What to Expect in the 2016 Triangle Real Estate Market

laptop with graph of market changes

The 2015 real estate market saw low interest rates and a healthy supply of homes for new buyers. MLS reported a 9% increase in sales. In 2016, Wake County taxes are set to increase as well as home interest rates, but that should not deter serious home buyers from seeking out new real estate investments.

Wake County Tax and Interest Rates Will Rise

Wake County’s octennial tax reassessment goes into effect in 2016, raising property value and mortgage prices across the county. The Federal Reserve is also anticipated to raise fixed-rate 30-year mortgage rates to 4.2% (from its current 3.92%) by the end of 2016 due to the increase in job availability and economic growth.

Fortunately, both mortgage interest and property taxes are tax deductible every year for homeowners. You can calculate your monthly mortgage payments, as well as find out information about local lenders and mortgage prequalification, on our mortgage information page.

Advice for Closing on a Home Placed Under Contract in 2015

coin stacks increasing in heightIf you are in the middle of a home purchase and have not locked in your interest rate with your mortgage company or checked the new property tax liability against your qualification ratios, you may want to call your lender ASAP.

Mortgage payments are broken down into (PITI) — the Principle down payment, Interest from the lender, property Taxes, and Homeowner’s Insurance. If less than a 20% down payment is made, private mortgage insurance could apply depending upon loan type. Many mortgage programs require the PITI to be less than or equal to 28% of the borrower’s monthly income. If you barely qualified (say at 27%), the increase in property tax could disqualify you for eligibility.

Locked interest rates hold for an average of 60 days, giving you enough time to close without complications.

Outlook for the 2016 Wake County Housing Market

Despite the tax variance and increased interest rates in 2016, the housing market in the Triangle and Wake County looks to remain similar to 2015.

Choose Linda Craft & Team, Realtors

professional group photo of Linda Craft & Team, RealtorsAlthough rates are rising, it is a sign that the economy is doing much better than it has in previous years. The real estate market is stable and finding the home of your dreams will continue to be a solid investment for your future.

When you are ready to take the next step in purchasing a new home, let our experts at Linda Craft & Team, Realtors guide your way. As a team, we are able to fully assist you with all of your real rstate needs, 24 hours a day. Our efforts over the past 30 years have made us the #1 real estate team in the Triangle!

Contact us today at (919) 235-0007 and learn what home buying resources and services we can offer you.

3 Reasons Why Bay Leaf Farm Defines Luxury Living in North Raleigh

oak tree on a well manicured lawn“Private,” “sophisticated,” and “elegant” are words that come to mind when home buyers and homeowners think of North Raleigh’s Bay Leaf Farm community.

With lush landscaping, elaborate entrances, and estate-sized homes gracing the gated community, it’s easy to see why this neighborhood is so appealing. Here are the top 3 reasons why Bay Leaf Farm is the best luxury community in Raleigh.

3. Don’t Worry About Development

Bay Leaf Farm is a private neighborhood in North Raleigh in a protected watershed, meaning that this area will remain unaffected by encroaching development and allow for privacy, style, and elegance to remain as a top priority.

There are only 23 home sites with each one offering 2-4 acres helping to maintain the custom lifestyle and exceed your expectations.

2. North Raleigh’s Luxuries Are Close By

canoe on a lakeNorth Raleigh offers the best of everything. Bay Leaf Farm is close to Falls Lake for boating, hiking, and mountain biking, and also offers trails for horseback riding.

The proximity to Research Triangle Park and the RDU airport make it an excellent location to capitalize on our universities, industries, and travel opportunities by way of Highway 540. In addition, many private schools such as Ravenscroft and Trinity Academy are nearby, making this area home to top executives and professional athletes such as the Carolina Hurricanes.

1. Your Address is Prestigious

The most expensive homes in Wake County are found in the exclusive Bay Leaf Farm community. Home values range from $1 million to $7 million, and estates offer over 7,000 square feet of living space. Now, in addition to the prestigious address of this Raleigh luxury neighborhood, a home in Bay Leaf Farm typically offers:

  • private pool
  • 10-foot ceilings
  • butler’s pantry
  • heated floors
  • wine cellars
  • wet bar
  • home theaters
  • home office
  • formal rooms
  • outdoor living areas
  • and much more!

