ABBINGTON IN APEX
Abbington neighborhood in Apex, NC features over 400 custom-built homes, located off U.S. Route/Highway 64 near the intersection of Kelly Road and the newer I-540/Triangle Expressway. Single-family homes were constructed in two phases between 1999 and 2008 and feature a variety of architectural features and exterior finishes – including brick homes – on lots 0.33 acres to 0.50 acres. Three sections make up the neighborhood phases: Hadley, Windsor, and Stratford.
FOREST SPRINGS IN HOLLY SPRINGS
Welcome to Forest Springs, a popular Holly Springs, NC planned community that is located just off Highway 55. Offering convenience for commuters and access to just about anything in the Triangle area, this neighborhood is just minutes to I-40, Hwy64, US 1, and I-440. The I-540 extension is also less than a mile away!
Inside Wade is nestled in one of Raleigh’s best locations. Conveniently located right off of both 40 & 440 which makes getting to RTP, Downtown, Cary & sporting events a breeze. You can even bike to Umstead State Park or walk to the PNC Arena & Carter Finley Stadium.
This area has always had some of my absolute favorite homes, especially when they are decorated at Christmas time! The character & ambiance of this area exudes Old Raleigh. Quintessential brick traditional homes, the stately modern homes of the 60’s and even the 1920’s bungalows. This area really has it all. Some of the more notable subdivisions include Hayes Barton, Five Points, Georgetown, Hi Mount and Budleigh. There are multiple homes that have been renewed to all their glory to homes that have been torn down & rebuilt.
SALEM VILLAGE IN APEX
Residents love the Salem Village neighborhood in Apex because of its close proximity to downtown Apex (just over a mile away), US 1, I-540, and the short commute into neighboring Raleigh. Apex Elementary School is within walking distance and the neighborhood shares a border with a conservation area.
SCOTTS MILL IN APEX
Located off Apex-Barbecue Road in Apex, North Carolina (the Peak of Good Living!), homes in the Scotts Mill neighborhood feature several variations of neo-classical designs, in both townhomes and single-family detached homes. Scotts Mill is convenient to I-540 and is near both Beaver Creek and the Beaver Creek Greenway. Residents are also just two miles away from charming Downtown Apex, which is home to a vibrant local shopping and dining district. (There’s also a mini-shopping center within the neighborhood – unique to this area!)