411 W Washington St Unit 306

411 W Washington St, Greensboro, NC 27401

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2 Beds 2 Beds 2 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 1 700 SF

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About 411 W Washington St Greensboro, NC 27401

Special rate: start your lease in June for $850/month! Newly renovated 2 bedroom 1 bathroom in downtown Greensboro. Top floor with downtown views. Close to Elon Law, Moses Cone and UNCG. Spacious kitchen and lots of natural light. Secure entry building with elevator. All appliances included plus a washer/dryer in unit. Reserved parking. Walking distance to downtown restaurants, bars, shopping, and YMCA . No smoking. Pets negotiable. Credit and background. Shorter leases negotiable. Move-in ready! Urban living! Must see! Apply online at : https://home.cozy.co/apply/#!/400276

Amenities & Expenses

  • Elevator
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Smoke Free
  • Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)

Condo Amenities

Pet Policy

Dogs and Cats Allowed


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Lease Length

  • 12 Months


  • Elevator


  • Washer/Dryer
  • Smoke Free
  • Wheelchair Accessible (Rooms)
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Neighborhood - Downtown Greensboro

Downtown Greensboro is at once charming and historic and hip and trendy. Its historic architecture lining wide sidewalks offers a wide variety of shops, restaurants, art studios, and theaters; its position just a few blocks east of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Greensboro College adds a youthful energy to the neighborhood. Residents and visitors can take a gourmet food tour or a history and haunts tour. They can explore the Blandwood Mansion or the Greensboro History Museum. They can catch a performance at the Carolina Theatre or the Community Theatre of Greensboro.

For a touch of the unique, Downtown Greensboro offers a variety of public art and murals. You may notice an abundance of coffee cup sculptures -- these were created to celebrate the sit-in movement of the 1960s. The eight bronze sculptures are located throughout the downtown area, and a self-guided walking tour takes visitors to all of them.

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