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Controlled Access, Gated Access, On Site Maintenance
Beautifully Landscaped, Ceramic Tile Bathrooms, Community Located in a Residential Neighborhood, Convenient to Branch Avenue and Naylor Road Metro, Featuring One, Two and Three Bedroom Homes, Gas Heat, Cooking, and Hot Water Included, Metro Bus Stops Just Outside the Community, Minutes to Downtown DC, One Half Mile to Iverson Mall, Separate Dining Room, Small, Quaint Community, Spacious, Well Designed, Floor Plans, Two Miles from I-495 (Capitol Beltway), Walking Distance to Shopping and Restaurants, We Welcome the Housing Choice Voucher Program
Ten Minutes from Downtown Washington D. C. and Metro Bus at your doorstep! Shopping just blocks away! Minutes to Iverson Mall and Southern Ave. Metro Station.
If you are looking for a small, quaint community in a neighborhood setting, look no further! Raleigh Court Apartments offers spacious one, two and three bedroom residences featuring controlled access buildings, ample parking and laundry care centers throughout the community. Located minutes from Branch Avenue, Naylor Road Metro (Green Line) and I-495, Raleigh Court provides a park-like setting, value priced in Temple Hills, Maryland! Find your place. Home awaits you at Raleigh Court!
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Dog Policy: $50.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: Breed and Weight Restrictions
Cat Policy: $35.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
The rental office manager janae was alwsys so helpful and understanding she was always their when I needed her Read More.
January 11, 2014
Raleigh Court Apartments Resident
Initially it was rough when I first moved to Raleigh court. The in-site management person was not only rude, Read Moreshe did not conduct herself in a professional manner. Whether it was with me or when I had to venture into the management office and witnessed her overall demeanor towards other residents. As time went on, she was replaced and things improved. Some of the residents were not obnoxious but were colorful characters.
December 24, 2013