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    Furnished Apartments Winston-salem - 1840 Knights Haven

    Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, Oak Ridge, Walkertown, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

    This Winston-Salem furnished apartment, located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in the Winston-Salem area,  has granite countertops, a gas fireplace, 24 hour…

    • Bed1, 2, 3
    • Bath1, 1.5, 2


    Corporate Housing Winston-salem - 2309 Providence

    Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, Oak Ridge, Walkertown, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

    This excellent Winston-Salem corporate housing option offers a swimming pool with sundeck, 18 person movie theater, business center, and a state of the art…

    • Bed1, 2, 3
    • Bath1, 2


    Temporary Housing Winston-salem - 200 Brannigan

    Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, Oak Ridge, Walkertown, Winston-Salem, NC 27127

    Our Winston-Salem temporary housing is nestled in a quiet setting but is conveniently located near I-40, where easy access to downtown Winston-Salem offers great…

    • Bed1, 2, 3
    • Bath1, 2



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Winston Salem Corporate Housing: Taking in the South

There aren’t many things in the world that could bring more pleasure to an earthly soul to know that they will be spending a few weeks or months living in corporate housing in Winston-Salem. Working here during the summer months is, off course, ideal, but the other months are just as pleasant, if not downright amazing. Before you know it your southern drawl will kick in, but not without the natives cringing at your attempt. But not to worry, it will come in soon enough and you will be able to enjoy everything that the south offers.Getting to know Winston-Salem is like reading a classic American novel. There is so much history at the heart of this tome and it is buried deep within the soul of its people, its buildings and its ways. This city owes its very being to the Moravians who first settled on the Wachovia. There were German-speaking and they were strong Protestants. The town grew rapidly, even before Independence, with an aim to be self sufficient. As the years rolled into decades, and the decades swelled to centuries, we fast forward to a community that once comprised two towns, Winston and Salem, that then became one.
Today, Winston-Salem is not the a sprawling metropolitan or valleys bustling with agriculture. It has turned out to be a the kind of town one raises a family. It has the balance of commerce and entertainment and is woven through the fabric of the natural land. Downtown Winston-Salem is the focus of the commercial, and historic districts. Getting to Winston from the East or West can be accomplished by I-40, while approaching from the North or South will need to be on I-74. Most of I-$0 circumnavigates Winston, but there is a Business 40 that will land you directly south of downtown. The major exits off of Business 40 will put you on S Main St. or Cherry St. North. Most of what you can do lie outside the downtown city limits.If you’re looking for a Winston-Salem furnished apartment, here are four areas of the city that you may want to consider:
  1. Clemmons:  The village of Clemmons is a family-friendly community known for its good school district. If you are relocating to Winston-Salem with children, Clemmons is a quiet neighborhood to raise them in.
  2. Lewisville:  Lewisville corporate housing is also an excellent place to raise a family, but it’s known for being quieter at night than Clemmons.
  3. Advance:  There’s been a lot of new upscale development in the tiny town of Advance. Basically the town consists of a post office, a gas station, and a lot of new mansions.
  4. Kernersville:  Kernersville is a small city of a little less than 20,000 residents. A lot of professionals in their mid-thirties live here, so the town has a quiet, settled feeling to it.
Winston-Salem corporate housing can be found in all these locations and many more.  Please reach out to an Almost Home housing specialist today by calling or by filling out our simple housing request form.

Things to do in Winston-Salem

There isn’t a shortage of things to do in this part of the south. One of the things you may want to take advantage of is the sublime weather that this region is blessed with. There are a few outdoor activities you can do as well as some indoor ones. Here are just a few to get you acquainted with the land.
  • Meadowlands Golf Club on Meadowlands Drive off Rt 109: An invigorating golf club with links designed by Hale Irwin. The opportunity for long drives, precise chips and challenging putts is a recipe for a fantastic afternoon. There are a couple of other nice courses around Winston-Salem and you may like some north of the city, but one other thing you will like about this one is the scenic drive south along Rt 109.
  • SciWorks on West Hanes Mill Rd.: If you have your family moving with you to Winston, this is one place you would want to visit often. There are a lot of exhibits and hands on projects the kids could learn a whole lot from. There is a museum, a planetarium and an environmental park. It’s not entirely possible to get all the benefits of this place in one day, so plan to go back often.
  • Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art on Marguerite Drive: There is a lot going on in the south in terms of revivals and contemporary art. There is a lot of soul in the southern way and the best expression of that soul is in art. Take time when you’re in the south, especially in Winston Salem to enjoy the weather, by all means, but more importantly divert your attention to the contemporary art scene that is making a string presence here.
  • Yadkin Valley Wine Country on Hwy 421: The North Carolina wine valley begins at the footsteps of Winston-Salem. There are a number of producers here that take advantage of the North Carolina temperature and humidity to produce some up and coming cultivars. While you’re here check out the Laurel Gray Vineyards east of Winston on the old Hwy 421
  • Old Salem Historic District on Race St.: The old Salem buildings and the Moravian culture that were the roots of the Winston-Salem area can be found here. The culture is based on the old Moravian church of the Protestant denomination. There is a strong German culture within this denomination and some aspects can still be traced back to the area. This place is a worthy visit.
Within the Winston-Salem area, there are a number of unexpected things that could just take your breath away. The old Moravian buildings mentioned above is one example, the winery  and the wince valley is another. Long term residents who have their weekends free in the spring, summer and fall usually spend many weekends tasting their way through the meandering valleys of the Yadkin River.The time to say goodbye to this wonderful town may be far away, but don’t wait till the last minute to try everything southern. From coffee to shrimp to wine, North Carolina does things differently than from wherever you come from, so take advantage of this working trip while you’re here and have some fun. You’re going to love it.