Known as “The City of Trees,” Laurinburg has received numerous awards over a span of 27 years for their comprehensive tree program, including an annual tree giveaway, where residents can request two trees to be planted in front of their homes.
Laurinburg is near the Lumber River, 40 miles southwest of Fayetteville. Located near the South Carolina border, Laurinburg is just two hours southeast of Charlotte, North Carolina and two hours northwest of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This convenient location attracts those looking for rental apartments close to both the mountains and the coast.
St. Andrews Presbyterian College opened its doors in Laurinburg in 1961. Located on 800 acres around a 70-acre lake, this famous college attracts students from across the country.
Centrally located with beautiful scenery and plenty to do, Laurinburg has been attracting new residents since 1785. It is still an attractive place for anyone renting apartments near Fayetteville.