Seagroves agents can provide you with comprehensive data that will help you get to know and understand the uniqueness of each area in the Triangle in order to determine the best possible place for you to call home or the best sales price for your home based on neighborhood. For those looking for information about specific neighborhoods in Durham, we have provided you with brief descriptions of the most popular. Not every community and neighborhood are represented here. We’ve chosen to include those that are on the most-wanted lists. We can provide you with information specific to each and every neighborhood within Durham and are happy to provide details as well as market analysis for any and all communities.
Brightleaf at the Park
A New master community built on the Raleigh-Durham transportation line, with quick access to RTP, Downtown Durham, and Downtown Raleigh featuring hundreds of homes, a community pool, clubhouse, playground and more! This community is a convenient location to everything “Triangle.”
Young professionals, families, and adults of every age are all drawn to Downtown Durham where the real estate market is booming. It’s an everyone welcome kind of downtown where you’ll find economic growth, arts, and access to everything an urban mecca can provide.
Fairfield homeowners enjoy large lots with lots of space to move around as well as a community pool and clubhouse. The rural-like setting offers peace and quiet from the hustle and bustle of downtown Durham, with an easy commute to RTP, Downtown Durham, Chapel Hill, or the Raleigh-Cary area.
Hope Valley Farms
As the name suggests, this community is a rural oasis within an urban area. It’s your looking for lakes and creeks and tree-filled property, this is your neighborhood. In Hope Valley Farms you find a peaceful, relaxing environment that’s hard to find.
Settled on 100 acres of tree-lined properties, Parkwood is one of Durham’s oldest neighborhoods. Bursting with cul-de-sacs of single-family residences, the neighborhood also features apartment complexes, townhomes, and condominiums.
Historic preservation is at the heart of this popular neighborhood. For more than 40 years preservation activities have allowed the area to build parks and playgrounds as well as protecting historical homes. If you have a passion for historic properties, this is where you will find your tree-lined home.
Located in southwest Durham near Southpoint Mall, Chancellor’s Ridge boasts 455 homesites. Nestled in a quiet rural-like setting while still providing easy access around the Triangle area. The community features a swimming pool and clubhouse.
Duke Forest in Durham is a neighborhood of homes built from the 1930s to the 1980s and all of the decades in between. The homes are an eclectic mix of traditional, modern, contemporary and colonial styles most just carved out of the wooded area that is Duke Forest.
Featuring Colonial, Tudor, and English Cottage home styles, this neighborhood has a prestigious and historic charm and listings generally don’t stay on the market for long! This community is ideal for buyers who are looking for a quiet neighborhood with easy city access.
With abundant tree-filled streets and properties, this affordable area features beautiful properties including cottages, mid-century, and contemporary home styles. Northgate residents enjoy privacy in a peaceful neighborhood.
Centrally located and home to Southpoint Mall, this location is at the heart of it all. You’ll find many neighborhoods in this area and it is an anchor between Durham, Chapel Hill, and Raleigh.
The Woodcroft community features more than 2,000 homes designed to live in harmony with nature. Here you will enjoy hiking, biking, walking and jogging trails, and many acres of common areas and parks.
Most homes in Colonial Village were built prior to the 1960s, during its largest construction boom. The housing stock of this area is composed predominantly of single detached homes and row houses. The proportions of homeowners and renters are about the same.
Since its development in the 1920s, Duke Park is a family-focused community. Here’s you’ll find established homes, townhomes, new buildings, and apartment complexes. Although in the heart of Durham, Duke Park offers a true small-town feel with easy access to work, shops, dining, and entertainment.
Grandale is indeed grand. As one of the premier Durham neighborhoods, this community features 135 single-family homes. Grandale Place is conveniently located 10 minutes from the Research Triangle Park, Interstate 40 and NC-55/54, and Southpoint Mall.
Old North Durham
Historic, modern, fresh, and spectacular! This close-knit community is welcoming and features popular home styles including bungalows, colonials, and craftsman style. From small, modest homes to grand mansions, buyers will find a wide range of options.
Want to live and an award-winning neighborhood? This is it. In 2015, Treyburn was voted Durham’s best neighborhood. Here you’ll find a rural setting alongside every imaginable amenity to ensure you’re entertained and active.