Where's the best Raleigh neighborhood for singles?

Single, young professionals are often looking for different things in a perfect home than families or empty-nesters. You likely want to live in a place that's surrounded by like-minded individuals who enjoy going out for a cocktail after work, but aren't interested in the crazy party scenes you may have liked in college. Luckily, homebuyers in their mid-20's and 30's have a variety of options when searching homes for sale in Raleigh-Durham.

Although you might no longer be an undergraduate student, the great thing about living in a college town is the diverse array of people it attracts. There are many restaurants and bars in the Triangle that provide a quiet place to get out and meet graduate students, associates and students who have graduated and stayed to begin their careers. Downtown Chapel Hill is a good place to live to mingle with young professionals associated with the University of North Carolina. The urban culture and cuisine in the area are perfect for people who enjoy spending an evening out on the town.

Downtown Raleigh is another popular place for young singles. There are many residential housing options such as high-end condos, and over 150 bars and coffee shops perfect for meeting new friends.