Bullington Warehouse Condo - 1 Or 2 Br Downtown

500 N. Duke St. | Durham
Distance to Duke Chapel: 1.59 miles

TOP AMENITIES
  • Air Conditioning
  • Community Center
  • Dishwasher
  • Laundry On-Property
  • Picnic/Grill Area
  • Secure Entry
  • Access to Trails
  • Garbage Included
  • Cable/Satellite
  • Water Included
ABOUT

Available July 1. 1200' sq. condo for rent in former tobacco warehouse in downtown Durham. The apartment features a loft bedroom, plus enclosed area that can be used as additional BR or work area. A wall of windows allows in lots of sunlight. Convenient to Duke's east campus, downtown Durham and Durham Freeway, I-40 and I-85. Ideal for individual or couple. Washer/dryer available on property. Pets may be considered; deposit(s) will apply. Learn more at bullingtoncondo.wordpress.com. Contact 919.933.0610.

PRICING
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath
$1550

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