Bay Leaf Farm sets the standard for luxury in North Raleigh with its impressive home features.

Choose Bay Leaf Farm for Your Luxury Lifestyle

With luxury as its standard and elegance as a top priority, Bay Leaf Farm encompasses everything that you are looking for in a dream home. Experience everything this Raleigh luxury neighborhood has to offer by seeing it in person.

Search through the available homes for sale to find the luxury home that matches your unique lifestyle, and contact us today at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com to schedule a showing.

Why Harrington Grove in Raleigh is the Perfect Neighborhood

entrance to Harrington Grove neighborhood in RaleighHarrington Grove has everything you’re looking for — fun events, the best location, and a neighborhood Swim & Racquet Club (which is not mandatory to join).

But that certainly is not all. Here are the top reasons why this community is an ideal place to call home in the great city of Raleigh.

Location, Location, Location

Harrington Grove is located in the most northern part of Raleigh and offers great Wake County schools close by, walking trails within the neighborhood, and lots of friendly get-togethers sponsored by the HOA.

If you work in the Research Triangle Park or love to travel, RDU International Airport is only a few miles away on highway 540. RTP, Duke, and several hospitals are easy to get to from Harrington Grove.

There is Always Something to Do

For those who enjoy water recreation, Falls Lake is close by for swimming, boating, fishing, camping, water skiing, kayaking, and hiking trails.

If you like adventures, Go Ape high ropes course is a few miles away located at Blue Jay Point County Park. (The Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® team tried out the high ropes course for a team-building exercise earlier this month and loved it!)

Harrington Grove neighborhood pool and deckThe Harrington Grove Swim & Racquet Club is located within the neighborhood but it’s not mandatory to join, making that a fantastic option for some.

The club offers an Olympic sized swimming pool, baby pool, swim team, and swim lessons. They also have tennis courts with lessons available for adults and kids, as well as leagues for those who want to test their skills through competition.

Its Homes are in High Demand

Of course, the best reasons to love Harrington Grove are the beautiful homes that make up this neighborhood. Homes in this high-demand area always have an excellent history of appreciating.

View all the available listings in Harrington Grove to see what’s currently for sale in this neighborhood, or sign up for your personal Property Organizer account to save your searches and your favorite properties.

Find Your Dream Home in Harrington Grove

If Harrington Grove in Raleigh sounds like the perfect place to call home, we have all of the information you need to learn more about the community and its homes.

Visit the neighborhood page to find out everything you need to know. You can even request a tour of this neighborhood to see what it’s like in person.

We also have everything you need to know about buying a home in Raleigh, including starting your mortgage pre-qualification.

Connect with us today by calling 919-235-0007 or emailing linda@lindacraft.com and we can show you your dream home in Harrington Grove.

Pie Day 2015 was a Success! We Appreciate All Our Clients

pies lined on a table for Pie Day 2015 at Linda Craft & Team, REALTORSFor years now, Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® has been offering Thanksgiving pies to ALL past and current clients as a way to say thank you for their business.

This process has grown over time, and this year we passed out over 700 pies to our lifelong clients!

Two of our seven values are Relationships and Service, and by treating our clients to pies we are demonstrating our values in action and paying it forward.

Relationships Make Pie Day a Success

How does our office take on such a huge project?

We work with the fantastic team at Costco making sure we place a giant order back in early October. We reach out to every single past and current client, asking them what flavor of pie they would like – apple or pumpkin. Our team gathers that data and gives Costco a final count about a week prior to Thanksgiving.

On the Tuesday morning before Thanksgiving, our team takes the Team moving trucks to Costco, loads the hot pies fresh from the oven, and unloads them at our office that afternoon, making sure the office is ready for all the visitors throughout the day on Wednesday.

Linda Craft & Team at Costco for Pie DayWe Truly Appreciate Our Clients

Pie Day is always a favorite for the team! Seeing friends we haven’t seen in a while, reconnecting for the holidays, and serving the community is important for all of us here.

Free Thanksgiving pies are just one of many additional perks of working with Linda Craft & Team to buy or sell your home.

At Linda Craft & Team, Our Clients are Our Friends

One of our greatest pleasures is being able to stay in touch with our past clients and become lifelong friends with our current clients, and we offer several free services and client appreciation events to benefit our friends and show how much we appreciate them.

