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20 Reasons Why You Should Move to Virginia As Soon As Possible!

20 Reasons Why You Should Move to Virginia As Soon As Possible!

Joseph Coupal - Monday, August 13, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAThis is for those who don't live here. The ones who are looking for a new location, but aren’t sure. Or maybe you’re in Virginia, but your best friend lives somewhere else. Better yet, your parents have retired and you could use some family close by. Whoever you are, if any of these apply to you – or someone you know – then its time to call the moving trucks.

1. You love all 4 seasons.

Winters are cold, sure. But the snow is pretty and it’s rarely too much – this isn’t Boston after all. Summers are hot – that’s why we have so many amazing lakes, beaches and rivers. But you can have hot or cold anywhere. In Virginia, it’s spring and fall that make it all worthwhile.

2. You want to be at the heart of it all.

Virginia is within a day’s drive of 50% of the U.S. population. So “but I’ll never see my old friends” is simply not an excuse!

3. You love the mountains.

You can reach some of the most beautiful mountains in the world within just a few hours from anywhere in Virginia.

4. But you also love the beach.

Same goes for the beach. We have some of the most amazing beaches anywhere and they’re all within a half-day’s drive, no matter where you live in the state.

5. You appreciate a good economy.

The Washington Post calls Virginia “the best state in America” when it comes to managing budgets shortfalls. We’ve managed to keep the economy on an even keel even when the rest of the world seems to be in a spin.

6. You want the best schools for your undergrads.

Virginia has 3 of the top 40 public colleges and universities in the nation: University of Virginia (#2), the College of William and Mary (#6) and Virginia Tech (#27). But that’s saying nothing of all of other amazing schools, public and private – you can’t go wrong with a Virginia education.

7. And your under-undergrads.

For your pre-college crew, rest assured that good schools abound. Wallethub, an online financial site, ranks Virginia k-12 schools #7 in the nation.

8. You’re looking for a great place to retire.

Maybe it’s time to be closer to the grandkids. Virginia is the perfect place to land when you’re ready to put your feet up. Forbes named Blacksburg one of its top places to retire in the nation thanks to a cost of living 7% below the national average, low crime and good housing. Williamsburg tops the U.S. News and World Reports list for historic places to retire. Did you know that senior citizens can take up to 3 free classes a year at William and Mary?

9. You’re an entrepreneur.

Forbes has ranked Virginia as #1 for best places for business. For you big business moguls out there, 23 Fortune 500 companies are headquartered here.

10. You consider shopping a valid form of exercise.

Whether you’re looking for high-fashion shopping or just a day out antiquing, Virginia has some of the best finds on the East Coast.

11. Or you take your exercise very seriously.

For those of you with a competitive streak, Virginia hosts races of every kind – from marathons and triathlons to dress-crazy-and-jump-in the mud obstacle races. There’s something for everyone and no shortage of people to get out there and train with you. Did you know that Lynchburg hosts what is considered to be one of the toughest 10 mile races in the country? The Virginia 10 Miler.

12. Wine and cheese are two of your favorite food groups.

Virginia wine country is beyond compare. Our award-winning wines, 230+ vineyards and incredible countryside can’t be beat. Have some cheese with that wine – we have hundreds of locally made-in-Virginia cheeses available at farmers’ markets, specialty shop and nation-wide chain grocers. The only hard part will be choosing your favorite.

13. You like food in general. There’s down-home country cookin’ or fine dining in just about every part of the state.

We have some of the best BBQ, biscuits and gravy, fried chicken and country ham you’ll ever have the pleasure of eating. Or try one of Virginia’s many fine dining restaurants. Our gourmet cuisine has hit the nation’s best restaurants lists more than once.

14. You don’t just like festivals. You love them.

Whether you’re looking for big city food and culture or small town celebrations, there’s a festival in just about every part of the state on any given weekend.

15. Cities or small towns – your choice.

If you want the fast track, big city life, you can have it. Northern Virginia is one of the nation’s top job growth areas and offers limitless options. But if you want a quieter speed, then take your pick of beautiful small towns where life is slower, but every bit as rich.

