Eagle Mountain Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Located on Raleigh’s south side, the Eagle Mountain neighborhood consists of large single-family homes lining Okamato Street. Eagle Mountain is 10 miles from Raleigh’s downtown area.
The vast majority of homes in Eagle Mountain were built between 1980 and 1989, although some construction continued beyond the year 2000. The neighborhood is loosely bordered by Ten-Ten Road to the south, Fayetteville Highway to the west, and is connected to the Eagle Ridge subdivision to the east.
Portions of Okamato Street feature sidewalks lining one side of the road, providing plenty of space along Eagle Mountain’s northern end for residents to enjoy outdoor activities such as biking, walking, rollerblading, and dog-walking.
Eagle Mountain residents in search of additional outdoor recreation opportunities can take a five-mile trip to the northwest to visit Lake Wheeler Park, which features 150 acres of parkland for walking and hiking as well as a 650-acre lake perfect for sailing, boating, rowing, canoeing, kayaking, and fishing.
Those in search of cultural and historical attractions can visit the North Carolina Museum of Art and the North Carolina Museum of History. The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences is also a short distance from the neighborhood as are an assortment of fine dining establishments and shopping opportunities, including Crabtree Valley Mall, which features over 200 stores and is one of the largest malls in the southeastern United States.
Commuters will also enjoy a quick and convenient commute to Research Triangle Park as well as neighboring cities such as Chapel Hill, Durham, and Cary via major nearby thoroughfares including Highway 64 and Interstate 40.