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57 Apartments for rent in Butner, NC

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3998 Deer Trail
3998 Deer Trail
Granville County, NC
3 Bedrooms
$925
750 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:35 AM
This 3 bedroom/2 bath modular home is in Granville county, sits on 2.4 acres, surrounded by trees. Newly renovated! Nice deck on the back to enjoy nature. laminate and vinyl flooring throughout. Eat in kitchen. Stove & refrigerator included.
1 Unit Available
4014 Lady Slipper Lane
4014 Lady Slipper Lane
Durham, NC | Northeast Durham
3 Bedrooms
$1,645
1879 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:35 AM
This charming home has everything you need and want, from the functional floor plan to the small details making it a great place to call home.
1 Unit Available
2662 Bowden Drive
2662 Bowden Drive
Creedmoor, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,540
1866 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Available 10/15. Gorgeous open 1st floor plan! Crown molding thru the 1st floor. Corner gas log FP with marble surround in Living Room. Formal Dining Room has decorative column. Open Kitchen has serving bar & appliances. Deck & large FENCED backyard.
1 Unit Available
1019 Woodhall Lane
1019 Woodhall Lane
Durham, NC | Treyburn
3 Bedrooms
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4 Bedrooms
$2,195
13068 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:27 AM
Exceptional Estate located in highly sought after Treyburn Subd. First Floor master suite w/dbl sided FP in bedroom & bath! 1st floor office/study.
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28 Units Available
Discovery on Broad
2335 Broad St
Durham, NC | Duke Homestead
1 Bedroom
$1,002
786 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,190
1070 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1335 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:44 AM
Pet-friendly one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments in the heart of Durham, near Duke University and shops and dining. Community features swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse and picnic area.
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22 Units Available
Liberty Warehouse
530 Foster St
Durham, NC | Downtown Durham
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,238
759 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,756
1134 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:44 AM
Trendy apartments near Durham craft breweries and locally owned shops. Modern amenities include smart thermostats, modern kitchens, and choice of concrete or hardwood floors. Community has a resort-style pool and multimedia center.
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27 Units Available
Artisan at Brightleaf
2015 Copper Leaf Pkwy
Durham, NC
1 Bedroom
$981
779 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,288
1131 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 07:44 AM
Recently renovated 1-2 bedroom apartments with walk-in closets, in-unit laundry, and patio/balcony. Enjoy pool, gym, bbq/grill, business center. Pet friendly. Minutes from Duke University, Research Triangle Park, RDU International. Local shopping, dining, entertainment.
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11 Units Available
Independence Park
215 William Penn Plz
Durham, NC
1 Bedroom
$1,010
756 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,200
1072 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,350
1236 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 01:27 AM
WELCOME TO INDEPENDENCE PARK APARTMENTS Independence Park Apartments in Durham is a lifestyle where every need is met and that’s what you’ll experience as a resident of our apartment community.
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2 Units Available
Magnolia Pointe
4801 Danube Ln
Durham, NC | Northeast Durham
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,310
1250 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 01:26 AM
Set amidst vibrant greenery, Magnolia Pointe is the perfect escape from a busy lifestyle – yet close enough to enjoy all that Durham has to offer when the feeling strikes.
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130 Units Available
Foster on the Park
545 Foster Street
Durham, NC | Downtown Durham
Studio
$1,199
585 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,299
652 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$2,075
1180 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 01:26 AM
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Foxfire
1400 Wyldewood Rd
Durham, NC
1 Bedroom
$923
680 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$969
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 30 at 01:26 AM
One- to three-bedroom apartment homes nestled in a residential area of Durham. Amenities include tennis courts, a pool and a volleyball court. Just north of Interstate 85 near Highway 501.
1 Unit Available
4018 Sudbury Road
4018 Sudbury Road
