Hunter Hills Apartments for Rent
Hunter Hills, on the southwest side of Greensboro, North Carolina, was established between 1955 and 1960; it has been home to Greensboro families for generations. Patterson Street borders it on the north, Interstate 40 on the south and South Holden Road to the west.
Greensboro, named for Revolutionary War patriot General Nathanael Greene, is a city rich in history, culture and industry. In addition to manufacturing textiles, electronic components and furniture, Greensboro is home to Jefferson-Pilot insurance and United Guarantee Corp. Vicks Vapor Rub was invented 75 years ago in Greensboro and is still made in the city.
Neighborhoods like Hunter Hills have been the backbone of Greensboro for years. Their central locations to jobs, schools and shopping have made them ideal for families. Hunter Hills is in the 27407 zip code and includes the streets of Center Street, Halifax Road, Immanuel Road, West Florida Street and Euclid Street.
The Hunter Hills Park at 3901 Gentry Street is nestled right in the center of the neighborhood. It spans 6.2-acres and has a creek, basketball court and playground. The Hunter Hills Elementary School is in the center of the neighborhood on Merritt Drive.
The main branch of the Greensboro Library is four miles from Hunter Hills at 219 North Church Street. The Glenwood branch is less than two miles to the west of Hunter Hills at 1901 West Florida Street. It offers materials in nine different languages and is home to the Greensboro Multicultural Resource Center.
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex is just 1.5 miles from Hunter Hills. The facilities host concerts, college basketball, Broadway touring shows and even the U. S. Figure Skating Championships.