The Townhomes at Chapel Watch Village, a Northwood Ravin Signature Community, offers spacious two and three bedroom townhome-style apartments in Chapel Hill. Conveniently located near the intersection of I-40, Hwy 86 and directly across the street from a UNC Park/Ride lot. We are just minutes away from UNC-Chapel Hill and Duke University. Townhomes at Chapel Watch Village is one of the most dynamic and desirable communities in the Chapel Hill area because we care about your comfort. Our craftsman-style luxury apartments feature downstairs master bedrooms, basement bonus rooms, one and two car garages, and island kitchens. Our exceptional community amenities include a designer clubhouse, high-end fitness center, luxurious swimming pool, walking trails, gated playground and fenced dog park. Come home and relax in style in your new apartment-you have earned this. Come visit us in the near future for a tour of Chapel Hill's newest townhome community!
We have lived here about 1 year while settling into a new job and searching for homes/schools/etc. During our stay it the best place I've stayed due to great neighbors, mostly if not all professionals. You pay a bit more to stay here but given the high quality of neighbors and the excellent service provided by Management its well worth it, particularity if you have children and a demanding job.
The location is ideal, about 3 minutes from Hwy 40 and Harris Teeter, shops/restaurants nearby about 10min. Really a nice place to live.
Renovated units are nice, but there are few of them. The community is generally noisy and the walls are thin. Energy is an issue because the units are not well-insulated. Leasing staff are very friendly and responsive, however, maintenance staff are neither. Pool is nice, but there are a lot of children in the community, so it can get very crowded and rambunctious. The gym is very small, has minimal equipment (that's often out of order), and is quite often fully occupied (usually by loud teens)
There are lots of rules but they are not enforced which makes them worthless. This will be our last year here, as we have been socked with excessive electric bills due to poor window insulation. Rents have gone out of range.
Office and maintenance staff, especially the recent crew, is really responsive and work to make the neighborhood feel like a community. It's relatively transient here, but it does have a community feel. A lot of people have dogs and kids, which makes it feel like a real neighborhood. It seems overpriced, although compared to what you can get for $300, some of the features are worth it (ie. the community feel, garages, porches for grilling).
Well maintained, safe, nicely designed, quiet, energy efficient and close to everything.
Let me know when this property is back on the market