Apex, North Carolina 27502
Covington Real Estate
A New Neighborhood Nestled in Small-Town Apex
This entire neighborhood looks and feels like home. Transitional and Craftsman-inspired homes sit on cozy streets in a residential area in small-town Apex, with new features like gourmet kitchens and hardwood floors making these homes in Covington ready to move in and enjoy.
Covington is a new neighborhood located off of Olive Chapel Road — near Bristol Walk townhomes — and just a few minutes from the Triangle Expressway (to I-540) and US-64. Residents of this community can enjoy all the best features of Apex in just minutes, from hiking to shopping and everything in between. Welcome home.
Covington is Close to the Best Outdoor Adventures
You don't have to venture far from this Apex neighborhood to enjoy a hike or a swim. Covington's ideal location puts you close to Apex's best outdoor attractions, from local greenways and regional hiking trails to expansive county and state parks. (And for even more fun, it's just a quick trip along the Triangle Expressway and I-540 to William B. Umstead State Park in Raleigh.)
The American Tobacco Trail
Love hiking, horseback riding, or mountain biking? You'll love how close Covington is to the American Tobacco Trail, a 22-mile paved and compacted surface trail that connects Downtown Durham with Apex. Covington is located 4 miles from one of the trail's parking lots on New Hill Olive Chapel Road.
Jordan Lake is Right Down US-64
You don't have to drive to the Atlantic Coast to enjoy summer at the beach, since Jordan Lake is just 15 minutes away from the Covington neighborhood. There are several recreation areas at Jordan Lake that offer swimming at the sandy beaches, with the added fun of camping, boating, fishing, picnicking, and hiking.
But There's Even More to Love About Apex
Covington may be in the best location to enjoy outdoor adventures close to home, but that's not the only reason to love this neighborhood (or the small town, for that matter).
Apex is growing in popularity due to its convenience to Research Triangle Park and Downtown Raleigh, but it has preserved its small-town way of life in its quaint downtown and in the way that Apex neighbors welcome each other.
There are plenty of places to shop, dine, and enjoy life with your friends and neighbors. Fall in love with Downtown Apex's boutiques and local businesses housed in historic brick buildings along Salem Street, and make sure you visit downtown for PeakFest, Olde Fashioned 4th of July, and Christmas on Salem. (Downtown Apex is just 3.5 miles from Covington along Olive Chapel Road and Chatham Street.)
For more modern shopping and dining favorites — including Target, Lowe's, Chick-fil-A, and Panera Bread — head to Beaver Creek Commons shopping center or the adjacent Beaver Creek Crossings shopping center, located along Beaver Creek Common Drive just off US-64.
Covington Has New Homes in a Great Location
This brand new residential neighborhood in Apex lets you enjoy all the features you love about the suburbs — open spaces, spacious homes, and plenty of parks and shopping centers nearby — in a home that is move-in ready. Covington's homes often feature:
- hardwood floors on main floor
- open concept floor plan
- kitchen with granite countertops and center island
- master bathrooms with double vanities
- back deck with fenced-in yard available
Nothing says "home" quite like Covington's new homes and Apex's small-town atmosphere. We can help you find the right home that will let you enjoy all the things you love most. Call us at 919-891-3612 when you want to take a tour of the neighborhood.
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