Fox Hill Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Bordered by Southhall Road to the east and Buffaloe Road to the north, the Fox Hill neighborhood on Raleigh’s northeast side contains large single-family homes built primarily in the 1990s, although some construction dates back as far as the 1930s.
Featuring very large lots, the small community along Southall Road backs up to a mobile home park to the west and is surrounded by a backdrop of trees, although it is still conveniently located to major thoroughfares such as Interstate 540 and U.S. Route 1.
Because Southall Road is a main road running for several miles from Buffaloe Road to Skycrest Drive, there are no sidewalks in the Fox Hill subdivision, making biking or walking difficult. The homes sit relatively far apart from one another, affording residents a safe and secluded country feel a short distance from major cities like downtown Raleigh and neighboring Cary, Durham, and Chapel Hill. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is a 40-minute drive to the west along Interstate 40, and Duke University is a 40-minute commute to the northwest.
Marsh Creek Park, a short distance to the south, features a playground, community center, skate park, lighted baseball diamond, and an inline hockey rink. Raleigh-Durham International Airport is approximately 20 miles to the northwest, and a variety of cultural, recreational, art, and entertainment opportunities abound in downtown Raleigh, which is a 15-minute commute from the Fox Hill neighborhood. Residents can also take advantage of nearby Crabtree Valley Mall – one of the largest malls in the southeastern United States – which has over 200 stores and is located within 10 miles of the subdivision.