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Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502 Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502

Beckett Crossing is a pleasant and mature neighborhood in Apex, NC, off Olive Chapel Road. 

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Access to Beckett Crossing is directly from Olive Chapel Road or from Beaver Creek Shopping Center through Carriage Downs on Red Barn Way.

Raleigh or NC State University are a 30 minute commute.  The Research Triangle Park, “RTP,” is about a 25 minute drive.  Heavy drive-time traffic can affect either commute.

Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502

The neighborhood was developed in the mid 1990’s by Comstock Homes of NC.  136 pleasant transitional homes comprise Beckett Crossing, with home sizes ranging from 2000 to 4100 square feet. 
Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502

Typical amenities include two story family rooms, 3 to 5 bedrooms, 2.5 to 3.5 baths, separate formal areas, plentiful windows to light the home, .25 to .48 acre lots, 2 car garages, dual-zone HVAC with natural gas heat, and a suburban cul-de-sac street development.  Kids play in the quiet streets and at the community pool.

School assignments are managed by Wake County Public SchoolsMore information on Wake County Public Schools.

Beckett Crossing has a Homeowners Association.  HOA dues are $125.00 quarterly, and cover common area maintenance, HOA, and the community pool.

Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502

Home sales currently fall in the $240,000-$420,000 range. 

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Property taxes, while under reassessment at this time, have been approximately 0.88% of the property’s assessed Tax Value.  More information on Wake County property taxes.

Beckett Crossing, Apex NC 27502

Nearness to shopping and centers of employment and great community amenities make Beckett Crossing a wonderful option in Apex, NC.

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