Durham, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,325
987 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:35 AM
This charming home has everything you need and want, from the functional floor plan to the small details making it a great place to call home.
1 Unit Available
2809 Davie Drive
2809 Davie Drive
Durham County, NC | Northeast Durham
3 Bedrooms
$1,370
988 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:35 AM
This lovely home has everything you need and want, from the functional floor plan to the small details making it a great place to call home.
1 Unit Available
218 Walton Street
218 Walton Street
Durham, NC
4 Bedrooms
$1,200
1220 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:35 AM
4 Bedroom 1.5 bath ranch with fenced yard. Rental Terms: Rent: $1,200, Application Fee: $50, Available Now This property allows self guided viewing without an appointment. Contact for details.
1 Unit Available
807 E Main Street
807 East Main Street
Durham, NC | Eastway - Albright
1 Bedroom
$1,250
940 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
1 bed, 1 bath, loft apartment in Golden Belt Campus. Open floorplan, all appliances included!! Concrete, industrial floors, walls of windows for tons of light! Available now, pets negotiable.
1 Unit Available
3029 Ross Road
3029 Ross Road
Durham, NC
2 Bedrooms
$1,295
1440 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Ready to move in! Ranch style Home in a quiet neighborhood, over half of an acre property with backyard fenced. Easy access to major highways, RDU Intl. Airport under 25 minutes. Large bedrooms, huge living/dining room. Washer and Dryer not included.
1 Unit Available
1434 Kirkwood Drive
1434 Kirkwood Drive
Durham, NC
3 Bedrooms
$2,000
1850 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
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1 Unit Available
884 Saratoga Drive
884 Saratoga Dr
Durham, NC | Northeast Durham
3 Bedrooms
$1,295
1250 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Amazing value in Independence Park! 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Great open main floor. Dark espresso cabinets, granite countertops, and SS appliances in kitchen. Beautiful, private home site. ***Pictures are of model home; features may vary.***
1 Unit Available
5 Collinswood Court
5 Collinswood Court
Durham, NC | Greysons Green
3 Bedrooms
$1,425
1223 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Fully renovated beautiful 3-bedroom ranch home on quiet cul-de-sac lot located in the heart of a large subdivision. New HVAC and newer water heater. Fresh paint inside and outside, new Laminate flooring and new lights. Bright with open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
601 N Hyde Park Avenue
601 North Hyde Park Avenue
Durham, NC | Eastway - Albright
4 Bedrooms
$1,800
2112 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
This 4 bedroom and 2 baths home w/stone wood-burning fireplace is spacious and has a wonderful flow that will allow for entertaining family and friends.
1 Unit Available
164 Token House Road
164 Token House Road
Durham, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,649
1568 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Dynamic Three-Bedroom Townhouse Near RTP!! Be amazed from your first step in this home. It boasts gleaming hardwood floors, an open-floor plan, and a kitchen fit for a chef with granite countertops and stainlesss steele appliances.
1 Unit Available
2900 Broad Street
2900 Broad Street
Durham, NC | Stadium Heights
2 Bedrooms
$1,075
800 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
All HCo leases require a $25 monthly fee that clovers $100k insurance, air filters, credit reporting and more. See H-Co. agents for more information on Residents Benefits Package.
1 Unit Available
1838 Liberty Street
1838 Liberty Street
Durham, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
825 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
3 Bedroom Cottage in East Durham. Nicely updated. New: Pella windows, Fixtures, Flooring, Kitchen, HVAC & Roof. Great floorplan. Entry/ Living Room opens into kitchen with snazzy appliances & cabinets. Subtle paint colors throughout the home.
1 Unit Available
922 Saratoga Drive
922 Saratoga Dr
Durham, NC
3 Bedrooms
$1,495
1719 sqft
Last updated September 30 at 08:32 AM
Large & spacious (1720 sq ft) three bedroom and two and a half bath home. It has a fantastic open floor concept with a HUGE kitchen island and beautiful backsplash. The master suite is a great size with a large walk-in closet and lovely bathroom.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Butner. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Meredith College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Duke University.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Butner. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Meredith College, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University at Raleigh, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and Duke University.

