DISCOVER HADDEN HALL
A few miles north of Downtown Apex, Haddon Hall is a genteel suburban community with well-trimmed greenery and beautiful neighborhood streets. The decorative iron gate that greets you into the community is reminiscent of simpler times and welcomes residents of the neighborhood into their own world. The streets are smooth and the houses are spaced comfortably, allowing for tight-knit bonds between neighbors, but still enough distance for each house to maintain privacy.
Where Is It?
Haddon Hall is located just north of Downtown Apex, right below U.S. Highway 64. The neighborhood is about 7 miles driving distance from Cary and roughly 17 miles from RTP, which allows for easy commuting in and out of the city. West Williams Street runs closely nearby and Apex Peakway cuts through a small portion of the neighborhood. These streets provide for easy access to the surrounding area and convenient routes of travel.
What’s To Do?
Two of the state’s impressive lakes, Jordan Lake and Harris Lake, aren’t too far away; between 10-12 miles to each. Both lakes provide numerous recreational activates, such as boating, fishing, swimming, camping, hiking/bike trails, geocaching, picnic shelters, and disc golf. Between both of the lakes’ amenities, a resident of Haddon Hall could spend days enjoying them all. Nearby is also The Koka Booth Amphitheater, which hosts summer movie screenings as well as live music performances year round. Haddon Hall itself features a swimming pool, playground area, and tennis court facility for residents to enjoy. Just down the road about 15 minutes is the North Carolina State Fairgrounds. Besides hosting the fair in the fall, the Fairgrounds host various events throughout the year, including the flea market which is open virtually every weekend.
Shopping and Dining
For a quick bite to eat, Panera Bread, Cicis, and Chick-fil-A are close by Haddon Hall, providing cheap options for on-the-go dining. To cater to a sit-down style appetite, Tyler’s Restaurant and Taproom is an area favorite for patrons. Carrabba’s Italian Grill is also nearby for a romantic dinner date or a professional lunch meeting. If the whole family is hungry, Anna’s Pizzeria is just a few minutes south of Haddon Hall and is highly recommended by locals – said to be one of the best places to get a slice of pizza in the area. Target and TJ Maxx & HomeGoods store is right next door and can help with any basic home good needs. Even more stores are included in Beaver Creek Commons shopping mall, which encompasses the same area as Target and TJ Maxx, providing quick and easy access to retail shopping and a vast array of dining options. Additionally, Lowes Foods is nearby to the south west, providing fresh foods to residents in the area.
Schools in the Area
Apex Elementary, Middle, and High Schools are all within a drivable distance of Scotts Mill and benefit from being a part of the Wake County Public School System. Olive Chapel Elementary, Baucom Elementary, and The Goddard School are good options for education in the area as well. Just to the east is Wake Tech Community College, for post-secondary students hoping to stay close to home while obtaining an associate’s degree.