Nata Bozymski has been a real estate broker in the Triangle since 2005. As a Durham native, with a family owned business in Chapel Hill, she gained a unique perspective growing up in these special communities. Durham, Chapel Hill and our neighboring towns have always taken pride in being progressive and dynamic places to live.
As a lifelong local, Nata is connected to the community. Browse through some of her favorite sweet spots.
Grab a Bite
Nothing says love quite like a beautiful plate of food. Whether you're hoping for Date Night or Late Night, Nata has eaten her way across our wonderful community. Venture out for one of her favorite plates:
"The chicken panini at Toast.
The spicy black bean burger and shaved ice sodas at King's Sandwich Shop.
The grilled tuna melt at Parker & Otis.
The perfect Cosmo and seafood risotto at Nana's.
Make an Appointment
Moving to a new area can be overwhelming. Who will cut your hair? How will you find a dentist? What about your family photos? From fine art to French manicures, Nata can put you in good hands:
"My beautiful and talented mother Linda Kornberg at Minata.
Every image in every photography project of my dear friend Lori Vrba.
The unbelievably patient, kind, and talented tech genius, Neil Berman of TheONbutton.
Pam Gutlon's dedication to the world of self taught artists at Outsiders Art and Collectibles.
My girl Cheri Sterling, AKA, "The Hair Whisperer", at
Atmosphair Salon. The technicolor pooch portraits by
Lisa Goldstein. The smell of ink and the beauty of real paper at Sarah Almond's Shed Letter Press. Rhonda Coleman's
commitment to all things girl at Moss. The blow your doors off design talent of my not-so-local honey, Becki Griffin
of Curious Details in Houston, Texas. Dana Lange's unwavering support for The Food Bank of North Carolina through her blog
Plan an Adventure
You won't need to venture far to enlighten your soul. With a rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking landscape, the Triangle delivers a memorable experience time and time again. Take it from the local who's experienced it firsthand:
"The amazing sunflowers at the Carrboro Farmers' Market.
Third Friday at Golden Belt.
The warm feeling I get when I walk through the door of Flyleaf Books.
and the Inter-Faith Council.
No one knows the Triangle quite like Nata. Request one of her famous all day tours to narrow down your search.