But one major benefit that we offer is making your Raleigh home buying or selling process so much easier.

Whether it’s detailed Triangle area relocation information and an easy-to-use home search (or free home finder assistant) or whether it’s client reviews and a library of home selling informational videos that you want, we can provide any of the tools and data that you need to make the transition to your new home a success.

Want to find out how you can join our tight-knit group of friends and benefit from our free client services? Contact us today at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com and we can start building a lasting relationship.

Get Involved at Friday’s 6th Annual Sound Cartel Food Drive

cans of food at a food driveLinda Craft & Team, REALTORS® will again be supporting the 6th annual Food Drive held this Friday night, November 20th at Mosaic Wine Lounge on Jones Street in downtown Raleigh. Our team members will also be making donations and supporting this fantastic cause.

In addition to our team, it’s also being supported by GiGi’s Cupcakes in Brier Creek and 919 Magazine. The food collected and donations made will benefit Raleigh’s Food Bank and the Durham Rescue Mission.

If you’re out and about in Raleigh on Friday night, please stop by!

Support Your Raleigh Community with Sound Cartel

This event is organized by Sound Cartel, which is a house music group that was founded with social consciousness in mind. Marshall Jones and Nogui Aramburo (team member at Linda Craft & Team and also known as DJ Nugz on the side) have been involved in the dance music scene for more than 20 years combined.

Friends of many years, and driven by their passion for house music, they joined forces in 2009 to bring you quality music, quality DJs, and quality events. This is the sixth year in a row that they have organized this fantastic food drive.

Raleigh is a Caring Community

Sound Cartel’s annual food drive is certainly not the only opportunity to get involved in the Raleigh area. If you’re relocating to Raleigh, you’ll find countless ways that you can dedicate your time to serve your community, from volunteering at annual food drives and food banks to working with Habitat for Humanity and other local charities.

Our real estate experts are as invested in the community as you are, and can help your move to the area go smoothly by offering you an easy-to-use tool to search for your dream home and a whole library of home buying resources. Let us know how we can serve you as a future Raleigh resident — call us at 919-235-0007 or email linda@lindacraft.com; we would be happy to talk to you.

Outdoor Adventuring… in Raleigh? Absolutely!

ropes course and zipline in RaleighOn Friday, November 6th the Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® team took some time out for a team-building activity that also supports our year-long health challenge. Ten of us tried out the adventure ropes course located at Blue Jay Point Park in Wake County.

What a blast!

Ziplines and Tree Climbing at Go Ape Adventures

This adventure consists of five different sections, with the first one being a practice to get you used to how to use the equipment. You’re harnessed in with carabineers and safety gear. Each section ended in a zipline starting in the tops of the trees and ending with a landing on the ground.

The challenge was getting to the zipline through various climbing, balancing, and stepping-in-mid-air. If at any point you feel you can’t move to the next section, you can always just watch and cheer for your group!

The Course is Both Easy and Challenging

Some parts of the course were pretty easy, but others were quite challenging with tiny, wobbly ladders, balancing, and strategizing. For every fun item, like the Tarzan swing or zipline, there was an equally challenging piece that you had to work through to earn your reward.

A lot of this course is about trusting yourself – trusting yourself with the ability to manage the equipment while up high, conquering fear and nerves, and also trusting that you CAN do this! It definitely offered opportunities for encouragement and leadership.

If you decide to do the course, be sure to bring gloves or purchase the ones they offer you — it’s worth it!

Yes, You Can Have Outdoor Adventures in Raleigh

Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS at Blue Jay Point in RaleighAre you relocating to the Triangle and looking for attractions like Go Ape Adventures that let you enjoy the great outdoors? The Raleigh area is filled with fun parks and exciting things to do, from Umstead State Park to Falls Lake and just about everything in between.

As Raleigh real estate experts, we have all the resources you need to help you discover Raleigh and its opportunities for living near outdoor adventures: a Raleigh relocation guide, a neighborhood and home quick-search, and a variety of home buying resources specific to the area.

You can even use our advanced search to find your dream home in Raleigh by your ideal price, home features, and even your desired subdivision.

Have you found your dream home and want to see it in person? Contact us today at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com and we can schedule a showing.

