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PHONE: 355-4499
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Checklist of what to look
for when searching for a
place to live in the future
IN GENERAL
IN THE BUILDING
CIRCLE YES OR NO
Are there secure locks
on the doors and windows?
YES NO
Do the windows and doors
shut properly?
YES NO
Do the fridge and stove work?
YES NO
Are you able to control
the heat?
YES NO
Are the sinks and taps
in good condition?
YES NO
Does the shower and tub work?
YES NO
Do the lights and electrical
outlets work?
YES NO
Do the telephone and cable
outlets work?
YES NO
Are their cracks or holes
in the walls and ceilings?
YES NO
Are the walls soundproof?
YES NO
Is there a smoke detector?
YES NO
Is there any sign of bugspests?
YES NO
Is the place clean?
YES NO
Are pets allowed?
YES NO
Does the apartment include
a washer and dryer?
YES NO
Do you have your own place
to park?
YES NO
TOTAL:
Notes:
YES.
NO
CIRCLE YES OR NO
Are there fire exits?
YES NO
Are there fire alarmsfire
extinguishers?
YES NO
Is there good lighting in
hallways and outside?
YES NO
Is there a lock on the
main entrance?
YES NO
Are the common areas and
the outside kept clean?
YES NO
Do the washer(s) and
dryer(s) work?
YES NO
Is the garbage area kept clean?
YES NO
YES
NO
TOTAL:
Notes:
IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD
CIRCLE YES OR NO
Is it near a bus route?
YES NO
Is it near your school or work?
YES NO
Is there a grocery store nearby?
YES NO
Is it near services (day care,
community, health centers)?
YES NO
Are there parks and play
areas nearby?
YES NO
Do you like the neighborhood?
YES NO
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Apartment Name and AddressftfcfkLeasemmIMtsFurnishedftBus AccessDistance From Campus
1110 Oakbend Dr. Duplex551-1002lyr.31nowfeenoBradford Creek
5035 Devron SL Duplex551-1002lyr.31nowfeenoBradford Creek
Allenton Estates, Allen Rd756-6209lyr.210noyesteeno5 miles
Ashton Woods758-19216 months and 1 yr.1and2148noyesfeeno
Ayden Duplexes, IRemco East!355-13136 months and 1 yr.land 26nonono12 miles
Beech Street Villas756-6209lyr.318nonoyes1.5 miles
Branch Apartments, 1809 East 5th Street758-3781lyr.117yes and nonono1 to 3 blocks
Brasswood Apartments, 3216 Brasswood Court355-4499612 months182350nowfeeno5 miles
Brookhlll, IRemco East)355-1313lyr.2 and 36nonono5 miles
Brookfleld Apartments, 108 Brownlea Dr.758-1921ivr1and283noyesyes4 blocks
Caldwell Court, IRemco East)355-13136 & 12 months1 and 254nonono5 miles
Campus Polnte, IRemco East)355-13136 & 12 months326nonoyesless than 1 miles
Cannon Court A-1 Uici Drive7562096 and 12 months260nonoyes1 miles
Cedar Court, Cedar Lane756-62096 and 12 months229nonoyes1 mile
Cedar Creek, Cedar Creek Rd756-62096 and 12 monthsland 2138nonono4 miles
Cheyenne Court, IRemco East!355-1313lyr.126noyesno2 miles
Clubway Apartments, 75 Clubway Drive756-6869lyr.2128nosraPetsno4.5 miles
CoMndale Court, (Remco East)355-1313lyr.22nonono8 miles
College Partc756-62096 & 12 months18260nonoyes
College Town Row, 1103-1209 South Evans St756209lyr.220nowith teeno3 blocks
Cotanche SL Apartments, 700 Cotanche St756-6209lyr.18nonoyesacross from campus
Cypress Gardens, 1401 East 10th Street756-62096 and 12 months1and248nonoyes4 blocks
University Park752-89009 and 12 months2125nocatsteeyes2 blocks
Eastbrook Apts, 204 Eastbrook Dr.752-51006 and 12 months2,3183nosm. dogsyes2 miles
Eastgate Apis, Moseley Dr.756-62096 and 12 months2323nonoyes2 miles
English Village, 1010 and 1012 Peed Dr.756-6209i yr.n32nonono3 miles
Forbes Woods, Remco East355-1313lyr.1 and 212nonono3 miles
Forrest Acres, oft 10th Street756-6209lyr.land 210nonono6 blocks
Forest Glen, (Remco East)355-13136 and 12 monthsland 266nonoyes5 miles
Fox Hollow Duplexes, Stokes Rd756-62091 yr.2 and 360nowith teeno4 miles
Georgetown Apts, P.O. Box 308832730 Stantonsburg Rd.757-0079lyr.225nowfeeyes1 block
Gladiolus, 1333 E. 10th SL7562096 & 12 months1Z327nowith teeyes4 blocks
Greenrtdge, Remco East)355-1313lyr.22nonono8 miles
Green Mill Run758-26286 8 12 months1and2nononoless than mile
