Thomasville North Carolina is known as “Chair City” after a landmark in the center of town. A 30-foot replica of a Duncan Phyfe armchair, originally constructed in 1922 and rebuilt in 1948, has attracted many visitors, including Presidential hopeful Lyndon B. Johnson in 1960.
A town famous for artisan furniture and cabinetry, Thomasville’s economy still revolves around furniture making. It has several home furnishing outlets that attract visitors from all over with the best values in the country on over 500 brand names.
Located 7 miles southwest of High Point, 19 miles southeast of Winston-Salem, and 20 miles southwest of Greensboro, large metro areas are close enough to enjoy when you rent an apartment in the quiet community of Thomasville.
Thomasville’s attractions include a bandstand, a 34-foot-tall clock tower, and the oldest railroad depot in the state, built in 1870 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
With several festivals, a quaint downtown, and beautiful neighborhoods, Thomasville’s rental apartments are sure to please.