Scotts Mill Neighborhood Description

Dated: May 19 2020

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Scotts Mill in Apex, North Carolina, is located directly off I-540 at Apex Barbecue Road. This central location provides easy access to U.S. 64, U.S. 1, and via I-540, Research Triangle Park and the rest of the Raleigh-Durham area. Scotts Mill offers a variety of home types, including single-family, townhouses, and new construction sites. 

 

This neighborhood is made up of a diverse community and offers multiple unique opportunities, including a children’s swim team, book club, 55+ group, and a recreation committee that hosts regular activities and annual events such as egg hunts and food truck rodeos. Amenities include a clubhouse, recreation center, and swimming pool; plus, Scotts Mill backs up to the Beaver Creek Greenway, providing residents with miles of trails in their own backyards. For more to do beyond Scotts Mill, downtown Apex’s dining, shopping, and entertainment venues, along with multiple town parks and events, await. 

 

To experience a vibrant community in a great location, find your new home at Scott Mill. 

http://lee.intrustrealty.com/areas/Scotts_Mill

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