As the roaring 20’s got underway and Babe Ruth began playing for the Yankees, a fine colonial style home was built overlooking the largest park in Raleigh’s distinctive Cameron Park neighborhood.
At that time, Cameron Park Neighborhood was far out of town.
Now, 98 years later, it’s a desirable historic downtown neighborhood.
The home at 311 W Park Drive is a contributing structure to Cameron Park’s historic designation. As such, it’s a candidate for North Carolina’s renovation tax credits.
It’s now for sale and needs a little TLC to bring back it’s inherent grandeur.
The layout is thoughtful. Circular flow of the first floor is great for entertaining.
Visualize incorporating the butler’s pantry into a beautiful modern Kitchen adjacent to the spacious Dining Room.
Options exist for both upstairs and downstairs master suites.
First floor full bath and master bedroom upgrades have been left unfinished.
Upstairs rooms surround a large central landing.
Envision the smallest room (presently a nursery/office) as a bathroom with private access to the upstairs master bedroom.
Parking is easy off the back alley or on the street out front.
But you won’t need your car as often in this wonderful walkable location.
We’re working on a couple of videos, such as 3D walk through and drone tour. Will post those videos and more photos very soon.
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