Hayes Barton Terrace Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
With large lots wrapped in towering pines and bending hardwoods, the houses in Hayes Barton Terrace are well-cloaked for some privacy and a good deal of space. Residents of this neighborhood enjoy large two-story, well-established homes composed of brick and vinyl siding. This community has age-old wisdom and the character of youth combined.
One of the benefits to the Hayes Barton Terrace district is seclusion-minded landscaping, and in some cases privacy fencing. Many manicured yards have decorative trees such as Weeping Willow or Crepe Myrtle. Bushes shaped and squared line front walkways. A few of the dwellings have a diverse look while others look quite grand.
This district is located near Oberlin Road and Wade Avenue. The area is steeped in open mystery and in some places, a little history. Nearby attractions include the NC Museum of Art, the NC State Government Museum of History and the State Library of North Carolina Archives and History.
The Five Points Historical Landmark is within this district. The landmark includes an old gas station, ancient Hayes Barton Baptist Church and a massive five point intersection of major thoroughfares. This cross section of the Hayes Barton vicinity connects many of Raleigh’s major roads to US Highways 50 and 70.
The NC State University Bell Tower monument is a World War I Memorial for alumni veterans. The bell tower is 115 feet tall and a historical wonder. Residents enjoy walking to this site.
The Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, within two miles, is a performing arts facility that features comedy, music concerts, opera, ballet and theater.
The Capital City Club, also within this area, is a members-only club that residents in this district enjoy. This club is popular for its skyscraper location, the breathtaking view, delicious dining and elite weddings.
Hayes Barton Terrace is a desirable location for commuting convenience, value, history and elite social functions.