|2 bed/2 bath||2||2||1125|
|3 bed/2 bath||3||2||1594|
|1 bed/1 bath||1||1||849|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|DVD collection||Credit card payments||Electronic payments|
|Garage Parking||Maintenance on site||Extra storage|
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What does it feel like to live in high style? Find out at the Inman Park Apartments where you can live in well-appointed 1, 2 or 3 bedroom apartments that are accompanied by stellar amenities and a quiet setting. Living in the North Hills section of Raleigh offers a much more tranquil atmosphere than in other parts of the city, with mostly residential homes a lesser traveled streets. These apartments are a skip and jump from the Crabtree Valley Mall. You can get downtown in about ten minutes or so and with easy access to US 70, the airport and Durham are within your reach.
Inman Park can be found off of Lead Mine Road just north of the mall and Glenwood Avenue. Nearby here there are several hotels and lots of shopping.
Capital Area Transit does operate bus service here with a stop along Lead Mine Road near Sugar Bush Road. Residents can walk along sidewalks to get there in 4-5 minutes.
Shopping & Dining
For groceries, you will want to head over to Creedmoor Road to the Food Lion in the small retail center near Millbrook Road. Renters here will of course be minutes from a large regional mall with greater than 220 stores and services along with some great restaurants such as The Cheesecake Factory and Moe’s Southwest Grill. Another option for you shopping needs is to make your way over to the North Hills Shopping Center where there is nearly 100 other shops including Target and REI.
Hop on a mountain bike and pedal up the Greenway Trail along Mine Creek to Shelley Lake Park where you can participate in a workshop or spend an afternoon shooting hoops or at the playground.
More than 40 galleries of paintings and sculptures.
A nationally acclaimed garden with a diverse collection of plants used in the southeastern United States.