16. We have world-class healthcare.

Our hospitals are nationally ranked for care, including specialties like cardiology (Sentara Norfolk General) and neonatology (Inova Fairfax).

17. You like things that go fast. Both horses and cars.

Virginia horse country is not to be messed with. If you love horses, we have steeplechase, polo and countless horse shows and competitions. If NASCAR is your thing, we have the Martinsville Speedway, Richmond International Raceway and Bristol Motor Speedway. For Formula 1 and stock car racing, VIRginia International Raceway in Alton and the Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia, fit the bill.

18. You support the troops.

Men and women in uniform are part of the fabric of Virginia. We were founded on a proud tradition of protecting our beliefs and today, Virginia has more than 20 military bases representing all 4 branches of the armed services, plus a strong National Guard presence.

19. Music makes you happy.

Bristol, Virginia is called the birthplace of country music for a reason. This is where some of the first commercial recordings were made with artists like Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family. We’ve taken it from there and now Virginia has a diverse and eclectic music scene with festivals for almost any genre, plus large commercial venues, small clubs and everything in between.

20. You can just be you.

Virginia is for lovers – and that means no matter who you are, what you love or how you choose to live your life, Virginia has a niche where you can belong. If you already live here, this blog hasn't told you anything you don’t know. So be sure to send this on to all of those friends and family members who you know would love living here as much as you do.

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA contact Walden Pond.

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Date Night Ideas In and Around Lynchburg!

Date Night Ideas In and Around Lynchburg!

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VALive in an apartment in Lynchburg, VA and need some help with date night ideas? Here is a list of date night places in Lynchburg and the surrounding areas.

Academy Center of the Arts
600 Main St., Lynchburg

The Academy Center of the Arts is Greater Lynchburg’s center for arts, culture, and community building. Their mission is to serve our community through arts and culture. They do this through arts education, gallery shows, and performances by nationally renowned artists, local partner organizations, and our very own community members. The Academy is also committed to making sure the arts are available to all citizens despite economic restrictions.

Line Dancing
70 Mays Street, Madison Heights, VA
Head to the Madison Heights Ruritan Club for Line Dancing with Mary Kaye. Beginners at 6:30 pm and intermediate at 7:30 pm. Learn how to line dance or open dancing until 9:00 pm.

Beer Tasting
Craft Beer Cellar
3813 Wards Rd #6, Lynchburg

Join Craft Beer Cellar every Wednesday evening for Beer 101. This event explores a different beer topic every week along with a beer tasting.

Bikes Unlimited
1312 Jefferson Street, Lynchburg

Find a bike to meet your needs. Rent a bike and ride Lynchburg’s premier trails. Your bike will be in the best shape it can be at Bikes Unlimited. They also have many upcoming events.

Dinner and a Gun Class
147 Mill Ridge Road, Suite 207, Lynchburg

T4Tactics offers a "date night" class for couples. It is reserved on an appointment only basis with only one couple per class. Italian dinner, (or something nice that you both like) candle light, great table settings, and a waitress to take care of you. It features non-alcoholic wine all while learning firearm safety, shooting a handgun, and getting the paperwork needed for your concealed permit all in a relaxing and elegant setting.

Imagination Station
14805 Forest Rd #225, Forest

Imagination Station is a place to let your imagination run wild for all ages as you create unique pieces of art and cherished memories for years to come.

James River Adventures
150 Rocky Hill Rd., Madison Heights

Explore the James River by kayak or canoe. Just across the river from Downtown, James River Adventures offers canoe and kayak rentals to people of all skill levels. They offer opportunities for exploring and enjoying the scenic James River.

London's Salt Spa
6152 Thomas Jefferson Rd., Forest

Come enjoy the most unique, and relaxing 60 minute couples massage in their therapeutic Salt Cave. Call for dates and times. (Reservations highly recommended).

