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Spotlight Features of Apex


Downtown Apex

Residents can shop local or enjoy a fun community festival on Salem Street.

Education

Apex's public schools are part of the renowned Wake County school system.

Parks & Recreation

Apex is home to Jordan Lake, a popular getaway for residents in the Triangle.


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About Apex, A Top Place to Live

Apex is a small, up-and-coming town that is located a few miles southwest of Raleigh. Because of its quaint downtown, exceptional schools, affordable homes, and proximity to tech jobs in Research Triangle Park, Apex has been named #1 Best Place to Live by Money Magazine. Apex's other accolades include #5 happiest suburb in America (Movoto), #3 best place to move to (Forbes), and #1 best place to live in North Carolina (Money Magazine). 

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Apex Quick Facts

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Popular Outdoor Activities

Since Apex is home to the 14,000-acre Jordan Lake, residents can hike, bike, swim, and sail without having to travel to North Carolina's coast. In addition, Apex's parks allow residents to play sports, enjoy a picnic, go skateboarding, and bike on paved trails. Notable parks in Apex include Apex Nature ParkTrackside Skate Plaza, and Kelly Road Park.

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Arts and Cultural Attractions

Every year, thousands of Apex residents flock to Salem Street to celebrate PeakFest with food, crafts, music, and fun. Not long after PeakFest, Downtown Apex once again becomes a cultural destination; the Apex Music Festival lets residents enjoy even more food, music, and community togetherness. Other cultural points of interest include the Halle Cultural Arts Center, Apex Community Center, and Koka Booth Amphitheatre in nearby Cary.

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New Developments in Apex

Apex is growing because of its affordability, convenience to Research Triangle Park, and hometown way of life. Recent developments in Apex include the 92-acre Pleasant Park, Apex Nature Park, I-540 extension, and new homes in multiple neighborhoods.

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Apex's Unique Architecture

Since Apex is a growing community, home buyers can find properties that span multiple decades. The most popular home styles on the market include Craftsman, Colonial, ranch, and transitional. Historic properties, which date back to the early 1900s, are available near Downtown Apex.


Contact the Apex Real Estate Experts

The best real estate agent can connect you with the right resources, guide you through your transaction, and help you understand the current real estate market conditions. Whether you're buying or selling a home in Apex, we'll help you accomplish your goals. Call us at 919-422-3143 to get started.


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