Cavalier Crossing, a well designed off-campus student accommodation community, is located at 100 Wahoo Way, Charlottesville in Virginia. This is just 3 miles from the University of Virginia. You can live a true blue student life at this comfortable student housing where international students can make new friends at the planned social activities and community amenities like grills and cool clubhouse.
Cavalier Crossing complex has 4 bedroom apartments with furnished living spaces which have walk-in closets and carpets. The units are air conditioned, heated, cable ready, and have super fast internet connectivity. You get a washer-dryer set, dishwasher, disposal, microwave, cooking range, oven, instant hot water, fridge, ice maker, freezer and pantry. The bathrooms are en suite. Enjoy fantastic community amenities like a fitness centre, basketball, sand volleyball, swimming pool and clubhouse. There is also a hot tub and 24 hours emergency maintenance. The property is pet friendly and you can opt for furnished units. There is a computer lab with free printing. Host a grilling party at the outdoor grilling station or the clubhouse. Organise conferences or study sessions in the business centre.
Utilities like trash removal, sewer, cable and water are included in the student housing rent. The shuttle service to campus and parking are complimentary.
Security and Maintenance
There is property manager present 24 hours to keep an eye on the maintenance and upkeep of the property as well as security.
The off-campus student accommodation at Cavalier Crossing is on the local Charlottesville transit route and there is also a shuttle service for residents.
Things to do nearby
Leander McCormick Observatory is quite close by and you can easily hop over for a peek through the telescopes.
The Blue Ridge Mountains are right in the backyard. The Ragged Mountain Natural Area is only a 15 minute drive away.
The exhibits at the Virginia Discovery Museum tend to keep visitors ambling around for hours. A short 10 minute drive will deposit you at the gates of the Museum.