Our five top reasons for living at Crowne Park Apartments
1. The Crowne Park Apartments are right around the corner from Wake Forest University and could be a good option for students, faculty or staff. 2. This community is a welcome spot for families, young professionals and students. 3. The property lies is a heavily wooded area for a private and peaceful setting. 4. Residents of Crowne Park have access to the Bethabara Trail – a great spot for walks or running. 5. These apartments are more spacious than most in this area.
|One Bedroom Deluxe||1||1||863|
|One Bedroom Diplomat||1||1||900|
|Two Bedroom Executive||2||2||1195|
|Two Bedroom Phoenix||2||2||1250|
|Three Bedroom Ambassador||3||2||1371|
|Three Bedroom Regency||3||2||1325|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|Fitness & Recreation|
|Crown molding||Garden tubs|
What can you tell me about this neighborhood?
You can find Crowne Park Apartment Homes in northern Winston-Salem off Silas Creek Parkway. The property is nicely secluded from other developments and commercial buildings. Renters can walk to a large retail area along Reynolda Road (although sidewalks may be limited).
What is my travel time from Crowne Park Apartments?
Data approximations from Google Maps
Shopping & Dining
Keep your kitchen cabinets filled by visiting Lowes Foods grocery store on the opposite side of the highway. When you prefer to dine out, CiCi’s Pizza, Chinese food, Wendy’s and other restaurants are nearby. Coffee drinkers are sure to take advantage of a regular steamy cup from Starbucks. A few miles north of Crowne Park Apartments there is a Target store.
If you have a mountain bike, make the most of your stay at Crowne Park with regular rides along the Bethabara Trail which you can access from a path at the end of the street. Polo Park and Rec Center hosts regular activities along with a track and tennis courts. There is also an indoor trampoline park a few minutes north of this address.
Crowne Park delivers quality, roomy apartments in an excellent private location near WFU and several of Winston-Salem’s top employers.
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.