|1 bed 1 bath||1||1||0|
|2 bed 2 bath||2||2||0|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|DVD collection||Planned social activities|
|High speed Internet|
|Short term available|
|Pet play area|
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We like the location of the Chapel Walk apartments for renters who are planning to commute to downtown Greensboro. With a short drive down Yanceyville Street you can be in there in just ten minutes or so. Medical professionals from Cone Hospital will also find this location convenient.
Look for these apartments on Lees Chapel Road across from Woodberry Lake Drive.
The bus stop closest to Chapel Walk is located on Yanceyville Street about and eight-minute walk from this spot where you can access the #15 route. Drivers will find it easy to ride down Yanceyville Street all the way to the downtown area.
Don’t expect to find a lot of big name retailers in this area, but there just the right shops and services to get by. You can shop for groceries at either Food Lion or Harris Teeter stores along Lees Chapel Road. Along the way there are hair, nails, auto, insurance, fitness and cell phone services available. There are also auto care and car wash facilities nearby.
You will find plenty of places to eat near here including pizza, subs, chicken, and sushi. A few of the more popular restaurants include Barberitos Southwest Grille, Mediterraneo Restaurant and Panera Bread.
When you feel live vegging out at home, microwave some popcorn and put in a movie from the community’s free DVD library. If you are looking for something more active, there is an indoor skating rink right around the corner. You can always ride over to the Greensboro Country Park for some fun activities including mountain bike riding along the trails or renting a paddle boat for an afternoon on the water.