Listed below are newest Brightleaf at the Park homes for sale & real estate listings in Durham, NC below! Brightleaf is almost perfectly situated in between Durham and Raleigh. Brightleaf at the Park is one of Durham's most exciting and sought after communities to call home. Just minutes from all the world-class universities, big business, and thriving commerce that defines the Research Triangle, Brightleaf at the Park homes for sale should appeal to a wide range of home buyers looking for a great place to live. In addition, residents here get to enjoy a full complement of community amenities, which include walking trails, numerous park spaces, tennis courts, a swimming pool, playgrounds, and course access to The Brightleaf Club. For additional information about a listing or about the Brightleaf at the Park subdivision, contact Duncan Prime Realty at (919) 808-2001 or read more about the Brightleaf at the Park subdivision below.
After just one visit to Durham’s Brightleaf at the Park, chances are you’ll be extremely impressed by what this amazing new home community has to offer local home buyers. Featuring a fabulous variety of both single-family homes, as well a number of slightly more affordable townhouses, perhaps the most appealing characteristic about Brightleaf at the Park is the wide range of home styles that cater to a variety of home buyers with different budgets.
Aside from the high-quality craftsmanship, if you’re also looking for a Durham-area home that offers a quiet and convenient location, Brightleaf at the Park is hard to top. Located just off Highway 70 (Glenwood Avenue), homeowners are just a few short minutes from downtown Durham, and only minutes from the Brier Creek Golf Club, numerous big-box retailers at Brier Creek Commons, and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport which is especially handy to those who frequently travel out of state.
Once owning a home in Brightleaf at the Park, residents also have full access to a number of community amenities that include a clubhouse, pool, and tennis courts. And because this gorgeous Durham subdivision was designed in a part of the city that is filled with rolling hills and forests, it also features beautiful winding streets, various natural park areas, and long scenic walking paths all throughout the subdivision.
If you're also interested in which local Durham schools are located near the fabulous Brightleaf at the Park neighborhood, here's a look at just several that are well within a close proximity to most homes in the community: