Developed in the 1990s, this suburb just north of downtown Durham offers the amenities of well maintained, cozy homes. The neighborhood is family oriented with a clubhouse, pool and playground.
The area is privately buffered by the Eno River and protected land is easily accessed for long walks in the woods. Durham Regional, Duke Hospital and the VA Hospital are an easy commute. Major transportation arteries are close by, so that the Triangle and it?s amenities are within easy reach.
Eno Trace Statistics from the Triangle Multiple List Service
In 2006, 30 houses were sold in Eno Trace. Of these, the average house was a 1697 square foot, 3 bedroom 2 bath home selling for $156,785. Average time on market was only 63 days, slightly below the Durham 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.