What to Do with Your Leftover Halloween Candy

Halloween candy cornIf you have kids or work in an office, there’s a good chance that you’re surrounded by leftover Halloween candy. What do you do about this problem?

Of course there are these standard options: You could eat it, share it, stash it for later, or throw it away. But maybe there’s another option: You might be able to pair that candy in a way to make it even better.

Delectable Beer-And-Candy Pairings

Here at Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® we are always looking for a win-win. Our own Steve Kruger recommends the following beer types and brews below, and you can find the best candy to pair with them here or on this beer and brewing article.


Pair your pure chocolate candies, like M&Ms and Hershey’s fun-sized bars, with these barrel-aged craft beers:

  • Olde Hickory (NC) — The Event Horizon
  • Brooklyn — Black Ops
  • New Holland — Dragon’s Milk

The seasonal release of Olde Hickory’s Event Horizon is not available yet, but it is a great choice if you’re lucky enough to have one in your beer cellar.

Cream Ale

Peanut butter, chocolate, and cream ales — what could be better? Try Reese’s Cups or Reese’s Pieces with these recommendations:

  • Fullsteam (NC) — El Toro Cream Ale
  • Foothills (NC) — Carolina Blonde
  • Catawba Brewing Co. (NC) — Farmer Ted’s Cream Ale


Pair fruity treats like Starburst with these equally delicious pale, fruity ales:

  • Haw River — Rusted Plow Farmhouse Saison
  • Brasserie DuPont — Saison DuPont
  • The Bruery — Saison Rue

If you’ve never had a Saison, Saison DuPont is the benchmark.

Raspberry Ale

Take a bite of luxury with these raspberry ales paired with scrumptious dark chocolates:

  • Mother Earth (NC) — Windowpane Series Raspberry
  • Abita— Purple Haze
  • Founders — Rubaeus

The Windowpane beer has been retired, but it is still available at Total Wine on Capital Boulevard in Raleigh. Don’t be afraid of the fact it’s a year old. This one ages well.


Try malted candies like Butterfingers with these beers:

  • Red Oak (NC)— Seasonal Bocks
  • Ayinger— Celebrator Doppelbock
  • Troeg’s — Troegenator Double Bock

If you’ve never had a Doppelbock, Ayinger’s is the benchmark.


This Craft Beer & Brewing article recommends IPAs with Hot Tamales to balance the flavors, and we recommend the following craft brews:

  • Wicked Weed (NC) — Freak of Nature
  • Lynnwood Grill and Brewing Concern (NC) — Hop On Top
  • Foothills (NC) — Jade
  • Stone — Enjoy By Series or Ruination 2.0
  • Lagunitas — Sucks

It is critical that your IPA is fresh; the closer to the brewing date the better. Check the bottle for a brewed on or best by date. Preferably, IPA should be no more than 3 months old.

At Lynnwood Grill, you can get a fresh growler of this IPA at the restaurant. Even better, go on Wednesday when growler fills are only $10.

Light Lager

Appreciate the subtle taste of the caramel in candy corn and similar sugary treats when paired with these light lagers:

  • Red Oak (NC) — Hummin’bird
  • Oskar Blues (NC) — Mama’s Little Pils
  • Uinta — 801 Pilsner

Milk Stout

Again, pair rich chocolates like Hershey’s bars with these brews and savor the sensation:

  • DuckRabbit (NC) — Milk Stout
  • Left Hand — Nitro Milk Stout
  • Stone — Coffee Milk Stout

If you like coffee, Stone’s Coffee Milk Stout should pair beautifully with milk chocolate.


Get a taste of fall with a cider to complement candied apples and caramel apple-flavored candies.

My recommendation is drive to Bull City Ciderworks in Durham and check out their wonderful assortment of ciders.  Then take home a growler of your favorite. If you don’t want to drive out to Durham though, here are some other options:

  • Naked Apple (NC) — Wicked Peel
  • Angry Orchard — The Muse or any option from their Cider House Collection
  • Crispin — Stagger Lee

Sour Beer

Choose a sweet-and-sour pairing with our personal recommendations:

  • Wicked Weed (NC) — Any sour they brew, especially Serenity
  • Haw River (NC) — Any sour they brew
  • Vichte — Duchesse De Bourgogne (The Belgians are the true Kings of Funk)

Keep an eye out for our wine and candy pairings coming soon! How were our recommendations? Let us know in the comments.

