One of the hardest things about living in an apartment can be figuring out how to style your apartment. But it can also be one of the best things. Apartment decorating gives you an opportunity to bring all your HGTV inspirations to life. Here’s 5 ways to add a little bit of life to those white walls.
1. Illuminate your Space
In small spaces, good lighting can make all the difference. And you don’t have to adjust your ceiling lights either. Adding floor lamps and table lamps can make all the difference in your apartment. When a room is brighter it will also make your room look better.
2. Add Extra Pillows
You would be surprised with the difference a few extra throw pillows can make. Adding in a few extra throw pillows can bring your apartment to life. Pillows are a great way to get creative and add color and character to your pad.
Succulents can make your space feel clean and fresh. Spring is the perfect time of year to use succulents as an accent in your apartment because they need sunlight in order to stay alive. Succulents will make your pad feel more lively and they can add a small splash of color to your apartment. You can put succulents on the table or window as an arrangement or you can hang them from the ceiling in a glass hanging planter.
4. Make it Shine with Mirrors
Mirrors are another way to create an illusion of extra space in your apartment. If you place a large mirror on your wall in the opposite direction of your windows the sunlight coming in will reflect off the mirror making it appear bigger and brighter than your room actually is.
5. Add an Area Rug
A large area rug can make your small space feel just a little bit more clean and organized. This is also the perfect opportunity for you to pull in something a little bit bolder and a bit brighter without drawing too much attention to the item.
Are you getting sick of having the same thing for dinner every night? Looking for something new to try out for date night? Good news there’s a variety of new restaurants in town and we’re here to help you decide which Rexburg Restaurants to try out!
1. Fresco Kitchen and Grill
Fresco is a new restaurant in town known for their delicious Artisan Pizza’s! But that’s not the only thing they serve, they also serve a variety of burgers, pastas, salads and other tasty entrees. At Fresco, the focus is quality and you’re sure to get it! This restaurant with original taste is located in front of the SpringHill Suites at 1738-1766 S Yellowstone Hwy, Rexburg, ID 83440. Curious about their menu? Check it out!
2. Frisky’s Cafe
Looking for a healthier alternative and tired of sacrificing flavor for conservative calories? Then we’ve got some good news for you! You no longer have to battle to find a GOOD healthy meal in town. Frisky’s serves a variety of gourmet salads and açai bowls. Not only is this restaurant healthy, but they also have vegan options! Frisky’s is located inside of Gator Jacks. Check out their full menu!
Smashed has a little bit of something for everybody! Smashed is the newest restaurant in town and they serve everything from grilled cheese to wings. One of the best things about this restaurant is the opportunity to get creative and customizable. You have the opportunity to build your sandwich yourself and create it to your liking. If you’ve got a craving for wings and long for a variety of flavors, you’ll love this restaurant. Smashed offers 9 different sauces for their wings. This restaurant is perfect for those who have a tendency to get those late night munchies. They’re open until 11 pm on weekdays and 1 pm on the weekends! Smashed is located directly across from Taco Bell where R-town Cafe used to be! Curious about their customizable menu options? Check it out!
4. Steak and Kebab Hut
The Steak and Kebab Hut is a restaurant that specializes in foods from around the world. At this restaurant you can get a variety of Asian platters. They also have Gluten Free options! The Steak and Kebab Hut is located at 248 S 2nd W, Rexburg, ID 83440. Check out their menu to see all variety in the different plates they serve!
For more updates on new places in eat in town and things to do, check out Explore Rexburg!
Are you looking to get some cute family photos taken? Know somebody who needs engagements or wedding photos done? Here are the top 20 Rexburg Photographers to check out!
1. Brooks McFadden
Brooks is a photographer local to rexburg who specializes in Wedding and Portrait Photography. If you or somebody else is looking to get photos for your wedding he is the photographer for you! Check out his portfolio and prices at http://brooksdigital.co
2. Jefferson Astle
Jefferson specializes in portraits and weddings! If you’re in need of new portraits or if you’re wanting couples pictures consider Jefferson as your photographer! View his portfolio at http://www.jeffersonastle.com
3. Jenny Lyn
Jenny shoots everything, you name it! From newborns, to seniors to families to weddings, and loves it all! To see examples of her work visit her Facebook page, https://www.facebook.
4. Dallin Lochridge
Dallin is an amazing photographer wedding photographer. If you are looking for somebody to shoot your wedding or know somebody who is looking for somebody to capture their special day consider Dallin for the job!
