|1 bed 1 bath||1||1||700|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|Washer/Dryer hookups||Patio / Balcony||Hardwood floors|
|Stainless steel appliances||Disposal|
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These luxurious downtown lofts are located in the heart of downtown Fayetteville along Hay Street and Person Street where you will find lots of cultural activities, a few historic sites, popular dining spots and a quick ride to the specialty hospital. Residents can easily access Bragg Boulevard for trips toward the base area.
From these lofts you can walk to a public bus stop, several restaurants, and lots of Cumberland County offices. There are several museums and the public library also within a short walk.
One nice feature of this downtown location is that you can walk to a public bus stop so you can catch a ride to various points around the city. There are lots of places within walking distance and this part of the city has beautiful brick sidewalks. If you need to drive, access to several major highways (US 401, NC24/210 and US 301) are all nearby.
There are some interesting boutique type shops within steps of the Downtown Lofts, great for a quick gift or accessory item. You can reach a Food Lion grocery store on North Eastern Boulevard to do your food shopping. A Wal-Mart Supercenter can be found on Skibo Road about 10 minutes north of this address which will be more practical for your everyday needs.
You should be able to find a good sampling of restaurants in this area from fine dining to a local coffee shop. Circa 1800 is a popular spot that will be right outside your door and offers outdoor seating for an excellent atmosphere when the weather is nice.
When you looking for some entertainment, you won’t have to go far with the Fascinate-U Children’s Museum and Carmo Art House Theater nearby. You can soak up some history at the Poe House or catch a live stage performance at the Cape Fear Regional Theater. The Botanical Gardens are also just a short drive from the Downtown Lofts.
Seventy-seven acres between the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek just two miles from downtown Fayetteville. Displays more than 2,000 varieties of ornamental plants and several specialty gardens.