If you are looking for more than just another condo building in Downtown Raleigh to reside in, The Cotton Mill is the place for you.
Originally constructed in 1890 as a textile processing mill, this grand old building was converted into 50 unique condominiums in 1996. Situated across the tracks from Seaboard Station (once a major rail station in Raleigh) and Peace College, the Cotton Mill now serves as a home for residents who enjoy a close proximity to downtown Raleigh as well as easy access to Research Triangle Park, RDU International Airport, Durham, Chapel Hill and the rest of the Triangle region.
All condos feature high ceilings (14'-17'), and large windows providing an abundance of natural light and excellent views. Throughout the building are exposed timber beams that are well over a hundred years old.
Enjoying the benefit of living in a building on the National Historic Building Registry means you will also benefit from the 50% Historic Property Tax Credit.
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