Did you know that the City of Durham is actually broken into several smaller districts? Bob Schmitz Properties owns properties in several of these “uniquely Durham” districts. On our quest to learn more about the city we call home, we thought we would share our newly acquired knowledge with you!
Located between Durham’s central business district and Duke University’s East Campus lays one of Durham’s oldest neighborhoods, Trinity Park. The 40 square blocks of beautiful tree-lined streets that make up Trinity Park is filled with late 19th and early 20th century homes and buildings. These historic properties have earned the district a place on the National Register of Historic Districts.
Today Trinity Park remains one of the most intact, historic neighborhoods in the Triangle thanks to the continuous growth of Duke University and Durham. Much of Trinity Park’s success can be credited to the residents of the neighborhood who are determined to keep improving the community for future generations.
Trinity Park sits just north of the popular downtown district, Brightleaf Square, a trendy shopping and dining are on the western edge of downtown. Many of the properties in this neighborhood are in easy walking distance to Brightleaf’s many restaurants and boutiques and right around the corner from the hip 9th St. district.
Whether you want to tour one of Trinity Park’s many historic houses, hike or bike the nearby American Tobacco Trail, or explore downtown Durham by foot, the gorgeous Trinity Park district has a little bit of everything within reach!
Bob Schmitz Properties is proud to offer several architecturally significant properties ranging from one bedroom apartments in a vintage building built in 1928 to a duplex converted into a seven bedroom home built in 1926, and everything in between. Check out the rentals linked below to find your new home in Trinity Park!
906-12 W. Trinity
820 W. Knox
1026 W. Trinity
For more information regarding Trinity Park's neighborhood association, please visit their website at http://trinitypark.org/
For more information on shopping and dining in Historic Brightleaf Square please visit http://historicbrightleaf.com/