Grandin Trace


Homes from the mid $300's

GENERAL INFORMATION

Sales Center:

1023 Pondfield Way (Grandale Dr & Huntsman Dr) Durham, NC 27713
919-336-0785

Sales Team:

Angela Risko
Community Sales Manager

Jarita Crump
Community Sales Associate

Sales Center Hours:

  • Sunday:1:00PM to 6:00PM
  • Monday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Tuesday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Wednesday:1:00PM to 6:00PM
  • Thursday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Friday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
  • Saturday:10:00AM to 6:00PM
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    Schools

    Durham Public School district is one of the top 10 largest in the state, serving some 34,000 students in both the city and county of Durham. Durham's public schools are nearly as diverse as our 270,000 residents. The school system offers a wealth of options for students and families; we have something for every kind of learner.

    Durham Public Schools offers traditional schools, magnet programs, year round calendar schools and small specialty high schools. One of the top 30 districts in the nation for employing National Board Certified Teachers, and two of the high schools are on the US News & World Report's Best High Schools list for 2015.

    The school nutrition program leads the state in providing healthy, "farm to school" meal choices, and every single one of the students can eat breakfast at school for free. DPS offers robust AIG (academically and intellectually gifted) specialties, skilled exceptional children programs and even a partnership with Duke Children's Hospital to allow chronically ill and hospitalized children from across the nation to remain in school.

    Durham Public Schools accepts all children with compassion and a commitment to meet each child wherever he or she is along the learning spectrum, and grow together from there.

    Taylor Morrison understands that the importance of education and that school placement is very important to families. That’s one reason we’re pleased to announce our new construction in Durham.




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    Schools

    Durham Public School district is one of the top 10 largest in the state, serving some 34,000 students in both the city and county of Durham. Durham's public schools are nearly as diverse as our 270,000 residents. The school system offers a wealth of options for students and families; we have something for every kind of learner.

    Durham Public Schools offers traditional schools, magnet programs, year round calendar schools and small specialty high schools. One of the top 30 districts in the nation for employing National Board Certified Teachers, and two of the high schools are on the US News & World Report's Best High Schools list for 2015.

    The school nutrition program leads the state in providing healthy, "farm to school" meal choices, and every single one of the students can eat breakfast at school for free. DPS offers robust AIG (academically and intellectually gifted) specialties, skilled exceptional children programs and even a partnership with Duke Children's Hospital to allow chronically ill and hospitalized children from across the nation to remain in school.

    Durham Public Schools accepts all children with compassion and a commitment to meet each child wherever he or she is along the learning spectrum, and grow together from there.

    Taylor Morrison understands that the importance of education and that school placement is very important to families. That’s one reason we’re pleased to announce our new construction in Durham.




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    Distance from community:
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    Site Plan

    Map is not to scale and represents an artist’s depiction of the existing and/or planned elements of this Community’s current proposed development concepts. All dimensions are approximate. No guarantee is made that the facilities, street patterns, improvement plans, locations, sizes, amenities and features depicted will be constructed, or that if constructed, will be as depicted. Lot status “Sold” is an inclusive term that describes the present status of any Contract-submitted, Pending-sale or Closed escrow property. Lot status information deemed accurate, but not guaranteed. All information subject to change daily without notice. © 2018, Taylor Morrison, Inc. All rights reserved. Grandin Trace Site Map

    Driving Directions

    To Grandin Trace: I-40 West to Fayetteville Road, (Exit 276) Turn Left onto Fayetteville Road. Take left at first stoplight onto Herndon Rd. Take Herndon to Roundabout at Barbee Rd. At roundabout, go left onto Barbee Rd. Right onto Grandale Drive. Grandin Trace is on your right at the intersection of Huntsman Drive and Grandale Drive in Durham, NC.

