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Apex

Why you'd want to live in Apex

Historic Downtown Apex -Downtown Apex, considered one of the most intact turn-of-the-century railroad towns in the area, received official designation as a Historic District in 1994. -The Downtown Historic District has commercial/residential buildings dating back to the late 1800s, which represent a large variety of architectural styles. Many buildings are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. -The Depot, built sometime between 1867 and 1873, is designated as a Wake County landmark. This location marked the highest point on the old Chatham Railroad. An old caboose has been added to the site and serves as a historical museum. Once serving as a working railroad depot station, this building is now home to Town of Apex Economic Development staff, as well as the Apex Chamber of Commerce. Protecting our Small Town Character -The Small Town Character Overlay Zoning District passed in 2006 to help maintain the character of the heart of Apex, the Downtown and surrounding residential neighborhoods. -The town offers façade grants and a reduction of capacity fees for businesses locating in the Central Business District. -A major streetscape renovation project has restored Apex’s downtown and recaptured its historic flavor. The old Town Hall was renovated and has become the award-winning Halle Cultural Arts Center. -The downtown and surrounding neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as one of the best examples of an intact turn-of-the-century railroad town in North Carolina. The National Register Historic District has commercial and residential buildings that date to the late 1800’s and represent a wide variety of architectural styles. via apexnc.org

Apex Market Report

$791,634

AVERAGE PRICE OF 477 HOMES

$2,088,122

AVERAGE PRICE OF 65 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HOMES

$685,121

AVERAGE PRICE OF 243 NEWLY BUILT HOMES

$644,165

AVERAGE PRICE OF 284 HOMES WITH A POOL

$626,750

AVERAGE PRICE OF 9 REDUCED PRICE HOMES

Average Home

Average Price $791,634
Avg Bedrooms 3.52 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.36 baths

Average Price by Bedrooms

1 bedroom $604,966
2 bedrooms $464,516
3 bedrooms $543,205
4 bedrooms $668,471
5 bedrooms $927,663
Apex Home Price Trends
  3/2024 2/2024 1/2024 12/2023 11/2023
Total Listings 429 381 357 493 509
Average Price $833,890 $850,620 $872,808 $801,766 $818,745
Avg Price Change -2.01% -2.61% +8.86% -2.12% +2.34%
Median Price $627,477 $617,188 $619,660 $629,143 $627,394
Med Price Change +1.67% -0.40% -1.53% +0.28% +3.97%
Avg Bedrooms 3.45 beds 3.43 beds 3.36 beds 3.45 beds 3.44 beds
Avg Bathrooms 3.25 baths 3.18 baths 3.14 baths 3.26 baths 3.29 baths
Home Price by High School
School Name Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
Apex Friendship 231 $676,295 74 days
Home Price by House Size
Total Homes Average Price Avg Days on Site
All Homes 477 $791,634 83 days
Multi-Million Dollar Homes 65 $2,088,122 170 days
Newly Built Homes 243 $685,121 71 days
Homes with a Pool 284 $644,165 51 days
Reduced Price Homes 9 $626,750 43 days
Coldwell Banker - Howard Perry and Walston | Burgon Reserve Realty
Wil & Rachael Burgon
9051 Strickland Road, #200
Raleigh, NC 27615
919-271-9691
801-258-1073

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