|1 Bedroom 1 Bath||1||1||770|
|2 Bedroom 2 Bath||2||2||1042|
|3 Bedroom 2 Bath||3||2||1222|
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Surround yourself with excellent shopping and dining, outdoor recreation sites and loads of entertainment options with an apartment at Colonial Grand at Matthews Commons. If you are looking for a place where you can commute to Charlotte, you can get right on US Highway 74 for an easy ride into the city. These one, two and three bedroom apartments can be an exciting place for kids with fun amenities on site and schools nearby.
This property can be found just off East Independence Boulevard. The neighborhood includes several restaurants, hotels, and a park and ride bus stop.
Residents of Colonial Grand at Matthews Commons can catch a bus at the front of this community for access to Ride Transit #51 route. There is also a park and ride stop just around the corner with a variety of other routes.
Shopping & Dining
You might want to get a membership to Sam’s Club for big savings on many groceries and supplies. If you prefer, there is also a Costco store a little further away. For every day purchases, residents can get to the Wal-Mart Supercenter in only a few minutes, a great spot for kitchen and bath items, electronics and snacks. There is also at Kohl’s store nearby where you can update your wardrobe. Treat yourself to dinner now and then at Applebee’s or Red Lobster, just two of the many restaurants in this neighborhood. Residents can also pick up some CiCi’s Pizza and or grab a burger at the Tilted Kilt Pub.
No need to be cooped up inside your apartment all day when McAlpine Creek Park is located only a couple of minutes from home. Residents can explore the 114 acres on a two mile bike trail or walk along the nature trail. You can play horseshoes, go fishing or play catch with your dog. There is a 10-screen movie cinema nearby, AMF bowling lanes and Monkey Joe’s for the little kids.