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Extra Storage, On Site Maintenance, On Site Management
Guest Parking, Off Street Parking, Onsite Parking, Planned Community Activities, Self-cleaning Oven
Great Location - Close to shopping, entertainment venues, train stations, major roadways and the University of Rhode Island...Pet-Friendly...Large Apartments... FREE HEAT!
Welcome to the very best in apartment living. Managed by professionals dedicated to enhancing your lifestyle, Tower Hill Landings is nestled amidst trees, trails and wildlife, making it the perfect hideaway to call your home. It is easy to get here, but difficult to leave. Our ideal location places you in the heart of South County, close to both Warwick, Providence, and Boston. With easy access to major highways, Tower Hill Landings is close to everything you enjoy, including beaches, parks, shopping and dining, and the University of Rhode Island. Every apartment home at Tower Hill Landings was designed with you in mind, including features that assure the quality and comfort you expect. With seven spacious and unique floor plans to choose from, finding a luxurious home to call your own has never been easier! Standard features such as mini blinds, ample closet space, hardwood flooring and more can be found at Tower Hill Landings Apartment Community. Residents of Tower Hill Landings enjoy the convenient amenities that can only be found in a community dedicated to your comfort. Relax and enjoy our beautiful landscaping or utilize our high speed internet access. Our easily accessible on-site laundry facility makes chore time a breeze. At Tower Hill Landings, we continually strive to create a home for our residents that resonates ease, convenience and value. Call today to schedule your personal tour of our apartment homes. Equal Housing Opportunity
Lease terms: 12 months
Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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response to any problem was timely
January 3, 2014