Laurelton Village Apartments

601 N Black Horse Pike, Williamstown NJ 08094

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Kitchen:

DishwasherGarbage Disposal

Laundry:

Laundry Facility

Pets:

Pets OK

Features:

Air ConditioningCeiling Fan(s)New/Renovated InteriorSome Utilities Covered

Community:

Emergency Maintenance, On Site Management, Playground, Swimming Pool

Additional:

20 minutes to Philadelphia, 24-Hr. Emergency Maintenance, 30 minutes to Atlantic City, Laundry facilities, Minutes to Routes 168, 42, I-295, NJ, Minutes to the Atlantic City Expressway, Off-Street Parking, Professional on-site management, Professionally landscaped grounds, Public Transportation, Swimming pool/playground, Walk to shopping and restaurants

Property Details

Work, play and shop all within easy reach of your splendid two bedroom home!

Congratulations! To Laurelton Village Apartments on receiving the 2013 ApartmentRatings.com Top Rated award

Enjoy the casinos and beaches of Atlantic City or take advantage of the employment opportunities and sights of Philadelphia. Close to Deptford Mall, Routes 168, 42, I-295 and NJ Turnpike. Experience the best value in Gloucester County! Visit Laurelton Village today and let our professional management staff show you our apartment homes.

Leasing Terms

Our lease terms are: 12 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details)
Pet Policy: Maximum 2 pets per apartment. Restrictions: We welcome pets at our community. Deposits and fees may apply, please contact us for additional information.

Pet Policy

Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.

Community Information

176 units

Building Type

Apartment

Neighborhood Info

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