If you are an international student of the Northern Arizona University looking for cool off-campus housing options, the Grove at Flagstaff community is just the place. Only a mile and a half from campus, this superb student accommodation facility is located at 550 S Windsor Lane, Flagstaff, AZ 86001. Being right next to some really cool entertainment zones, this is true student lifestyle experience.
The Grove at Flagstaff student housing community features studio, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments which have spacious bedrooms with attached baths. Living spaces are carpeted and furnished and have walk-in closets. The kitchen has a dishwasher, disposal, microwave, oven, range, refrigerator, freezer and ice-maker. The apartments are hooked up to high speed internet via WiFi, have a washer-dryer connection and are cable ready. There is air conditioning and heating, select rooms are also wheelchair accessible. Recreational facilities like a modern fitness studio, pool, basketball and volleyball courts, a game room and walking/biking trails are loved by the residents. There is a tanning salon, a clubhouse and lounge and a business centre fully equipped with computers and free printing to help you conduct serious study sessions. The outdoor space features grills, lawns, and balconies. The Grove at Flagstaff student housing community welcomes pets and there is a dedicated play area for them. You can also book yourself a slot in the surface parking lot.
Basic utilities like water, cable, internet, sewer, trash removal are covered in the rent.
Security and Maintenance
There is controlled access to the building and on site maintenance.
The off-campus student accommodation community enjoys a very convenient location- a mile and a half away from the Northern Arizona University campus. You can take the local public transit to get around or walk to campus.
Things to do nearby
Lowell Observatory is a favourite among everybody for its views of the city and the periodic exhibits.
Riordan Mansion State Historic Park showcases natural history in the local context and a great place to learn a little about the region’s bygone days.