Glemeade Village is truly Wilmington's newest "Vintage" community. 104 apartment homes spread out over seven acres with beautiful trees draped in Spanish moss and landscaped with flowering scrubs. Let us reserve your next new home. In addition to the many advantages of Glenmeade Village, it is further enhanced by its proximity to shopping centers, doctor offices, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum, golf courses, beaches, downtown and Independence Shopping Mall.
Lease Terms: 12 months. Security deposit is $150.
This apartment complex has a lot of positives both in its location and its buildings and grounds. A very short walk to a number of amenities (pharmacy, convenience store, restaurants/delis, and a Food Lion store - all less than three blocks away) plus the hospital, a block or so away. It's a very easy walk or bike ride to Greenfiled Lake park. Best amenity is the covered pool, plus laundry room with a small lending library, tennis court, dog park. No parking stickers, so guests can park anytime. We moved here partly because they rent to over 50 mostly. That is true but be prepared for an older than that population - over 70, though there are young people here. It is a quiet complex. One of the best features of the apartment is fabulous water pressure for a shower and really hot water. The washer/dryer room is very nice sized. We do enjoy the balcony space (2nd floor apt).The size of bedrooms, bathrooms and closets are average. You may have to downsize for those spaces. The worst aspect is the kitchen. If you like to cook, you will be very disappointed. The counter space is miniscule. The cupboards are really small both in width and height. A box of Cheerios will not fit in a cupboard. The number of cupboards is also limited. The refrigerator is the smallest one made with the exception of a dorm frig. You will bang your head bending to get in and out of the frig part. The wire shelves of the frig are flimsy. There is no garbage disposal and they don't allow one. It is such a pain without one.