Lynchburg Brew & Wine Tour
(855) 446-7868

Come enjoy the local flavors of Lynchburg! Visit Magnolia Foods for appetizers and tastings, then to Bräuburgers for a pint of your choice, and top off the evening with a night cap and dessert at Craft Beer Cellar. All tours are open booking: book 1-14 people. Lynchburg Brew & Wine Tour includes: Roundtrip transportation from ilton Garden Inn eparture 6 pm return 10:30 pm, Appetizers & Dessert, and Beer and Wine tastings all for $49/person.

Lynchburg Humane Society
1211 Old Graves Mill Rd., Lynchburg

Every second Friday of the month, parents can drop off their kids ages 5-12 from 6-9pm and enjoy a nice night out together. Your kids can play with the pets, watch a movie, and eat popcorn while you have a date night! Cost: $15 for one child and $10 per each additional sibling.

Lynchburg Salsa
1019 Jefferson St, Lynchburg

Lynchburg Salsa offer salsa lessons and dancing on Thursday nights in historic Downtown Lynchburg. Lessons start at 8pm, followed by social dancing from 9pm-11pm. Cover charge of $5 gets you in for the whole night.

Movie Theaters
Regal Cinemas
3411 Candlers Mountain Road, Lynchburg, VA

Venue Cinemas (Dollar Theater)
901 Lakeside Drive, Lynchburg

Phase 2
4009 Murray Pl, Lynchburg

Phase 2 Dining & Entertainment is a full service restaurant, concert venue. banquet and meeting facility. This venue features a variety of entertainment such as live music, dancing, comedy and more. Their entertainment events and music genres vary from night to night, check their schedule.

Tower Theater
1971 University Blvd, Lynchburg

Officially opened in August 2010 and located in Green Hall on Liberty University's Campus. The theater boasts 640 seats, a balcony and orchestra pit, catwalks, and a fly tower. In addition to student-produced work, the contemporary-style theater has housed productions such as Into the Woods, Les Miserables, Mary Poppins and The Little Mermaid.

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Apartment Hunting in a City When You Don’t Live there Yet

Apartment Hunting in a City When You Don’t Live there Yet

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 30, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAAre you facing the prospect of renting an apartment in a city you don’t live in yet? Renting a home without seeing it before you move in is not ideal, but it’s not impossible either. It just requires careful planning and a willingness to trust photos.

Research the local market

Familiarize yourself with the market you’ll be renting in. The first thing that’s really important is thinking about what area you want to move to and honing in on that. Talk to people who already live in the city of your choice and ask what neighborhoods they recommend. Then figure out what the rental process looks like there. Do listings become available months in advance, or do landlords wait to release them until the last minute? What standard amenities should you expect, and what might you expect to pay a premium for?

Seek out local blogs and real estate websites for up-to-date intel on the market. And, of course, scour online listings in the areas you are considering. By understanding the lay of the land as well as pricing in specific neighborhoods, you can rule out places with asking rents above your budget.

Consider your commute

If you’re moving to a new city with a job lined up, you should consider your commute from the get-go. Ask the following questions: What will the commute time be from any given neighborhood? Beyond miles and distances, what are the traffic dynamics during rush hour?

Understand your commute expectations because knowing what you’re comfortable with can almost create the search. Map the route from various neighborhoods to your future office space using a service like Google Maps, which will take into account walking, biking, driving, and public transit options.

Get all your documents in order

Once you’ve found a place, you’ll want find out what information landlords expect from prospective tenants. In competitive rental markets, that list might be long, so get these documents ready in advance You can work with a leasing agent for the information needed. A complete renter’s profile may include pay stubs, credit checks, bank statements, and the like.

Research the building and landlord

Let’s say you have found a promising rental. There’s still research you can follow-up with online to make sure you’re as informed as possible. Look up details about the building, including when it was built, how many units it holds, and what amenities are included. And if the building is owned by a large management company, you can usually find online reviews about the company.

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA contact Walden Pond.

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Lynchburg: One of the Most Cost Effective Places To Live In Virginia in 2018

Lynchburg: One of the Most Cost Effective Places To Live In Virginia in 2018

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 23, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAData and science were used to determine which places in Virginia go easy on your wallet.

