February 16, 2024
The Budleigh neighborhood is located inside the I-440 beltline in central Raleigh. It is bounded by Wade Avenue, Glenwood Avenue, Oberlin Road, and Fairview Road.
Budleigh was first developed starting in the early 1960s. Many of the homes were built around 1964 in mid-century modern ranch styles on spacious lots featuring mature trees.
Over the decades, a number of homes have been expanded or renovated.
Today, Budleigh contains around 300 homes showcasing original mid-century architecture alongside more contemporary updates.
Home sizes range from around 1,200 square feet up to 6,500+ square feet. Values range from the $250,000s to over $1.5 million.
Some of Budleigh's defining features include:
- Mid-century modern ranch homes with many renovated and updated
- Mature trees and established landscaping
- Proximity to restaurants and shopping at North Hills
- Quick access to downtown Raleigh within the beltline
- Neighborhood streets Glenwood Avenue and Oberlin Road
- Mix of residents including young professionals, families, and retirees
Location and Accessibility
Centrally located inside the I-440 beltline, Budleigh provides easy access to major Raleigh destinations including:
- 4 miles to Crabtree Valley Mall
- 5 miles to North Hills Mall and dining
- 10 minutes to downtown Raleigh
- 15 miles to Raleigh-Durham International Airport
The neighborhood is convenient to both I-40 and I-440 as well as routes like Glenwood Avenue, Wade Avenue, and Capital Boulevard.
With its central location, renovated mid-century homes, and family-friendly vibe, Budleigh offers great in-town living. The neighborhood provides quick beltline access yet retains its established feel.
For homebuyers seeking convenience and character, Budleigh is an excellent choice. Contact me today to begin your home search!
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