Windsor Commons | Distinctive Townhomes in Final Phase Located In Durham, NC

Conveniently positioned off Old Chapel Hill Road adjacent to Durham’s celebrated Hope Valley you’ll find Windsor Commons, a luxury, custom-designed townhome community where access is quick and easy to Duke University, UNC-Chapel Hill, Research Triangle Park, and countless restaurant, shopping, and entertainment options. After the successful completion of the initial phases of this distinctive community, Paran Homes is pleased to announce that the final phase of Windsor Commons is underway, with eight homes available for occupancy in the spring of 2017.

“Customers have told us that their attraction to Windsor Commons is a combination of our solid construction, appealing classic design, and excellent location,” says Sandra Hayes, Real Estate Broker with Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services. “Our homeowners can walk to the library, the post office, cinemas, shopping, and wonderful restaurants. To top it off, we’re just minutes from I-40 and I-85.”

“Clients also like the fact that upon build-out, we’ll have a total of only 59 homes in the neighborhood,” adds Broker Janice Horne, also with Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston Builder Services. “We’re a small community of maintenance-free, all-brick townhomes. Our final eight homes all back to woods. Everyone we’ve talked with has been excited about the wooded views from the deck and back porch.”

Among an abundance of outstanding features, all Windsor Commons’ homes include the benefits of spacious appeal and skillfully designed Paran architecture in the form of triple-crown molding, wainscoting, custom cabinetry and built-ins, custom designed closets, ¾” hardwood flooring, lots of storage, and smooth ceilings ranging from 9′ to 11′. All homes in the final phase consist of 2,800 square feet, with first floor owner suites, 2 additional bedrooms, 2.5 baths, and a 2-car garage.

“When our real estate agent showed us the Windsor Commons community, we were immediately attracted to the layout of the neighborhood and the location,” says Richard Surwit and Sandra Cummings, Windsor Commons residents. “We could see the high quality of the workmanship in the townhomes, and were pleased to learn that we could customize one of the floor plans to meet our needs, including an elevator option. No other community we visited provided everything that Windsor Commons had to offer. Once we began the building process, we found Paran Homes, their representatives, and the onsite agents all very professional, and the building superintendent for Windsor Commons was exceptionally easy to work with. We love our home, the community, and the location. We definitely recommend Windsor Commons to others.”

Tour the Windsor Commons’ model home and experience the neighborhood’s ideal location firsthand. With pricing from $489,900 and only eight remaining opportunities, you might just decide that Windsor Commons will provide the setting for your very own distinctive townhome! For more information, call Janice Horne at (919) 218-3420, Sandra Hayes at (919) 796-6681, or visit

To visit Windsor Commons from I-40, take 15-501 Bypass North; from I-85, take 15-501 Bypass South. Merge onto Martin Luther King Parkway, via Exit 105B. Turn right on University Drive, then left on Old Chapel Hill Road. Travel approximately one mile, and look for the Windsor Commons’ entrance on the left.







By Rebecca R. Newsome, MIRM