Talk about location! With beautiful Lake Morton right out the door, residents can enjoy watching the famous Lakeland swans glide across the water. Located in the desirable Historic District, Lakeland Presbyterian Apartments is just a short walk away from the Art Museum, Public Library and Senior Center. A covered bus stop on the property allows for easy transportation to shopping and medical centers.
These studio and one bedroom apartments have generous closet space and many have breath taking views of the city. Residents have access to free Wi-Fi, a laundry center and a hair salon, as well as the use of a billiards room, exercise equipment, a library and a multipurpose room.
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