Inside The Beltline
ITB: The Jewel in Raleigh's Crown
Magnificent estate homes fill the area's historic neighborhoods and country club communities, which only adds to Inside the Beltline's desirability among home buyers.
However, luxury properties are not the only real estate option in this area. Inside the Beltline also features quaint cottages, townhome and condominium developments, and modest single-family homes in contemporary neighborhoods.
In addition to Inside the Beltline's housing options, the area is renowned for its arts and cultural venues, world-class schools and universities, employment opportunities, and spacious parks. Let us introduce you to the lifestyle of Inside the Beltline.
Exquisite Arts and Culture
Since Inside the Beltline encompasses Downtown Raleigh, residents have easy access to the state's best museums, performing arts centers, and art galleries. Be sure to take a tour of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, enjoy a show at the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, attend one of the many festivals happening annually on Fayetteville Street, or peruse the student exhibits on display at nearby universities.
Upscale Shopping and Dining
From the cobblestone streets of Historic City Market to gleaming storefronts of Cameron Village, Inside the Beltline has a plethora of unique shopping and dining options. Not surprisingly, Zagat named Raleigh among the top food cities in recent years. Don't forget to try the many craft breweries sprinkled throughout this area, too, including Crank Arm Brewing Company, Trophy Brewing Co., Lynnwood Brewing Concern, and Raleigh Brewing.
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Inside the Beltline At A Glance
Longtime Raleigh residents refer to the area encircled by the I-440 loop as "Inside the Beltline," or ITB. Because this area is located in the heart of Raleigh, residents are a short drive from top employers, attractions, restaurants, and shops in Downtown Raleigh.
Before Raleigh's rapid development in the 20th century, Inside the Beltline neighborhoods were considered the suburbs of Raleigh. Today, communities such as Hayes Barton and Historic Oakwood feature beautifully restored homes with rich character.
Inside the Beltline homes span decades of development, so you can truly find what you're looking for in this area: historic 18th- and 19th-century homes, mid-century properties, Victorian and Georgian architecture, and even contemporary houses.
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