Woodland Hills Apartments for Rent
The Woodland Hills community is enclosed by Timber Oak Drive to the south, New Garden Road on the east, and Crosstimbers Drive to the north. The majority of homes in this area range from the upper $100,000s to the low to mid $300,000s, although there are some homes that exceed $500,000 in price. On average, most residents have at least one car for their use; still, the immediate surrounding area is fairly well served by mass transit.
One of the most historically significant local landmarks is The International Civil Rights Museum. Located just over 5 miles from the community, the museum details the Civil Rights movement in the U.S., paying special attention to historical events that occurred in Greensboro. Tours are led by an informative guide who is assisted by movies, videos and a display of artifacts from this important and history-making era in the United States.
For the discriminating pizza connoisseur, one of the best places to order a pizza is Pieworks, a sandwich, salad and pizza establishment that offers guests the opportunity to customize their own pie with a variety of toppings that range from the customary cheese, pepperoni and onions to more exotic offerings such as shrimp, crawfish, Mascarpone cheese and baked eggplant.
If keeping yourself and your family healthy and active is a priority, then the Spears Family YMCA might be something you would be interested in looking into. The facility offers swimming lessons and features a baseball field and gym. After-school activities and summer camp opportunities are also available at this location, as well as a number of exercise classes and social events.