5. Celine Rachelle
Celine is a wedding and lifestyle photographer perfect for capturing any special moment. Celine will beautifully capture your love story and fun personalities. View her portfolio at http://www.lookforthelightphotovideo.com/
6. Erin Arlene
Erin Arlene is a local rexburg photographer specializing in wedding and portrait photography. Erin can beautifully capture any love story whether that’s through engagements, wedding photos, or couple photos. Check out her portfolio https://www.facebook.com/erinarlenephoto/
7. Manny Quintero
Manny has a love for capturing people’s personalities. Manny specializes in wedding and portrait photography and can capture your love story and all the smiles in between! Check out his portfolio at http://www.mannyquintero.com/
8. Gerardo Sumano
Gerardo is a Rexburg photographer specializing in portraits and fashion photography. Gerardo has an amazing sense of creativity and modern style that he integrates into all of his photos! Check out his portfolio at http://www.gerardosumano.com/
9. Sasha Matsumura
Sasha is a photographer that leaves featuring every couple’s adventurous side! If you’re looking for an creativity and a little adventure consider Sasha as your photographer! View her portfolio at https://sashamatsumura.com/portfolio/
10. Josh Petersen
Josh is a Rexburg Photographer specializing in portrait photography. With Josh you can really let your personality shine through. View his portfolio at http://www.joshpetersen.com/
11. Anna Christine
Anna is a photographer that shoots beautiful newborn photos and portraits. Anna can beautifully capture anything from wedding photos, newborn photos, and engagements! View her portfolio at http://www.annachristinephoto.com/blog
12. Blythley Photographing
Blythley Photography specializes in Wedding, lifestyle, family and senior portrait photography! View her portfolio at http://blythelyphotographing.com
13. Janelle Andersen
Janelle is a photographer in the Rexburg area specializing in wedding and engagements! View her portfolio at www.http://janelleandersen.com
14. Koryn Rice
Koryn is a Rexburg Photographer who puts a creative spin on all of her portraits. View her portfolio at https://www.facebook.com/korynricephotography/
15. Morgan Weaver
Morgan is a videographer and a photographer who has a creative eye for capturing weddings and engagement photos. View her portfolio at http://www.morganweavercreative.com/
16. Chance Beattie
Chance loves capturing the little moments in life and loves helping you create memories that you can cherish forever. View her portfolio at http://www.lastchancephotodesign.com/
Raven is a Rexburg photographer with a love for shooting weddings, engagements and people and an amazing aesthetic! View her portfolio at http://www.ravenecarterphoto.com/
18. Jaycee Photography
Jaycee loves capturing life’s moments of love and intimacy. She’ll love capturing couple photos in adventurous spots! View her portfolio at http://www.photosbyjaycee.com/
19. Allison Quist Photography
Allison Quist is a photographer that specializes in wedding photos, engagements and portrait photography. View her portfolio at https://allisonquist.com/
20. Bethany Reed
Bethany Reed is a photographer who’s focus is primarily on weddings. She’ll perfectly capture your beautiful day and your love story. View her portfolio at http://bethanyreedphotography.com/welcome
It’s time to get outside and enjoy the fresh air! Warm weather is here to stay which means it’s time for some exploring and adventures. What’s a better way to go exploring then to go on a hike? Rexburg offers a great variety of hikes for you to choose from. Stay close to Rexburg or venture off a little further away. Here are some of our favorite fun hikes that are close to Rexburg. Make sure to check them out!
The classic R Mountain hike is something that you must do while living in Rexburg. Whether you are going to school or a local, this hike offers a beautiful view of the Rexburg valley. It’s the perfect hike to do on a warm afternoon. If you want to see a breathtaking view, try hiking R Mountain at sunrise. Arrive at the trailhead at dusk and give yourself at least 45 minutes to hike to the top. Bring your camera and blankets so you can watch the sunrise as the sun lights up the Snake River and the Tetons in the distance. This is a fun hike close to Rexburg!
Location: 1098 N 3600 E, Menan, ID 83434
Skill Level: Intermediate
Distance: 3.3 Miles
DARBY WIND CAVES
The Darby Wind Caves offer a great hike to a fun cave! You will want to go when it’s warmer so anytime between August through September. From Rexburg, the drive to the trailhead is about an hour and a half. Plan on spending around six hours total hiking and exploring the cave and waterfall. The hike starts out pretty flat, but get steeper as you climb the side of the canyon up to the cave. You will find that once inside the cave, there is a reason it’s called the “Wind Cave”. Coming through a small whole is a big gust of wind. Dress warm if you plan on going inside the cave. Have fun exploring the waterfall and cave on this hike just outside of Rexburg!
