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Old 11-25-2007, 10:23 PM
 
Location: Wilmington NC
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Can someone recommend a apartment complex in wilmington around the 700-800 range for a 1 bedroom thats really nice/upscale and not a horror show LOL I read about a new apt complex called Avalon?? maybe someone lives somewhere great now they could recommend or previously? Im in Los Angeles now so price isnt an issue really given what im used to and my job that im tranferring with is keep my LA salary thank goodness so Ill be in a great position for rent there.

Also I need a recommendation on the quickest/easiest route to Ft Bragg in fayetteville from Wilmington (My sweetie is stationed there and I'll be going back and forth ALOT). Thank you in advance for any suggestions


~marsha

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Old 11-26-2007, 05:39 AM
 
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The Reserve at Mayfaire is a great place to call home. I know several people that live in the Mayfaire area and they all love it. Great place to live for a new person as there is lots to do within walking distance and it is very safe.

They are always running specials so you can usually get a rate that is cheaper than what is listed on the website.

wilmington nc apartments - The Reserve at Mayfaire - Luxury Apartment Living in Wilmington, NC (broken link)

The quickest and easiest route to Fort Brag is via Hwy 87. It should take you about two hours if you are going onto base. Count on 20-25 minutes less if you are just going to the downtown Fayett area.
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Old 11-26-2007, 10:31 PM
 
Location: Wilmington NC
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Thank you so much!!!!
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