Perfect for local and international students, the Republic at Raleigh is a distinctive cottage community for those in North Carolina State University. It is located at 10 Oakdale Drive, Raleigh, NC 27606- just minutes from campus. Here, roomy 3- and 4-bedroom cottages and townhomes offer charming student housing, with facilities such as a pool, fitness center, luxury clubhouse and social events, with direct shuttle bus service to the NC State campus.
At the Republic at Raleigh student housing you can choose from delightful 3 and 4 bedroom cottages offering all the charms of a home away from home. That means 9-foot ceilings, open floor plans, hardwood floors, and lots of storage space. You won’t have to leave anything behind. There’s also a study desk and chair, comfortable bed and wardrobe, private bathrooms, a dining table with chairs, and a shared kitchen. With speedy Wi-Fi from corner to corner. The neighborhood itself is lined with sidewalks, porches and lawns, so you can beat homesickness with a stroll. That’s not all. There’s also a 10,000-square foot luxury clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, game rooms, and swimming pool. The only thing missing was a dog park – and they went ahead and got one of those too!
The flat rate includes high-speed Internet, water/sewer, trash removal, washer and dryer in each cottage and community features such as the pool, fitness center, and sports courts.
Security and maintenance
There’s a security system for each cottage that can be individually monitored. And electronic locks with locking bedrooms. Community courtesy patrols are provided, and staff are also 24×7 and can be reached at all times by a 24-hour phone number.
Public transport accessibility
The Republic at Raleigh is just three miles from North Carolina State University. Minutes from class, it’s served by a shuttle bus to the NC State campus, weekdays when school is in session during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Things to do nearby
The student housing complex is close to downtown Raleigh, where you’ll find the Duke Energy Center staging classical concerts, opera, and ballet.
Cocktail bars and global eateries also line Fayetteville Street, among gourmet shops at City Market.
Want more? There’s also an array of science and history museums, art galleries and even a chocolate factory. Sounds delicious.