Angier Homes & Real Estate
Welcome to your local Angier homes for sale resource. Angier, North Carolina is part of the Raleigh-Durham-Cary area, only 20 miles south of Raleigh. The town sits in Harnett County and has a population of about 5,600 residents. Established in 1901, it was a popular stop for travelers from Boston to New Orleans. Today, it's a small but growing suburb of Raleigh known as the "Town of Crepe Myrtles." Home buyers looking for real estate near Raleigh may find Angier offers a varied selection and price points. When looking to buy a home in this community, expect listings that include single-family homes in established neighborhoods as well as custom constructions in new subdivisions. For more information on Angier properties for sale or to schedule a home tour, contact your local real estate experts today! Read more about Angier real estate.
Homes For Sale in Angier NC
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Angier Real Estate Market
Discover homes for sale in Angier that are located in a neighborhood close to schools, major roads, and the Jack Marley Park. Cross Link is a subdivision near the park with new constructions from True Homes. The single-family homes start in the low $200’s for 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Waterford is another newer neighborhood with home prices that run from the upper $100’s to mid $200’s for a house with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Whetstone West is on the town’s north side, a subdivision with homes for sale in the mid $200’s, while the Stockton subdivision has home prices that run from the mid $100’s to low $200’s for 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Norris Farms sits nestled on the southwest side of Angier, a subdivision with new constructions that start in the mid $200’s. The homes offer approximately 2,000 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Quail Glen is another neighborhood with new constructions built by Mohler Homes. The single-family homes start in the mid $300’s for 3,000 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Delilian Estates has contemporary traditional homes built by Gary Robinson Homes. The new constructions start in the mid $300’s for 2,600 square feet, 4 bedrooms, and 2.5 bathrooms.
Various home styles can be found throughout Angier. The newer subdivisions in the community generally feature modern/contemporary traditional architectural designs. Often the exteriors have vinyl siding as well as stone accents. Some may have columns and full porches. Older homes in the town’s established neighborhoods are a mix of newer designs and classics like ranch styles, cottages, farmhouse porches, and both Craftsman and colonial influences.
Angier Community Amenities
Angier residents can enjoy a town lifestyle while living within easy commuting distance from Raleigh. It’s less than 40 miles to the Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) and about 20 miles to Dunn. Buis Creek, home to Campbell University, is less than 10 miles from central Angier. State Highway 55/South Raleigh Street and State Highway 201/West Depot Street are major routes through the town and connect residents to the Raleigh region. While residents may enjoy driving into Raleigh for a meal or shopping, Angier has much to offer. Along Depot Street there are several places to eat, shop, and do business, from local stores to national retailers.
The Jack Marley Park is in the heart of Angier, located on East Williams Street, just north of Depot Street. The 33-acre park includes a 6-acre pond, lighted ball fields, a sand volleyball court, and picnic shelter. The Raven Rock State Park is about 20 miles southwest of Angier and a popular site for camping and hiking. It boasts miles of trails plus bridle paths for horseback riding.
Angier Local Highlights
- A tight-knit population that emphasizes shopping local and community involvement through annual festivals and activities.
- Home to the annual "Crepe Myrtle Festival," which brings in approximately 20,000 visitors every year.
- Part of the "Crossroads" trail, which runs through multiple counties in North Carolina's Southern Piedmont area.
- Only 22 miles from Raleigh, and just 7 miles from Fuquay Varina!
Angier School Information
Angier has public and private school options for kids attending pre-kindergarten through high school. Local public schools within easy access of the town’s residential neighborhoods include Angier Elementary, LaFayette Elementary, Harnett Central Middle and High Schools, and the Carolina Charter Academy.
Look to the community of Angier, North Carolina for homes located close to schools, shopping, dining, and recreation. Angier has varied real estate opportunities, from new constructions to single-family homes in established neighborhoods.
Angier Real Estate Agents
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