The Triangle: Your Craft Brew and Celebration Paradise

Have you been thinking about relocating to the Triangle area? Do you enjoy craft beers like the ones we mentioned in our beer-and-candy pairings?

The Triangle is home to several areas that are renowned for their local brewing companies and craft beer cultures, including the city of Durham — home of the World Beer Festival.

Does this sound like a great area to call home? We invite you to browse Durham’s neighborhoods and homes for sale and find your new home at the heart of the city, and contact us at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com to schedule a showing of your dream home.

Celebrate Halloween Like a Raleigh Local

Halloween is right around the corner, but it’s not too late for you to take full advantage of the season.

Celebrate Halloween like a true Raleigh local this year by reading tales of haunted mansions, eating pumpkin-filled and pumpkin-flavored foods, and venturing to the area’s best Halloween festivities this year.

Raleigh Haunts and Halloween Treats

You’ll find information below on Ghosts of the Triangle, some tried and true fall recipes, and some tips for enjoying the season from Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS®Do you have a fall favorite that didn’t make our list? Let us know in the comments or contact us. We would love to hear from you.  

"Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS®" on pumpkin with "Ghosts of the Triangle" bookRead Tales of Ghosts and Goblins in the Triangle

It’s not truly Halloween without spooky stories to tell in the dark. To celebrate Halloween like a Raleigh local, it’s time to settle down with a cup of hot cider and a good book about local haunts.

Ghosts of the Triangle is a book written by Richard and William Jackson, highlighting a variety of historical houses that are said to be haunted in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. You can read about the tales of the Dorothea Dix campus, The Carolina Inn, and more in this page-turning book.

If you want to read tales of ghosts and goblins right now, you can find more info on the Duke Mansion and Mordecai Manor here.

Snack on Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

While you’re carving your pumpkin, keep the seeds and set them aside to eat later, and follow these recipes to create tasty snacks to help get you in the fall spirit. (Quick tip: The secret to cooking the seeds correctly is to soak them first.)

This recipe for toasted pumpkin seeds is a fantastic recipe that our real estate team members have used and have had great success with.

And here are two pumpkin recipes created by our team members. These desserts are easy and fun, and perfect for both kids and adults to make.

Spice Up Your Usual Breakfast

If you enjoy cooking breakfast, it’s easy to add “pumpkin pie spice” to your oatmeal. You can also add pumpkin puree to your pancake or waffle mix, adjusting the thickness with milk or water. And if you’re a smoothie fan, you can easily add the spice or canned puree to add the fall flavor to enjoy the season even more.

Celebrate Raleigh Life Best as a Resident

Raleigh is all about celebrating local life, from the simple fall tastes to the extravagant Halloween celebrations throughout the city. But the seasonal fun doesn’t stop for Raleigh residents!

Are you looking to live in a thriving city where every day is a celebration? Then find your new home in Raleigh. As your Raleigh real estate experts, we can help you find the best local neighborhood that offers your desired amenities, and we can even help you find your dream home.

Search for your ideal home by price or features, discover Raleigh’s best neighborhoods, or view our featured properties to find the Raleigh home that is perfect for you.

Have you found your dream home? Contact us today at 919-235-0007 or linda@lindacraft.com to schedule a showing.

Top 3 Reasons to Live in Inman Park

single-family home at Inman Park in RaleighAs Raleigh real estate experts, we know this area very well, and are still impressed with just how many amazing homes and communities that it offers to home buyers.

Each Raleigh neighborhood is different, offering everything from established to brand-new homes, condos, and townhomes, and a way of life that is distinct from every other neighborhood.

Are you relocating to Raleigh and looking for the best place to live? We invite you to discover Inman Park, one of these magnificent Raleigh neighborhoods that has your lifestyle in mind.

Why Live in Inman Park?

The best thing about Inman Park, nestled in the center of Raleigh, is truly its location, location, location. You can live in this one neighborhood through your entire lifespan, building your network and your community all in one place. There are 156 single-family custom homes of all sizes, as well as condos. It’s completely realistic to live in a small or large house or condo and move to a different home size – all in the same neighborhood.

