Apex

The city’s motto – the Peak of Good Living – is evident in the area’s 500 acres of parkland and a vibrant historic downtown that makes Apex outdoorsy, retro and contemporary all at once.

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You won't run out of options if you're looking for new homes in Apex, North Carolina. KB Home offers two-story floor plans with 2-car garages, and you can choose from 2236 to 2682 square feet, 3 - 5 bedrooms, and 2.5 - 3 baths. You'll find a peaceful cul-de-sac community with many homes backing up to trees or open space. Enjoy a stroll along the community greenway trail or take in the pleasant views from your own backyard. This prime location is close to shopping and dining at Beaver Creek Commons and Holly Springs Shopping Center, and convenient to I-540. Your ENERGY STAR® certified new home is also located near highly ranked schools. If you're looking to own in Apex, KB Home has the best selection of new homes for sale.

Carey C. Jones Memorial Park in Apex, NC
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Welcome to Apex

You'll find this thriving suburb 7 miles south of Cary and less than 15 miles west of Raleigh. The city was incorporated in 1873 and earned its name for being the highest geographical point along the Chatham Railroad route between Richmond, Virginia, and Jacksonville, Florida. Today the city adds one more bonus to its lofty position, it's just 18 miles from Research Triangle Park, one of the area's main employers with over 200 companies on its campus. Thus, Apex provides an affordable small-town haven for its resident techies. And while the region is experiencing recent population growth it hasn't abandoned its family-friendly vibe with highly ranked schools, a weekly farmers' market and an annual jazz festival. No wonder Money magazine rated Apex number 1 on its Best Places to Live in 2015. More reasons to check out this great city include:

  • Jordan Lake State Recreation Area. You'll find nine different access areas lining this 14,000-acre reservoir, with over 1,000 campsites and nearly 14 miles of hiking trails among its offerings.
  • North Carolina Railroad Museum and New Hope Valley Railway. Located together in nearby New Hill, the museum houses antique train cars, artifacts and memorabilia, while the railway offers one-hour rides on vintage trains.

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