Below are the places in Virginia where the cost of living is the lowest; where your salary goes the furthest. And when if you have the luxury of choosing where to live in the Old Dominion, then the cost of living should play a role in the decision.

So we did the hard work for you and crunched the numbers to find the cities that have lower food, energy, and housing costs. After the dust settled on our analysis of the 59 largest places in Virginia, we were left with this set of the best value for your money.

Here are the 10 cheapest places to live in Virginia for 2018:

  1. Martinsville
  2. Roanoke
  3. Vinton
  4. Salem
  5. Bedford
  6. Lynchburg
  7. Bristol
  8. Covington
  9. Big Stone Gap
  10. Waynesboro

Are you moving to Virginia? For a hometown with history, outdoor spaces, nightlife, cities and small towns, beaches and mountains, Virginia has it all. But, the cities above are where you can enjoy it all...for less.

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA contact Walden Pond.

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Virginia is a 2018 Best State To Live!

Virginia is a 2018 Best State To Live!

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 16, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VADo you live in one of the best states in America?

You might think people across the nation like to think they live in the best place in the country. After all, you wouldn’t spend your lives somewhere that you truly didn’t love. Right? Not always. In fact, according to a recent study it was determined that almost half of Americans would rather live somewhere other than they do now.

Well, if you’re in one of the states that was highlighted as a "Best State", odds are you don’t want to go anywhere.

The purpose of this study is to use science to determine which of our great American states are the absolute best. While unbiased, this research does take into account factors that almost all Americans would agree are desirable. Therefore, while you may have strong opinions either way, you can’t argue against the methodology.

Virginia is #5 on this List of the 10 Best States to Live in America for 2018.

With large cities, small towns, history galore, nightlife, a hint of southern charm, so many things to do, beaches, and mountains...how can you go wrong?

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA, contact Walden Pond.

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Asian Slaw Dogs for the 4th of July

Asian Slaw Dogs for the 4th of July

Joseph Coupal - Monday, July 02, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAAre you having an Independence Day Celebration on the 4th at your apartment in Lynchburg, VA? If so, below is a delicious and fun twist on the All American Hog Dog.

Asian Slaw Dogs

Prep: 20 min., Grill: 7 min. Squeezing the juice from grated ginger is easy and adds fresh flavor to this Asian-inspired slaw. To easily release the juice, press the ginger against the back of your measuring spoon using a finger.

Ingredients

  • Vegetable cooking spray
  • 1 (16-oz.) package Jumbo Beef Franks
  • 1/4 cup hoisin sauce, divided
  • 8 hot dog buns
  • 1 (4-inch) piece fresh ginger
  • 2/3 cup mayonnaise
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 (12-oz.) package broccoli slaw
  • Toppings: crumbled ramen noodles, fresh cilantro sprigs, lime wedges

How to Make It

Step 1

Coat cold cooking grate of grill with cooking spray, and place on grill. Preheat grill to 350° to 400° (medium-high) heat. Brush hot dogs with 2 Tbsp. hoisin sauce.

Step 2

Grill hot dogs, covered with grill lid, 6 to 8 minutes or to desired degree of doneness, turning occasionally. Grill buns, split sides down, covered with grill lid, 1 minute or until grill marks appear.

Step 3

Grate ginger using the large holes of a box grater to equal 2 Tbsp. Squeeze juice from grated ginger into a medium bowl; discard solids. Add mayonnaise, next 3 ingredients, and remaining 2 Tbsp. hoisin sauce, stirring to combine. Add slaw, tossing to coat.

Step 4

Serve grilled hot dogs in buns with slaw mixture and desired toppings.

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Lynchburg Ranked as a Best College Town and Happiest City

Lynchburg Ranked as a Best College Town and Happiest City

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VALynchburg, Virginia, is a city on the move. Small enough to really get to know, but big enough to always offer something new.

