Lifestyle & Fitness
- Some features only in select apartments
Life at Camden Governors Village
Our spacious one, two, and three bedroom Chapel Hill apartments and townhomes at Camden Governor's Village offer homey features such as crown molding, arched entryways, large bathtubs, and a full-size washer and dryer in a serene setting.
Working from home? We've got you covered. Our 1.1B, 1.1C, 2.1, and 3.2 floor plans feature built-in desks or home office space!
Enjoy a relaxing day at our resort-style swimming pool, work up a sweat in our fitness center that includes cardio equipment and free weights, or enjoy a game on our outdoor basketball court. After a fun-filled day, come home and breathe easy. Camden Governors Village is proud to be a non-smoking community.
A sophisticated lifestyle. Excellent customer service. A great location in the heart of Chapel Hill. It’s all waiting for you when you move into your new apartment home at Camden Governors Village.
Looking for more space? Ask about our beautiful two-level townhomes with garages!
Modern style apartments feature white quartz countertops, modern ceramic tile backsplash, custom cabinetry with modern hardware and stainless steel appliances.
Traditional style apartments feature spacious layouts with classic white appliances and cabinetry.
With the UNC Chapel Hill campus only five miles away, Camden Governors Village residents have convenient access to all the fun shopping, dining, and entertainment of Chapel Hill. Enjoy living within the walkable Governors Village neighborhood with shops and dining nearby and adjacent park with walking trails. For fun in the great outdoors, Jordan Lake is just 15 minutes away too.
Hailed as one of America's Foodiest Small Towns by Bon Appétit, Chapel Hill is rapidly becoming a hot spot for pop American cuisine. Among the restaurants noted nationally are Al's Burger Shack, A Southern Season, Foster's Market (Martha Stewart's Living), Mama Dip's (Food Network's "$40 A Day With Rachael Ray"), Crook's Corner, Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen (The Splendid Table), caffè Driade (Food Network's "$40 A Day With Rachael Ray"), Lantern Restaurant (Food & Wine magazine, Southern Living magazine, etc.), and Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe.