Woodlands of Baton Rouge is a superior student housing facility located at 910 Ben Hur Road, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Local and international students at the University of Louisiana can lead a life less ordinary at this off-campus student accommodation less ordinary! Select from 2, 3 and 4 bedroom townhome-style apartments. All fully furnished with a 9,000 square-foot clubhouse with college-style amenities including a state-of-the-art fitness center and a large resort-style pool. All these great facilities, and just minutes from campus.
You won’t run out of space in the roomy, fully-furnished student housing apartments at Woodlands of Baton Rouge. Each unit comes with charming front and back porches for a cosy neighbourhood vibe. The apartments are all fully furnished, complete with internet and satellite TV. Get dirty clothes off your mind, with in-unit laundry system. Before you get on board, you can take advantage of per person contracts and roommate matching. Then, saunter out to enjoy the 9000 square-foot clubhouse with 24-hour fitness center, swimming pool with tanning ledges and hot tubs and volleyball courts. If you need rooms for study and recreation, you’ve got them too, along with a fireside lounge, grilling stations, and hammock grove. Because you can’t have too much of a good thing!
High-speed internet and garbage disposal are part of the student housing rent package.
Security and maintenance
Woodlands of Baton Rouge has electronic controlled access to each student home, as well as locking bedroom doors. And a self-monitoring security system. Community courtesy patrols are provided at regular intervals, as well as security cameras. Management staff can be reached by a 24-hour phone number.
Public transport accessibility
The student accommodation facility is a short couple of miles from Louisiana University campus, with a variety of transport options.
Things to do nearby
As the capital of Louisiana, Baton Rouge is home to many events, festivals, activities, and points of interest. Including historic monuments, galleries and museums.
Downtown Baton Rouge has11 public green spaces, 61 restaurants, 21 bars/lounges, eight art galleries, and five large concert venues.
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