Haddon Hall – It’s the good life in Apex, North Carolina!

 

There’s many great reasons Haddon Hall in Apex is topping the list for homebuyers on the hunt for a home in the Triangle area. Its convenient, its elegant, and it has the amenities you’ve dreamed of! Its also home to our featured listing in the Crossings at Haddon Hall!

Imagine; you’ve just had an easy commute home using 540 or 64. You turn into your new neighborhood and pass those stately landscaped monuments.  There’s a feel of pride because you’ve worked for this and its now yours.

Drive down the street to your new home – Yards are well-maintained. Streets are tree-lined with sidewalks and streetlights. There are tennis courts, a community pool and clubhouse, a playground, a pond which serves as a popular site for walking, jogging, biking, fishing or just a backdrop to see the ducks.

Those who own condos at the Crossings at Haddon Hall enjoy the same access to amenities as owners of homes in the Haddon Hall Owner’s Association.

Socialize with your neighbors – there is a social committee that plans and executes a variety of events throughout the year! You can learn about events and other important news via the community’s monthly newsletter.

Just off the 64 corridor, Haddon Hall is west of Downtown Raleigh in Wake County. It has convenience right in your backyard. Beaver Creek Commons and Beaver Creek Crossings have all the essentials for dining and shopping, and highway 64 means you’re minutes away from the adventure and fun of downtown Raleigh!

You want to see this fantastic location!

To see your next home,  more about Haddon Hall, The Crossings at Haddon Hall, or our ‘Coming Soon’  listings, please contact us at 919-782-4505. We’ll be happy to have one of our Buyer Specialists answer your questions and arrange for a showing of available homes. With the Rachel Kendall Team, every day is an open house, and we’d love to help you make that next move happen!

 

 

 

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