City Guide

Butner
During WWII, the city of Butner, North Carolina, was known as The Camp Butner Reservation. The mission of the camp was to train combat troops. At the time, the reservation contained barracks, support services, rifle ranges, artillery ranges and a prisoner of war compound.
During WWII, the city of Butner, North Carolina, was known as The Camp Butner Reservation. The mission of the camp was to train combat troops. At the time, the reservation contained barracks, support services, rifle ranges, artillery ranges and a prisoner of war compound.

Officially incorporated as a town in November of 2007, Butner was managed by the state starting in 1947 after the military ceased using it as a training camp. Today, Butner is a rural suburban town located within commuting distance of Raleigh and Durham. An agricultural community turned military camp turned state hospital facility turned suburban hamlet, Butner offers a peaceful place to call home within easy access to all the benefits that a large urban center like Raleigh-Durham has to offer. Since the town is still new, it's in transition from its former self into a true suburban community. New amenities like restaurants, shops, playground equipment at local parks and a pedestrian plan for the town are still being implemented. If you don't mind getting in on a new town while it's still young and in development, Butner may be just the right place for you to find an apartment.

Moving to Butner

With a population of just over 7,500 residents spread across an area of nearly seven square miles, Butner is a rural community on the cusp of being a suburban hub for the outskirts of Raleigh-Durham. There is no public transit system so you will need to find another means to make it into the city centers. Here, renters will find a mix of mostly single-family homes and mobile homes for rent. The town also includes several hospital facilities that focus on mental health issues on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

Heading into the Urban Hubs

Considered a part of the Raleigh-Durham area, Butner is within easy access of these major cities. Getting into Durham will only take you about 20 minutes whereas heading into Raleigh is double that at about 40 minutes. Like any other major U.S. city, the two nearby locales offer everything from great dining to shopping to entertainment, along with hustling and bustling crowds and all that come with the life inside a metropolis. If you are really creative at entertaining yourself, you could just hang out in your apartment with a good book or maybe feed your video game addiction. Or, take up a new hobby like basket weaving. You never know when a good basket can come in handy!

Finding a Rental in Butner

When searching for a rental in Butner, you will want to give yourself some time to scope out the various offerings. Some neighborhoods have more rental opportunities than others, so plan on allowing a couple weeks to find just the right place. Speaking of finding just the right place, don't forget to make a list of your must-haves. Do you need a pet-friendly, two-bedroom apartment or will a studio apartment that allows fish do? Just don't forget to feed the fish.

Moving to Butner
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With a population of just over 7,500 residents spread across an area of nearly seven square miles, Butner is a rural community on the cusp of being a suburban hub for the outskirts of Raleigh-Durham. There is no public transit system so you will need to find another means to make it into the city centers. Here, renters will find a mix of mostly single-family homes and mobile homes for rent. The town also includes several hospital facilities that focus on mental health issues on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

Heading into the Urban Hubs

Considered a part of the Raleigh-Durham area, Butner is within easy access of these major cities. Getting into Durham will only take you about 20 minutes whereas heading into Raleigh is double that at about 40 minutes. Like any other major U.S. city, the two nearby locales offer everything from great dining to shopping to entertainment, along with hustling and bustling crowds and all that come with the life inside a metropolis. If you are really creative at entertaining yourself, you could just hang out in your apartment with a good book or maybe feed your video game addiction. Or, take up a new hobby like basket weaving. You never know when a good basket can come in handy!

Finding a Rental in Butner

When searching for a rental in Butner, you will want to give yourself some time to scope out the various offerings. Some neighborhoods have more rental opportunities than others, so plan on allowing a couple weeks to find just the right place. Speaking of finding just the right place, don't forget to make a list of your must-haves. Do you need a pet-friendly, two-bedroom apartment or will a studio apartment that allows fish do? Just don't forget to feed the fish.

Neighborhoods in Butner

Since Butner is still a developing town, finding an apartment in a high-rise or a luxury apartment can be a bit of a challenge. Most rental properties in Butner are single family and mobile homes. The immediate area is mostly rural and suburban with few local amenities like shops or restaurants. So, you will need to expect to head into nearby Raleigh or Durham for those big shopping trips to stock up on your favorite indulgences like chips and chocolate.

E. C. Street / Central Avenue: This area is west of I-85 and offers the majority of the amenities included in town. Here, you will find a handful of restaurants and the post office. This neighborhood includes studio apartments, two bedroom apartments and mobile homes for rent. This area provides great access to local amenities and other daily needs.

Town Center: The town center is considered a mostly suburban neighborhood. In this part of Butner, renters will find one or two bedroom apartments, mobile homes and a studio or two for rent.

Old 75 Highway / Dillon Drive: Finding a rental in this neighborhood is very difficult as the vacancy rate is near 0%. This suburban neighborhood contains mostly older homes and no apartment complexes.

