Auston Grove Apartments

1160 Auston Grove Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610
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Some Reasons to Move to Raleigh

Some Reasons to Move to Raleigh

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 22, 2018

Auston Grove Apartments in RaleighDiscover what makes the City of Oaks and its nearby communities best places to live

Raleigh, N.C.’s bustling state capital is known to residents as the "City of Oaks," you'll understand the nickname when you visit downtown. Oak trees line the streets and sidewalks, offering pleasant shady spots for window shopping, coffee drinking and patio dining. Traveling east of Raleigh, you’ll find North Carolina’s beautiful coastal regions, and traveling west, you’ll find the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains. Beyond the city's natural beauty and convenient location, here are six more reasons to move to the Raleigh area.

1. Raleigh combines modern, urban living with traditional Southern flair.

Folks often move to Raleigh looking for urban living with a Southern touch. The neighborhoods surrounding downtown Raleigh make it easy for residents to bike to the local farmers market, walk to a new restaurant or bar, or visit the State Capitol Building.

2. There are lots of options for delicious food in Raleigh, from barbecue to vegan.

When it comes to good food, the Raleigh region offers many options.

3. Huge First Friday events showcase Raleigh's great galleries, studios and museums.

Remember to mark your calendars for the First Friday Gallery Walk in downtown Raleigh. On the first Friday of every month, local galleries, studios and museums keep their doors open late. Galleries display new artworks, artists talk about their latest creations, and you can find handcrafted gifts for family and friends.

4. Raleigh's neighbors, Durhan and Chapel Hill, are also great places to live and visit.

When it comes to where you live, good neighbors make a big difference. Raleigh has two neighboring cities, Durham and Chapel Hill, and they are both listed among Livability’s Top 100 Best Places to Live. In fact, Durham is even ranked among the top five best places to live.

5. Many Raleigh area's restaurants serve locally grown food.

Speaking of Durham, it's worth a drive if for nothing else but to visit Piedmont, a restaurant that's cozy and small, but big on recommendations for a true taste of North Carolina flavor. Local farm-grown ingredients are a Piedmont specialty, and its ever-changing seasonal menu means there's always something new and delicious to try.

5. Several colleges ensure opportunities for education and a college town culture.

Educational Opportunities: Many folks move to the Raleigh region for educational opportunities. North Carolina State University is the largest four-year university in the state, and it is nationally renowned for programs in engineering, biology and agriculture. Duke University is located in Durham, and it is a prestigious private research institution known for its medical school and medical center. And of course, there's the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, best known for its programs in business, government, law and public health.

For more information on apartments inRaleigh, NC contact Auston Grove.

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Favorite (Last Minute) Valentine's Day Events Around Raleigh, NC

Favorite (Last Minute) Valentine's Day Events Around Raleigh, NC

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Auston Grove Apartments in RaleighValentine's Day isn't just for couples -- but whether you're single or in a relationship, if you haven't made plans yet there are some new events to try in the Triangle this year.

Dinner and treats

Valentine's Dinner at Il Palio - Enjoy a special four-course menu created by Executive Chef Teddy Diggs on Feb. 14.

Valentine's Dinner at Brio - The restaurant will feature a special menu Feb. 9 through 18, including several holiday inspired courses. Call for reservations.

Valentine's Day Italian Wine Dinner - Al's Burger Shack, Mel's Commissary & Catering and Italian Pizzeria III are collaborating on this Valentine's Day dinner. The six-course meal will feature Italian favorites paired with wine for $60 at Mel's in downtown Carrboro.

Valentine Aphrodisiac Tasting - Unscripted Hotel will feature a five-course tasting inspired by aphrodisiac foods accompanied by molecular mixology cocktails prepared by Bedlam Vodka. There will be music by DJ Mic Check.

Valentine's Day at the Washington Duke Inn - On Feb. 14, indulge in a four-course menu created with starry-eyed lovebirds in mind, featuring amuse-bouche, choice of appetizer, entrée and dessert. The love affair runs from 6:30 to 10 p.m. and costs $75 per person.

For the creative

Want to try something new this holiday? Unscripted Durham is offering two Valentine's Day-themed add-on packages for hotel stays booked Feb. 9 through Feb. 19:

Over the Moon Helicopter Rides - Guests can enjoy a 25-minute helicopter tour over downtown Durham and milk chocolate stars from local producer Chocolatey Confections. Plus, name a star after their significant other. Add-on price is $420.

Multisensory Love - This second package includes a multi-sensory experience with milk chocolate hearts from Chocolatey Confections, locally curated gift bags, and a personalized fragrance. Guests will have a consultation with a fragrance artist, who will work with them to create a custom scent. Add-on price is $320.

Stupid Cupid Karaoke - Edwards Mill Bar and Grill is hosting a Stupid Cupid Karaoke Night on Feb. 14 at 9 p.m. with karaoke, drink specials, mini cheesecakes, and more.

