Certainly, anybody relocating to an apartment in the area of Raleigh, North Carolina, would like to hear that economic stability and growth is one of the calling cards of their new home. Located just a few minutes from downtown Raleigh, the ever-bustling US-64 corridor and The Triangle region, apartments in Wendell continually offer residents this luxury. While piece of mind in the region's economy will get renters interested, it's typically Wendell's picturesque and immaculately preserved downtown areas that gets visitors to stay and rent Wendell apartments.
Downtown Wendell, North Carolina, seems like it was built with a leisurely Sunday stroll in mind. A number of small businesses and restaurants line the streets, as well as a few buildings that have likely been there longer than any living residents. The first post office, built in 1891, has been restored by the Wendell Historical Society, and still sits at the corner of Oakwood and 4th Street. A trip further into the town will take those renting Wendell apartments past the Hephzibah Baptist Church, founded in 1809, as well as the Dr Thomas H. Avera House, Harmony Plantation, Riley Hill School and Wendell Commercial Historic District, all of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wendell's downtown area is perhaps never as busy or attractive as during Saturday morning Farmer's Markets, the Independence Day Celebration, or the Christmas Candlelight Tour. Each July 4th, amid streamers of red, white and blue, residents with Wendell apartments gather in the streets for the annual parade, followed by hot dogs, watermelon, cotton candy and lemonade in the streets. About 6 months later, downtown is crowded again, as residents prepare for a tour of the historic buildings and houses in town, beautifully lit for the holiday season.
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