1720 Old Saint Marks Church Rd, BurlingtonSee on the map
Alamance Reserve, named 2016 Community of the Year by the Piedmont Triad Apartment Association, offers the largest one bedroom in town with 840 square feet and spacious 1082 square feet two bedroom apartments in Burlington, North Carolina. Each home comes with a sunroom or home office, and all of our apartments include personal WiFi internet and a cable package which includes 79+ channels, HBO, and Showtime for an additional monthly fee of $57.00.
The community is located near several popular establishments including Elon University, The Children’s Museum of Alamance County, The Paramount Theatre, Alamance County Historical Museum, Alamance Regional Medical Center, Graham Cinema, Textile Heritage Museum, Alamance Battleground State Historic Site, Alamance Arts, Burlington Athletic Stadium, and Glencoe Mill Village.
For those outdoors-oriented folks, there are several parks and landmarks to check out. A few include Great Bend Park, GlenMarie Vineyards and Winery, Cedarock Park, Burlington City Park Amusement Area, Shallow Ford Natural Area, and, last but not least, Jiggs Askew Dog Park for you dog lovers.
Corporate Accommodations offers temporary apartments that are in actual apartment home communities. This means your neighbors are permanent residents, not hotel guests staying in the room next to you an average of three days.
These residential properties are home. You can get comfortable for a month or two, or a year or two. Hang your photos, decorate how you like, make it personal, and really “move in” during your temporary stay.
Apartments rented through us come fully furnished and equipped with linens and housewares. Please keep in mind, we have a 30-day minimum stay period at Corporate Accommodations. Along with that, we offer housekeeping services on a weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly basis for an additional charge. Be sure to check out our other Burlington Corporate Rental options.
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