Indian Hills Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Just off the beaten path and nestled among tall pines and sturdy oaks, you will find the houses of Indian Hills. The majority of houses here were built in the 1970s, evidenced by the abundance of split level homes found there. For variety, there is also a dash of salt box style family homes, and of course, Raleigh’s popular duplexes. Regardless of the age of the homes, they are well preserved and the community is well kept.
Known only to those familiar with the neighborhood, is an almost-hidden direct access route to Highway 1 and the Raleigh Beltline, making other sections of Raleigh only minutes away. Otherwise, the Indian Hills streets are far enough from Raleigh’s main thoroughfares to be quiet. There are sidewalks for jogging and dog walking, and all the trees will keep you and your pet around ten degrees cooler during summertime strolls.
Athens Drive High School is very close, making this an ideal neighborhood for growing families. A sprinkling of basketball hoops show this community does indeed enjoy the family life. Single professors and serious college students will also find this neighborhood a good choice. Indian Hills is very convenient to North Carolina State University, but just far enough away from the campus to avoid the louder “party zones.”
Just a few miles away, the Avent Ferry Shopping center provides a grocery store, restaurants, post office, a North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles office (for drivers’ licenses and related business), and a variety of specialty stores. The shopping center is also a hub for the Raleigh bus system and the Wolfline – North Carolina State University’s bus system.
Wholesome family life tucked away just minutes from Raleigh’s busiest and most popular streets, and North Carolina State University are just two reasons residents are happy to call Indian Hills home.