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Lisa Southern, Lisa Southern Real Estate (Keller Williams)
Cameron Park, Raleigh, NC
Downtown Raleigh Neighborhood - Shopping, Parks and Historic
The beautiful tree lined neighborhood of Cameron Park is
located just northwest of downtown Raleigh, NC, bordered by
Hillsborough St, Clark Ave and St. Mary’s Street. Cameron Park
offers some of the best downtown Raleigh living
with shopping, parks, historic homes and condos.
The area includes three parks: Edna Metz Wells Park, Forest Park,
and Cameron Park. The neighborhood boasts one of
the country’s top Bed & Breakfast destinations,
the Cameron Park Inn.
TeaGschwendner, located in Cameron Village on
Street, participated this weekend in the grand
opening of the newly renovated NC Museum of Art
located on Blue
Ridge Road. Guest were able to select from a
variety of fine, loose-leaf teas, such as, Blood Orange,
Sencha, etc. Teas were sold hot or cold, of
course, during the rain showers visitors welcomed the hot tea but
once the sun was out, the switch was to cold. The
Coconut is to die for, and no matter how many kilos
they order, it sells out quickly. Earl Grey 69 is
another one that sells quickly. It was an award winning tea
at the World Tea Expo in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, they were sold
out at the event at the museum.
For those who have never experienced fine teas, the RaleighTeaGschwender is a
cultural journey through several countries. The staff is
knowledgeable about all aspects of tea from the garden to the
cup...the focus is totally on the teas, even though, they carry a
line of tea accessories for the convenience of their
customers. TeaGschwendner is new
to the American market, but it is widely recognized in Europe and
Latin America. They buy directly from the growers, never in
auctions or through middlemen. The teas are screened in the
fields as well as in their laboratories in Germany for metals
and pesticides. Only the finest teas are offered in the
shop. Avid tea drinkers will be stunned by the selection of
over 250 teas. Some names are easily recognized while others
are very rare and limited.
The shop is open seven days a week from 10-7 Monday-Saturday and
12-6 on Sunday. Want to know more about teas?
tea tasting classes the second and third week of the month.
In addition to these events, they will schedule private tea
tastings for small groups or clubs. Call the manager to
discuss your needs. Don't live in Raleigh, they will ship
within the state for less than $5.
The Cameron Village subdivision in
Raleigh, NC is one oldest areas in Raleigh, NC. Work on the
Cameron Village neighborhood began 1940’s. The early 1950’s saw the
construction of the Cameron Village Shopping Center. This made
Cameron Village one of the most desirable locations in Raleigh. In
addition, the Cameron Village Condominiums, which date from the
same era, are located on the neighborhood’s border along several
Cameron Village is a unique combination of traditional
architecture, casual country style and modern conveniences. Many of
houses in the development are sprawling and spacious ranch-style
homes. Amenities available in Cameron Village compare favorably to
those offered by other subdivisions. There are several newer
neighborhoods close Cameron Village with plenty of
inter-neighborhood activity to keep the residents engaged and
One of the local landmarks is the Occidental Building.
Constructed in 1955, this building is a prime example of an
“international style” office building. Once almost demolished to
make room for newer development, the Occidental Building was saved
and preserved by a partnership of an architectural firm and a
construction firm. The building has a “prominent location and grand
stature” that the owners are committed to reestablishing.
Cameron Village is an ideal place to
live not only because of the quality construction of the homes but
also because it’s conveniently located. It’s just a short walk to a
shopping center and a short drive to North Carolina State
University, Glenwood South and beautiful Fred Fletcher Park.
