Fox Haven Apartments for Rent
Just east of Interstate 40 on Raleigh’s northeast side lies the Fox Haven neighborhood, which consists solely of homes situated along Fox Haven Place. The subdivision is bordered by Fox Road to the south, which is the only access into the area, although Beaverwood Drive lies to the east and Jeffreys Creek Lane sits to the west.
Tucked into a backdrop of trees on spacious wooded lots, the homes along the main stretch in Fox Haven are single-family, two-story homes built primarily in the 1980s. Newer homes were added to the neighborhood between 1990 and 2000. On the far north end of the court are approximately six apartment buildings, making the street a combination of single-family and multiple-family residences.
With sidewalks present on one side of Fox Haven Place, the area is suitable for children, pets, walkers, and bikers, and just beyond a row of trees on the western edge of the neighborhood is Fox Road Elementary School. Less than five miles to the northwest is Durant Nature Park, 237-acres of parkland featuring miles of nature trails, scenic overlooks, two lakes, bird and butterfly gardens, and woodlands.
Although residents are provided the safe and secluded feel of suburban living in the Fox Haven neighborhood, they won’t have to sacrifice proximity to North Carolina’s bustling capital city in order to enjoy it. Downtown Raleigh is a 20-minute drive to the south, and cities like Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill are easily accessed by hopping onto major nearby thoroughfares such as Interstate 40 and Interstate 540.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University in Durham are both approximately 30 miles from the Fox Haven neighborhood, and Raleigh-Durham International Airport is a 25-minute drive to the west.