Online Leasing Promo Code: Save230 - App and Admin Special - $230.00 off for each applicant
Currently offering 3-15 month leases.
$25 application fee per person
$50 administrative fee per household
Half Off pet fee!
Move in by March 30th, get $1000 off!*
Move in by April 30th, get $750 off!*
Move in by May 31st, get $500 off!*
* 2 and 3 bedrooms for 12-15 month leases only
The Meadows at Kildaire Apartment Community invites you to experience luxurious apartment living at its finest in Cary, North Carolina. Our charming apartment community is nestled in one of the Triangle's most sought after locations, just minutes from US-1 and I-40.
With 9 different 1, 2, and 3 bedroom floorplans to choose from, The Meadows at Kildaire has an apartment to suit your needs. All of our apartments boast nine-foot ceilings, garden-style bathtubs, ceiling fans and abundant storage. In addition, our apartment homes feature modern fully-equipped gourmet kitchens with fresh white cabinetry, energy efficient appliances, onyx countertops, and built-in microwaves.
Our resort-style amenity
6-Month, 7-Month, 8-Month, 9-Month, 10-Month, 11-Month, 12-Month
I like the atmosphere here at the Meadows...friendly, safe, with a great office staff & maintenance crew. Most of my needs are being met.
Whether it be temporary or perminent, The "Meadows at Kildaire" is the place to be!
My first concern relocating from a house to an apartment was the feel of being at home. I have been extremely surprised at the comfort Meadows of Kildaire has been. The apartment is extremely spacious, grounds are well kept, fixtures and appliances are current and the front office have been very pleasant.
This is one of the worst apartments I have ever lived in. I am about to finish my lease but I had to stay longer because they will trick you with the lease. This place is over priced for it's living conditions. Before moving in we were promised an apartment that was newly "renovated." The only thing they renovated was the kitchen. There are splatters of paint all over the wood floor so it looks terrible. At first I was excited that there was a big balcony but only to realize that the doors from the outside were coming apart. The neighbors are also an issue in this complex. There is a guy way across the other complex far from mine that would get on his balcony and play the saxophone poorly. This would go on for hours. I would be in my apartment and would have to turn my music on to tune out his sound. Forget trying to take a nap. There is also an issue of couples in this neighbor hood divorcing so you will constantly hear a neighbor fighting. The complex actually went around to different business to promote because divorce couples continued to move out. We heard this directly from the office because they went to my sisters office in Cary to promote with candy. However, if you try to speak to the office regarding any issues they are not helpful. The main problem I have with this complex is the office. They are unhelpful, inconsiderate, and conniving. Do yourself a favor and don't move in here. It's not worth it, don't waste your money.