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Beautiful, tropical Florida weather and a peaceful, country feel make quaint Lehigh Acres the perfect place to get away from it all. Presbyterian Homes of Lehigh is sprawled out over several secluded acres, yet it is still conveniently located to shopping, restaurants, medical centers and more.  

These spacious one and two-bedroom apartments are open and airy with ample closet space and open air entries.  A laundry center is on site and residents are welcome to walk next door to Woodward Manor to enjoy free access to Wi-Fi and activities and events in the multipurpose room.

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Small One Bedroom

  • Rent: $428 / mo 
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300

Two Bedroom

  • Rent: $497 / mo 
  • Security Deposit: One Month's Rent
  • Pet Deposit: $300

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Presbyterian Homes of Lehigh Acres
1291 Broad Street West
Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936 

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