Skill Level: Intermediate
Distance: 5.2 Miles
CRESS CREEK HIKE
If you are looking for a relaxing hike with a beautiful view, then Cress Creek Hike is for you! The best time to visit is from June to October. The first part of this hike is paved and goes up a gentle incline. As you hike, enjoy the view of of the South Fork of the Snake River. Take pictures with the Snake River in the background. You can also enjoy playing by the river at the base of the hike. Cross the bridge and you’ll find yourself at the edge of the river. This is a fun hike for the family and people of all ages!
Location: 11894 S Snake River Rd, Rexburg, ID 83440
Skill Level: Easy
Distance: 1.3 Miles
GOLDBUG HOT SPRINGS
There is nothing better then hiking to natural hot springs! Goldbug Hot Springs is a popular hiking destination during all seasons. Enjoy hiking in the snow or in the hot summer weather. Go with a group of friends and once you hike to the top, sit back and relax in the hot springs. If you want to stay longer, plan on spending the night camping under the stars. Make sure to bring snacks and water to keep yourself hydrated. This is a memorable hike close to Rexburg that you will want to add to your bucket list this summer!
Location: Packsaddle Lake Rd, Tetonia, ID 83452
Skill Level: Intermediate
Distance: 4 Miles
If you’re looking for a fun hike then Packsaddle is definitely for you! It’s up to you to decide how long or short you want the hike to be. You can drive most of the distance to the top of the hike or you can also hike up from the bottom. Once you get to the top of the hill, start down the trail that is descending down the other side of the hill. The hike is very steep but is no more than a quarter to a half a mile long. If you continue down further you will reach the base of the lake and find a rope swing. Go in the summer and enjoy swimming in the lake and swinging on the rope swing! Don’t forget bug spray! Go after June for the snow to be gone. This is a fun hike you will want to do this summer!
Location: Packsaddle Lake Rd, Tetonia, ID 83452
Skill Level: Moderate / Easy
Distance: Depends (about 1 mile round trip starting at the top of the hill)
Easter is right around the corner! Celebrate Easter with some fun egg-celent inspired treats and games. It’s time to mix things up from the usual Easter egg hunts and egg dying. Instead, we’ve got some creative ideas for you to try this Easter with your family and friends. Check out our five fun Easter ideas below!
Emoji Easter Eggs
Looking to change things up when dying your eggs this Easter? Try painting your Easter eggs instead of dying them different colors. These cute Emoji Easter Eggs from Studio DIY are the perfect way to decorate your hard boiled eggs. Grab some yellow paint to paint the base of the eggs. You will also need black, red, blue, white, and pink paint to add faces to your eggs. Make your Easter eggs come to life by adding some fun emoji faces! This is one of our favorite Easter ideas this year!
No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Nests
Everyone loves chocolate no bake cookies! Joy Food Sunshine has this delicious No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie Nests recipe that you need to check out! All you need is peanut butter, honey, oil, cocoa powder, salt, vanilla, oats and shredded coconut. Add a little something extra to your no bake cookies by putting some yummy Cadbury eggs on the top of the cookies! It’s the perfect Easter treat!
Paint Filled Eggs
How about instead of decorating Easter eggs, you fill them with paint instead? All you need are some hard boiled eggs that you hallow out. Next, fill these eggs with bright colored paint. Then you will want to cover them with tissue paper to keep the paint from falling out. Use either a large canvas or poster board to create your work of art on. Set this up outside so that it doesn’t’ get too messy. Take turns throwing the paint filled eggs on the canvas to create your art. Once you have thrown all your eggs, set your masterpiece aside to let it dry! For step by step instructions head to Growing a Jeweled Rose.
Play Egg Roulette
If your in the mood for a fun easter game, then this game is for you! Take a carton of eggs and hard boil about eight of the twelve eggs. Keep the other four eggs raw. Lay down plastic table cloths or garbage bags if you plan on playing this game inside. Challenge an opponent and one at a time, reach for an egg. Each player must take a turn smashing that egg on their forehead. The game ends when the loser smashes two raw eggs on their forehead. Test your luck by playing this fun game of egg roulette this Easter!
Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt
It’s time to mix things up and try a glow in the dark Easter egg hunt! Instead of finding eggs while it’s light outside, make things a little harder by looking for Easter eggs in the dark. Place small glow sticks inside the eggs to help you spot them in the dark. This adds a fun twist to your usual Easter egg hunt. Try out this creative idea from Eats Amazing for one of your Easter ideas this year!
