Best of Chatham: Budget Blinds

Budget Blinds of Durham, Cary and North Raleigh captures your style at a fraction of the cost. Providing “style and service for every budget®,” their team is servicing all of your blinds, shades, shutters and drapes needs. Not sure what you are looking for yet? Budget Blinds offers a free in-home or virtual consultation to discuss options for window treatments. Also available in the Chatham County area, Budget Blinds is here to support you and your vision for your home, helping you select from a wide variety of products at unbeatable prices. Let’s do some window shopping!

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61 Knobhill Lane

Potterstone Village encompasses 192 homes, including the newly “under contract” 61 Knobhill Lane. Listed at $280,000, this four-bedroom and two and a half-bathroom home is full of upgrades and ready for its newest residents. At 2,080 square feet, there’s plenty of living space to craft into your own.

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What’s So Great about the Tobacco Road?

American Tobacco Trail

This weekend, hundreds of runners will join each other to run a long stretch of trails in Chatham County, known as the American Tobacco Trail (ATT). It’s always inspiring to read about a bunch of people gathering together to improve their health.

In light of the soon-to-be marathoners and half-marathoners, I thought I’d share my favorite things about what makes the ATT so great. Read more

Local Pleasures: The Heart of NC Wine Trail

Pittsboro, NC – Last month, I wrote about the Chatham County’s Bed & Breakfast Trail. This month’s trail guide is every bit as interesting. I am referring to the Heart of North Carolina Wine Trail. Read more

2203 Alpine Road in Durham

Durham, NC – Charming town home with a private garden courtyard in exciting Durham for $89,900. This one won’t last long. Walk to Duke! Read more

Durham Blues Fest Returns

Durham, NC – It’s moving, it’s one day and it’s going to be free. But after a period of some uncertainty, The Hayti Center has announced that the 2011 Durham Blues Festival is on for Saturday, September 10, 2011. Read more