Welcome to Southpoint, where there is an ample amount of restaurants, attractions, and fun for residents of all ages. Located in the middle of the greater Research Triangle Park area and suburban Durham, NC, Southpoint offers a variety of neighborhood sizes and home types well-suited for business professionals, students, and growing families.
Neighborhoods Near Southpoint
Surrounding the Southpoint community, there are a variety of neighborhoods that include a range of housing options. Whether you’re a recent college graduate trying to find an apartment or a family looking for a new home, there are plenty of options for you to choose from. Below are just some housing opportunities available right now.
Located next to popular mall The Streets of Southpoint, the Chancellor’s Ridge neighborhood offers a quiet country setting with a short commute to local amenities, including The Streets at Southpoint, downtown Durham, and Research Triangle Park. This development currently includes 455 homesites, a mix of 375 single family homes and 80 townhomes. A clubhouse, playground, and neighborhood pool are popular amenities, especially during the summer months, and other HOA activities are a plus for active residents.
One of the premier neighborhoods in Durham, Grandale Place is located just 10 minutes from the Streets at Southpoint and the Research Triangle Park. The community has a playground for kids and is walk-friendly for its homeowners.
The Lodge at Southpoint
Conveniently located right next to the Streets at Southpoint and other shopping outlets, The Lodge offers apartments packed with amenities for residents looking for comfortable, modern living.
What What to Do During the Evenings and Weekend Around Southpoint?
Central to the Southpoint area is The Streets at Southpoint, a shopping mall fused with urban and traditional architecture and culture. Located at the intersection of Interstate 40 and Fayetteville Road, the mall consists of an indoor and outdoor portion, complete with a movie theater and a great selection of restaurants.
In addition to being a great shopping and dining destination, the Southpoint area also offers a variety of outdoor activities. The Sarah P. Duke Gardens, located less than 15 miles away, is great for the avid nature lover as it has a variety of trails and gardens to walk through. If you’re a big sports fan, you’re in luck. Because of its central location, Southpoint is located between the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, and Duke University, so there are plenty of opportunities to cheer on your favorite team during football, basketball, and even baseball seasons. (Don’t miss your chance to take in a family-friendly game of baseball at the nearby Durham Bulls Athletic Park!)