Now that the sun is out and the snow has finally melted, spring is officially here to stay! The weather forecast shows warmer weather which means it’s time to spend your days outside. Don’t know what to do to enjoy this nice spring weather? No worries, we’ve got ideas just for you! Here are some of our top ideas for you to cross off your bucket list this spring!
Go for a Bike Ride
Enjoy the warm sunshine by going on a bike ride! Grab your family or friends and head outside to enjoy the nice weather on a relaxing bike ride. Ride to the park and meet up with friends to play some games. Cruise around town as you go exploring. Find a tandem bike and make it a date! Whatever you decide to do, have fun as you enjoy a fun bike ride this spring!
Have a Picnic
Head to the park for a yummy picnic. Pack a bag of sandwiches with some snacks to share. Lay down a blanket and enjoy the nice warm sunshine. You can also fire up the outdoor grill and start grilling some hotdogs and hamburgers. Make sure to invite your family and friends over for a fun outdoor picnic this spring!
Go on a Hike
There’s nothing better than getting some fresh air! Grab some friends and head out on a warm afternoon to go on a hike. Explore beautiful views of nature as you go on this fun adventure. You can try different hikes around Rexburg such as hiking R Mountain or Cress Creek. Hike to the top of R Mountain and enjoy the view of the city below. You can also hike Cress Creek which gives you a breathtaking view of the river. Enjoy the view from the top or go explore alongside the river by crossing the bridge. Make sure to add hiking to your bucket list!
You’re going to want s’more of this! Enjoy the warm evenings by roasting some delicious s’mores. Make sure you have graham crackers, chocolate and some marshmallows! You might need to bring some fire wood as well. Once the fire is going, start roasting the marshmallows and making your gooey s’mores. Enjoy the evening under the stars with your friends. You’ll want to be sure that roasting s’mores is on your bucket list this spring!
Watch the Sunrise
You can’t beat a more beautiful site than watching the sunrise in the morning. Wake up early, dress warm and head somewhere to watch the sunrise over the mountains. Pack a small breakfast to eat as you enjoy watching the breathtaking sunrise. If you’re up for an adventure, then hike somewhere like the top of R Mountain to watch the sun come up. This is the perfect activity to add to your spring time bucket list!
Go to a Drive-In Movie
Now that it’s spring, the Drive-In is officially open! Open Friday and Saturday evenings, Teton-Vu Drive-In here in Rexburg is calling your name. Grab a carload of your friends and head to see an outdoor movie at the Drive-In. Don’t forget to fill your car with pillows, couches and blankets. Enjoy watching a movie under the stars this spring! Don’t forget to cross it off your bucket list after you go!
Make Homemade Ice Cream
Who doesn’t love ice cream. What’s even better is some delicious homemade ice cream. All you need are some Ziploc bags, rock salt, half and half, sugar, vanilla and ice! Follow the simple recipe to get your Ziploc bags all ready to go. Then start shaking! Once the ice cream has hardened, grab a spoon and start eating! We promise this is definitely something that needs to be added to your spring bucket list!
Fly a Kite
The sun is out which means it’s time to head to the park to fly a kite. You’ll want a day that is a little windy or breezy to help fly your kite. Get a date or invite some friends. Take turns flying the kite up high in the sky. This is a fun spring bucket list activity that you’ll want to cross off of your list!
Got a group of people but don’t know what to do? Tell everyone to come dressed in workout clothes with their tennis shoes. Head to the park or to the upper fields to play a fun game of kickball! Make bets and the losing team has to buy ice cream cones for the winners. This is a free activity to add to your bucket list this spring!
There is nothing better then some delicious grilled kabobs this spring. Grab some pineapple, green peppers, chicken, and a red onion to make some yummy Hawaiian Chicken Kabobs! Lather with different spices as you grill your kabobs. Once they are done cooking, enjoy eating your finger-licking-good kabobs! We promise you’ll want to add this to your spring bucket list more than once!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Celebrate today by wearing green and making some delicious green goodies. Whether you need some treats for a class party or because you’ve got the munchies; we’ve got some recipes that you will love. Add a pot of gold, rainbows and some Lucky Charms to your goodies to get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit! Listed below are five fun baked goods you should definitely make for St. Patrick’s Day!
