Southern Durham is a hot area, with plenty of new homes and new businesses being built here. Carriage Hill is right in the middle of that action, and it offers the feel of a small, tight-knit community thanks to its size and layout. There are tree-lined streets and cul-de-sacs. The rolling landscape and wooded backdrop create a nearly bucolic setting, which includes children riding their bikes, groups playing ball together in the streets, and families walking hand-in-hand for nightly strolls.
The homes in Carriage Hill feature 9-foot ceilings (or higher), open floor plans, hardwood floors, large kitchens, solid-surface countertops, and more. They range in size from 2,300 square feet to 3,500 square feet, with between three and four bedrooms, and they include a quarter- to a half-acre lot. The homes are large enough for growing families, and they include large yards that are perfect for children to play in.
Carriage Hill is conveniently located by many attractions in Southern Durham, including the popular Southpoint Mall, and it is just minutes from downtown Durham and the thriving local foods scene. The community is halfway between Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, making it an ideal location for commuters. It is also just minutes from I-40, 15-501 and Highway 98, which connect to Raleigh, Cary, and several other cities in the Triangle.
Homes don't often become available for sale in Carriage Hill because it is such a tight-knit community.