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Warnersville is a partially residential neighborhood in south central Greensboro, North Carolina, roughly one mile south of the downtown area. The community is bounded on the north by East Lee Street, on the south by Whittington Street and Ireland Street, on the west by Freeman Mill Road, and on the east by Arlington Street. Warnersville is in the 27406 zip code area, within Guildford County.
The Warnersville neighborhood encompasses more than a quarter of a square mile and has just fewer than 820 residents. Many of the homes here were built between 1950 and 1980, but some homes date back to pre-1940 and a few newer homes can also be found here. As of 2008, the average household income in Warnersville was quite low by city standards – $14,943 compared to the city median of $41,393, but the close proximity of several higher education options could account for this discrepancy.
Many college students likely call the Warnersville neighborhood home, because it is surrounded by higher education options on the west and east. Among these are the University of North Carolina – Greensboro, Greensboro College, Bennet College, and North Carolina A&T State University.
The residential portions of Warnersville consist mostly of small single-family homes on modest lots with plenty of shade trees, but there is an apartment complex within community bounds as well. There are also non-residential areas in this neighborhood, which host a Baptist church, a Lutheran church, a rehabilitation facility, and a school. Just outside of neighborhood bounds on the south is another school within walking distance – Jones Elementary School.
Just one mile north of Warnersville is the heart of downtown Greensboro, which means that there are several amenities and cultural attractions within walking distance or a five-minute drive of the community. Among these are Greensboro City Hall, Carolina Theatre, the International Civil Rights Center and Museum, the Greensboro Historical Museum, and the Greensboro Children’s Museum.