    Grandin Trace community is located at 1023 Pondfield Way Durham, NC 27713. (Grandale Drive & Hunstman Drive)

    Home Features

    • Energy Design Features

    • Guardian's Smart Home Thermostat
    • R-15 insulation in walls
    • R-19 insulation in garage
    • All windows, doors and exterior wall penetrations sealed with foam sealant
    • Energy efficient low-e thermal pane single hung vinyl tilt windows with screens
    • Guardian's Smart Home Entry Door Lock Control
    • Efficient tankless water heater in garage
    • R-38 insulation in attic ceiling
    • Moisture and air infiltration housewrap barrier
    • Flooring Features

    • Hardwood flooring in foyer, kitchen, breakfast area and family (per plan)
    • Carpeting in a choice of designer colors
    • Garage

    • Insulated raised panel garage doors with decorative windows and opener with remotes
    • Fully drywalled garage
    • Two-car front entry garage
    • Kitchen Design Features

    • Recessed lights in kitchen
    • GE Stainless steel microwave oven
    • GE Stainless steel dishwasher
    • GE Stainless steel self cleaning electric range
    • Kitchen island, per plan
    • In-sink food waste disposal system
    • Granite countertops
    • 42" Hardwood finish cabinets with crown molding and hardware
    • Stainless steel under-mount kitchen sink
    • Pantry storage area (per model plan)
    • Luxurious Bath Features

    • Raised vanity cabinets in all baths
    • Hardwood cabinets & cultured marble countertops
    • Private water closet (per plan)
    • Elongated comfort height commodes
    • Tile floor in owner's bath
    • Fiberglass combo tub and shower in secondary baths
    • Shower with tile floor and surround in owner's bath
    • Moen designer faucets in all baths
    • Vinyl floor in secondary baths
    • Outstanding Features

    • Sodded Bermuda lawns
    • Shadow box in foyer
    • Professionally designed landscape and lawn maintained by HOA
    • 9' first floor ceiling height
    • Prewired for telephone and cable TV in three locations
    • Vinyl floor in laundry room
    • Concrete patio integral within floorplan
    • Abundant closet space with ventilated shelving
    • Kichler Lighting packages
    • Architecturally detailed elevations
    • Satin nickel interior and exterior door hardware
    • Recessed lighting (per plan)
    • Ceiling fan prewires in owner's suite, family room and covered porch
    • Two-panel interior doors
    • Personalize Your Home

    • Individual appointment with Taylor Morrison Design Consultant to select home choices to meet your lifestyle needs
    • Quality Construction Features

    • Concrete service walks
    • Exterior hose bibs (2 per plan)
    • Weatherproof ground fault protected exterior electrical outlets
    • Maintenance free insulated vinyl windows and screens
    • Aluminum gutters and downspouts
    • Underground utilities
    • Slab foundation
    • Engineered floor and roof system
    • Fiber cement siding
    • Architectural roof shingles-30 year warranty
    • Fiberglass front doors
    • Trim Features

    • 3 1/4" baseboards
    • Chair rail in foyer
    • Crown molding in foyer
    Last Updated: 6/28/2019

    Local Interests

    Arts & Entertainment

    Carolina TheaterStrengthened from weathering nine decades of social, political and economic change, the Carolina Theatre continues to be a source of civic pride; an important marker of historic change; a valuable touchstone for the community; a crucial resource for education through the arts, and a beacon attracting visitors to partake in — and contribute to — the bright future of its city’s downtown.Durham Performing Arts CenterDurham Performing Arts Center (DPAC) presents more than 200 performances every year. They present something for just about every taste.Raleigh ImprovHead over to Raleigh Improv, a new Comedy venue that brings fun and lots of laughs to Raleigh! Enjoy comedy from headlining acts, while dining with delicious food and brews.

    Community

    Raleigh-Durham International AirportRaleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU), conveniently located in Morrisville, is served by nine major airlines flying to 47 nonstop destinations. RDU offers more than 400 flights a day.

