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Apex, NC Real Estate

Area Information

Apex, NC – The Triangle’s Best Kept Secret

Of all the growing suburbs of Raleigh, NC, Apex is the one to look out for! Apex, NC has a rich history as a railroad town, and it is still celebrated today. Apex’s quaint and walkable downtown was designated a historic district, and this sort of commitment to its past and historical buildings have earned Apex the reputation for being one of the most intact railroad towns in the state. Because of its close proximity to RaleighDurhamCary, and Research Triangle Park, Apex is a rapidly growing area that people want to settle down in. If you want to live in a small community with a rich heritage, Apex is the place for you! Explore the many Apex neighborhoods like Abbington that you could call home.

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Why Do Residents Choose Apex?

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Wonderful Education


  • 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


Apex at a Glance

Travel and Commute

Raleigh: 25 min

RDU: 22 min

Durham: 27 min

Chapel Hill: 39 min

Quick Facts

Population: 50,451

County: Wake

Size: 19.16 sq mi

Median Home Price: $278,400

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