Three great reasons to rent at Crowne Polo Apartments in Winston-Salem
1. Crowne Polo is one of the closest apartment communities to Wake Forest University, so if you are a student or faculty member, be sure to pay attention. 2. The location here is very private and quiet as it is surrounded by a heavy border of woods. 3. Residents here include a mix of students and families.
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What can you tell me about this neighborhood?
Crowne Polo Apartments is located in northern Winston-Salem directly off Silas Creek Parkway. This is a private spot with only one way in and out which adds to security and limits access to residents. You will need a car to get around as there are no sidewalks or pathways.
This neighborhood features a grocery store, several restaurants and a public library.
What is my travel time from Crown Club Apartments?
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Shopping & Dining
Stock up your fridge at the nearby Lowes Foods store with all your groceries for the week, or just pop in when you need something – the store is very close to the Crown Club Apartments. You will be able to dine out on Chinese food, CiCi’s Pizza, wings, Mexican cuisine you name it.
Crown Club’s location is not far from many services you may need such as hair care or banking. You will have to drive about 4 miles north of here to get to a Target store that should carry many of the household items apartment dwellers may need.
This will be an enjoyable spot for anyone with a bike who wants to take advantage of the nearby Behtabara Trail. The nearby Historic Park has lots of funs activities to discover. While living here you may want to check out the Hanes Art Gallery at the university or visit the Polo Park Community Center for regular events.
Crown Club is a higher-end apartment community near WFU with lots of privacy.
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.