Fox Hollow Apartments for Rent
Located on Raleigh’s southeast side, the Fox Hollow neighborhood encompasses Sourwood Street, Big Oak Street, Fox Hollow Road, Adcox Place, Owl Tree Court, Ferrett Court, and Fox Tail Court. The subdivision is bordered by Creech Road to the east and Sanderford Road to the south and west.
Although the majority of homes in Fox Hollow were built between 1960 and 1989, some construction dates back to the 1930s, and newer houses were added to the subdivision in the 1990s. The neighborhood is a mixture of single-family, one-story homes and multi-family, two-story duplexes.
Sourwood Street consists primarily of single-family, ranch-style homes, as does Adcox Place and Owl Tree Court. The four remaining streets – Fox Hollow Road, Ferrett Court, Fox Tail Court, and Big Oak Street – all contain duplex townhouses suitable for multiple families. Although the Fox Hollow neighborhood only takes up .048 square miles, its population is upwards of 300 due to the high prevalence of multiple-family dwellings. Big Oak Street and Fox Hollow Road each have sidewalks on one side of the street.
Downtown Raleigh is less than five miles to the north, allowing commuters to the city to reach their destination in approximately 10-15 minutes. Notable sights in and around the state’s capital city include the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, North Carolina State University, the North Carolina Symphony, and the Carolina Ballet. Interstate 40, a major thoroughfare throughout North Carolina and the southeastern United States, is within a half mile from most parts of the Fox Hollow neighborhood.