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This gracious corner apartment offers the best of both worlds: central location in the heart of vibrant downtown Durham, plus large windows that span apartment living areas looking into trees that line the back of the property.

Spacious: 1483 sq.ft. with an open floor plan, high 10.5’ ceiling, elegant foyer and large balcony that oversees the lush backyard garden oasis.
Light-filled: Large windows on east and north sides with steady light and sunset views.
Wood features: Scandinavian-style oak floors and built-in oak bookshelves in the office.
Custom kitchen: Solid cherry kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances including Bosch electric induction cooktop and quiet dishwasher, quartz countertops, custom tile backsplash.
Ample storage: Kitchen pantry, primary bedroom walk-in closet, coat and broom closets, large storage closet.

COMMUNITY CONDOMINIUM BUILDING: The building home of Durham Central Park Cohousing (DCPCC, aka "Durham Coho") has wonderful common spaces as well as significant sustainability assets (full array of roof-top solar panels; on-site composting; electric car chargers; and a solar hot-water system.)

Commons Room: Flexible space for dining, meetings, concerts that can seat both small groups and up to 80 people.
Working Spaces: Large 4+ cook Kitchen with gas ranges and commercial dish washer; Laundry Room with 3 commercial-size free washers & dryers; well-equipped Workshop for cobbling or repairs; Project Room with sink and storage for hobbies.
Outdoor Gathering Spaces: Covered Front Porch with rockers and swing; backyard stone patio with firepit; covered Breezeway connecting the verandas; large Roof-top Terrace overlooking downtown Durham.
Entertaining Spaces: A Guest Suite with 2 Guest Rooms with private baths; a sound-baffled Media Room with a big-screen TV and piano; a comfortable Living Room with a fireplace and private dining area.
Gardens & Grounds: Award-winning gardens (both ornamental and vegetable) sheltered among mature trees.
Parking: One assigned parking space per apartment in a ground level garage with electronic entry.

HOA EXPENSES: Reasonable Monthly Dues cover almost everything including utilities, Wi-Fi, maintenance, reserve fund and discretionary funds for community activities. The whole community agrees on these expenses every year. Of course, property taxes and homeowner insurance are the owners’ responsibility.
DCPCC is proud of a robust Reserve Fund and its Sustainability Assets to keep costs low and our carbon footprint small.

URBAN NEIGHBORHOOD: Walking to some of our favorite downtown haunts takes only minutes: the Durham Farmer’s Market, Center for Senior Life, Downtown YMCA, the Main Library and numerous coffee shops, bakeries, pubs and restaurants.

More Details
Durham Central Park Cohousing Community
130 Hunt Street
North Carolina
Contact Information
Cheryl Turney and Rick Jamison

  • 9194183463
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