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3716 Groometown Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
$665 | 2 Beds

(336) 542-3329

Updated 6 days ago
199 Wind Rd, Greensboro, NC 27405
$490 - $700 | Studio - 2 Beds

(336) 554-7852

Updated 1 week ago
4231 Yanceyville Rd, Browns Summit, NC 27214
$650 - $915 | 1 - 3 Beds

(336) 542-3706

Updated 1 week ago
4100 N US Highway 29, Greensboro, NC 27405
$695 - $869 | 2 - 3 Beds

(336) 265-9158

Updated 1 week ago
8 Covey Ln, Greensboro, NC 27406
$565 - $750 | 1 - 3 Beds

(336) 691-2856

Updated 1 week ago
100 Yester Oaks Way, Greensboro, NC 27455
$775 - $999 | 2 - 3 Beds

(336) 691-2905

Updated 1 week ago
9 Summertree Ln, Greensboro, NC 27406
$530 - $625 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2736

Updated 1 week ago
5010 Hilltop Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
$699 - $825 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 265-5613

Updated 1 week ago
3501 Farmington Dr, Greensboro, NC 27407
$579 - $954 | 1 - 3 Beds

(336) 691-2695

Updated 2 weeks ago
319 S Elm St, Greensboro, NC 27401
$725 - $1,425 | Studio - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2825

Updated 2 weeks ago
500 Savannah St, Greensboro, NC 27406
$499 - $730 | Studio - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2634

Updated 2 weeks ago
2700 Cottage Pl, Greensboro, NC 27455
$560 - $725 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2926

Updated 2 weeks ago
2002 Cedar Fork Dr, Greensboro, NC 27407
$625 - $778 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 265-9913

Updated 2 weeks ago
3900 Hahns Ln, Greensboro, NC 27401
$515 | 2 Beds

(336) 691-2848

Updated 2 weeks ago
2505 Fairfax Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
$635 - $735 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2838

Updated 2 weeks ago
4901 Lawndale Dr, Greensboro, NC 27455
$550 - $660 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2805

Updated 2 weeks ago
2627 Yanceyville St, Greensboro, NC 27405
$575 - $750 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 207-3109

Updated 2 weeks ago
201 Revere Dr, Greensboro, NC 27407
$525 - $745 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 211-4548

Updated 2 weeks ago
2918 Martinsville Rd, Greensboro, NC 27408
Call for Rent | 2 Beds

(336) 790-3592

Updated 2 weeks ago
3312 Rehobeth Church Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406
$700 - $875 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 575-8209

Updated 2 weeks ago
800 Greenhaven Dr, Greensboro, NC 27406
$720 - $795 | 1 - 2 Beds

(336) 691-2718

Updated 2 weeks ago
702 E Lindsay St, Greensboro, NC 27401
$369 - $375 | 1 - 4 Beds

(336) 691-2807

Updated 2 weeks ago
705 Milton St, Greensboro, NC 27403
$970 - $1,185 | 1 - 4 Beds

(336) 542-3244

Updated 2 weeks ago
400 W Meadowview Rd, Greensboro, NC 27406
Call for Rent | 2 Beds

(336) 691-2765

Updated 2 weeks ago
4254 United St, Greensboro, NC 27407
Call for Rent | 1 Bed

(336) 691-2743

Updated 2 weeks ago
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Greensboro, NC Apartments for Rent

Snug in the heart of North Carolina, Greensboro is one of the cities that form the popular Piedmont Triad, along with Winston-Salem and High Point. The city has a long and fascinating history that pre-dates the American Revolution.

Quakers from Pennsylvania arrived in Capefair – Greensboro today – right around 1750. The city of “Greensborough” was founded in 1808, named in honor of Major General Nathanael Greene, a Revolutionary War hero in the Battle of Guilford Court House in 1781.The city’s name was shortened in 1895.

Greensboro is home to the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Greensboro College. Guilford College, the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and Guilford Technical Community College are also located in the city. Greensboro is considered bicycle-friendly, with gently-rolling terrain and a historic downtown. The city is located on a piedmont between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, making for a beautiful landscape and an ideal location for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. Ready to find your apartment in Greensboro? Here’s what you need to know about the Gate City.

Things to Do in Greensboro:

Greensboro is an action-packed city with a variety of things to do. Start downtown with historic Elm Street. With more than 200 years of history, Downtown Greensboro is fascinating – be sure to take a guided tour, and then explore the restaurants, shops, theaters, and art galleries that make up this terrific area.

Explore the history of the area further by visiting Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. This Revolutionary War battle was considered a turning point in the war. The British managed to win, but not without significant casualties that caused them to retreat from the Carolinas. The British surrendered just seven months later. The park consists of a visitor center featuring a live-action theater film, a battle map program, and exhibits that include original artifacts and weaponry. The Battlefield Walking Trail is an inspiring 2.5-mile walk through the wooded park. Bicycle and car tours are also available.

