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Property details

At a Glance
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Why Live Here?
Centered near major shopping, dining and area schools, Park Terrace is in the heart of High Point. A short drive down the road takes you anywhere you want to go, and you'll have the added convenience of being right on the High Point bus line!

When you make Park Terrace your home, you can enjoy relaxing on the sundeck by the sparkling swimming pool, exercising in the fitness center, grilling outdoors in our picnic area or meeting new friends at the playground.

The perks don't stop at your doorstep: each apartment home has a fully-equipped kitchen with dishwasher and Energy Star appliances, your own balcony or patio where you can overlook the beautifully landscaped grounds, washer/dryer hook-ups (bring your own or use our laundry facility on-site), bay windows (in some apartments) and ceilings fans to provide an environment with an abundance of natural air and light, and large closets that enhance the comfort and convenience of your home.
Amenities
  • Fitness center
  • Two playgrounds
  • Clubhouse with community room
  • Picnic stations with grills
  • Large swimming pool with sundeck
  • Business center with Wi-Fi
  • On site clothes care center
  • Located on the High Point busline
  • Pet friendly - certain restrictions may apply
Pet Policy
Cat, Dog are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Please call our leasing office for our complete pet policy.
Building Information
  • Units: 250

 

About High Point, NC


High Point is a city in North Carolina’s central region, which is one of the biggest cities in the entire state. As of the 2010 census, the city had a population of 104,371 people. The city is well known for the High Point Market, which operates every sixth months. The city has several nicknames, including the “Furniture Capital of the World” and “North Carolina’s International City”. The city has multiple universities, most of which have some type of religious affiliation.