Hungry Neck North Apartments for Rent
The Hungry Neck North neighborhood of Raleigh encompasses the 27601 ZIP code. It’s bordered by North Swan Street to the east and several smaller roads to the west. Moseley Lane serves as the northern border of the community, while East Edenton Street is its southern boundary.
Hungry Neck North is a very small community in size and population. At 0.004 square mile, it has less than two dozen permanent residents. Almost half of the homes in the neighborhood are single-family, detached residences that vary in architectural style. There are also attached units and duplexes in this community.
The neighborhood is very family-friendly. Families and dog walkers are often be seen strolling down the tree-lined streets of the community.
The massive Historic Oakwood Cemetery and Mausoleum, considered a Raleigh landmark, is just to the northeast of the neighborhood. It was established in 1869 and is the oldest non-profit, private cemetery in the city. While it is still a functional cemetery, selling plots, it houses the remains of more than 1,500 Confederate soldiers.
Mordecai Historical Park, within easy walking distance to the north of Hungry Neck North, houses the Mordecai Plantation Manor, which was built in 1785. It also has a museum and open parkland. Other nearby parks within walking distance include Moore Square, Alexander Square, and Durant Nature Park.
The Hungry Neck North neighborhood is also near many local colleges, making it an ideal place for students to live. Peace College is only a half mile northwest of the neighborhood, while St. Augustine’s College is less than a mile to the northeast. Shaw University is a little less than a mile southwest of the community.