Green Level, Wake County, North Carolina

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Green Level Historic District
Green Level, Wake County, North Carolina is located in North Carolina
Green Level, Wake County, North Carolina
Location Jct. Green Level Church, Green Level West Rd., and Beaver Dam Rd., near Cary, North Carolina
Coordinates 35°47′06″N 78°54′11″W / 35.78500°N 78.90306°W / 35.78500; -78.90306Coordinates: 35°47′06″N 78°54′11″W / 35.78500°N 78.90306°W / 35.78500; -78.90306
Area 75 acres (30 ha)
Built 1907 (1907)
Architectural style Gothic Revival, Colonial Revival, et al.
Governing body Private
MPS Wake County MPS
NRHP Reference # 01000340[1]
Added to NRHP April 5, 2001

Green Level is an unincorporated community near the town of Cary in southwestern Wake County, North Carolina, United States. Originally founded around 1800, Green Level is one of the oldest surviving crossroads communities in the Raleigh area.[citation needed]

Although historically connected to the town of Apex, Green Level now lies within the municipal jurisdiction of the rapidly expanding town of Cary. The core of the community has been designated the Green Level Historic District in 2001.[1]

One of the central buildings of the community is Green Level Baptist Church, located near the cross-roads of Green Level Church Road and Green Level West Road.

One main community building is currently the Cloer Nursery. Cloer Nursery is located near Green Level Baptist Church at the crossroads of Green Level Church Road and Green Level Road West. The remains of the old convenience store is still standing and being used. It used to be a gas station but when the law making stations switch out old gas tanks, the Phillips 66 closed.

The only commercial businesses in the area are Cloer Nusery and the Green Level Gift Shop.

Green Level Historic District[edit]

Green Level Historic District is a national historic district located near Cary, Wake County, North Carolina. The districts encompasses 31 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 4 contributing structures in the crossroads community of Green Level. The district developed between about 1890 and 1945, and includes notable examples of Colonial Revival and Gothic Revival, style architecture. Notable buildings include the Green Level Community Store (1945), A. C. and Helon Council House, Green Level Baptist Church (1907), and Alious H. and Daisey Mills Farm and Store (1916).[2]


  1. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09. 
  2. ^ Kelly Lally Molloy and M. Ruth Little (June 2000). "Cary Historic District" (PDF). National Register of Historic Places - Nomination and Inventory. North Carolina State Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 2015-06-01.