Old North Durham is a historic central Durham community located near the heart of everything in Durham. This neighborhood is located in the sought-after school district of Glenn Elem, Neal Mid, and Riverside High school district.
Lots in Old North Durham typically range from 0.15 to 0.4 acres. Most houses were built in the 1910's - 1940's, but some there is some new construction where older homes have been re-built.
Old North Durham is an established and charming neighborhood with well maintained landscaping and diversity of architecture. This neighborhood is experiencing a strong "revitalization" with lots of renovations and updating taking place. Buyers of renovated homes in Old North Durham can expect a lifestyle that provides old world charm with new world convenience and technology. Old building elements such as hardwood, slate and ceramic floors, arched doorways and cedar shake siding meet granite countertops, stainless appliances and new HVAC systems.
Old North Durham Statistics from the Triangle Multiple List Service
In 2006, 17 houses were sold in Old North Durham. Of these, the average house was an 1687 square foot, 3 bedroom 1 bath home selling for $167,982. Average time on market was 103 days, above the market average of 81 days.
Durham County Statistics
In 2006, 3643 houses were sold in Durham County. Of these, the average house was an 1920 square foot, 3 bedroom 2 bath home selling for $200,233. Average time on market was 81 days.