An 1880 Queen Anne Revival home in Durham, a two-bedroom condominium in Palm Beach and a modern farmhouse with a detached studio in Barrington.

This house, built around 1880 by James Manning, a judge, is known locally as the Bull Durham House, because it appeared in the 1988 movie. The sellers updated it, but took care to maintain original details, including pocket doors, plaster ceiling medallions and ornate mantels. It is about a 20-minute walk from the Carolina Theatre, the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, as well as a number of breweries, a food hall and a farmers’ market.

Duke University is 10 minutes away by car. Driving to downtown Raleigh or the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill takes half an hour. Charlotte is about two hours away.

Size: 3,733 square feet

Price per square foot: $429

Indoors: The house sits back from the street, behind a yard landscaped with grass, trees and shrubs, and a brick walkway leads to the expansive covered porch.

The red front door opens into a foyer with hardwood floors and a staircase to the upper levels. To the right is a sunny living room with a bay of street-facing windows and a decorative fireplace with a wood mantel. Through a wide doorway with pocket doors is a dining room with tall windows and another decorative fireplace.

This space connects to an updated kitchen with a center island; stainless steel appliances; light blue cabinetry; a live-edge maple breakfast bar made by one of the owners, a woodworker; and access to a powder room with a stained-glass window. A flexible space that could be a breakfast room or mudroom is off the kitchen; from there, doors open to a screened porch with black-and-white painted checkerboard floors.

A family room with large windows is off the dining room; it connects to a spacious den that doubles as a playroom.

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