Vanderveen Crossing Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Vanderveen Crossing is a charming, quiet neighborhood nestled north of I-70, in one of Columbia’s fastest growing areas. Among the amenities of this community are its peaceful settings, spacious grounds and proximity to Bear Creek Trail. Adults and children may also enjoy the secured neighborhood pool, children’s playground and tennis and basketball courts. Wifi access is also available throughout the common grounds. This neighborhood is mainly composed by single family homes featuring different architectural styles.
The Vanderveen Crossing neighbrohood is named after Loet Vanderveen, a Holland sculptor who lives in California. Interestingly, Vanderveen Crossing, as other subdivisions in Columbia, has a theme when it comes to the names of its streets. In this case, animal names are used for street names in honor of Loet Vanderveen’s bronze creations of wild animals. Expect to therefore see roads such as Clydesdale Drive, Elephant Court, Jackal Drive, Anaconda Court, Snow Leopard Drive, and Snowy Owl Drive, just to name a few.
Outdoor enthusiasts will certainly enjoy the 4.8 mile limestone Bear Creek Trail and easy access to lakes and parks such as Cosmo Park, Nickell Park, and the Albert Oakland Park.
Parents of school age children will be happy to learn that there are a few schools in the vicinity. Parkade Elementary School off Parkade Boulevard, Derby Ridge Elementary School off Derby Ridge Drive, John B. Lange Middle off Smiley Lane, and Hickman High School off North Providence Road are a few of the closest schools. The Little Wonders Preschool is also nearby on Treetop Lane.
Several businesses and restaurants are also available for resident’s convenience off Rangeline Street.