8120 Lloyd Allyns Way, Raleigh, NC 27615
SOLDNOV 17, 2020

8120 Lloyd Allyns Way
Raleigh, NC 27615

North Raleigh

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Schools
1 Elementary School
1 Middle School
1 High School
Crime
Lowest crime relative to the rest of Wake county.
Commute
98% of residents commute by car.
Shop & Eat
45 Restaurants
7 Groceries
5 Nightlife

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Description

This property is no longer available to rent or to buy.
Midtown Raleigh home with a lake view! Full walkout basement and over 4000 square feet, this 3 bedroom + 3 full bath, 2 half bath town home has room for everyone! 2 story LR greets you, HW floors on main level, DR w/coffered ceiling, open kitchen w/ SS appliances, granite counters, breakfast area & FR w/fireplace, views of lake & fountain, Master on main, 2 bed/2 full bath w/office & loft upstairs, basement w/bonus, rec area, workshop & 1/2 bath, deck overlooks lake, low maintenance living, walk to shops.

Home Details for 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way

  • Basement
  • Heating: Forced Air, Electric, Gas
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Property Type: Townhouse
  • Types of Rooms: Walk In Closet
  • Vaulted Ceiling
  • Wet Bar
  • Dishwasher
  • Disposal

Price History for 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way

11/17/2020
Sold
$519K

10/07/2020
Pending
$525K

10/02/2020
Listed For Sale
$525K

01/27/2017
Sold
$1.26M

10/28/2016
ListingRemoved
$500K

10/06/2016
PriceChange
$500K

08/13/2016
Listed For Sale
$530K

04/27/2009
Sold
$428K

10/23/2008
Sold
$2.3K

07/24/2003
Sold
$426K

Property Taxes and Assessment

Year2019
Tax$5,647
Assessment$485,510
Home facts updated by county records

Price Trends

For homes in 27615
*Based on the
Trulia Estimate
$362,169
Typical home value
This home: $519,000 43% above*
$205
Typical Home Value by sqft
This home: $126 38% below*

Comparable Sales for 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way

Address
Distance
Property Type
Sold Price
Sold Date
Bed
Bath
Sqft
1.78
Single-Family Home
$419,445
10/30/20
3
3
2,154
1.85
Single-Family Home
$495,000
10/29/20
4
3
3,387
2.53
Single-Family Home
$493,500
10/28/20
4
4
3,290
1.81
Single-Family Home
$560,000
11/10/20
4
3
2,886
2.18
Single-Family Home
$647,350
11/02/20
5
5
5,896
3.30
Single-Family Home
$513,000
11/03/20
4
4
3,563
1.99
Single-Family Home
$516,000
10/26/20
4
4
3,075
2.13
Single-Family Home
$458,000
10/29/20
3
3
2,321
1.00
Single-Family Home
$405,000
11/18/20
3
3
1,969
0.21
Townhouse
$440,000
11/02/20
4
3
2,661
Home facts updated by county records

Assigned Schools

These are the assigned schools for 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way.
Sanderson High
  • 9-12
  • Public
  • 2050 Students
Wake County School District
4/10
GreatSchools Rating
Parent Rating Average
Looking back, Sanderson was the perfect high school for my kid. The size kept things manageable without them being lost in a sea of faces. Teachers reached out at critical times.,My kid was not a genius nor high enough to be a junior Marshall BUT the preparation in the honors and AP courses prepared them so well they got accepted into all universities applied to and is performing at the highest rank possible as freshman in top tier school! The Academy of Finance is a hidden treasure in terms of preparing the child for real life exposure to computer programs, budgeting and business courses in college. Now they are a full year ahead of people in the business school already with a great resume. Sanderson was small enough to accommodate a lot of kids who might not have played at larger schools in the athletics arena. Special needs kids were treated to a wonderful club students volunteered in to make them feel special. The rankings do not take into account the high number of disadvantaged students who go to Sanderson but who make it a great place to learn about different populations in the real world. College was a seamless transition for my kid because they were at a school where the focus was not on rich kids driving up in fancy cars. The “relaxed” casual vibe meant kids were dressed fairly simply and They could bust it in the APhonors courses or find niches in ROTC or drama etc. Just ask admissions counselors how well they have taken to Sanderson students ;) I feel strongly that “education“ should include developing interpersonal skills with different types of people. The environment at Sanderson cultivates this because it is so eclectic and I appreciated growth opportunities that exposure to immigrants, etc. provided us. The parents involved in the school deeply cared and made significant contributions. It is a public school and cannot be expected to have unlimited resources nor enough counselors for the need but while my kid was there and Dr. Decker was the principal for the most part kids were manageable and had whatever opportunities they chose to take advantage of right before them.I’m always shocked that SandersonHS is not ranked higher given the success rate I have seen. Sad. One more thing... Every school has its cliques but at S it didn’t seem to be the driving part of the culture. Walk the halls and you’ll see wide diversity is accepted as normal.
Parent Review
9mo ago
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What Locals Say about North Raleigh

