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Apex, NC

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Area Information for Apex, North Carolina

Apex, North Carolina is a suburb of Raleigh that has steadily grown into its own identity over the years.

As of the 2010 Census, this Wake County town had a population of about 37,000 residents. 

Incorporated in 1873, the town received its name because it was the highest point on the Chatham Railroad in the area at the time. 

Today, much of Apex’s history as a railroad town is still celebrated. For instance, the old Apex Union Depot, which was originally a passenger station for the Seaboard Air Line Railroad, later became the Apex Community Library. 

Now, it houses the Apex Chamber of Commerce.

This sort of commitment to its past and historical buildings has earned Apex the reputation for being one of the most intact railroad towns in the state!

Thus, if you’re the kind of interested Raleigh area home buyer who prefers to live in a community with a rich heritage, Apex might be just the place for you!

Education in Apex

Apex is served by the Wake County Public School system, which includes such top-performing schools as:
Schools

  • Apex Elementary School
  • AV Baucom Elementary
  • Olive Chapel Elementary
  • Salem Elementary School
  • Laurel Park Elementary School
  • Apex Middle School
  • Salem Middle School
  • Apex High School
  • Middle Creek High School

   There’s also a number of private schools in the area, including:

  • St. Mary Magdalene Catholic School
  • North Chatham School
  • Thales Academy
  • Lufkin Road Middle School

Thing to do on the Apex, NC Real Estate Market

In addition to having a large shopping center as well as plenty of unique restaurants and entertainment venues, Apex is also home to a number of festivals and events throughout the year.

In May, the entire town celebrates Peakfest, which features concessions, arts and crafts, live music, rides and more!

And in November, the Turkey Trot 5K draws residents from all over the region.  During this annual race at Apex Community Park, plenty of residents show up to compete for a number of awards.

Plus, the Halle Cultural Arts Center features art exhibits and theater performances all the time in Apex!

Apex, NC Homes for Sale

With all that there is to see and do in Apex, it’s no wonder that CNN Money magazine ranked Apex 44th of its list of the nation’s top places to live in July 2009!

If you’d like to learn more about this fantastic Wake County community, contact me, Rachel Kendall, and my team of Apex real estate experts, today!

We’ll be happy to answer any questions you might have about the Apex real estate market, as well as let you know about available listings.


Neighborhoods

Abbington Neighborhood Apex NC Two Story Home
$74,000 - $790,000
1,200 - 5,600 sq ft
$400,000 - $500,000
Charleston Village Two Story Home in Apex NC
$174,900 - $290,000
1,297 - 3,000 sq ft
Churchill Estate Apex, NC Home Buyers
$464,000 - $722,000
3,300 - 4,671 sq ft
Haddon Hall Apex Neighborhood Homes and Park
$130,000 - $525,000
1,060 - 3,500 sq ft
$500,000 - $500,000
Salem Oaks, Apex Neighborhood Entrance
$193,000 - $325,000
1,400 - 3,000 sq ft
Scotts Laurel Neighborhood Two Story Home
$200,000 - $350,000
2,600 - 3,200 sq ft
Villages of Apex Neighborhood Entrance
$179,500 - $377,900
1,590 - 3,047 sq ft