Durham and the Research Triangle Park area has witnessed a boom in recent years, thanks to a strong job market, some of the nation's top Universities and top rated medical facilities, as well as the best mix of urban and suburban amenities. Residents can enjoy incredible parks, world-class museums, a wide variety of venues for music and theater and casual and some of the best dining in the South. Buyers looking in the Durham existing home sales market at present (2020) can find it tough going. Inventory is very limited and bidding wars are common for homes. This is particularly true under $500,000. New Home builders are working hard to meet this demand , and Creekside Commons featuring homes built by Ryan Homes is a prime example.
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Ryan Homes is a national builder with a focus on energy efficiency, modern finishes, and smart home connectivity. When you think of a traditional townhome, you may not be thinking of what Ryan Homes is offering at Creekside Commons. Creekside Commons townhome has every amenity of a luxury home, without the maintenance, or the high price tag, starting around $275,000.
New buyers choose from decorated or custom 3 story townhomes in 3-4 bedroom configurations, with 2.5-3.5 baths, two-car garages, ranging from 1,978-2,339+ sq. ft. Some of the features residents particularly enjoy are the fenced back yards, first-floor rec rooms, open-air decks, and open concept designs. Community amenities include a dog park and it is a great choice for new families and young professionals in Durham.
This project is conveniently located equidistant from Chapel Hill and Durham. Creekside Commons is just two miles from East Gate Shopping Center, with a Trader Joes, Whole Foods, Starbucks, and Lowes and commuting is a breeze with UNC, 5 miles away, Duke, 7 miles away, and the RTP is 10 miles away. My NC Homes has assisted new home buyers in hundreds of transactions over the years and the founders of My NC Homes both have decades of new home construction experience. We highly recommend using a buyer broker with experience; particularly when looking at new construction. Remember the onsite agent works for and is paid by the builder. They can't and won't advocate for you. There's a reason we are top-ranked as buyer agents and we are standing by to help!