Blandwood Mansion and Gardens is a must on your history tour of Greensboro! Originally built as a four-room farmhouse in 1795 by Charles Bland, the Blandwood Mansion is located downtown and is a National Historic Landmark. The house was restored by North Carolina Governor John Morehead, who purchased the house in 1827. In 1844, Morehead hired architect Alexander Jackson Davis to redesign the home in an Italian Villa style. It is considered the oldest Italian Villa style home in the country. Tours of the home include the original 1795 farmhouse section, an 1822 addition, and the Italianate addition. The Blandwood Gardens, open daily, are a terrific example of Victorian-era gardens.

Kids and adults alike will love the Greensboro Science Center! This is a science museum, zoo, aquarium, and OmniSphere Theater. The OmniSphere Theater is a must-see, with a 40-foot dome ceiling, full-dome projection system, full-dome laser, and large-format 3-D capability. The science center was the first in the nation to use this technology, and is one of only two sites in the US to use the system.

If the zoo and aquarium at the Greensboro Science Center inspired you, be sure to check out Bog Garden at Benjamin Park. Walk along the elevated boardwalk that leads through seven acres of wetlands. After seeing the natural beauty of the Bog Garden, head to Greensboro Arboretum and view the more sculpted gardens that make up the 17-acre arboretum. This park includes a woodland trail, arbors, and a butterfly bridge.

After visiting the Bog Garden and the Greensboro Arboretum, you might be in the mood for nature on a grander scale. If so, then Hagan-Stone Park is the ideal location! This park consists of 409 acres and includes beautiful lakes. The park has hiking and biking trails, seasonal kayak rentals, playgrounds, a campground, and a swimming pool.

When you’re in the mood to enjoy the fine arts, Greensboro delivers in this area, as well. Be sure to visit the Carolina Theatre of Greensboro, the only remaining historic theater in the state. This theater opened in 1927 and today is home to the Greensboro Ballet as well as concerts and music events, live theater, and special productions. And when you’re in the mood to enjoy local talent, be sure to visit the Triad Stage, a regional not-for-profit theater located downtown.

The Weatherspoon Art Museum is the place to see one of the largest and most impressive contemporary and modern art collections in the southeast. UNC Greensboro, established in 1891, is the location of the Weatherspoon Art Museum.  The museum has a permanent collection of about 6,000 works of art from artists such as Robert Henri, Willem de Kooning, Alexander Calder, and Andy Warhol.

What to Consider When Moving to Greensboro:

It could be said that Greensboro has the perfect weather – all four seasons, but none extreme. Winters are short and average about 39 degrees – with a decent amount of snowfall, with typical accumulations right around seven inches. Summers average about 79 degrees and are somewhat humid.

With its central location, Greensboro and the rest of the Piedmont Triad are considered a logistical hub for the region. Companies located in Greensboro include Lincoln Financial Group, Lorillard Tobacco Company, and Honda Aircraft Company.

Be sure to explore the various neighborhoods while searching for apartments in Greensboro. College Hill is the oldest neighborhood, settled around 1840. The College Hill Historic District includes 320 buildings representing architectural styles such as Queen Anne, American Craftsman, and Colonial Revival. This neighborhood includes UNC Greensboro and Greensboro College.

The South Greensboro Historic District is also a beautiful neighborhood, filled with Queen Anne Victorian, Italianate, Bungalow, and American Craftsman style homes dating from around 1870 to the 1930s.

The Fisher Park Historic District contains more than 540 historic homes, most built around 1900. This neighborhood is located in Northern Greensboro, along with Irving Park, Kirkwood, and Latham Park.

Why Greensboro Apartments Are Hot:

Greensboro is a beautiful city recognized for its beautiful parks system and bicycle-friendly atmosphere. Perched between two mountain ranges in the middle of North Carolina, this is a college town with a twist. Greensboro apartments are hot because this city attracts everyone from college students to singles to families to retirees. It has a strong business environment that is expanding (thanks to UNC Greensboro and North Carolina A&T State University) into nanotech, high-tech, and aviation.

With a variety of things to do – including a fun-filled, historic downtown and beautiful museums and theaters – and it is easy to see why many are discovering Greensboro apartments and snapping them up. Isn’t it time to find yours?

Why Greensboro?

  • Historic Guilford Courthouse National Military Park marks the location of a key Revolutionary War battle that led to America’s victory.
  • The Greensboro Coliseum is the place to see everything from rock bands to sports events to the Super Flea Market.
  • Blandwood, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was originally built in 1795.
  • Downtown Greensboro is buzzing day and night with bars and nightclubs, restaurants, museums, theaters, and shops.
  • Greensboro is home to many colleges and universities, including the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Elon University School of Law.
  • Hagan Stone Park is a wildlife refuge covering more than 400 acres and features playgrounds and picnic areas.

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