Why Willowwood Apartments? A quiet, shade-filled neighborhood is desirable; you work for Meredith College or NCSU; you have a mountain bike to ride the House Creek Greenway; healthy eating with groceries from Whole Foods is your way of life; you have season tickets to the NHL Hurricanes.
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With its charming red brick Georgian architecture, Willowwood Apartments stands out in this peaceful spot encircled by many of Raleigh’s top destinations.
Willowwood Apartments are located near the center of Raleigh, NC just off Wad Avenue. The neighborhood is a quiet residential area with many single family homes.
How long will it take to get to… from Willowwood Apartments?
An entrance to I-440 and the Wade Avenue access to I-40 starts about one mile away. The closest bus stop to Willowwood Apartment Homes is on Dixie Trail, about a six minute walk where you can access the #4 route from Capital Area Transit. Private car garages area available as an option for parking.
Shopping & Dining
Within just a couple of minutes from Willowwood Apartments you will be able to make your way over to the Cameron Village Shopping Center on Oberlin Road to experience the premium boutique shopping and quality dining area of this side of Raleigh. Collect all your groceries at Harris Teeter or The Fresh Market. You can find high-end clothing stores, Pier 1 Imports and an art gallery.
Willowwood Apartment residents can dine out at the Village Draft House or The Flying Biscuit Café, two local favorites. Lots of other eateries can be found along Hillsborough Street.
Willowwood Apartments is surrounded by recreation activities. Meet your friends at Jaycee Park for tennis, volleyball, soccer – you name it. You may want to take multiple trips to the North Carolina Museum of Art. There are frequent concerts and events at the PNC Arena or catch some local entertainment at the Mclver Amphitheater.
2200 Hillsborough street
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