2 Bedroom Unfurnished Apartments at
University Gardens Condominiums
800 Pritchard Ave. Extension, Chapel Hill
These spacious condominiums are within easy walking distance of the UNC campus. They are also on the "N" and "A" bus lines for those rainy days. We rent to a mixture of students, married couples, families, and professionals. We also have a few retired residents.
The apartments are very large, containing approximately 1,000 sq. ft. Don't you hate apartments with no closet space? The closets in these units are huge! Units are all-electric, air conditioned, and there is a pool on the premises. All kitchen appliances included except dishwasher. Pets are negotiable, depending on your references. The apartments are located next door to an extensive network of town-maintained nature and hiking trails, and a city park, playground, and volleyball courts are adjacent to the complex.
2 Bedroom 1 bath Garden Style: $720 (end unit add $25)
2 Bedroom 1.5 bath Townhouse: $798 (end unit add $50)
For units A-10,11,13,14,17, B-2, E-6,H-8 add $75
For units A-12 and A-15, add $50
For units by the pool (G and H buildings), add $25
Washer & dryer available for most units, add $45
(Prices may vary slightly depending on unit and/or pets.)
Many people ask what differentiates the Garden Style and the Townhouse Style. The Garden Style condos are on one floor (rather than 2 levels). The condos are built on a moderately steep slope, so you walk down a set of stairs to go in the front door, but the back door is at ground level. There are window wells around the front windows to let in light. The back doors and rear windows open onto a small back yard, where you have a view of a wooded area. The townhouses have their front door at ground level, so they do have a bit more natural light than the garden style. The townhouses have both bedrooms and full bathroom upstairs. The living room, kitchen, and half-bathroom are downstairs. The townhouses have a deck off the kitchen back door, and they also have bookshelves at the top of the stairs. The actual square footage of both apartments is the same. The bedrooms, full bathroom, and living room are the same size. The garden style has a huge kitchen which makes up for the space lost by not having the 1/2 bath (which the townhouses have). The townhouse kitchen is not tiny, but it isn't enormous like the garden style.