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Quail Creek Apartments for Rent

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Quail Creek is a small residential community located on Republic Road at James River Freeway on the south side of Springfield. Among its atributes are its easy access to highways and its closeness to schools, restaurants, recreational facilities, businesses, retail outlets, and shopping centers.

The Quail Creek Village Apartments offer residents a resort-style pool, a state-of-the-art fitness center, barbecue and picnic areas, tennis courts, basketball courts, and sand volleyball courts, all in a park-like setting. Single-family homes make up the rest of this Missouri neighborhood, along with The Neighborhoods at Quail Creek, which is a nursing home.

Golf enthusiasts in the Quail Creek neighborhood will appreciate The Twin Oaks Golf Course, which stretches over 6,700 yards. This course features rolling hills, tree-lined Bermuda Grass fairways, and strategically placed bunkers.

Those who love to shop can visit the Parkcrest Village Shopping Center, just a few blocks from the neighborhoood. Residents who love to read will enjoy having the Springfield-Greene County Library District right off South Campbell Avenue. The Wehrenberg Theaters is located immediately off South Avenue.

Parents of school-aged children have the convenience of several schools nearby.The Parents Co-Op Pre-School is located off West Republic Road. Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Elementary School is just a few blocks away, off West Republic Road. Horace Mann Elementary School is off South Broadway Avenue, while the Wanda Grey Elementary School is conveniently off West Farm Road 182. The Goddard School off West Kingsley Street offers early childhood education programs.

The Quail Creek residential community is home to around 754 residents.

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