Greenville Manor, IRemco East)355-13136 and 12 months1 and 27nonono2 miles
Jasmine Gardens, 1303 East 10th Stret756-62096 and 12 monthsland 218nowith feeyes4 blocks
Johnston Street IRemco East)355-13136 and 12 months1 and 226nonono3 miles
King's Row Apartments, 200 GO Verdant Dr.752-35196-9 monthsland 2108nonoyes2 miles
Kingston Condominiums, 3002 Kingston Circle758-7575912 months128yesnowfeeyes2 miles
Mondcello Court 500 and 504 Paladin Drive756209iyc1 and 254noyesfeeno4 miles
Moss Creek, Lake Dr.756209lyr.164nononoby hospital
Paladin West, Paladin Dr.756209lyr.land 228noyesfeeno4 miles
Parkview, 3002 Kingston Circle758-7575912 months1 and 2yesnowfeeyes2 miles
Park village, 3005 and 3017 Adams Blvd.756209lyr.land 232nonoyes1.5 miles
Park West Apts, Park West Dr.756209lyr.1 &2-nonono2 miles
Peony Garden, 1323 East 10th Street7562091 yr.216noyesfeeyes4 blocks
Peyton Circle Apartments, Peyton Circle756209lyr.2 and 324noyesfeeno4 miles
Plnebrook Apartments, 121 River Bluff Road758-40156912 months1 and 2120noyesfeeyes2 miles
Pirate's Cove, 3305 East 10th Street752-9995lyr.4264yesnoyes2 miles
Pirates Place, 1526 S. Charles Blvd.321-7613lyr-23,4144nonoyes1 mile
Quail Ridge, IRemco East)355-1313lyr.22nonono5 miles
RlnggoW Towers, 635 Cotanche Street752-2865lyr.182155yesnoyesnext to campus
Rollnwood, IRemco East)355-1313lyr233nonono4 miles






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Apartment Name and Address
Rownetree Wood, 2902 Cedar Creek Road
Telephone
Sheraton Village, Landmark St
Sherwln Court, 3100 Sherwln Drive
South Haven Apartments, South Square Drive
South Square, Patton Circle
Summerfleld, Peed Drive
Summer Place, Summer Place Dr.
Sterling Manor, 3535 E 10th St
Stratford Arms, 1900 S. Charles Blvd.
Tar River Estates, 1725 E 1st St
Treetop Villas, oil E Fire Tower Rd.
756-6209
355-1313
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756-4800
752-4225
Treybrooke Apartments, 701 Treybrooke Circle
Twin Oaks, IRemco East)
University Apartments, 2901 East 5th Street
University Suites
Upton Court, IRemco East)
Village Green Apartments, 204 Eastbrook Drive
Welllngham
West Hills, IRemco East)
Wesley Commons, Brownlea Dr.
756-6209
830-0661
355-1313
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551-3800
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West Point Westpolnt Dr.
Wlktwood Villas, 209 Beech Street
Wllloughby Park, victoria Court
Windy Ridge, IRemco East)
Wlntervllle Square, Mill Street
Wyndham Circle, Brownlea Dr.
355-1313
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Tar River Estates
1,2,3,4 Bedroom Apts.
Water, Sewer 6c Cable
Fully Equipped Kitchens
Tanning Bed 6c Fitness Center
Large Swimming Pool
Computer Center
Laundry Facilities
Clubhouse & Gameroom
24 Hour Maintenance
WasherDryer in Most I Hits
ECU Bus Service
Pets are Welcome
Wireless High-Speed Internet
YOUR PETS ARE WELCOME!
Preleasing for
Fall 2006
Distance From
Campus
4 miles
6 miles
3.5 miles
4 miles
3 miles
2 miles
2 miles
5 blocks
5 miles
3 miles
1 mile
2 miles
8 miles
1 mile
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. miles
1.5 miles
4 miles
3 miles
10 miles
1.5 miles
1725 East First St.
(252) 752-4225
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CALL TODAY TO RESERVE YOUR APARTMENT
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Village Apartments
Welcome to River Pointe Village Apartments, the student community
that is all about students! Conveniently located adjacent to the East
Carolina University campus, our fully-furnished apartments feature all
the comforts a student needs to feel at home, whether you're studying
or not! Our all-inclusive rent means your electricity, water, cable, and
Internet access are all in one easy payment! We feature a state-of-the-art
study lab with Internet access, full-size washers and dryers, a fitness center,
a swimming pool, basketball and volleyball courts, tanning beds, and
much more! Plus, we're located on the ECU shuttle and weekend Pirate
Express shuttle routes! Call or visit us on-line for more information.
