Croasdaile Farm is a large master planned community located in northwest Durham, within Durham city limits and just minutes from Duke University Medical Center and I-85., a golf community, is adjacent to Croasdaile Farm to the south.
The property was actually used for dairy farms in the early 20th century, and the barns, constructed in the 1930s, remain standing today in the center of the neighborhood. The community plan reflects the property's farming background, and cows still roam the pastures today. The development of the land into a residential community began in the late 1980s, and continues today.
The community hosts single family homes, townhouses, and luxury apartments, as well as office space. A 4 mile walking trail connects the neighborhood. There are multiple lakes throughout the community with fishing piers. Residents can join the nearby Croasdaile Club, located in Croasdaile, where they can play golf and tennis and swim.
Single family homes range in price from the $500s to over $1.2 million. Many homes sit on lots over 1 acre. HOA fees are around $468/year. Townhouses, with 3 bedrooms and around 2400 square feet, are priced in the $400s. A few lots remain available for custom homes as well.