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|2 - Clothes Care Facilities|
|Electronic payments||Package service||Credit card payments|
|Car care||24 hour maintenance||Award Winning Management Service|
|Fitness & Recreation|
|Cable ready||Carpet||Tile floors|
|Corporate available||Short term available|
|Pet play area||Pet friendly|
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Those looking for an apartment close to Wake Forest University may find just what they need after viewing Corners at Crystal Lake in northwest Winston-Salem. Here you can get to campus in minutes, or have an easy ride all the way into the city. You will find decent recreation and entertainment nearby, plus you can walk to a local library. Two small lakes mark the rear border of this property.
Move here and you will live just off of Reynolda Road, north of WFU. This neighborhood includes a public library, Wendy’s, and an auto care center.
Close to Reynolda Manor Shopping Center (Lowes Foods)
5-minute drive to Wake Forest University
9-minute drive to Hanesbrands Inc
11-minute drive to downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina
13-minute drive to WFU Baptist Medical Center
Shopping & Dining
Residents here can walk to a small retail plaza that is home to a Lowes Foods grocery store to help make it easy to fill up your kitchen cabinets. In addition to pizza, Papa John’s serves wings and barbeque chicken. You will be able to grab a tasty desert at a local bakery or stop in for some morning brew at Starbucks. If you head north on Silas Creek Parkway you can reach a Target store to gather all kinds of home goods.
The Corners is a great place to live if you like to ride a bike. The Bethabara Trail has an entrance nearby giving you access to miles of off-road pathways to explore. Only 1.5 miles north of here you can watch all the biggest hit movies at the Carmike 10 cinema. Some renters may want to discover something new at the Reynolda House Museum of American Art a little south of this address.
A small liberal arts college with the global relevancy of a leading research institution, often considered a leading US institution.
A 25,000 square feet exhibit center, 119-seat Planetarium and 15-acre outdoor Environmental Park where science comes alive.