    Cultural Arts

    Ackland Art MuseumThe Museum’s permanent collection consists of more than 18,000 works of art, featuring North Carolina’s premier collections of Asian art and works of art on paper (drawings, prints, and photographs), as well as significant collections of European masterworks, twentieth-century and contemporary art, and DSC_0922North Carolina pottery. The Ackland organizes more than a dozen special exhibitions a year.Morehead Planetarium and Science CenterMorehead's programs include classes for adults and children, special courses for teachers, summer camps for children, afterschool programs, memberships, public viewings of astronomical events and public lectures. Since 2010, Morehead has produced the North Carolina Science Festival. Between traditional onsite offerings and its state outreach, Morehead serves more than a half million people every year.Nasher Museum of ArtThe Nasher Museum opened in 2005 as a major center for the arts on Duke University’s campus, in Durham and the surrounding Research Triangle area. The 65,000-square-foot building was designed by architect Rafael Viñoly. The museum organizes and presents leading-edge exhibitions that travel to institutions worldwide. Dynamic programs include free Family Days, performing arts events, lectures, film series and social gatherings. More than 1 million people have visited the museum since it opened in 200

    Education

    North Carolina Central UniversityUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel HillDuke UniversityDuke ChapelDuke University Chapel is a chapel located at the center of the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States.

    Golf Courses

    Hope Valley Country ClubThe country club, established in 1926, features a Donald Ross championship golf course and recreational facilities offering dining, swimming and tennis. Finley Golf ClubFinley Golf Club course has been bestowed a 4.5 star rating from Golf Digest. The 18-hole course, designed by Tom Fazio, features five challenging tee boxes. The complex features a practice facility and Grill.Brier Creek Country ClubThe luxurious country club offers a private atmosphere, excellent cuisine, personalized services and a variety of activities. Amenities include a fitness center, tennis, aquatics, dining and a spa.Old Chatham Golf ClubOld Chatham Golf Club is ranked the best private golf club in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill Triangle by the North Carolina Panel of Raters and Triangle Business Journal. The 18-hole championship course is situated in 400 acres of protected woodlands.Duke University Golf ClubThis public golf club features a PGA-trained teaching staff that provide golf lessons for adults and children. Junior golf includes an annual summer golf camp.

    Parks & Recreation

    Duke GardensThe Sarah P. Duke Gardens consist of approximately 55 acres of landscaped and wooded areas at Duke University. There are 5 miles of allées, walks, and pathways throughout the gardens.Eno RiverEno River State Park—like its namesake—flows near urban areas of Durham and Orange counties with five scattered access areas, each just minutes from town amenities. The Eno River’s waters roll past mature forests, historic mill and home sites and river bluffs covered with flowering shrubs and across fords used by early settlers. The park offers nearly 30 miles of trails along a swift, shallow stream that’s popular with anglers, photographers and sightseers. Backcountry camping at individual sites and group campsites is available but all equipment must be carried in. Canoeing and kayaking are permitted but sometimes difficult due to shallow water.

    Shopping & Dining

    Park West VillagePark West Village is a premier shopping experience! This new 100-acre, 750,000 sq. ft. mixed-use development includes a town center district, a community center with sought-after major retail anchors, upscale casual restaurants and a movie theater, all of which will be mixed with residential, office and hospitality. Situated ideally in the southwest corner of Cary Parkway and NC-54/Chapel Hill Road, this shopping center is just miles away from Grandin Trace.The Streets at Southpoint MallThe destination mall includes 172 popular name brand and unique retailers, specialty stores, AMC Theater, and variety of eateries and restaurants.Brier Creek CommonsLocated in the Raleigh/Durham metro area, Brier Creek Commons is an 800,000 square foot open-air lifestyle center with specialty shops, restaurants and entertainment.

    Sports

    Kenan Memorial StadiumKenan Memorial Stadium is located in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and is the home field of the North Carolina Tar Heels. It is primarily used for football. The stadium opened in 1927 and holds 62,562 people. It is located near the center of campus at the University of North Carolina.Durham Bulls Athletic Park Durham Bulls Athletic Park (DBAP) is a 10,000-seat ballpark in Durham, North Carolina that is home to the Durham Bulls, the AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays of Major League Baseball.Dean Smith CenterCarolina basketball plays its home games at the Smith Center, one of the most recognized athletic venues in America. The Smith Center became the home of the Tar Heels in 1986 and has since become a cherished traditional symbol of Carolina basketball.
    Last Updated: 1/30/2019