Walden Pond Apartment Homes

1400-A Weeping Willow Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501
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Apartment Living in Lynchburg, VA

Apartment Living in Lynchburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Walden Pond, Lynchburg, VAVirginia is a very popular area to visit and to live. We regularly receive accolades as a wonderful place to retire, one of the “Best States,”packed with wonderful small towns, a state where your money can go farther, and surrounded by beautiful scenery. In fact, Virginia has an excellent, mild, and four-season climate in addition to having so much to do. Lynchburg is a beautiful and classy area with universities, art, history, theater, and restaurants galore. Some of the best food at your fingertips and overflowing with charm, people from all over love their decision to move here.

If you are looking for an apartment in Lynchburg, VA look no further than Walden Pond. These apartment homes have a community environment and exclusive amenities. There are two different styles of one-, two-,and three- bedroom apartments with luxury community amenities as well. Walden Pond is in the heart of Lynchburg’s historic, retail, and business community. Get a taste of the small-town city living and comfort with a built in community too. This is a distinctive apartment community environment made for those seeking apartment amenities, spacious and inviting floor plans, and the dedication of a committed management team.

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

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Things to Do in Lynchburg, VA

Things to Do in Lynchburg, VA

Joseph Coupal - Monday, September 18, 2017

Walden Pond, Lynchburg, VAThe list below includes free or cheap things to do in or near Lynchburg, Virginia, including different types of inexpensive activities like Mini Golf, History Museums, Bowling and more.

From Old City Cemetery to Riverwalk Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions for those who live in apartments in Lynchburg, VA.

Old City Cemetery

The oldest cemetery in the state of Virginia is the Old City Cemetery, and it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The cemetery is still in use today and also serves as a very unique public garden.

Riverwalk Trail

The Riverwalk Trail offers a hiking and biking area for visitors to enjoy. The trail provides wildlife views as trail users travel from the Greek Orthodox Church to the end of the trail at the James River.

Jones Memorial Library

The Jones Memorial Library specializes in genealogy, research and manuscripts centered on the surrounding community stretching back before the Civil War. The library and its records are open daily except Sundays and holidays.

Riverside Park

Lynchburg's Riverside Park offers a variety of attractions, including a 1900 square foot Sprayground area with water play activities. The park also features a playground for kids as well as picnic areas.

Point of Honor

The Federal-style house that was built by Dr. George Cabell in 1815 is called Point of Honor. The historic site is furnished with authentic period antiques, and there is a small gallery that introduces visitors to the individuals who used to call Point of Honor their home.

Sandusky Historic Site

At the Sandusky Historic Site, visitors are able to learn bout Civil War history through interactive displays and a short film. This museum is located in a private home that is currently being restored.

Tiny Town Miniature Golf

Featuring an 18-hole course, Tiny Town Miniature Golf offers visitors cosmic golf with glow-in-the dark obstacles and golf balls. The final hole features a large face where visitors can aim for the nose, eyes, or mouth to complete the course.

Putt-Putt Golf-Games & Go Karts

The Putt-Putt Golf-Games & Go Karts is an entertainment complex featuring a number of fun attractions for its guests to enjoy. In addition to putt-putt and go-karts, the center also offers bumper cars, batting cages, and laser tag.

Lynchburg Museum

Located in an 1850s Greek revival style courthouse, Lynchburg Museum offers a glimpse into the history of Lynchburg, VA. Visitors can look through years of exhibits and a view of the James River.

Maier Museum of Art

With family programs and art contests, the Maier Museum of Art has a very strong presence in its community. It also houses an impressive collection of American art from across the last century.

Pest House Medical Museum

An ugly part of history, Pest House Medical Museum is the site of the smallpox quarantine hospital. When touring the building, visitors can learn about the facility and its practices via audio guides.

Fort Hill Bowling Center

A classic style bowling alley, the Fort Hill Bowling Center hosts open bowling hours as well as a variety of bowling leagues. The alley also hosts periodic bowling tournaments, and has a bar.

Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum

As the home of a Civil Rights activist, Anne Spencer House & Garden Museum gives visitors an inside glimpse to the life of the woman. The garden is open year round and is maintained by volunteers.

Enjoy yourself in Lynchburg, we do!

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Things To Consider When Renting an Apartment

Things To Consider When Renting an Apartment

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Walden Pond, Lynchburg, VAThe internet has made it very easy to search for rental properties. 

There are steps every renter should take to make sure looking for — and finding a new place to live — is safe and successful.

Location, location, location

You've heard it before — it's considered the first rule of real estate. Ask yourself these questions:

  • Does this location make sense in terms of my day-to-day life?
  • How far away is it from work or school?
  • Is there a grocery store nearby?

Location makes a difference mostly in regards to safety. The apartment should be in a part of town where you feel safe. It should be clean and close to school or work.

Do your research

Visit potential apartments in person when possible and go online to access customer reviews on management companies. If you're deciding between two apartments, a bad review of one management company could sway your decision.

Also, keep your eyes open while you tour. Are the hallways clean? Is there trash piling up in the parking lot? You can learn a lot about a management company that way.

Ask what's included

You might be ready to jump into a lease when you hear about a low rent, but find out what's included in that cost. Does it include heat, electricity, cable, internet, sewer or trash collection? Do the math to figure out if a slightly higher rent makes sense if more of those things are included.

Read your lease carefully

Ask any questions you have about the lease prior to signing it. Know what you're getting into before you sign on the dotted line.

You hear it a lot, especially from college students — renters get into an apartment, then four months later they want to leave when a friend asks them to move into another place. But they don't realize what their lease says (preventing them from moving to the new apartment).

Some leases auto-renew every year, others require a 30- or 60-day notice in writing to vacate.

Just make sure all your 'i's' are dotted and your 't's' are crossed.

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

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Walden Pond Apartment Homes

1400-A Weeping Willow Drive, Lynchburg, VA 24501

Call: 833-280-0420
Email UsWaldenPond.PropertySite.HHHunt@aptleasing.info
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Opens: Monday-Friday: 9A-6P | Saturday: 10A-5P | Sunday: Closed

$696-$1,308