Apex: A Small Town with National Appeal
Welcome to Apex! You will love living in this community. Apex consistently tops lists like MONEY Magazine's "Best Place to Live" and Niche's "Best Suburbs to Live in Raleigh Metro," and people can't get enough of its charm. Because of the increasing demand from home buyers, new homes and subdivisions are being constructed throughout the area.
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Apex at a Glance
Travel & Commute
Research Triangle Park: 20 min.
Downtown Raleigh: 25 min.
Major Highways: I-540/NC-540, US-64, US-1
Public Transit: GoTriangle
Airport: Raleigh-Durham International (RDU)
Don't Miss These Apex Destinations
Salem Street in Downtown Apex
Experience small-town living at its finest! Downtown Apex is known for its boutique shops and restaurants, many of which sit in historic buildings with colorful awnings. Shop for yesterday's treasures at Antiques on Salem Street, sample organic cuisine at The Provincial, and stop by Buttercream's Bake Shop for a sweet treat. Don't forget to visit downtown during Founders Day, PeakFest, and the Apex Music Festival!
Jordan Lake State Recreation Area
You don't have to travel all the way to the coast to spend time at the beach. Apex is home to Jordan Lake, a massive reservoir that has become a stay-cation favorite for local residents. Popular activities at the lake include swimming, picnicking, camping, boating, hiking, and wildlife watching. In the summertime, be sure to take your camera — you'll likely spot a bald eagle enjoying the sunshine.
The American Tobacco Trail
If you're craving an adventure close to home, spend time exploring Apex's network of greenway trails. The American Tobacco Trail, in particular, is popular with residents. This 22-mile trail begins in Apex off New Hill Olive Chapel Road, winds through towering pines and over gurgling creeks, and stops just a stone's throw from Downtown Durham.
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Whether you're buying a home or selling a home, we can help you with everything you need. As Raleigh natives, we know this area inside and out, from the real estate market to fun things to do. We'd love to get to know you and help you reach your goals. Call us and let's talk.
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