Neighborhoods in Butner
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Since Butner is still a developing town, finding an apartment in a high-rise or a luxury apartment can be a bit of a challenge. Most rental properties in Butner are single family and mobile homes. The immediate area is mostly rural and suburban with few local amenities like shops or restaurants. So, you will need to expect to head into nearby Raleigh or Durham for those big shopping trips to stock up on your favorite indulgences like chips and chocolate.

E. C. Street / Central Avenue: This area is west of I-85 and offers the majority of the amenities included in town. Here, you will find a handful of restaurants and the post office. This neighborhood includes studio apartments, two bedroom apartments and mobile homes for rent. This area provides great access to local amenities and other daily needs.

Town Center: The town center is considered a mostly suburban neighborhood. In this part of Butner, renters will find one or two bedroom apartments, mobile homes and a studio or two for rent.

Old 75 Highway / Dillon Drive: Finding a rental in this neighborhood is very difficult as the vacancy rate is near 0%. This suburban neighborhood contains mostly older homes and no apartment complexes.

Living in Butner

In Butner, there are lots of lands designated for public use and public parks. It's a great chance to discover nature and be at one with the outdoors. Additionally, there are acres of untouched forestland owned by the town that is used seasonally for bow hunting. Perhaps you won't need to head out of town for grocery shopping when you can just hunt your own food right here.

Butner Parks

From gymnasiums to game hunting lands, parks in Butner offer a variety of recreational opportunities. The Soldiers Memorial Sports Arena is a refurbished gymnasium that includes basketball courts, a concessions stand, bathrooms and meeting rooms. For the outdoor sports enthusiast, head to Lake Holt to enjoy boating and fishing. Central Avenue Park offers a gazebo, park benches, a playground and an open grass area. The park is available for birthday parties, weddings, yard sales and non-profit fundraisers.

Prior to baking the perfect birthday cake and stringing up balloons, you will need to check with town hall for current availability and any fees. "D" Street Ball Field offers restrooms and a concessions stand in addition to the field. Thinking about starting a ball league? This might be your opportunity. Into hunting? Head to the Town of Butner Game Lands, a 750-acre tract of land offering an entirely wooded spot for bow hunting. This would be the perfect place to flex your archery skills and find yourself something fresh for dinner. Talk about farm to table. You won't have to question where your food came from if you do it yourself!

Last, but not least on the long list of Butner parks is an athletic park offering four regulation-sized ball fields, a concession and meeting facility, a playground, a football field and plenty of walking trails. So, don't forget to pack your sneakers when looking for a rent here.

Living in Butner
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In Butner, there are lots of lands designated for public use and public parks. It's a great chance to discover nature and be at one with the outdoors. Additionally, there are acres of untouched forestland owned by the town that is used seasonally for bow hunting. Perhaps you won't need to head out of town for grocery shopping when you can just hunt your own food right here.

Butner Parks

From gymnasiums to game hunting lands, parks in Butner offer a variety of recreational opportunities. The Soldiers Memorial Sports Arena is a refurbished gymnasium that includes basketball courts, a concessions stand, bathrooms and meeting rooms. For the outdoor sports enthusiast, head to Lake Holt to enjoy boating and fishing. Central Avenue Park offers a gazebo, park benches, a playground and an open grass area. The park is available for birthday parties, weddings, yard sales and non-profit fundraisers.

Prior to baking the perfect birthday cake and stringing up balloons, you will need to check with town hall for current availability and any fees. "D" Street Ball Field offers restrooms and a concessions stand in addition to the field. Thinking about starting a ball league? This might be your opportunity. Into hunting? Head to the Town of Butner Game Lands, a 750-acre tract of land offering an entirely wooded spot for bow hunting. This would be the perfect place to flex your archery skills and find yourself something fresh for dinner. Talk about farm to table. You won't have to question where your food came from if you do it yourself!

Last, but not least on the long list of Butner parks is an athletic park offering four regulation-sized ball fields, a concession and meeting facility, a playground, a football field and plenty of walking trails. So, don't forget to pack your sneakers when looking for a rent here.

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City Guide

Butner
During WWII, the city of Butner, North Carolina, was known as The Camp Butner Reservation. The mission of the camp was to train combat troops. At the time, the reservation contained barracks, support services, rifle ranges, artillery ranges and a prisoner of war compound.
During WWII, the city of Butner, North Carolina, was known as The Camp Butner Reservation. The mission of the camp was to train combat troops. At the time, the reservation contained barracks, support services, rifle ranges, artillery ranges and a prisoner of war compound.

