Woodcreek Neighborhood Description

Dated: May 19 2020

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Woodcreek in Apex, North Carolina, is made up of newly constructed villas and townhouses, and features multiple amenities. Located just a few miles from I-540, U.S. 1, and Highway 55, Woodcreek is conveniently located to the greater Triangle area and Research Triangle Park—and it may be even more convenient in future, as the proposed extension of I-540 from N.C. 55 in Apex to U.S. 64 in Knightdale would swing right by the neighborhood. 


As a Woodcreek resident, you’ll enjoy a clubhouse, pool, waterslide, lazy river, playground, lighted basketball and tennis courts, and multiple green spaces, all easily accessible and located right in your own community. For those who want to get outside, go fishing, canoeing, hiking, and more at Bass Lake Park, only a few miles away. Great schools, including Holly Springs Elementary, Holly Ridge Middle, and Holly Springs High, are nearby, along with shopping, dining, grocery, and entertainment opportunities. 


If you’re looking for a natural retreat in the middle of the city, Woodcreek welcomes you home. 


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Lee Goldstein

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