claims nearly two square-miles at the northern tip of scenic
County. Located in
North Carolina, Harnett County and its patchwork of communities
lie partially within the
Triad and partially within the Coastal
town, known for its stunning display of crepe myrtles, has
experienced significant growth in recent years.
According to the 2000 Census, the population of Angier was
treats residents to an unparalleled quality of life.
Affordable real estate, a refreshingly mild climate,
top-notch schools and
proximity to nearby urban amenities make Angier the perfect
environment in which to live. In
addition, Angier residents rest well in the knowledge that their
rates fall well below those of NC’s average.
have access to thirteen colleges within a one-hour drive of Harnett
facilities include three well-known research universities:
Carolina State University in
of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
Other fine choices include
Creek, Meredith College
and Shaw University,
both of which are in Raleigh.
Fear River flows from the northwest to the southeast and serves
as a precious commodity to a large portion of NC residents.
Among its many roles to the community, the Cape Fear River
provides fresh water, acts as the main drainage system in the region
and provides numerous recreational activities for area visitors and
currently one of
County’s fastest growing areas and is a bedroom community of
the highly acclaimed Research Triangle
Park, only an hour’s drive away.
Local businesses continue to experience growth in both size
and quantity, paving the way to a booming local economy sure to last
for generations to come. Angier
lies nine miles north of
the county seat, and twenty miles south of
NC’s capital city. Commuters
have convenient access to major highways such as
home to a number of civic groups, which frequently host
for the community. The
Angier Chamber organizes annual events throughout the year, such as
the spring Crepe Myrtle Golf Tournament, the summer
Fest, the stunning autumn Crepe Myrtle Festival and the
Christmas Parade in winter. Popular
destinations in and around Angier include the
Educational State Forest, the
Carolina Museum of Art and the
Rock State Park. Raven
Rock State Park, found in Lillington, features eleven miles of
hiking trails, seven miles of bridle trails and facilities for
camping and picnicking.
North Carolina is a model
community in which to live and work.
Despite the tremendous development, Angier remains a
friendly, close-knit community.
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