestyle, you’ll find your perfect city niche, whether you crave big-city bustle or quiet wilderness retreat.
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The area of Raleigh spanning the zip code region of 27603 is a hugely varied landscape ranging from downtown city lifestyle to quiet country living outside of Garner. Though homes vary in price, style, and location, they all share Raleigh’s beauty, access, and opportunity. No matter where you’re located, you’ll be equally as close to shopping and dining as you are to a park or wilderness retreat, and work will never be more than a short commute away.
From world-class museums and historic sites to sporting events to outdoor recreation, there are no dull moments in Raleigh! Downtown Raleigh offers five unique entertainment districts, offering everything from trendy bars and nightclubs to world-class entertainment theatre and performance venues to unique shopping and dining opportunities. And don't miss out on professional hockey games at PNC Arena, or NCSU football games at Carter-Finley Stadium!
An Insider's Guide to Raleigh, NC
Parks & Recreation
Acres of lush parkland, miles of trails, and of course, towering old oaks can be found throughout the city. The South Raleigh area is home to both Lake Wheeler and Lake Benson, where parks, trails, boating, and fishing can be enjoyed. Also nearby are Lake Johnson and the vast William B. Umstead State Park.
Quick Facts for Raleigh 27603
Population (2013): 46,175
Raleigh Population: 439,896
Average Home Value (2013): $186,700
Housing Units: 19,613
Commute to Downtown: 0 – 30 min
Commute to RTP: 30 – 45 min
Wake County Public Schools
Raleigh is served by Wake County Public School System, North Carolina’s largest and most notable school district so named for its plethora of academic, extracurricular, and athletic programs and activities.
Raleigh Real Estate
Raleigh, NC is a bustling city offering plenty of attractions and entertainment, as well as a wealth of business and employment opportunity. Homes in the 27603 zip code area vary widely from modern city condominiums nestled into the heart of downtown to beautiful estate homes on rolling lawns of multiple acreage. Pricing ranges from under $100,000 to over $1,000,000, but tends to be very affordable, with median prices around $200,000.
Ready to find your central or southern Raleigh home today? Contact Glenn Strickland today at 919-274-7272 or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a showing.
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