Sterling Manor Apartments
Apartments in Williamsburg
Discover Sterling Manor, our premier apartment community in Williamsburg, VA. This vibrant community located next to The Shops at High Street is close to high-end restaurants and boutique local stores. All of our pet-friendly apartments are perfect for professionals, students and families. Take a closer look at everything we have in store for you!
You get more than just a place for you to live when you choose our apartments in Williamsburg. You get a place you can relax and call home. Whether you select one of our one-, two-, three- or four-bedroom apartments, your experience will be just as appealing. Each of our apartment homes is designed with style, and comes with granite countertops, ceiling fans, and deep sink kitchens.
Our community is designed to create a perfect living environment. You will love returning to it every day. With you in mind, we offer community amenities that you will love, including a resort-style swimming pool, a fully equipped fitness center and a luxurious clubhouse. Add in our helpful management team, and your apartment living experience becomes complete.
Your new home at Sterling Manor is only a short distance from downtown Williamsburg, with Movie Tavern, Williamsburg Premium Outlets and Captain George's only a few easy minutes away. Our apartments are located at 155 Sterling Manor Drive, with quick access to Richmond Road and Monticello Avenue. Our proximity to the College of William & Mary, as well as many major employers, makes it easy to commute to work every day.
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