If you’re looking to make a move in the Triangle, it may be time to look for a new home in Angier. This North Carolina community is one of the Triangle’s fastest growing towns, and for good reason. Angier is located in both Wake County and Harnett County, and as Raleigh continues to be a draw for new residents, rural communities like Angier are becoming the Triangle’s biggest boomtowns.
Robuck Homes is proud to build in Angier. We pride ourselves on building the highest quality homes in highly desirable locations. And it’s why we’re thrilled to introduce Kennebec Crossing in Angier, which falls in the southern part of Wake County and will be assigned to Wake County Public Schools. This community is just one of the great things about life in Angier. If you’re wondering why you should choose this growing town, here are 4 reasons we think you should consider it.
As Angier grows, you can be a part of its future
Angier is the fastest-growing towns in the Triangle, growing by nearly 8 percent from 2020 and 2021 alone. In fact, in April of 2010, Angier had 4,350 residents, but over the course of a decade, its population had increased by 24 percent. And in 2023, that number had grown to over 6,500. It’s no secret that Angier is one of the most sought-after communities outside of the greater Triangle area.
While Angier is part of Harnett County, a halo county outside of the Triangle, Kennebec Crossing is located in the ever-growing Wake County. This means residents will enjoy both the outstanding benefits of Wake County, which is consistently named one of the top places to live in the United States, as well as the close-knit community of Angier. It’s an exciting place to build a future and to find your place in its growth.
The atmosphere speaks of community
Known as “Town of Crepe Myrtles,” Angier is known for its Crepe Myrtle Celebration, a long-standing event that draws in thousands of visitors to Angier. During this weekend event, the community becomes a draw with food vendors, games, and music for the whole family. Angier is also growing from a business standpoint. Its downtown area continues bringing new small businesses that is driving more appeal for the community. Its annual Bike Fest, which raises money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, draws a crowd of motorcycle enthusiasts to downtown Angier for music, fundraisers, food, and more. And as the community continues to grow, the city’s officials are focused on preserving the town’s charm while also enhancing facilities and outdoor opportunities for residents. The community is intent on holding tightly to its small town appeal, and it’s a major reason to find your new home in Angier.
Everything you need is close-by
One of the great things about Angier is that even though it’s a small town, it’s also a short distance from city life. It’s just a few minutes to downtown Fuquay-Varina, which offers a wide variety of restaurants, shops, and galleries to explore. Fuquay-Varina used to be a rural farming community, but today, this town of 30,000 features craft breweries, historic sites, annual celebrations, and so much more.
Angier is also a 22-mile drive into Raleigh. This means residents are close to world-renowned universities, numerous cultural opportunities, incredible dining options, high-level jobs, and all the benefits that come from a booming metropolitan area. Yet you can also enjoy everything
you need right in Angier.
Kennebec Crossing gives you the best of every world
Kennebec Crossing from Robuck Homes is a new development that brings you close to everything there is to love about this growing community. Angier’s small-town atmosphere is a great place for families looking for a hometown feel, but as it grows, it offers exciting opportunities for anyone seeking a rural experience. Kennebec Crossing is uniquely positioned to be in Wake County, which offers benefits like outstanding schools, medical facilities, libraries, and programming for its residents.
Kennebec Crossing will also feature brand new floor plans from Robuck Homes, including single family homes and townhomes. Homeowners will enjoy modern features, ranch-style or two- story homes, and primary suites located either upstairs or down. Homes are priced from the
$400’s and townhomes are priced in the $300’s.
Get in touch to explore all Kennebec Crossing has to offer and to see why you should choose a
new home in Angier.