Historic Property For Sale Near Duke University

801 Onslow St. | Durham
Distance to Duke Chapel: 1.28 miles


This Neo-Colonial style late Victorian period home features original finishes throughout, along with architecturally appropriate updates in keeping with the historic nature of its design. 801 Onslow Street, built around the turn of the 20th Century as Durham and Trinity College launched development of Durham’s west end, boasts clean lines, vintage woodwork and eye-catching curb appeal. It sits at the gateway to the historic neighborhood of Trinity Heights, located across from Duke University’s East Campus, on a double lot overlooking the campus. Sheltered on all sides by a canopy of massive willow oak and magnolia trees, it is known as the Joseph and Martha Franck House, a contributing structure in the Trinity Heights neighborhood which is listed with the National Register of Historic Places as a Historic District.

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