Specifically, here are our three reasons why you should consider finding a home in Inman Park.

3. It’s Close to Everything in Raleigh

There is a greenway that connects the neighborhood to Crabtree in one direction and Shelley Lake in the other, serving as a great place to run, walk, or ride bikes. The greenway system in Raleigh has grown tremendously and connects a majority of the city.

If you enjoy golf, the Carolina Country Club is only a few miles away. Umstead Park is another great source for recreation and is only fifteen minutes away.

In addition to being close to outdoor recreation opportunities, Inman Park is also close to Rex Hospital, the beltline, Crabtree Valley Mall, North Hills, and a variety of trendy restaurants on Glenwood Avenue. You have everything you want and need within easy reach of your Inman Park home.

2. It Has a Deep Sense of Community

If you’re looking for an area with neighborhood pool parties, cookouts, and holiday gatherings that’s close to everything, you have found the right place!

Inman Park’s amenities are a great way to connect with your neighbors and friends, and this neighborhood has plenty of features where you can discover its deep sense of community:

  • pool and cabana
  • neighborhood sidewalks
  • landscaped common areas
  • neighborhood social activities
  • and more!

1. It Has Your Dream Home

This neighborhood has a great location near major highways, a great array of amenities, and a great choice in homes, ranging from $300,000 to $800,000 in price for 2,500- to 5,000-square-foot homes. Inman Park is your dream Raleigh neighborhood.

Find Your Dream Home in Inman Park

Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® knows that location is one of the biggest factors in selecting a long-term home.

Are you interested in finding your new Raleigh home in this excellent neighborhood? You can see all of the current homes for sale in Inman Park or contact our team and we can help you find the property that best matches what you are looking for.

And if you have found “the one,” call 919-235-0007 or email linda@lindacraft.com to schedule your personal tour of your dream home.

Greystone Village, A North Raleigh Residential Treasure

pine cones on a pine treeThe Raleigh area is filled with many fantastic subdivisions offering great neighborhood amenities and entertainment options close to home.

North Raleigh in particular is a popular residential destination, offering impressive communities close to major highways and Raleigh’s natural beauty.

Discover Greystone Village in North Raleigh

Greystone Village is a large community of more than 830 homes and many neighborhoods in North Raleigh. In addition to being in the middle of the Triangle area by thousands of trees and neighborhood lakes, residents also have easy access to main highways and roads leading to RTP, Falls Lake, and downtown Raleigh.

Greystone’s Many Subdivisions

There are a total of 16 subdivisions within Greystone Village, offering established townhomes and single-family homes in a variety of price ranges with diverse home features. Here are just three featured Greystone neighborhoods:

  • The WedgesA single-family home community with over 100 houses, ranging in price from the $100,000s to mid-$200,000s.
  • Windsor WoodsAn intimate neighborhood of single-family homes, typically priced between $340,000 and $450,000.
  • The WoodsA 45-home townhouse community, typically priced around the mid-$100,000s.

Find out more information about these subdivisions and what home features are most popular, and from there you can search for the home that is ideal for you.

Fun Things to Do: Dining, Golfing, and Shopping

Longtime residents of Greystone have seen lots of growth in the past ten years, especially in the area of fun and tasty restaurants. A few dining favorites that come highly recommended are Sola, Gonza Taco & Tequila, Sassool, Poppyseed, Miltons, and Goodberry’s Custard.

In addition to the great restaurants, there’s a large movie theater close by at Six Forks Road, a large city Recreation Center, and Wildwood Green Golf Club. Don’t forget about Whole Foods and the Finley YMCA, as well!

Outstanding Neighborhood Amenities

The Greystone Swim & Racquet Club continues to be a big hit with families in the area. The Club provides swim teams, laps, recreation, tennis, and great opportunities for developing new connections with your neighbors.

Find Your New Home in Greystone

Are you relocating to Raleigh and trying to find the best neighborhood to call home? Greystone offers the best of being in the middle of Raleigh and being close to everything that’s needed at the same time. Start your home search by viewing all of the homes for sale in Greystone in Raleigh.

Have you have found the home of your dreams in this wonderful neighborhood? Contact us today at Linda Craft & Team, REALTORS® by calling 919-235-0007 or emailing linda@lindacraft.com, and we can schedule a showing.