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Historic Homes for Sale

Find Your Legacy in the Triangle

Do you crave a stunning home with original architectural details and a unique history? From the streets of Raleigh's Mordecai neighborhood to the oldest parts of Durham, the Triangle area features a number of historic homes and communities that could be the perfect place to put down roots. If you want to become part of our area's history, we'd love to find a property with a past that's almost unique as you!

Have questions or want to know more about the Raleigh real estate market? Contact Linda Craft Team Realtors at (919) 235-0007 for additional advice about buying a historic home.

Attention Homeowners!

Triangle buyers are willing to pay a premium for historic homes, especially if they've been recently restored or are in great condition. If you are even considering selling your home, we'd love to help you maximize your equity. Get started by requesting a free home evaluation to see just how much your home is worth in today's competitive market!

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The Perks of Buying a Historic Home

Unique charm

Newer homes come with some perks, but there's nothing quite like marveling at the fabled charm of a historic home here in the Triangle. Our area has countless notable neighborhoods from which to choose, and older properties often come with original features like hardwood flooring, stained glass windows, built-ins, and so much more.

Higher property values

Historic properties—especially if they're well-preserved—can sell for even more than a brand-new home. So long as you keep your older home in good condition over time, you can expect to see an impressive return on investment within a few years.

Endless potential

Many buyers believe that historic homes come with countless expenses. Depending on a home's condition, this could be true—but if you're interested in a fixer-upper, buying a historic home at a lower price and restoring it will give you the customization you crave. And best of all, it doesn't have to be expensive if you choose a place with good bones! 

Tax incentives

Believe it or not, some historic homes qualify for state and local tax exemptions offered by the government. You might also be eligible for a lower interest loan if you plan on restoring a home or maintaining it.

Plant Roots in the Triangle

If you're thinking of buying a historic home in the Raleigh area, then it's time to contact Linda Craft Team Realtors. Not only do we have years of experience helping Triangle buyers, but we also know the ins and outs of the area and the buying process! If you're ready to get started, give our team a call at (919) 235-0007!