The rent at Castlewood Apartments ranges from $1,300 for a studio to a $1,895 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 8% less expensive than the Walnut Creek average. This is a cat-friendly apartment.
Castlewood Apartments is a 18 minute walk from the Pittsburg/Bay Point - SFIA/Millbrae San Francisco Int'l Airport at the Walnut Creek stop.
This apartment is in Walnut Creek. Nearby parks include Heather Farms Park, Howe Homestead Park and Shell Ridge Open Space.
Castlewood Apartments has a Walk Score of 91 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include Contra Costa Midrasha School, Walnut Creek Intermediate School and Parkmead Elementary School.
The closest grocery stores are Sugar Foods Corporation, Bellissimo Foods and Diablo Oriental Foods.
Nearby coffee shops include La Boulange, Boudin Sourdough Bakery & Cafe and Cafe Duzni. Nearby restaurants include Ottavio, Bombay Indian Restaurant and Salvatore Ristorante.
Build in the 1970s as one of the first luxury apartment communities in all of Walnut Creek, Castlewood Apartment Homes have a long tradition of raising the quality of apartment living. “It was so far ahead of its time,” a local architect was recently quoted as saying. “Even some of today’s newest properties can’t compete with it.” A high rise style community with elevators, trash shoots and underground parking, Castlewood is three towering buildings surrounding a straight out of a magazine tropical resort, giving Castlewood that Castle-wood feel. “It’s easy to see where they got the name from,” a long time Walnut Creek resident says. “It’s like they build a modern day castle inside a tropical forest.” Located in the skies of downtown at the top of the hill where Lincoln Avenue (off North Broadway) meets Mt Pisgah Road (off Mt Diablo Blvd), Castlewood residents are in the unique po