At least 425 Trulia users voted on each feature.
93%
It's dog friendly
91%
Car is needed
85%
There are sidewalks
84%
Parking is easy
77%
There's holiday spirit
72%
Streets are well-lit
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  • 1w ago
"This is an older, established neighborhood where all generations interact and connect - but without the cookie-cutter look and overly-planned environment. Safe streets for walking, running, and riding bikes. Close to great shopping, restaurants, and schools."
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  • 4w ago
"Even though it's a quiet neighborhood... there's lots of shopping and entertainment here in North Raleigh. "
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  • 1mo ago
"I live here and I love it. Kids, school, area is great. Everything is close by. I will definitely recommend the area. "
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  • 2mo ago
"We don’t have any community events in my specific neighborhood so I can’t comment on that. The neighborhood is safe, quiet, and clean"
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  • 2mo ago
"It's diverse and economically growing like the rest of Raleigh, NC & it's really close to Wake Forest, NC."
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  • 2mo ago
"Lots of trained dogs around. Friendly owners. Lots of interaction between dogs on any evening walk. Dogs are on a first name basis. My dog has been walking the community leashless for years "
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  • 3mo ago
"I moved down from NJ a year ago and I love the neighborhood. I like how close everything is. It’s has a suburb mixed with a city vibe"
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  • 4mo ago
"there's a dog park and walking trail. pet supermarket in Sutton Square near Rise. the sidewalks are all well kept here and there are several nature trails to go on."
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  • 4mo ago
"I don’t have much of an opinion on what I think is important for parents to know as I don’t have any children of my own. I think this area appears to be safe and pleasant for children as far as I have observed. Kids play outside with and without parent supervision and it seems everyone feels very safe and protected and neighbors seem to keep vigil about the surroundings in general. "
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  • 4mo ago
"Friendly people and many different types of restaurants very close. Lots of trails to walk on and parks all over. "
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  • 4mo ago
"Lots of sidewalks and lots of other owners walking their dogs. Wide variety of dogs. Most people walking their dogs are very friendly."
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  • 5mo ago
"It is a central location, very close to I540, 440, Triangle Town Center and Crabtree Valley Mall, among other locations. "
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  • 5mo ago
"Very nice and friendly I like it a lot always wanted to live here best side of town to live on...been looking for a place over here "
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  • 5mo ago
"Lots of community get togethers and playing in the streets. People are courteous of pedestrians and the trails are beautiful! "
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  • 5mo ago
"Nice mix of families and older people, pets. Quiet most of the time. We have lived here for 2 years. "
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  • 5mo ago
"People are always out walking around with dogs and little kids. This is a great area and love that it’s closer to downtown"
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  • 6mo ago
"I lived in Raleigh for over 3years and loved every minute of it. It’s convenient, especially North Raleigh. We loved it so much that I even moved my family from up north here!"
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  • 6mo ago
"It’s a beautiful place to stay. Very safe and welcoming. Everything is close by, neighbors are extremely friendly. "
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  • 8mo ago
"There are regular community events such as barbecues, cookie exchanges, block parties, etc.............. "
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  • 9mo ago
"I have lived here for 12 years and I love how everything is conveniently located. We enjoy the many parks and trails. "
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  • 10mo ago
"I drive myself in my car about a total of 6 minutes. I see buses but do not use them. It’s easy commute if I don’t hit traffic on falls around 7:30 am"
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  • 1y ago
"30min drive to RTP, downtown, or Cary. 15min to airport. Less than 10min to all and any services or shopping."
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  • 1y ago
"I see people walking their dog every day, at anytime and I see a lot of people running and excising in the neighborhood."
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  • 1y ago
"They would like sidewalks with grass area as well to exercise the dogs plus have a designated area to potty."
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  • 1y ago
"Good place to walk a dog on the street. Plenty of the neighbors have dogs. Not too much traffic and a lot of green space. "
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  • 1y ago
"Community pool. Close to schools, beautiful trails / greenway , close to movie theater, restaurants and shopping "
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  • 1y ago
"there are always fun things going on in and around Raleigh. I don't know if events would be the best way to describe it but I think Durant Nature Park being right next door makes this place so special as well as the many surrounding parks/trails."
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  • 1y ago
"I live on the green way we have owls deer and other wildlife it a great place to walk your dogs and ride bikes or jog "
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  • 1y ago
"it's quiet and everybody is as friendly as you'd like a neighbor to be. lots of bunnies though. Like actual rabbits. "
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  • 1y ago
"Ice cream and s'mores socials are a definate highlight. There is also a good diversity amongst nationalities and ages in the neighborhood. Love that it is older and established with beautiful natural feel. "
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  • 1y ago
"Easy access to 540. Heavy traffic at peak times especially around the access point on Falls of Neuse. "
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  • 1y ago
"Feels safe ... area turning over again for younger families . Beautiful, friendly area . Parks , swimming, libraries, playgrounds , churches, synagogues , mosques.... etc . "
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  • 1y ago
"there are many great families and shopping in the area. its a wonderful place to live and work and play. "
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"Close to shops, markets and public transportation. Quick commute to Downtown Raleigh. Lots of parks, trails, restaurants "
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  • 1y ago
"Lots of kids in the area, but also I’ve seen some drug deals in the area so I keep to myself mostly "
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8120 Lloyd Allyns Way, Raleigh, NC 27615 is a 3 bedroom, 5 bathroom, 4,112 sqft townhouse built in 2003. 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way is located in North Raleigh, Raleigh. This property is not currently available for sale. 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way was last sold on Nov 17, 2020 for $519,000. The current Trulia Estimate for 8120 Lloyd Allyns Way is $528,693.