Specially designed for a stylish student lifestyle, the Reserve at Clemson is perfect for local and international students enrolled at the nearby Clemson University. Here, at 103 Sumter Lane, Central, South Carolina 29630, there are 2 and 4 bedroom apartments in a picturesque setting, with hardwood-style floors, private bathrooms, utilities and facilities such as two resort-style pools, fitness center, a friendly clubhouse, and convenient shuttle bus. Student accommodation second to none.
Select from 2 and 4 bedroom apartments that are superbly furnished, with full-size beds and hardwood-style floors. They include a washer and dryer in each apartment – thank goodness -- and kitchen with dishwasher and microwave. And, of course, that other necessity: high-speed internet. You’ll love to lounge in the covered patios and balconies with roommates, which their roommate matching service will cover. Step outdoors at the Reserve at Clemson, and you’ll come across two resort-style swimming pools, fitness and weight-training center, game room and TV lounge, basketball court and 24×7 on-site professional staff. Though we suspect you may spend more time in the Wi-Fi Internet café and coffee bar. While awaiting the covered front-door bus pickup to class.
You pay just one flat student housing rate. And you get an array of features. Including furniture, high-speed Internet, water/sewer, trash removal, washer and dryer in each apartment and community features such as the pool and fitness center. We’ve got you covered.
Security and maintenance
For students’ comfort, privacy and safety, there are courtesy patrols during evening hours and security cameras in select locations. Senior management are on-site 24×7 and you can reach them by a 24-hour phone number.
Public transport accessibility
Every 15 to 30 minutes when school is in session, The Clemson Area Transit (CAT) “Red Route” shuttle bus stops right in front of The Reserve at Clemson clubhouse. There’s extended evening service through 3 am daily. Happily, Clemson University and downtown are minutes away.
Things to do nearby
For a start, it’s a perfect location for students to explore the great outdoors and the Appalachian heritage. The Stumphouse Tunnel and Issaqueena Falls are good places to start.
Then, there are botanical gardens and other recreational areas, alongside farmers’ markets, jazz bars, and BBQ restaurants.
And there’s always Todaro’s for when you just want a cheap slice of pizza.