#apartments in fayetteville nc
A SANCTUARY OF COMFORT AND STYLE
IT S A WAY OF LIFE
Let Stone Ridge be your sanctuary where comfort and style come together to create a way of life—relax, unwind, live well and enjoy!
Everything you need to live a life of comfort and style can be found at Stone Ridge Apartments, one of Fayetteville’s newest and most unique apartment communities. Our spacious and well-appointed apartment homes offer the perfect combination of ease, functionality and convenience. Resort-style amenities. abundant recreational opportunities and a state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center make Stone Ridge Apartments your perfect sanctuary from the outside world and an extraordinary lifestyle experience.
Newly built with beautiful contemporary accents and towering architecture.
Over-sized 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment styles.
Just minutes from Fayetteville Regional Airport and Cross Creek Mall.
Welcome Home to Stone Ridge Apartments
AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFESTYLE
LIFE IN FAYETTEVILLE
Living with style means that your every need is met, and that’s what you’ll experience as a resident of our new apartment community. Find out what it means to truly live your life to its fullest, served by our professional management team and surrounded by outstanding interior and exterior design, entertainment, relaxation, convenience and wellness opportunities all within immediate reach. Welcome to Stone Ridge Apartments!
THE CITY OF HEROES
A patriotic spirit runs through Fayetteville NC, uniting everyone who lives here. Fayetteville holds fast to the friendly feel of a true American hometown while providing the cultural and entertainment amenities of bigger cities.
Local events in and around Fayetteville include antiques fairs; jazz and blues festivals; steeplechase events; food, wine and brew festivals; the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival and more. At the center of Fayetteville’s culture are the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra—one of the oldest symphonies in the state; and the Museum of the Cape Fear Historical Complex, featuring three historical resources at one location: a regional museum interpreting the cultural history of southern North Carolina; Arsenal Park, preserving ruins of the Fayetteville Arsenal, commissioned in 1838 and destroyed during the Civil War; and the 1897 Poe House, a house museum offering glimpses of early twentieth-century life.