Old Hope Valley offers suburban living at its aged finest. This neighborhood was developed in the late 1920s around the first country club in Durham, featuring an 18 hole golf course. Still standing in picturesque glory, the club offers the fine amenities of tennis courts, swimming, dining and golfing.
The homes in the area are an eclectic mix of distinctive styles ranging from the 1920s era up through today. A home buyer winds through narrow roads, where the neighborhood is landscaped in styles ranging from Tudor, Colonial, Cottage, Contemporary and even Southwestern.
This community attracts the newly successful, young professionals, along with those who have long lived in and loved Durham.
Hope Valley Statistics from the Triangle Multiple List Service
In 2006, 28 houses were sold in Hope Valley. Of these, the average house was a 3807 square foot, 4 bedroom 2 bath home selling for $649,742. Average time on market was only 119 days, above 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.