Students enjoy the Get Downtown street festival.That’s why we’re ranked number 8 in the nation for college towns by 24/7 Wall St. We’ve got the college town vibe down with our up-and- coming arts and music scene, our athletic outdoorsiness, and our ability to simply slow down a little and take it all in. From college to community sports, one of the oldest farmer’s markets in the nation, and more nifty haunts and dives, food trucks, and local culinary legends than you can shake a stick, Lynchburg’s got it going on.

And, we’re also ranked number 6 in the U.S. on Gallup-Sharecare’s list of Highest Well-Being Communities. A survey of over 337,000 people showed that Lynchburg residents are happier — across the board — than almost everybody else in the nation. That’s a big deal and we’re pretty proud of it.

If you’re already here at Lynchburg, or you’re a graduate, pat yourself on the back for making such a great choice. And if you’re not, let’s change that.

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA contact Walden Pond.

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Summer Trips in the Lynchburg, VA Area

Summer Trips in the Lynchburg, VA Area

Joseph Coupal - Monday, June 18, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VASummer is here! All this warm weather makes it so tempting to take a day or weekend trip to explore new cities and areas that we haven't been to before, and to re-visit our favorite spots. Below are some of the best destinations for summer trips near Lynchburg, VA.

Tips for a Great Trip

Planning ahead is the best way to make sure your trip is as enjoyable as possible. Whether you've planned your trip for weeks or are going on the spur of the moment, here are some things to remember when preparing for your summer trip!

  • Take lots of pictures. Or, if you'd rather stay in the moment, try to at least capture one or two to serve as a reminder of your fun times.
  • Be present. Taking a trip is a great way to connect with your family and friends in a deeper way than what happens on a day-to-day basis. Take advantage of this quality time by putting your phone on "do not disturb" and leaving your computer at home.
  • Try new things. Visiting a new city is a great time to try new foods, activities, and learn about things that you may have never considered before. Let this be a time to expand your horizons and find new interests.
  • Don't forget essentials like sunscreen, your cash and credit or debit card, snacks, your ID, and, if you're a student, your student ID so you can take advantage of any deals or discounts especially for students.

Charlottesville, VA

Distance from Lynchburg: About 1 hour

Charlottesville is a historic city in Virginia that has a lot to offer people looking for a weekend getaway. There is something for everyone here—there is a thriving Indie music scene (Dave Matthews Band was started here!), rich history (two presidents lived here!), beautiful nature and various outdoor activities, shopping, and so much more.

Roanoke, VA

Distance from Lynchburg: About 1 hour

Roanoke, VA is another historic city just down the road from Lynchburg, VA. The Blue Ridge Mountains make Roanoke a beautiful place to visit. Hiking is big here, and there are many trails to explore. There is also a rich culture that celebrates history and art, and there are many festivals, museums, and art displays to enjoy. Roanoke is also known for the Roanoke Star located on Mill Mountain.

Richmond, VA

Distance from Lynchburg: About 2 hours

As the capital of Virginia, there have been some major historical events that have happened right here in our backyard. The White House of the Confederacy was located here during the Civil War, and Patrick Henry famously proclaimed "Give me liberty or give me death!" in Richmond in 1775 just before the Revolutionary War. These days, it's known as a destination for foodies, history buffs, artists, and nature lovers.

Williamsburg, VA

Distance from Lynchburg: About 3 hours

Williamsburg was founded in 1699 as the capitol of the Virginia Colony. Because this is one of the oldest cities in Virginia, there is so much history to discover here. This was one of the first planned cities, and a center of learning thanks to the College of William and Mary (which is where Presidents Thomas Jefferson, James Monroe, and John Tyler attended). If you're interested in colonial history, this is the city for you.

Charlotte, NC

Distance from Lynchburg: About 3.5 hours

Charlotte is one of the largest cities in the US, and is the third-fastest growing city in the US. There are so many things to do in Charlotte, including watch major sports, visit a theme park, visit a ton of different museums, and so much more. It is also home to a major airport hub, making it extremely popular with travelers.

