North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Off Campus Apartments
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Has the time come for you to get out of the dorm and move into an off campus NCSSM apartment? Perhaps the options available from the North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics housing office no longer meet your needs and you would like to find a cheap apartment close to the NCSSM campus. If so, you can search for off campus North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics apartments with MyNewPlace's college housing search.
Although North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics student housing may be very conveniently close to campus, moving to an off campus apartment can be a great way to save money, put some distance in between yourself and an RA, get accustomed to living in your own apartment and building up rental history.
NCSSM apartments for rent are available close to campus and in other neighborhoods around Durham, North Carolina. Using our map based university apartment finder, you can find off campus housing near campus to ensure you can still get to all the NCSSM Unicorns games and make it to class on time.
We can help you find off campus NCSSM apartments that will best suit your collegiate lifestyle; search North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics apartments by the number of bedrooms, price, neighborhood or a range of other amenities.
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Apartments in Durham - View 66 properties
Durham, North Carolina, 27705
1 Bedroom$875 - $985
2 Bedrooms$1,095 - $1,195
Durham, North Carolina, 27705
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whats the average rent in north carolina?
The average in Durham is a little more expensive than the north Ca average. For example, the average studios in Durham is $520 and the state is $470. But if compare to nearby city (like Raleigh, Chapel Hill, Morrisville or Carrboro), Durham is the cheapest choice.
Why should I move to Durham?
Durham is just a great place to work, live or go to school. It's got tons of cultural things, excellent sports teams (remember Bull Durham?) and is a good size town. A quarter of a million people means you can find whatever you need or want but it isn't going to seem crowded. Besides, it's so close to major state parks and lakes.
What neighborhoods in Durham are good for eating out?
There are loads of good restaurants in Durham, but the 700 block of 9th St. is getting to be known as restaurant row. Q's Shack is the best barbeque in town and George's Garage has everything from sushi to grilled lamb chops. There are many others within that block in all price ranges so it's the best area if you can't decide what you want.
What areas of Durham are safe for walking around at night?
Most areas of Durham are safe for walking around at night- most notably the western side of town closest to Chapel Hill, the southern side of town, and the areas around Duke University campus, including the apartments off of University Drive. Southpoint Mall is another safe and affordable Durham neighborhood with local cops and campus cops often patrolling the area. The only part of Durham that should possibly be avoided late at night is the few blocks right around the downtown vicinity.
What's the weather like in Durham?
Durham enjoys a moderate climate with four distinct seasons. Summers in Durham are generally hot; temperatures in July and August often hover around 88 degrees, and these also tend to be the wettest months. Winters are cool with occasional light snowfalls, but temperatures usually stay above freezing. January is the coldest month of the year with daytime temperatures of around 50 degrees. Average precipitation in Durham is around 41 inches annually.
Are there local sporting events in Durham?
Yes. The most popular sporting events in Durham are at the collegiate level. Duke University competes in a total of 26 sports in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and their basketball team has won the NCAA Division I championship four times. Having transitioned to Division I in 2005, the North Carolina Central University's athletic program also enjoys a large fan base in the area. Durham's sole professional sports team, the Durham Bulls International League baseball team, plays at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park.