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Emergency Maintenance, Extra Storage, On Site Maintenance, Playground, Swimming Pool
All Gas Usage Included in Rent, Community Web Site, Fax/Copier Available, Installation of Drapes & Pictures, Large KitchenS, Modern Eat-in Kitchen Areas, Private Entrance with Screen Door Available, Public Transportation, Separate Dining RoomS, Spacious Floor Plans
A Comfortable Lifestyle in a Comfortable Setting
Cross Country Manor Apartments is proudly owned and managed by Continental Realty Corporation. Continental Realty Corporation (CRC) is a privately owned commercial and residential development and management company with proud, long-standing Baltimore roots. Marvin Schapiro started CRC in 1960 with one simple philosophy - always keep your promises. For over 50 years, CRC has upheld this philosophy while offering business owners the opportunity to pursue entrepreneurism in well-managed commercial office buildings and retail centers, and providing well-maintained homes to residents in each of our apartment communities. We invite you to experience the CRC difference firsthand and we look forward to your residency.Continental Realty Corporation and Cross Country Manor ApartmentsContinuing a tradition of integrity.Respecting our relationships.Creating value every day.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Cat Policy: Maximum 2 cats per apartment. $25.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee.
Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
from the moment I came to look at the apartments back in 2007 everyone was very nice, the up keep of the area Read Morewas very clean. I lived there for 5 years and nothing never changed. It was always clean and the area was very quiet
January 15, 2014
Cross Country Manor Resident
I was promised that the walls were thick and sound did not travel well. I signed a lease based on this inform Read Moreation and was very disappointed to learn that the opposite was true.
December 24, 2013