Washington, DC

Distance from Lynchburg: About 3.5 hours

As the capitol of the United States, there is so much to see and do in this city. There are countless museums, landmarks, and important government buildings that you could stay here for a week and still not see everything! Located on the Potomac River, DC is known for its cherry blossom trees.

Appomattox, VA

Distance from Lynchburg: 30 minutes

Although a small town near Lynchburg, VA, Appomattox played a very big part in the Civil War. Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Confederate Army to Union General Ulysses S. Grant, giving the North victory and ending the Civil War.

Poplar Forest

Distance from Lynchburg: 20 minutes

Poplar Forest is a plantation and house that belonged to Thomas Jefferson. He designed the home while he was still president and often spent time here after his presidency. You will learn all about Thomas Jefferson's life and legacy at this beautifully preserved landmark and historical society. It's a must-see in the area!

Beaches

Although the mountains are gorgeous, visiting the beach is a fun change of scenery and makes for a great vacation. With just a few hours of driving you can visit the beach, play in the sand, soak in the rays, and swim in the ocean!

Lakes and Water Recreation

If you love the water, take a trip to a lake to enjoy swimming and recreation. At many of these destinations you can rent kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and paddleboats. Visiting a lake is relaxing and fun for the whole family!

There are so many cities to visit near Lynchburg, VA, and each have so many things to do! Whether you want to relax on a beach, learn about history, go shopping, or find some new trails to explore, you will find all of that and more in these exciting cities.

For more ideas for interesting places to visit and things to do this summer, call the leasing office in your apartments in Lynchburg, VA.

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It Cost More to Own vs. Rent in Virginia

It Cost More to Own vs. Rent in Virginia

Joseph Coupal - Monday, June 11, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAOwning a home is often considered the American dream — and it's an expensive one. Homeowners in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., pay from 33% to 93% more for housing each month than do renters living in the same state.

But many homeowners reap benefits that you can't get from renting, such as financial security and stability, tax deductions, and a vehicle for retirement savings. 

While renting can't offer those long-term financial benefits, the study found that it's cheaper to rent on a month-to-month basis. If you're wondering how to save money for a down payment, renting can help you build that nest egg. However, in extremely expensive or competitive markets renting might be better for the long haul.

To determine the monthly homeownership premium — the additional cost of owning instead of renting, expressed as a percentage — NerdWallet compared 2015 American Community Survey data from the U.S. Census Bureau for the median gross rent and median homeownership cost in each state and Washington, D.C. Median gross rent includes the costs of monthly rent and utilities for all kinds of rental properties, and median homeownership cost includes monthly mortgage payments, real estate taxes, insurance and utilities.

This comparison doesn't include the down payment required to buy a home, which is traditionally 20% of the home price for conventional mortgages.

Key takeaways

Owning is more expensive everywhere. Across all 50 states and Washington, D.C., it costs more each month to own a home than to rent. The median cost people pay nationwide to own a home is 54% more than the median cost of monthly rent.

In some states, the cost of owning far eclipses renting.

In Virginia it costs 48% more to own vs. rent each month!

For more information on apartments in Lynchburg, VA, contact Walden Pond.

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The Most Fantastic Apartment Living Experience in Lynchburg, VA

The Most Fantastic Apartment Living Experience in Lynchburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, June 04, 2018

Walden Pond Apartments, Lynchburg, VAWalden Pond Apartment Homes is Lynchburg's most fantastic living experience! We are located in the 24501 area of Lynchburg. Choose from our 1, 2, or 3 bedroom floorplans with rents that include an amazing community.

Experience a wide selection of fantastic community and apartment amenities. All of the room you need with spacious closets and every unit has a storage space so you can store your bike, season decorations, or anything else you need. Do you like beach volleyball or tennis? Work on your technique at the courts. Other amenities and features include: some layouts include dens, a gorgeous junior Olympic size pool, fitness center and free weights. That and much more is waiting for you! Our professional staff is ready to help match you with your perfect new home. We would love to welcome you home. Contact us for more information on our apartments in Lynchburg, VA today!

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