Popular Neighborhoods & Homes in Durham NC

Marie Austin Realty specializes in the greater Durham area.  In fact, it is our home! Below are some of the more popular Durham NC neighborhoods:

Colony Hill
Colony Hill consists of about 200 condominiums and townhomes that were built between 1972 and 1985. The townhomes and condo homes in Colony Hill vary in style: from Contemporary to Traditional to Transitional. These homes range from 2 to 4 bedrooms and 2 to 3 baths. Square footage in this subdivision spans from 1,002 - 3,400 square feet.

Duke Park
Another wonderful urban neighborhood, Duke Park is within walking distance to the vibrant Central Park District in Downtown Durham where the are many restaurants and coffee shops. There is a large family neighborhood park, Duke Park, where neighbors gather to meet and greet each other.

Homestead Heights
Homestead Heights consists of about 250 homes that were built between 1934 and 2003. These homes are detached and vary in style: from Ranch to Traditional to Transitional. They range from 2 to 4 bedrooms and 1 to 2 baths. Square footage in the subdivision spans from 925-3,500 square feet.

Stone Village

Trinity Heights
Trinity Heights, listed on the National Register of Historic places, borders Duke University's East Campus to the North. Walk to Ninth Street Shopping District for dinner at one of the many restaurants and shop for someone special at the local boutiques and bookstore.

Trinity Park
One of Durham's oldest urban neighborhoods, Trinity Park is located between Downtown Durham and Duke University's East Campus. It is within walking distance to the Ninth Street Shopping District, vibrant Downtown Durham and Brightleaf Square. It features a family park, known as The Trinity Park, where many neighborhood festivities occur during the year.

Watts Hillandale
One of the premier urban neighborhoods, Watts Hillandale has been home to many generations. Oval Park, one of the best family neighborhood parks, hosts neighborhood events throughout the year. Walk to Ninth Street Shopping District or just take a walk down the many tree lined streets.