The other side of your question is: How close should you be to a Freeway Interchange? Ease of commute is a selling point, freeway noise is a price depressor. Freeway in the view, like high tension wires in the view, depresses prices. So, if you can be "close" to the interchange, but "far" from the noise, and have a view facing "away" from the freeway, you are getting a good combination of price factors.
Another factor is if you are on a major feeder road to the freeway, this is good if you are a person looking for a home business location because the zoning will likely allow you to be there. This usually increases prices. It is terrible, however, if you want a quiet residential setting.
As always, in real estate, the uniqueness of combining factors necessitates evaluation by exploring each candidate property itself before making a decision.