COMMUNITY AMENITIES
A vaulted living room and
reception area
All-inclusive rent includes electricity,
water, cable, and Internet access
A fully furnished model apartment
Tanning beds
A multipurpose game and
recreational room
A fully-equipped fitness room
High-tech 247 Internet accessible
study hall area
Sparkling swimming pool and
courtyard patio area
Basketball and volleyball courts
Located on the Pirate Express shuttle
and ECU shuttle routes
APARTMENT FEATURES
Fully furnished 2 3- and
4-bedroom floor plans
Large balcony w locking storage
Broadband Internet and cable
connections in every bedroom
Full-size washer and dryer
Ceiling fans
Built-in study areas
Private bathrooms
sT Greenville Blvd. Greenville, NC .
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Home Sweet Home:Finding a place to call home
offer nearly the same amenities. Each their own set of pros and cons.
Consider all your possibilities when deciding to live off campus.
SARAH CAMPBELL
STAFF WRITER
Spring semester is in full swing and
many students are beginning to make
decisions for next year. One of the hard-
est and most important things they have
to decide is where to live. Students can
choose to live on campus in a dorm, or-
off campus in an apartment or house.
Each of these options come with their
own set of pros and cons, but the decid-
ing factor is ultimately based on per-
sonal preference.
Lets start with dorm life, which
is an option predominately chosen by
underclassmen who are exploring the
idea of living away from home for the
first time. The best thing about living in
a dorm is that they are on campus and
within walking distance to all of your
classes as well as the library, Student
Recreation Center and various dining
options. Living in the residence halls
also has various perks including free
laundry facilities, cable television, high
speed internet, daily newspapers, com-
puter lab access and phone service.
Although the residence halls them-
selves vary, the rooms within each hall
room comes fully furnished with beds,
desks, chairs, window blinds, closet or
wardrobe space and microfridges. On
the first floor of each dorm there is
studylounge area for students to escape
to. Another positive is that once you pay
your room and board fees for the semes-
ter you don't have to worry about paying
any more living expenses.
Despite the many obvious attractive
fi qualities of living on campus, there are
also several downfalls. The complaint
most students have is that living in a
single room with another person can
be a bit unbearable at times. You essen-
tially have no privacy because there is
a distinct possibility that you and your
roommate will share a similar schedule.
Living in rooms that are right beside
each other can also be a huge negative
considering your neighbors may be loud
and unruly, but luckily each floor has a
resident advisor (RA) that is trained to
handle such situations.
Off-campus options include both
apartments and houses. The difference
between the two isn't substantial, how-
ever it is important to recognize that,
like the dorms, they each come with
Apartments are the most popular
choice among upperclassmen who are
tired of dorm life and searching for a
place to call home. There are many local
apartment complexes that are included
on the ECU bus route or have their own
bus to provide students with quick and
easy access to campus.
There are a vast number of com-
plexes that offer amenities which cater
to college students. Apartments come
furnished or unfurnished depending
on preference. Furnished apartments
include full-sized beds, desks, chairs,
sofas, end tables, dressers, night stands
and kitchen tables with chairs. Some
other perks include a refrigerator,
washer and dryer, dishwasher, Internet,
private bathroom and large closet space.
Of course, these things are going to vary
from complex to complex but the overall
advantages are about the same.
Utilities, water and sewage, cable
and high-speed Internet are often bun-
dled with the rent of the apartment. Not
having to remember to pay more than
one bill every month can save students
from credit problems down the road. The
only disadvantage of having these things
included are that you are only allotted a
set amount of utilities each month and
if you go over you can be facing unex-
pected charges.
Students looking for a place that is
more like a home away from home rather
than just a place to live may search for
a house. There are many houses within
walking distance from campus that can
be rented out to students. Living in a
house can provide students with a larger
living area as well as more freedom.
However, houses don't generally
include things such as cable, Internet,
water, sewage and utilities in the rent,
and having to pay for each thing sepa-
rately can become a bit pricey. Also,
most houses don't come furnished which
means you are looking at the possibil-
ity of spending hundreds of dollars on
furniture. If you can get past the extra
expenses, however, a house can be the
ideal place to set up home.
In the end the decision is yours, and
depending on personal preferences one
of these options is bound to be the per-
fect place to call home.
This writer can be contacted at
features@theeastcarolinian.com.






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dough on your bills
HOUSING GUIDE 2006
Keep the money in your pocket
SCOTTY WILLIAMS
SENIOR WRITER
It's the ultimate nemesis of all who
want organized finances.
