Angier Market Stats
Known as the "Town of Crepe Myrtles," Angier has gained a reputation for its close-knit atmosphere, idyllic downtown, and endless potential. Boasting an ideal location near the northeastern border of Harnett County, this growing community has something for just about everyone—but Angier's biggest perk has to be its one-of-a-kind small-town charm.
Since 2010, Angier's population has grown by nearly 25%, largely thanks to its top-notch public schools and easy access to major highways (including US-401). So if you're on the hunt for a new hometown where you can really get to know your neighbors, Angier might just check all the boxes. Let's explore!
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Angier at a Glance
Verdant parks, affordable homes, quaint historic districts...this is just the beginning of what you'll discover when you call Angier home! As your Triangle experts, we know all the insider details—feel free to contact us with any other questions you might have.
Median household income: $48,306
Median home value: $248,500
Travel & Commute
Raleigh: 33 min
Lillington: 15 min
Fuquay-Varina: 11 min
Major Roads: Highway 210, Highway 55, US-401
Local shopping & dining
Take a stroll down Angier's tree-lined Depot Street to uncover a variety of locally owned shops, restaurants, and countless other businesses. Favorites include the Angier Creative Arts Center, Simply Decor, Ed's Family Restaurant, and Brick & Mortar Grill.
Angier also has plenty of big-box stores and everyday conveniences. The town is served by multiple grocery stores and gas stations, as well as specialty butchers and breweries.
Verdant green spaces
The crown jewel of Downtown Angier has to be Jack Marley Park, a 33-acre green space located just outside of the town's bustling commercial district. Here, you can spend time in the great outdoors on Centennial Trail, stay active at the various sports courts, or just go for a leisurely walk around the lake.
Looking for a more rugged outdoor adventure? Angier is just a half hour from the peaks, trails, and recreational facilities at Raven Rock State Park.
There's always something happening in Angier! The annual Crepe Myrtle Celebration draws tens of thousands of visitors to Angier every May. At this unique festival, guests can take part in arts and crafts demonstrations, sample local cuisine, or listen to live music from North Carolina musicians.
Angier has plenty of other year-round events you won't want to miss, including the annual Holiday Parade and the TAP into Spring Craft & Vendor Market.
A+ public and private schools
Even if you don't have children of your own, investing in a community with great schools can help raise property values over time. Luckily, Angier is zoned for Harnett County Schools, a growing district that serves more than 20,000 students throughout the area.
Children living in Angier have the opportunity to attend McGee's Crossroads Elementary, Angier Elementary, North Harnett Primary School, Harnett Central Middle, or Harnett Central High. Additionally, Angier is home to the Carolina Charter Academy.
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