Prices, specials, features and availability subject to change.
Contact for details
Japanese cherry trees line the streets of Parkwood adding a spectacular show of color and richness to this beautifully landscaped community. Large living areas and bedrooms, deluxe appliances and quiet living are just three of the top reasons to make Parkwood Apartment Homes your new home. Every apartment in Parkwood II has a balcony or a garden patio giving you a space to enjoy the award-winning landscape and tranquil atmosphere.
Limited time only, $99 Move-In Special!
*Restrictions apply, select units only.
Leases: 6, 9 and 12 months.
Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for Policy. Call for service animal policy.
Contact Propertyor call
Location in complex is important. Units closer to Beaglin Park Drive are subject to a lot of traffic noise. No Read Moreise between apartments was bad at times because all entry doors open on to a common foyer. Noise didn't travel through the walls, but we could hear our neighbors clearly through our front door. Kitchens are wide enough; refrigerator door won't open completely because the oven door is in the way.
November 14, 2014
Location was fine, cut weather was not - ice, snow, etc. The community was provincial and this city, educati Read Moreon woman found it frustrating. The Rent.com card was great and allowed me o show my finance Baltimore.
July 12, 2014
Safe Neighborhood, and friendly and sincere staff.
Rooms are very insulated and the neighbors are very Read More friendly. Rooms have everything they need to ensure great living conditions! Glad I chose Parkwood Apartments =D.
January 22, 2014
I've been here almost 3 yrs, but won't be renewing my lease. 1st year was fantastic, then the property mgr. mo Read Moreved out of state. Since then, there have been at least 4 managers & 3 asst. managers that I know of (some only make it a few months). Quality of everything has suffered- landscaping, office organization, maintenance, cleanliness, etc. Pros: Good location, pretty clean, neighbors generally families, not college students. Cons: not enough maint. staff, no amenities, lack of communication
January 21, 2014
We are experiencing technical difficulties at the moment. Please try again later.