COMPLETELY Furnished Short-Term Housing! All Utilities Included! Perfect if you’re Relocating to NC and need temporary housing!
You will love staying in this Gorgeous home in the heart of Apex that’s been completely remodeled with 2 separate living rooms (one with a mini fridge and foosball table) and a designated “Office” for your work from home needs. Home is completely furnished and kitchen is stocked with the basic cooking necessities.
This neighborhood is perfect for morning walks … and is close to Scotts Ridge Elementary School and right off highway 540.
This is a newer developing area of Apex and we are excited about welcoming Publix Groceries to the area. We also have Beaver Creek Commons which is a one stop shop for your shopping and restaurant needs including Target, CVS, PetSmart, Chick-fil-A, IHOP, Home Depot, Office Max, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Panera Bread, Chili’s, and many more of your favorites…
This is the perfect area to call your “Home Base” if you’re considering moving to the Cary, Holly Springs, Raleigh (27603) or Apex area. We look forward to Welcoming you to the Carolina’s!
As always, if you need a real estate expert to show you around we have you covered! Our agents are on standby if you decide that it’s time to shop for your Carolina home!
If you’re interested in this home you must submit a message through our website or call/text us at 919-810-9800. We do not allow automatic bookings.
Why Move to Apex?
This beautiful little city near Raleigh has grown rapidly in recent years, so you are not alone in your relocation. In fact, Money Magazine named Apex the Best Place to Live in America in 2015, and most recently it’s been named the #4 Best Suburbs to raise a family in NC. https://www.niche.com/places-to-live
Apex has its own Historic District, the downtown area, and quaint Salem Street. In fact, the city is one of the best-preserved Victorian railroad towns. Thriving downtown features many locally-owned restaurants, coffee shops, and antique shops. The local library remains a hot spot for learning, just as it has for many years.
The Historic District also features homes of multiple eras, including Craftsman, Queen Anne, and Victorian architecture. You can enjoy the weekly farmer’s market here, too.
The Town of Apex, NC maintains 11 miles of public greenway. In addition to the Town maintained greenways, there are currently 9 miles of additional Apex greenways in the planning phases of the Wake County Greenway project.
Also, some of Apex’s greenways actually connect to the Town of Cary’s greenway system so you have access to all those great trails as well.
Apex is home to Jordan Lake, the second largest lake in the Triangle area. The Jordan Lake State Recreation area covers over 13,000 acres and has a shoreline of 180 miles. In addition to being a major water supply for a large portion of Triangle residents, Jordan Lake provides a ton of recreational activities for locals as well.
Apex hosts it’s own farmers market on Salem Street in Historic Downtown Apex. This medium sized market is growing each year and currently offers 20 full time vendors and 13 part time vendors. Here’s the link to learn more about the Farmers Market in Apex https://www.apexfarmersmarket.com/.
If you are moving to Apex to work in Raleigh or elsewhere in the Triangle Area, you will not spend too long in your car commuting. Apex is in a prime position for access to Research Triangle Park (RTP), Raleigh, Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill. The international airport (RDU) is also nearby, only 20 minutes away. If education is why you are moving to Apex, you will find Duke University, North Carolina State University (NC STATE) and UNC-Chapel Hill equally convenient.