|1 bed 1 bath||1||1||907|
|2 bed 2 bath||2||2||1207|
|3 bed 2 bath||3||2||1479|
Price, availability and features subject to change.
|Fitness & Recreation|
|Pet friendly||Pet play area|
|Controlled access||Security Alarm|
Summerlyn Place offers a great location for commuters who want to get a head start with fast access to I-40. This is a great spot for medical professionals working at the Regional Medical Center on Huffman Mill Road. You will find great shopping and dining options within minutes of home if you choose this address.
You will be within walking distance of Wal-Mart (behind this community), Subway Restaurant and McDonalds. Nearby you can quickly get to Cracker Barrel, Kmart and Starbucks along with plenty of other restaurants and shops.
Residents here live within 1.5 miles of an entrance to I-40 making it easy to commute to the Chapel Hill Durham area or Greensboro. It will take just 2 minutes to drive up Forestdale Drive where you can get on South Church Street if you need to get downtown.
If you like to shop, the Summerlyn Place apartments are the place to be. Renters here can take care of all the basics such as groceries and household items at Wal-Mart Supercenter located right around the corner. There is also a Food Lion store with one mile of this address. For more in-depth shopping, you can make your way over to Alamance Crossing, a large shopping center with lots of national brand shops where you can buy clothes, gifts and gadgets to fill up any empty spaces in your new apartment. You might also find some interesting shops in the newly renovated Holly Hills Mall.
Tenants of this community can have their fill of current movies at the Carousel Luxury Cinemas where you will find special pricing for students, seniors, military members and kids for most films. Family members may find games of laser tag or arcade games at the nearby Lazer X fun center the perfect choice to fill an afternoon. Some residents may want to take a tour of the Alamance County Historical Museum depicting American Victorian Lifestyle at the home of the southern textile industry pioneer.