Cameron Park is a mature neighborhood in the center of Apex, NC.
View current Active Listings in Cameron Park.
Access to the neighborhood is from Olive Chapel Road or through Dogwood Ridge, or Amherst. Getting to and from the neighborhood is easy.
Raleigh and North Carolina State University are a 25 to 30 minute commute. Cary is an easy 10 minute drive. Regional employment center, the Research Triangle Park, “RTP,” is about 25 minutes. All commutes can lengthen during drive-time traffic.
Cameron Park was developed from 1999 into the early 2000’s. A variety of home choices comprises Cameron Park, with low country, transitional, and traditional style homes represented, from 1900 to 3300+ square feet. See my slideshow of Cameron Park photos on Flickr.
Typical single family home amenities include 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2.5 or 3 baths, bonus rooms, beautiful 1/7 to 1/3 acre lots, 2 car garages, natural gas heat, and winding cul-de-sac streets.
School are managed by Wake County Public Schools. More information on Wake County Public Schools.
Cameron Park has a Homeowners Association. HOA dues support maintenance of common areas including pool, tennis, and play areas. Current HOA dues are approximately $35.00 monthly.
Recent sales fall within the $275,000-$405,000 range.
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Property taxes are approximately 1.1% of the property’s assessed Tax Value. More information on Wake County property taxes.
Cameron Park has easy access to Beaver Creek and Apex shopping and local amenities, beautiful lots, and affordable to upgrade pricing. These factors combine to make Cameron Park an superb option for homebuyers seeking convenience in Apex, North Carolina.
3 thoughts on “Cameron Park: Custom homes in Apex, NC”
I live in Cameron Park and noticed wuite a few of the photos in your file are of houses not in the neighborhood. None of the brick houses are Cameron Park homes. They may be in Dogwood Ridge, which is the next subdivision over. Just thought I would point that out…
First, Thanks for reading and for cluing me in.
I have a few Triangle Neighborhood Profile blogs from several years ago that need updating, and apparently Cameron Park is one of them.
Those neighborhoods DO tend to run together, don’t they?