Officially incorporated as a town in November of 2007, Butner was managed by the state starting in 1947 after the military ceased using it as a training camp. Today, Butner is a rural suburban town located within commuting distance of Raleigh and Durham. An agricultural community turned military camp turned state hospital facility turned suburban hamlet, Butner offers a peaceful place to call home within easy access to all the benefits that a large urban center like Raleigh-Durham has to offer. Since the town is still new, it's in transition from its former self into a true suburban community. New amenities like restaurants, shops, playground equipment at local parks and a pedestrian plan for the town are still being implemented. If you don't mind getting in on a new town while it's still young and in development, Butner may be just the right place for you to find an apartment.

Moving to Butner

With a population of just over 7,500 residents spread across an area of nearly seven square miles, Butner is a rural community on the cusp of being a suburban hub for the outskirts of Raleigh-Durham. There is no public transit system so you will need to find another means to make it into the city centers. Here, renters will find a mix of mostly single-family homes and mobile homes for rent. The town also includes several hospital facilities that focus on mental health issues on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

Heading into the Urban Hubs

Considered a part of the Raleigh-Durham area, Butner is within easy access of these major cities. Getting into Durham will only take you about 20 minutes whereas heading into Raleigh is double that at about 40 minutes. Like any other major U.S. city, the two nearby locales offer everything from great dining to shopping to entertainment, along with hustling and bustling crowds and all that come with the life inside a metropolis. If you are really creative at entertaining yourself, you could just hang out in your apartment with a good book or maybe feed your video game addiction. Or, take up a new hobby like basket weaving. You never know when a good basket can come in handy!

Finding a Rental in Butner

When searching for a rental in Butner, you will want to give yourself some time to scope out the various offerings. Some neighborhoods have more rental opportunities than others, so plan on allowing a couple weeks to find just the right place. Speaking of finding just the right place, don't forget to make a list of your must-haves. Do you need a pet-friendly, two-bedroom apartment or will a studio apartment that allows fish do? Just don't forget to feed the fish.

Moving to Butner
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With a population of just over 7,500 residents spread across an area of nearly seven square miles, Butner is a rural community on the cusp of being a suburban hub for the outskirts of Raleigh-Durham. There is no public transit system so you will need to find another means to make it into the city centers. Here, renters will find a mix of mostly single-family homes and mobile homes for rent. The town also includes several hospital facilities that focus on mental health issues on an inpatient and outpatient basis.

Heading into the Urban Hubs

Considered a part of the Raleigh-Durham area, Butner is within easy access of these major cities. Getting into Durham will only take you about 20 minutes whereas heading into Raleigh is double that at about 40 minutes. Like any other major U.S. city, the two nearby locales offer everything from great dining to shopping to entertainment, along with hustling and bustling crowds and all that come with the life inside a metropolis. If you are really creative at entertaining yourself, you could just hang out in your apartment with a good book or maybe feed your video game addiction. Or, take up a new hobby like basket weaving. You never know when a good basket can come in handy!

Finding a Rental in Butner

When searching for a rental in Butner, you will want to give yourself some time to scope out the various offerings. Some neighborhoods have more rental opportunities than others, so plan on allowing a couple weeks to find just the right place. Speaking of finding just the right place, don't forget to make a list of your must-haves. Do you need a pet-friendly, two-bedroom apartment or will a studio apartment that allows fish do? Just don't forget to feed the fish.

Neighborhoods in Butner

Since Butner is still a developing town, finding an apartment in a high-rise or a luxury apartment can be a bit of a challenge. Most rental properties in Butner are single family and mobile homes. The immediate area is mostly rural and suburban with few local amenities like shops or restaurants. So, you will need to expect to head into nearby Raleigh or Durham for those big shopping trips to stock up on your favorite indulgences like chips and chocolate.

E. C. Street / Central Avenue: This area is west of I-85 and offers the majority of the amenities included in town. Here, you will find a handful of restaurants and the post office. This neighborhood includes studio apartments, two bedroom apartments and mobile homes for rent. This area provides great access to local amenities and other daily needs.

Town Center: The town center is considered a mostly suburban neighborhood. In this part of Butner, renters will find one or two bedroom apartments, mobile homes and a studio or two for rent.

