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Neighborhood Information on Hayes Barton in Raleigh, NC
Part of Raleigh’s historic Five Points Neighborhoods, Hayes Barton is a lovely neighborhood with homes from the 1920s.
Designed by the well-known architect Earle Sumner Draper, this Raleigh neighborhood inspired development in the other neighborhoods that make up Five Points:
- Vanguard Park
- Roanoke Park
Properties for Sale in Hayes Barton in Wake County
The homes in Hayes Barton certainly have a lot of historical integrity. Perhaps that’s why this neighborhood holds a place on the National Register of Historic Places.
Although the borders are sometimes disputed, many people tend to agree that Hayes Barton’s borders are Fairview Road, Glenwood Avenue, Oberlin Road and Grant and Wade Avenues.
The average price for a home in this community is about $950,000. These properties typically feature two to four bedrooms.
In and around the Hayes Barton communities, residents will find they’re within convenient walking distance to a number of amenities and attractions, such as:
- Hayes Barton Baptist Church
- Josephus Daniels House
- Five Points Barber Shop
- Hayes Barton Pharmacy
- The Rialto Theatre
- And more!
There are also a number of restaurants located conveniently close by, such as Lilly’s Pizza and The Third Place coffee shop.
What’s more, Hayes Barton is severed by Capital Area Transit, and more than a handful of routes have stops in and around the community.
Those with school-aged children will be pleased to discover that Hayes Barton is zoned for several award-winning schools within the Wake County Public School System:
- Lacy Elementary School(K-5)
- Daniels Middle School (6-8)
- Broughton High School (9-12)
Discover Your Dream Home at Hayes Barton in Raleigh
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