Pot of Gold Cupcakes
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by making these delicious pot of gold cupcakes. Follow the instructions to make the moist chocolate cupcakes. Once your cupcakes have cooled, that’s where the fun comes in. Add a pot of gold with a rainbow to your cupcakes. The recipe gives you step by step instructions on how to put the whole cupcake together. Make sure to definitely try this baked good out for St. Patrick’s Day!
St. Patrick’s Day S’more Snack Mix
Got the munchies but don’t know what to make? How about some St. Patrick’s Day S’mores Snack Mix? It’s super easy to make and will leave you wanting more. All you need is some popped popcorn, Golden Grahams cereal, butter, mini marshmallows, vanilla, green M&M’s, and some chocolate chips. Follow the instructions to make this delicious snack! It’s the perfect goodie for any class party. Who wouldn’t want s’more of this snack?
St. Patrick’s Day Rice Krispie Treats with Lucky Charms Marshmallows
It’s time to spruce up those plain Rice Krispie Treats and add a little something extra. How about some Lucky Charm Marshmallows for St. Patrick’s Day? All you need is butter, marshmallows, Rice Krispie cereal, vanilla extract, green food coloring, and some Lucky Charm’s marshmallows. Follow the recipe and you’ll have your delicious baked good in no time!
St. Patrick’s Day Mint Brookies
So you can’t decide whether to make brownies or cookies. That’s where the St. Patrick’s Day Mint Brookie comes in. Make this delicious brownie and cookie mixture in no time. Make sure you have brownie mix, mint oreos, mini-chocolate chips and some mint green M&M’s. Follow the instructions on how to put it all together. We promise this will be a goodie you’ll want to make this St. Patrick’s Day!
St. Patrick’s Day Homemade Shamrock Shake
Craving that delicious shamrock shake this St. Patrick’s Day? Worry no more because we’ve got just what you need. This shake takes only 5 minutes to prep and 5 minutes to make. All you need is a few simple ingredients that you can find on the link above. You can also add some Air Heads Rainbow Candy to give it that rainbow effect. Overall, this shake is super easy and fun to make!
Valentine’s Day is a special day for many reasons. It’s a day to celebrate with loved ones and to show those around you how much you care for them. Common holiday occurrences are passing out Valentine’s cards to friends, secret admirers and family members. Here at The Village, we decided to join in on this special holiday by making valentine’s for veterans. However, we couldn’t do this task alone so went to some of the local elementary schools to see if they could help.
Making a Tradition
Here at The Village, we wanted to let our residents and people in the community know how important family traditions and family values are to us. After contacting some local elementary schools, we were able to get classes from both Adams Elementary School and Kennedy Elementary School to help out. Last year was our first time doing Valentine’s for Veterans and we were excited to continue on the tradition by doing it again this year. We plan on making this a tradition at The Village and doing it each year.
On February 9th, 2017, we showed up to Ms. Judd’s third grade class to get some help making valentine’s for veterans. We pulled out tons of colored paper, markers, scissors, crayons, coloring pages, and glue. We were amazed how quickly the kids got to work making valentine’s. Within a matter of minutes, we had over 40 colorful valentine cards from this third grade class! Each valentine was personalized to thank the veterans for all that they do.
Our next stop was help from the fourth graders at Kennedy Elementary School on February 10th, 2017. After talking to the entire fourth grade, we divided them up into different classrooms and away they went making valentine’s. Within just an hour, we had over 100 valentine’s for the veterans! This fourth grade class was so creative and they had even personalized their valentine’s. They made their valentine’s so that they would pop out, were 3D or had various origami designs on them. All of these valentine’s were so fun and made the perfect gift for the veterans.
Thank You Veterans
We were so amazed and grateful for the help from these third and fourth grade classes. We were able to hand deliver the 40 different valentine’s from the third grade class to the Outpatient Hospital in Pocatello. After gathering the 100 valentine’s we had from the fourth graders, we mailed these to the VA Hospital in Salt Lake City. Overall, we are so thankful for all of these valentine’s and the help we received from the third and fourth grade classes. We are especially grateful for all of the hard work these veterans have put in to protect our country. From everyone here at The Village, we just wanted to say thank you for all you do!
When it comes to deciding where to live, it can be a difficult choice. Living in Rexburg, there are many different housing options you have to choose from. Whether your’e a student looking for a place to live close to campus or a recently married couple looking for your first apartment, here are some ideas to help get you started.
Rexburg offers a variety of housing options, but the main thing you need to understand is the difference between student and community housing. Here are some of the main differences to keep in mind when looking to sign a housing contract.