Valentine's Day Omakase - This five-course meal at Dashi is different, because it entrusts your order to the chef. Omakase is, essentially, a chef's tasting menu. On Feb, 14, Chef Billy Cotter will send out the freshest and most delicious dishes of the day.

Shows, parties and markets

Valentine's Day Gala - Enjoy a range of musical styles, from opera to bluegrass, and all having to do with love, at this gala presented by the Clayton Piano Festival. Several artists will perform. The ticketed show takes place on Feb. 14 at 6:30.

Anti-Valentine's Day Party - 5 Lounge and Discotorium is hosting a party on Feb. 14 for all the singles out there. There will be good music and lots of dancing.

Sam Cooke Soul Revue Valentines Special - This free Valentine's Day show at The Bullpen features soul singer Thomas Rhyant, who will serenade all the lovers and lonely hearts out there with classic Sam Cooke hits from the golden era of soul and R&B. This show starts at 8:30.

If you live in an apartment in Raleigh, NC you can surely find something fun, romantic, or exciting to do from the list above!

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Rent or Buy Arguments

Rent or Buy Arguments

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 08, 2018

Auston Grove Apartments in RaleighThere are plenty of arguments favoring both sides of the rent versus buy argument. Probably the main reason to buy a home is to create personal wealth. After all, for most Americans, it's the most expensive item we'll ever acquire, and typically it increases rather than decreases in value.

What are the downsides to homeownership? Well, as we learned during the recent meltdown in the housing market, what goes up can very well come down, and with very bad effects.

Buying a house also limits a person's or family's mobility. As homeownership rises, unemployment rates tend to begin moving higher within five years, at least partly due to homeowners who are unwilling to sell up and move.

Then there are the other costs of homeownership: property taxes, homeowners insurance and maintenance, to name the most obvious. A renter does not have to pay for a new roof or a new furnace while a homeowner does. And these things aren't cheap.

But, the rent versus buy decision depends mostly on personal goals. For more information on apartments in Raleigh, NC contact Auston Grove.

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Raleigh Ranks Among Best Places in 2017

Raleigh Ranks Among Best Places in 2017

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, February 01, 2018

Auston Grove Apartments in RaleighNow that it is 2018, we thought we would share with you some of the recognition Raleigh, NC has received...just in 20187 alone!

Raleigh Ranks First in "Best Tasting Water in the State Contest" - Annual NC AWWA-WEA Conference, November 2017

Raleigh in Top 10 Best Cities in America to Live - 24/7 Wall St., November 2017

Raleigh is #2 Most Educated City in the Country - Forbes, October 2017

Raleigh in the Top 5 Cities for Jobs in the U.S. - Glassdoor, September 2017

Raleigh is #3 Sportiest City - Men's Health, September 2017

Raleigh is 1 of 10 Best Cities For Startups You’ll Want to Be Based In - Hubstaff, August 2017

Raleigh is Among Best Budget Destinations in America, Part III: The South - Budget Travel, July 2017

Raleigh is #10 Among 100 Best Cities to Drive In, WalletHub July 2017

Raleigh is #6 Among 100 Most Adventurous Cities in America - Men's Health, June 2017

Raleigh is #14 Fastest Growing Metro in U.S. - U.S. Census Bureau, March 2017

MIT's International Center for Aviation calls Raleigh's RDU International Airport Best Connected Medium Sized Airport - News & Observer, May 2017

Raleigh Ranked #8 in Best Cities for Veteran Homebuyers to Live - Veterans United Network, March 2017

Raleigh Ties for #7 in Best Places to Work for Veterans - Veterans United Network, March 2017

Carolina Publishing Associates Names North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh #1 Among 2016 Top N.C. Tourist Attractions - WRAL, March 2017

Carolina Publishing Associates Names North Carolina Museum of Art #9 Among 2016 Top N.C. Tourist Attractions - WRAL, March 2017

Carolina Publishing Associates Names Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh #6 Among 2016 Top N.C. Tourist Attractions - WRAL, March 2017

Carolina Publishing Associates Names North Carolina Museum of History #8 Among 2016 Top N.C. Tourist Attractions - WRAL, March 2017

Raleigh's Second Empire Restaurant & Tavern Receives 2017 Four-Diamond Restaurant Award - AAA, January 2017

Raleigh's Renaissance Raleigh North Hills Hotel Receives 2017 Four-Diamond Hotel Award - AAA, January 2017

Raleigh is #22 Among Most Caring Cities in America - WalletHub, January 2017

Raleigh Among Top 10 Boomtowns of 2016 - SmartAsset, January 2017

Raleigh Among 12 Top Destinations of 2017 - Forbes Travel Guide, January 2017

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Auston Grove Apartments

1160 Auston Grove Drive, Raleigh, NC 27610

Call: 833-779-8856
Email UsAustonGrove.PropertySite.HHHunt@aptleasing.info
View Map

Opens: Monday-Friday: 9A-6P | Saturday: 10A-5P | Sunday: 1P-5P

$800-$1250