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    • 8.9
      Historic Site
      (Oakwood Avenue & N. Bloodworth Street), Raleigh
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      • Crash Gregg

        Crash Gregg • October 31, 2012Best place to live in Raleigh. Historic homes with plenty of hardwoods, high ceilings, big porches and great neighbors. All within a few blocks and a short walk or bike ride from downtown.

    • 8.0
      Historic Site
      1 Mimosa St (at Cedar Dr), Raleigh
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      • Gretchen O.

        Gretchen O. • November 25, 2011Great for the dogs too!

    • 7.8
      Historic Site
      418 N Person St, Raleigh
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    • 7.8
      Historic Site
      Raleigh
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    • 7.1
      Historic Site
      (Watauga Street), Raleigh
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      • Keith P.

        Keith P. • September 3, 2011Hoods going down

    • 6.9
      Historic Site
      200 N Blount St (at E Jones St), Raleigh
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      • Pat M.

        Pat M. • April 15, 2013Sorry, folks, the Man Cave upstairs is off limits.

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      Historic Site
      Raleigh
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      Historic Site
      5533 Yates Mill Pond Rd, Raleigh
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      • Ashley

        Ashley • November 14, 2010great family farm

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      Historic Site
      728 W Hargett St (S St Mary's St), Raleigh
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      • C-SPAN

        C-SPAN • July 1, 2013Joel Lane built this house in 1769 costing him 2,378 pounds. It was designed with the intent to impress any who walked in the door. Learn more about Joel Lane and his home in this C-SPAN AHTV video.

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