Student Housing: What to Expect
If you are wanting to live in BYUI approved student housing, first things first, you must be a student attending BYUI. There are many different housing options for you, depending on what you’re looking for. Whether you want a private room, parking garage, laundry, two fridges or only 4 roommates; there is an apartment just for you in Rexburg! Keep in mind that the student housing cost includes both utilities and internet in the total cost. Some student housing apartments have complexes for both guys and girls and others have just guy apartments or girl apartments. So look around, take a tour and see what apartment would best suit you!
Student Housing: Close to Campus
One of the main benefits of living in student housing is how close the apartments are to campus! Some apartments are within a 5-minute walking distance to all your classes. If you choose to live in student housing further from campus, you can always ride a bike or drive your car to class as well. Some apartment complexes even have shuttles that drop and pick students up from campus. No matter what you’re looking for when it comes to student housing, there are many different options close to campus for you to choose from.
Student Housing: Furnished
Looking for a fully furnished apartment to live in? Then student housing is for you! When it comes to student housing, apartment complexes furnish the apartments with couches, beds, fridges and desks. Forget moving into an empty apartment and sleeping on the floor. BYUI approved housing offers its students a great college living experience. Some apartment complexes have more amenities than others. When looking into buying a housing contract, see what amenities each apartment complex has to offer. Some apartments come with two fridges, dishwashers, televisions and air conditioning. It’s time to decide what you’re looking for in an apartment!
Community Housing: What to Expect
The main thing to remember is that community housing and student housing are very different. Community housing is different in the fact that usually graduates, married couples, people in the community or families live there. Depending on where you decide to live, remember that community housing is usually further away from campus. Apartments may not come fully furnished and the payment plan is completely different from student housing. Many times you will need to look ahead for open apartments because community housing is contracted by signing leases.
As you do your research, you will find that each apartment complex provides different amenities and features. Here at The Village, we have great perks for our residents such as 9 different floor plans, a fitness center, game room, lounge, and an outdoor dog park. Find the perfect community housing for you today!
Community Housing: Payment
One of the main differences between student housing and community housing is the payment plan. When it comes to student housing, you sign up and pay for the semester and can choose whether to pay it all up front or monthly. Community housing is different in the fact that you pay rent monthly. You also will sign a set lease that is usually for 6 or 12 months, depending on the apartment complex. Each apartment complex is different and sometimes your utilities are not included in your monthly cost, but instead are an additional cost each month. No matter what you’re looking for, there are many different community housing options for you in Rexburg!
Community Housing: Not Fully Furnished
When looking for places to live, keep in mind that most community housing apartment complexes do not provide fully furnished apartments. Some apartments come with appliances and free wifi, while others will not. It all depends on where you decide to live in the community. Make sure to look ahead and ask apartment complexes what amenities they come with and what additional things you would need to bring with you. Here at The Village, our apartments come furnished with kitchen appliances such as a fridge, microwave, oven and dishwasher. We also provide our residents with a washer and dryer. The only thing you need to bring is your bed and furniture. Head to our website to find out more about all the amenities we have to offer!
Today we want to feature the Mayfair Apartment floor plan. Along with this floor plan, The Village has 9 total different floor plan options for you to choose from. That means you can get the one that fits your needs. Learn more today about the Mayfair Apartment and see why you will love it.
The Mayfair apartment is a spacious one bedroom one bath apartment; great for just starting out. The Mayfair has a large kitchen and family room making it a great space for entertaining your guests. Not to mention the multiple closets with lots of space for storage. Want to be able to step outside without leaving your apartment? The Mayfair Apartment has a porch/deck where you can get some fresh air. With lots of windows you will also be able to enjoy some sunlight and a light breeze when you open them up.
It is all about the location and living at The Village provides you with a great location. We are located close to the freeway, the college campus and local stores and shopping. You won’t need to worry about using used furniture either. At The Village we let you design your apartment just the way that you would like to. We provide the appliances, you provide the furniture.
We all know it is the extras that make all the difference. Well, we aren’t done telling you about everything yet. At The Village we have a children’s park and a dog park. That is right, we are a pet friendly community. We love your little furry friends as much as you do here at The Village.
We really care about you here at The Village with a fitness center and a clubhouse. Each apartment can have Internet access and cable service. With Whirlpool appliances and built in microwaves, you will find what you are looking for.
Consider the Mayfair Apartment today. Come learn more or take a tour, meet our awesome staff and see what life is like at The Village today!