It's the bane of the collegian's
existence and the sole cause of all
discomfort associated with living
off campus.
I'm talking about the one piece of
mail you never want to get. That's right,
the electric bill.
Greenville Utilities should never,
ever go broke with the way they charge
for lights and heating. No matter
how hard you try, the price is so spo-
radic your budget never feels quite the
iamc month-to-month. With so many
electric accounts in Greenville, there's an
equal number of people who think they
know exacUy how to keep the bill down,
and a lot of them haven't the foggiest as to
where the real budget busters are.
As a three-year veteran of the
dreaded electric company, I fee! highly
qualified to inform you of the secrets
to a minimized electric bill. Keep in
mind, planning to lower the bill signifi-
cantly can be like game-planning to stop
Michael Jordan at basketball - you can
never stop it, no matter what you do. You
can only hope to contain it. But we'll
take a crack at it.
First, to all your friends and anal-
retentive roommates who storm around
the house turning off the lights behind
you and moaning and groaning about
4he electric bill, this will shut them up
once and fof all - the lights do NOT
contribute the most to power usage.
The truth is they use very little, and the
same is true for the rest of the major
appliances. If you were to turn off your
computer every night, hit every light as
you leave, and basically shut down your
electric house at bedtime, it would not
give you that much lower of a bill.
According to Greenville Utilities,
one of the most money-saving things
you can do for your electric bill is to
make sure your house is weather-sealed
and windows are sealed properly; this
can save up to 30 percent on your bill.
Some tips from the other side:
The biggest gulper of power is that
p lovely little sliding dial in your living room,
8 the thermostat. If you have roommates that
fi fight over it, be prepared for a high bill.
The more you play with it, the higher the
bill gets. The best thing to do is find one
comfortable middle place and forget about
it. Roommates who slide it up and down in
a silent argument will send your bill sky-
ward, so work it out somehow. The U.S.
Department of Energy actually recom-
mends a thermostat setting of 68 degrees or
tower in the winter. Personally, for those of
as who are hot natured, people who are cold
can put on more clothes. Once you're hot, it
could get awkward stripping off layers of
clothing trying to cool off.
The washer and dryer can also be a
problem, but here are a few simple solu-
tions. For the washer, use cold water. Heat-
ing the water uses power, and your clothes
will be just as clean in cold water. (Hint:
you don't have to be a laundry guru with
cold water, either. It's just water, detergent
and clothes with no picky sorting.) For
the dryer, clean the finer after every load.
It can be tedious to clean that little wire
thing, but it will save you money.
The best way to save money is
to check your house or apartment for
energy leaks and places where heat leaks
out (i.e. the refrigerator or the air condi-
tioner) and take care of them. Just updat-
ing your window seals could save you a
lot. If these items still bother you, just
go to the electric company and ask them
how you can lower your bill. They're not
really evil people, they'll give you a nice
little handout that breaks down exactly
how much money running certain appli-
ances can cost per hour. They'll tell you
this ultimately: anything that heats or
cools will hurt you.
The electric bill is probably the one
thing that can ruin your month if it's too
high. Nothing makes a person shiver like
opening that envelope and seeing those
high digits. However, if you're smart
with your electric usage, and you can be
content in one steady temperature, you
should never go bankrupt.
This writer can be contacted at
features@theeas tcarolinian. com.
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HOUSING GUIDE 2006
Apartment Features
Fully-Equipped Kitchens
(I dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator & disposal)
Private Bedrooms & Private Baths
All Utilities Included Except
Phone Service
($75mo electricity allowance2bd. apt)
($105mo electricity allowance 3bd. apt)
Full-Size Washer And Dryer
Included In Unit
Basic Cable TV & High-Speed
Internet included
Individual 10 & 12 Month Leases
Available
Flexible Payment Options
Community Ameniti
Gathering Room With Large
Flat Screen Televisions
Game Room With Billiards,
Air Hockey & Foosball
ComputerMedia Center
Fitness Center
Swimming Pool & Hot Tub
Beach Volleyball
Minutes From Campus
On ECU Bus Route
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Title
TEC Housing Guide 2006
Description
East Carolina's student-run campus newspaper was first published in 1923 as the East Carolina Teachers College News (1923-1925). It has been re-named as The Teco Echo (1925, 1926-1952), East Carolinian (1952-1969), Fountainhead (1969-1979), and The East Carolinian (1969, 1979-present). It includes local, state, national, and international stories with a focus on campus events.
Date
2006
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
3cm x 2cm
Local Identifier
UA50.05.06.02.2871
Contributor(s)
Subject(s)
Spatial
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