Cameron Village combines ambience of the 1940’s and 1950’s with the
classic architectural lines of landmarks like the Occidental
Building. The result is a unique community with an unmistakable
Stanton Homes, Design/Build Custom Home Builder in North Carolina (Stanton Homes - Our family designs and builds custom homes for your family)
Cameron Village Custom Homes Lots
for Sale - Raleigh 27607
We've discovered another great Raleigh new home
community you might enjoy. Looking to build a custom
home in Raleigh? Check out these available lots in Cameron
Stanton Homes helps make it easy to find the right place
to build your new home, by putting together information on
great new home communities, lots and land throughout the Triangle
area. All information per MLS, and current as of posting
Cameron Village is a subdivison located in
central Raleigh inside the beltline off of Wade Ave and Oberlin
The excellent location of Cameron Village makes it a high-demand
area for home buyers, and open lots in this part of Raleigh
More than just offering a lot for your custom home,
Cameron Village is truly the height of
customization. There are actually three smaller lots
together, so you can choose exactly how much land
you want to build your custom home on.
Right across the street from these Cameron Village lots
is a large park, with open fields, benches, and a large
grill, perfect for summer cookouts.
Cameron Village is on the city of Raleigh water and sewer
system, and has natural gas.
All utilities are prepared and in-place on the
lot and ready to be installed in a custom home.
Average home prices for the Cameron Village neighborhood are
generally between $150K - $400K.
Demographics for Cameron Village indicate homeowners of all
ages, with a concentration of younger homeowners in their 20s and
Cameron Village is a rare opportunity to have a
custom home built to your exact wishes on a lot exactly the size
Cameron Village offers the convenient location
of central Raleigh and the customization to fit your desires for a
new custom home.
How much does it cost to build a new home in Cameron
Village? Find out here!
DISCLAIMER: The above data is furnished for informational
purposes only. Neither Stanton Homes Inc nor its agents warranty
the completeness or accuracy of this data. Prospective buyers
should verify all data that is pertinent to their particular needs,
or at least provide for such verification as a condition of their
offer to purchase. The information being provided is for consumers'
personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose
other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be
interested in purchasing. In addition Stanton Homes makes no claim
to ownership of either the information provided or the properties
contained therein. Data provided by the Triangle MLS as of
Call 919-278-8070 to find out more about new
homes in the Raleigh area today.
copyright Stanton Homes 2006-2013. Unauthorized use
is not permitted. Provided for informational purposes only,
no claims are made by Stanton Homes regarding the validity of
any statements. Please note: all listing
information per MLS, and current as of posting date.
Information subject to change. Stanton Homes does not make
claims to ownership of any lot listings, but can work with
homebuyers to purchase available lots and build. Home plans
to be approved on an individual basis, subject to neighborhood
restrictive covenants and lot restrictions. Ask for further
information regarding any community, lot or floor plan.
Photos represent typical homes and details of each neighborhood, to
help highlight different options available in the Raleigh/Triangle
area. No claim of ownership is made to homes or land
Bobby Carroll, Real Estate Marketing (Dakno Marketing)
As Monday's go, mine was going really well. I had even updated
my Facebook status to say "Bobby is having a great
day!" Why was this Monday such an awesome day. Life is all
about how you view it, and I made a conscious decision to don my
"rose colored glasses" and make it a great day. Plus, the fact that
Brad and I had completed our mission to build a
TV studio provided a dose of satisfaction. Why build a TV studio?
To stream live video webinars like our Blogging BootCamp, a Social Media
BootCamp (in the planning stages) as well as some FREE live
streaming real estate marketing webinars. Life was (and is)
Hanging with the Boss!
Little did I know Brad's invitation to grab some lunch and go
with him to the post office to process his passport request would
take a really cool twist. I always relish hanging out with my boss!
I hope you can say the samething about yours.
Brad Headed North of the Border
A passport is required for Brad to travel to Canada next month
when he speaks with Coach Ken at a RE/MAX
conference. Anytime you mix the Federal Government (passport
request) and the post office, you face a lengthy wait and the
height of inefficiency. After lunch, we headed to the post office
to submit Brad's passport application. Brad called me from inside
to say "I'm number six in line and the line is going
nowhere". With that, I headed for the nearest Starbucks in
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