Get to Know the area
City of Medicine
Durham is the 4th largest city in North Carolina, and is one of the three cities that make up the corners of the NC Triangle - home to Research Triangle Park. Durham’s population is currently 283,506 which is a heavy contribution to the Triangle ‘s population of 2,079,687. Durham is is about 18 minutes (with no traffic) from Research Triangle Park and Raleigh-Durham International Airport, respectively. Durham is home to several recognized institutions of higher education, most notably Duke University and North Carolina Central University. Durham is also a national leader in health-related activities, which are focused on the Duke University Hospital along with several other private companies which gives it its name “City of Medicine. Durham is home of the minor league baseball team, Durham Bulls and the natives of Durham refers to their beloved city as the “Bull City”. Duke and its Duke University Health System are the largest employers of the city. North Carolina Central University is a historically black university that is part of the University of North Carolina system. Together, the two universities make Durham one of the strongest contributors of talent to the Research Triangle area. Durham has become a hotspot for arts and culture and is home to many festivals, including the Art of Cool. Durham Is about two hours to Charlotte if you want to catch an NBA (Charlotte Hornets) or NFL (Carolina Panthers) game. The City of Durham is three hours from the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and two hours from several of North Carolina’s beautiful beaches.
Neighborhoods Under $200k
Woodbridge Villas, Ellis Place, Greenwood, Villages of Cornwallis, Woodcroft, Woodberry Forest, Lochaven Hills, Whispering Pines, Five Oaks, Warren Park, Landon Farms, Stratford Lake
Neighborhoods Between $200-250k
Bentwood Park, Glenbrook, Allen, Northern Heights, Park Place, Dillard, Pine Grove Park, Arey Spring Park, North Oneals, Sherwood Forest, Brandon Ridge Spring Hill, Bowden Rebekah Prop, College View
Neighborhoods Between $250-300k
Rustica Oaks, Bluffs Of The Eno, Stillwood, Lochaven Hills, American Village, Glennstone, Woodcroft, Cardinal Lake, Swanns Mill, Dillards Lands, The Oaks at Hope Valley, Homestead Heights, Ridgefield
Neighborhoods Between $300-400k
Sunningdale, Settlers Point, Grande Park, Autumn Ridge, Independence Park, Lenox, Dogwood Acres, Hope Valley Farms, Davis Park,, Townes at Brier Creek Crossing, Creekside at Bethpage, Knollwood, Duke Park
Neighborhoods Between $400-500k
The Park, Willow Hill, Woodberry Forest, Woodlake, Carolina Arbors, Shaw Hills Estates, Grandale, Buck Crossing, Royal Troon, Fitzford Estates, Grove Park, Brightleaf, Audubon Park, Chicopee Hills, Southampton, Ashfield Place
Neighborhoods Between $500-600k
Markham Terrace, Treyburn, The Reserve at Southpoint, Carolina Arbors, Chamberlynne, Creekside at Bethpage, Fairfield, Southpoint Trails, University Estates, Ashworth Estates, Trinity Park, Ashton Hall, Bent Creek, Ellis Crossing, Grandale, St Thomas Woods
Neighborhoods Between $600-800k
Willowhaven, Glendale Heights, Hester, Jordan at Southpoint, Hope Valley Farms, Cresset Overlook, Surrey Green, Andrews Chapel, Courtyards at Southpoint, Creekside at Bethpage, Courtyards at Andrews Chapel, Duke University Homesites, 751 South, Trinity Ridge, Carolina Arbors, Piney Mountain, Ellis Crossing
Neighborhoods by Builders
Hope Creek, Colvard Farms, New Hope Valley, Trinity Ridge, Keeneland Manor, Pleasant Green Woods, Surrey Green, Morehead Hills, Hope Valley West, Duke University Homesites, Croasdaile Farm, Cabe Crossing, Timbercrest, Canterbury, Sibling Pine Estate, The Hills at Southpoint, Treyburn, Black Horse Run
Neighborhoods for Investors
Speak to an actual person.
If you have any questions regarding real estate transactions, drop us a line.