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Preservation Triangle: Showcase for North Carolina’s Triangle Historic & Urban Homes

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Give the gift of "Living History"


If you live in the Triangle, I'm sure you know of at least one area that has historic homes.  Perhaps you've always wanted to live in a historic district but, didn't know where to begin.  Maybe you're a city dweller who's looking for a home with a walkability factor.  Or just maybe, you're a history buff who might even have a little family history tucked away. 


Regardless, you may be excited to find out that Preservation Triangle has recently teamed up with Fonville Morisey Realty to present Historic and Urban living in the North Carolina Triangle in a way it's never been displayed.  Wake, Durham, Chatam, & Orange Counties of North Carolina are making a historic mark at Preservatin Triangle.  So, what does this mean to you?

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First of all, the Preservation Triangle website has a "Living History" section that portrays the rich history of the Triangle.  You can go to the website and read stories submitted about your home town and others.  Even more exciting, this is an opportunity for you to document history by sharing information about the Triangle's legacy.  What a wonderful way to represent the Triangle area and preserve history for future generations.  This will be a site people of all ages visit time and again.

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Second, the Preservation Triangle website serves as a valuable tool for home owners to parade their historic and urban homes for sale with Fonville Morisey Realty.  Homes are displayed in the Preservation Showcase.  The Preservation Showcase website is beautiful and does great justice for these notable and interesting homes.  The Preservation Triangle and Fonville Morisey Realty is the exclusive place to go when selling a historic or urban home.

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Third, buyers will have one central place to look when purchasing a historic or urban home.  They will have comfort knowing the homes listed in the Preservation Triangle Showcase have meet clear guidelines that identify them as historic or urban.  Gaining information has never been easier.


Thank you for reading this post.  For more information about buying or selling a historic or urban home, please contact Carla Freund, Broker, Fonville Morisey Realty 919.602-8489 or cfreund@fmrealty.com.


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About the Author:  Carla Freund is a North Carolina Realtor® with Fonville Morisey Realty, who specializes in buyer and seller real estate services in the Research Triangle.  This includes but is not limited to residential purchase & sales, short sales, first time home buying, buying & selling of luxury homes, new construction, specialty communities, out of area referrals, historic & urban homes,  and corporate relocation.  She represents clients within the cities of Cary, Apex, Raleigh, Morrisville and the surrounding Triangle areas. She is current with transactions in these areas, and very knowledgeable with the local schools and area services.  Visit her active rain site at http://activerain.com/carlafreund


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Comment balloon 4 commentsCarla Freund • September 19 2008 09:16AM


Excellent post Carla! 

Make sure you post these to localism! You'll get a lot of exposure there!

Posted by Tracy Santrock, Raleigh - Cary Realtor/Broker In Charge (Fonville Morisey/Santrock Realty Group, Inc. ) about 12 years ago

Oh my goodness!  Where on earth did you find such a pretty picture of that yellow house?  Your blog is really exciting! I like how you put lotta links in it.  How on earth do you do that?

Posted by Gloriabelle Pikasophtercino (New World Realty) almost 12 years ago

Hi Gloriabelle,

Thank you for your positive comments.  Another AR blogger had suggested using www.iclipart.com for clip art and photos.  You can pay an annual fee and they have thousands of items to choose from.  That is where I found the yellow house.

As for adding the links, there is a hyperlink button on your post toolbar that will allow you to connect your word or phrase to a link. 

I am new to AR myself and have found the experienced AR bloggers to be very helpful.  If you will go to Search on your home page and type in what you would like to know, such as "How do I add a link to my blog", you're very likely to find more than one person giving valuable help.

Best of Luck!

Posted by Carla Freund, Carolina Life RealEstate & Relocation 919-602-8489 (Keller Williams Preferred Realty) almost 12 years ago

Thanks for the headsup.....what a great site....

Posted by Paul almost 12 years ago

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