Homes for Sale in Abbington by Price
Abbington Apex, NC
Abbington subdivision, located Apex, NC, is a custom-built home subdivision with about 433 homes located in Apex, North Carolina. Abbington is located off HWY 64 near the intersection of Kelly Road and Triangle Expressway/ I 540. Abbington has shopping close by and is just minutes from the Beaver Creek Shopping Center, Jordan Lake and RTP. There are lots of amenities that include a competition-sized pool, two tennis courts and a children’s playground.
Abbington boasts custom homes ranging in price from $500,000 to $700,000, with all the amenities you'd expect. Abbington features a competition-sized swimming pool, a tot lot, and tennis courts for residence use. The Abbington Alligators swim team is a well-recognized swim program and a huge source of neighborhood pride.
Lot sizes for the homes in Abbington range from about .33 to .50 acres and home sizes range from 3,000 square feet to just shy of 4,000 square feet. Many basement lots are available too.
Built in two stages between 1999 and 2008, Abbington is a beautiful neighborhood located in Apex, NC. The first and larger phase of the project features homes priced between $380,000 and $470,000. These homes comprise the Hadley and Windsor sections of the neighborhood. The Stratford section consists of all those homes built during the second phase. These homes range from $500,000 to $650,000. This Apex neighborhood is comprised of 433 total home sites – all of which range from one third to a half acre.
Residents living in Abbington enjoy year-round access to a number of top-notch amenities within the neighborhood, including:
• Abbington Swimming Pool
• A neighborhood swim team
• Children’s playground
• 2 tennis courts
Abbington is also located near a number of recreational amenities in and around the greater Apex area, including:
• Jordan Lake
• Town of Cary Park
• Crosswinds Campground
• Shopping and dining venues in Cary
Residents enjoy excellent local schools, convenient shopping, nearby restaurants and easy access to major area employers, Raleigh Durham Airport and Research Triangle Park. Apex is only a short drive to nearby Jordan Lake, 2 1/2 hour drive to North Carolinas’ pristine beaches or you can be in the Blue Ridge Mountains in about 3 hrs.
In addition to being about 15 miles from RDU and RTP, down town Apex is just minutes away where residents can enjoy restaurants, shops, famines market and more with a quaint small town feel. The Town of Cary is a very short 7 mi. drive and down town Raleigh is close by at 15 miles away.
Many shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and recreational opportunities are found in the surrounding area. You’ll find retail and entertainment options at Apex’s Beaver Creek Crossing and Beaver Creek Commons shopping centers. Major stores in Beaver Creek Crossings include Home Goods, Old Navy, Kohl’s, Lowes and Walmart. Parks and natural attractions include Hunter Street Park, Apex Jaycee Park and the Beaver Creek Greenway. Play Golf at the Knights Play Golf Center.
What started in 1854 as a small railroad town where steam engines would stop at the top of this climb to replenish their water supply on the way to Raleigh, Apex is now a Number 1 Best Place to Live in the US according to Time/Money Magazine (August 2015). Apex got it’s name from being situated at the highest point along a 30-mile section of the Chatham Railroad. Apex was also one of the first towns to be developed around the state capital of Raleigh and was a busting shopping and trading town. There are about 15 public schools that serve Apex as well as Charter and Private School options nearby. As of 2014 the population of Apex was approx. 44K.
The Halle Cultural Arts Center was originally built as the Apex Town Hall in 1912. Today it features a 135 seat theater, three galleries and two studio classrooms and presents an ongoing schedule of art exhibitions, performances and movie screenings.
The Town offers 2 dog parks, 6 recreational parks with future plans in the works for at least two others. Both youth and adult athletic teams are available for year round fun! There are 11 miles of greenways with more planned as well as connections to the Cary Greenway system. The NC Division of Parks and Recreation operates nine recreation areas at the nearby Jordan Lake State Recreation Area. Enjoy fishing, camping and outdoor recreation, with this beautiful natural preserve just minutes away from Abbington.
Visit the Apex Farmers Market located down town every Saturday from April-October in down town from 9am-2pm where you can find yummy baked goods, crafts, honey, local meat/poultry and of course fresh produce! Apex also offers many festivals and events throughout out the year, more info can be found on the Town of Apex webpage.