Cotton Place Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina offers those seeking an urban community and neighborhood with a unique opportunity called Cotton Place. Specifically, Cotton Place is a downtown community, placed in an urban setting and located to the northeast of Raleigh’s Downtown and to the immediate south of New Bern Avenue. Located just one block off of New Bern Avenue, as well as in close proximity to East Edenton Street, Poole Road, and South Tarboro Street, Cotton Place enjoys a location of superior convenience and access to most of Downtown Raleigh’s popular destinations.
For example, within blocks of the Cotton Place neighborhood, residents of the community can walk to any number of locales, like Marbles Kids Museum, the North Carolina State Capitol, the Museum of Natural Sciences, St. Augustines College, Roberts Park, Shaw University, and Chavis Park. A short drive away from the Cotton Place community, residents can find Peace College, Oakwood Park, Lions Park, and Raleigh Country Club. By way of further orientation, State Employees’ Credit Union and Trinity United Faith Center Church are both located on the eastern boundary of the Cotton Place community.
Most of the values for the homes in the Cotton Place community hover around the $80,000 mark and the higher values top $120,000. The early twentieth century homes in Cotton Place are established and historic, with many constructed as early as the 1920s. As a result, aesthetics like mantels, trimwork and hardwood floors are commonplace in this historic neighborhood. Hence, remodels in the late 1990s are common occurrences for many of the homes in the Cotton Place neighborhood.