Old 75 Highway / Dillon Drive: Finding a rental in this neighborhood is very difficult as the vacancy rate is near 0%. This suburban neighborhood contains mostly older homes and no apartment complexes.

Neighborhoods in Butner
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Since Butner is still a developing town, finding an apartment in a high-rise or a luxury apartment can be a bit of a challenge. Most rental properties in Butner are single family and mobile homes. The immediate area is mostly rural and suburban with few local amenities like shops or restaurants. So, you will need to expect to head into nearby Raleigh or Durham for those big shopping trips to stock up on your favorite indulgences like chips and chocolate.

E. C. Street / Central Avenue: This area is west of I-85 and offers the majority of the amenities included in town. Here, you will find a handful of restaurants and the post office. This neighborhood includes studio apartments, two bedroom apartments and mobile homes for rent. This area provides great access to local amenities and other daily needs.

Town Center: The town center is considered a mostly suburban neighborhood. In this part of Butner, renters will find one or two bedroom apartments, mobile homes and a studio or two for rent.

Old 75 Highway / Dillon Drive: Finding a rental in this neighborhood is very difficult as the vacancy rate is near 0%. This suburban neighborhood contains mostly older homes and no apartment complexes.

Living in Butner

In Butner, there are lots of lands designated for public use and public parks. It's a great chance to discover nature and be at one with the outdoors. Additionally, there are acres of untouched forestland owned by the town that is used seasonally for bow hunting. Perhaps you won't need to head out of town for grocery shopping when you can just hunt your own food right here.

Butner Parks

From gymnasiums to game hunting lands, parks in Butner offer a variety of recreational opportunities. The Soldiers Memorial Sports Arena is a refurbished gymnasium that includes basketball courts, a concessions stand, bathrooms and meeting rooms. For the outdoor sports enthusiast, head to Lake Holt to enjoy boating and fishing. Central Avenue Park offers a gazebo, park benches, a playground and an open grass area. The park is available for birthday parties, weddings, yard sales and non-profit fundraisers.

Prior to baking the perfect birthday cake and stringing up balloons, you will need to check with town hall for current availability and any fees. "D" Street Ball Field offers restrooms and a concessions stand in addition to the field. Thinking about starting a ball league? This might be your opportunity. Into hunting? Head to the Town of Butner Game Lands, a 750-acre tract of land offering an entirely wooded spot for bow hunting. This would be the perfect place to flex your archery skills and find yourself something fresh for dinner. Talk about farm to table. You won't have to question where your food came from if you do it yourself!

Last, but not least on the long list of Butner parks is an athletic park offering four regulation-sized ball fields, a concession and meeting facility, a playground, a football field and plenty of walking trails. So, don't forget to pack your sneakers when looking for a rent here.

Living in Butner
+

In Butner, there are lots of lands designated for public use and public parks. It's a great chance to discover nature and be at one with the outdoors. Additionally, there are acres of untouched forestland owned by the town that is used seasonally for bow hunting. Perhaps you won't need to head out of town for grocery shopping when you can just hunt your own food right here.

Butner Parks

From gymnasiums to game hunting lands, parks in Butner offer a variety of recreational opportunities. The Soldiers Memorial Sports Arena is a refurbished gymnasium that includes basketball courts, a concessions stand, bathrooms and meeting rooms. For the outdoor sports enthusiast, head to Lake Holt to enjoy boating and fishing. Central Avenue Park offers a gazebo, park benches, a playground and an open grass area. The park is available for birthday parties, weddings, yard sales and non-profit fundraisers.

Prior to baking the perfect birthday cake and stringing up balloons, you will need to check with town hall for current availability and any fees. "D" Street Ball Field offers restrooms and a concessions stand in addition to the field. Thinking about starting a ball league? This might be your opportunity. Into hunting? Head to the Town of Butner Game Lands, a 750-acre tract of land offering an entirely wooded spot for bow hunting. This would be the perfect place to flex your archery skills and find yourself something fresh for dinner. Talk about farm to table. You won't have to question where your food came from if you do it yourself!

Last, but not least on the long list of Butner parks is an athletic park offering four regulation-sized ball fields, a concession and meeting facility, a playground, a football field and plenty of walking trails. So, don't forget to pack your sneakers when looking for a rent here.