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The Williamsburg Manor Apartments in Cary are the place to be for renters who want to make the most of their stay in Cary. This place offers lots of great amenities such as a pool, basketball and tennis courts, even racquetball. But you will also be close to lots of great shopping, entertainment venues and great recreation sites. Commuters will find this a perfect location to get a quick start to work and an easy ride back home.
This property is located just off Walnut Street, a fairly busy road near the heart of Cary. Within a short walk you can reach lots of shops, services and dining spots.
This is a great location for commuters with a bus stop right near the property’s front entrance on Donaldson Drive near Patrick Circle. Not only can you catch a local Town of Cary transit bus, but Triangle Transit stops here to giving you access to both the #6 and #301 lines. Residents with a car will enjoy easy access to US Highway 64/1 making it a snap to get to Raleigh, northern Cary and beyond.
Living within walking distance of a huge regional shopping mall along with several large shopping plazas will enable you to buy everything you need to fill your apartment only minutes from home. You might choose to do much of your food shopping at the BJs Wholesale Club, otherwise head to the Harris Teeter store on Tryon Road. Target is a great place to shop for all those odds and ends from sweat socks to DVDs. If you need athletic equipment, Dick’s Sporting Goods is right around the corner.
The Williamsburg Manor Apartments are only a few steps away from several local restaurants along Walnut Street and many national chain eateries on the other side of the highway such as Red Lobster and Olive Garden. There are also plenty of places to pick up a quick meal weather its pizza, deli or a chicken sandwich.
Kids young and older will enjoy spending time at Dave & Busters in the mall where it’s more than just arcade games, but a place where you can watch sports and grab a bite to eat. There are two large movie cinemas and a bowling center located just minutes away from this property. While living here, we recommend you make an effort to visit the North Carolina State Fair when it comes to town during October.
Indoor shopping mall with JC Penney, Sears and Macy's
72 acre public park west of downtown with several kid rides.
Visit the state fairgrounds.