Apex, North Carolina

Did you know that Apex gets its name because it's the peak, highest point on the local railway line? Therefore it's "the Peak of Good Living!"

 Apex is a small town that has all the attributes of a large city with that small town feel. Chuck Hinton has raised 3 kids in Apex, and loves that there has always been lots of activity for the whole family - especially the children. "Apex is a jewel to raise a family!" he said.

Here are Chuck's Apex Favorites!

1. Old Fashion 4th of July (FREE), featuring a parade for all ages. Street performers, games, inflatables great food and much more. As well as the Apex Fire Department's Splash area to all to cool off.

2. PeakFest (FREE) is the 1st Saturday of May each year. Main Street in downtown Apex is closed to traffic and WOW it's on! The streets are packed and there is great food, 200+ vendors, street performers, rides, music, dance arts and lots more.

3. Parks, Parks, and More Parks! Multiple parks, some brand new and others built by volunteers and community members that are beyond impressive to look at and play in, miles of greenway walking paths are throughout the town. There are two dog parks and many soccer, ball fields as well as tennis courts and playgrounds are located close to everyone, in addition to picnic areas for both small and large groups. Oh and the Lake at Laura Duncan and all its amenities are ... nothing short of spectacular!

4. Turkey Trot 5K takes place every November and has age groups for children, men, and women to compete

5. There are lots of major, national chain stores like Target, Lowes, Home Depot and Kohls in addition to a movie theatre, but what's more is there are lots of local shops and boutiques in old downtown (Salem Street) Apex. This street alone, festival or not, is a great place to spend an afternoon for lunch, dinner or anything in between. It's simply wonderful.

Popular Apex Neighborhoods

Single-family homes from the $400,000s to the $700,000s... more
Arcadia Ridge is a new construction community building single family homes by Pulte. They have four models ranging from $357k to $456k and ranging from 2500-3300 square feet with 3-7 bedrooms and 2-5 full baths. The neighborhood is located off of Olive Chapel Road, near Beaver Creek Commons, New Apex Nature Park and so many other Apex conveniences. ... more
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Custom townhomes from the $250s.... more
Estate homes from the $800s to $1 million+, Villas from the $600s... more
Haddon Hall is conveniently located near Beaver Creek Commons shopping center in Apex and has 700 single family, condominium and townhomes to choose from! Most of the homes are detached, ranging from 1800-5000 square feet. ... more
Single-family homes starting in the $200s.... more
Single-family estate homes from the mid $400s.... more
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Pemberley is a single family and townhome neighborhood in Apex with a community swimming pool just a short drive to i540. ... more
Salem Village is a beautiful single family home neighborhood situated conveniently near major thoroughfares such as I-540 and Hwy 64, allowing for easy access to all points in the Triangle region and is full of amenities.... more
Single-family homes from the $280s, luxury townhomes from the $210s.... more
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Estate homes from $1.8 million.... more
Beautiful condos in 55+ Apex community.... more
In the Villages of Apex (Apex, NC) you can choose from single-family homes, luxury townhomes and condominiums ranging from the low 200s to the mid 500s.... more
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