We are close to NCSU, Meredith College, Peace University, downtown Raleigh's museums, greenway system, Art Museum, Dix Park, restaurants and dining, nightlife, family-friendly activities. It is unusual to find 3 acres of land heart of Raleigh! There are trails leading to a waterfall and creeks on our property. We enjoy listening to the sound of frogs, owls, and crickets in the (URL HIDDEN) is peaceful and tranquil. Ideal for couples, solo adventurers, and business travelers.
The house was built in 1932 and was on 12 acres of land. We sit on 3 acres of land now. There are trails leading to a waterfall and creeks and where a pond used to be. It is so peaceful and tranquil here, it's hard to imagine we're in the middle of the capital city! The rooms are furnished with beautiful antique furniture. The biggest draw to our oasis is that when entering the home it feels as though you have left the big city behind!
There is a laundry room, sitting room downstairs and there are kitchen privileges for guests. There is also a private entrance to the portion of the house where the room is which is right outside of the parking area.
Interaction with guests
We love meeting people and are excited and happy to tel them about Raleigh and the many exciting things to do in our city and area!
Other things to note
There are many items here that will amuse you!
- This room is upstairs so the guests must be able to climb stairs.
I am a musician! A teacher, songwriter and recording artist for many years. There is always music in the house! Also, historic preservation is dear to both Bill and myself, working to save lighthouses in NC, historic sites and properties. We both love being outdoors, hiking and outdoor projects. We like to travel and meet new people. Broadening our experiences through different cultures is a wonderful education. I love gardening and growing edibles: vegetables, fruits and herbs. We are vegetarians and love animals. Bill loves collecting. Together we have built a unique and eclectic oasis here in Raleigh.