Located in the Triad area of North Carolina, those renting apartments in Rural Hall have it all: a small, charming (and yes, rural) town to call home and access to two major metro areas – Winston-Salem and Greensboro. Winston-Salem is just 10 miles south of Rural Hall, while Greensboro is a 45-minute drive to the southeast.
Covington Memorial Park has become a hub for community events and festivals, including the fall festival and the farmer’s market. The park includes tennis courts, a softball field, a walking/exercise trail, a volleyball court, a lake, a playground, and picnic area.
Your new Rural Hall apartment will be located in an area rich with history. English settlers arrived here in the 1700s, and Rural Hall was part of the Great Wagon Road that took pioneers from Maryland and Pennsylvania into the Carolinas. One of the oldest buildings in Rural Hall was a trapper’s cabin, built around 1745.
Rural Hall’s unique name comes from the town’s first postmaster, Benjamin Bitting. The Bitting House had a long hall that served as a committee meeting place, so it became known as “The Hall.” The house, which was located in the country, served as the post office, and Bitting marked mail as “The Rural Hall.”