Hayes Barton is located in Raleigh's historic Five Points area just northwest of downtown Raleigh. This historic Raleigh neighborhood was built in the 1920's in the post World War I wave of suburban development. The area was, at that time, the fringes of Raleigh. Hayes Barton was the grandest of these new suburbs.
Hayes Barton was designed with the focus blending nature and community. The layout included some of the first greenways and open park areas in suburban neighborhoods.
The roads were built along the natural contours of the land which allowed for natural spaces and small parks to be incorporated into the subdivision design.
Hayes Barton is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Today, homes in Hayes Barton are a collection of eclectic styles and sizes. There are Georgian, Colonial, Tudor, Craftsman, Bungalow and contemporary designs.
Hayes Barton homes can range in style and price from a cozy little bungalow costing in the mid $200,000s up through incredible Raleigh estate homes worth close to 3 million.
A home in Hayes Barton can be one built in the early 1920's and be on the Historic Registry or perhaps a newly Raleigh luxury home. The possibilities are extensive.
Living in Hayes Barton is more than just the home. It is a lifestyle. Five Points is the hub of activity in Hayes Barton. It is a true mixture of historic meets trendy. It's hip, cool, quirky, and yester-year traditional all rolled into one. There is an old-time barbershop next to the hippest of gift shops. You can find an antique store close to a bustling coffee shop. It's all there - and when you live there you love it!
Hayes Barton is a true urban residential neighborhood. It's a Raleigh subdivision with an incredible history and modern lifestyle. Hayes Barton is only a few minutes from downtown Raleigh, but still has tree-lined sidewalks where people stroll and visit with neighbors.
This historic Raleigh neighborhood has super restaurants, shops - vintage and contemporary, banks and a movie theater that shows the new and the classics. Hayes Barton is a blending of old and new.
Historic Hayes Barton is quirky, friendly, historic and uniquely Raleigh. Today it is one of Raleigh's premier and highly desired historic neighborhoods.
Other Inside the Beltline subdivisions include Boylan Heights and Cameron Park to the South, and Historic Oakwood over to the Southeast
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Driving Directions: From I-440 take the US-401 S/Capital Blvd exit; merge onto US-401 S/Capital Blvd and follow it south to Wade Ave. Turn right onto Wade Ave and take a slight left to stay on Wade Ave. Turn left onto Williamson Dr; turn right onto Carr Street into Hayes Barton.
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