Historic Chapel Hill
Beauty and charm abound in the historic districts of Chapel Hill. Oak tree-lined streets inspire nostalgic long walks. Many historic homes have been renovated to their original luster along with modern amenities. All of these neighborhoods are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and most homes were built in the early 1900s. Here’s a taste of the most distinctive neighborhoods that Chapel Hill has to offer.
Tucked away just off campus, the Gimghoul neighborhood abounds in beauty and mystery. Gimghoul Castle remains a mysterious landmark for the neighborhood with a fascinating history.
Located within walking distance to UNC-Chapel Hill and many downtown restaurants and businesses, this neighborhood elicits feelings of a bygone era.
Located on the west side of campus, this district is within walking distance to UNC Hospitals, providing convenience and nostalgia.
The gracious streets, ancient trees, and unique homes of the Gimghoul neighborhood are highlighted in this video. Enjoy!