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Candlewyck Apartments (Utica, NY)
31 Candlewyck Lane
Utica, NY 13502
Office Phone: (315) 733-4134
Email: cw@barringtonresidential.com
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  Features & Amenities
Remodeled Studios, 1, & 2 Bedroom Apartment Homes
Time Warner Internet (WiFi) and Cable TV Included!
Hot Water Included!
Wall to wall carpeting throughout
Offering units with balconies
Spacious layouts and floor plans
Beautifully landscaped grounds
Convenient location with easy access to I-790 and I-90
Laundry facilities located in each building
 
  Rates & Floor Plans
Studio Start at $615 [View Floor Plan]
1BR Start at $775 [View Floor Plan]
2BR Start at $875 [View Floor Plan]
 
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Professional On-Site Management
24 hour Emergency Maintenance Supervision
Secure Building - Key Access Only
A beautiful place to call home!
Quiet Private Setting
Pets accepted (weight and breed restrictions applied)
Located next to plenty of shopping and restaurants
Fully and Partially upgraded units available!
Ample parking available
Close to all Utica area colleges
Minutes away from Rome, New York
You will love the convenience!
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Utica, New York
Utica was established on the site of Old Fort Schuyler, built by English colonists for defense in 1758 during the French and Indian War, the North American front of the Seven Years' War against France.[4][16][17][18] Prior to construction of the fort, the Mohawk, Onondaga and Oneida tribes had occupied this area south of the Great Lakes region as early as 4000 BC.[19] The Mohawk were the largest and most powerful tribe in the eastern part of the Mohawk Valley. Colonists had a longstanding fur trade with them, in exchange for firearms and rum. Read More…
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City of Utica, New York
Oneida County, New York
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Schools & Colleges
Utica City School District
Utica College
Mohawk Valley Community College
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Utica School of Commerce
Herkimer County Community College
 
Recreation
New York State Canal System
Visit the Finger Lakes
Niagara Falls State Park
 
 
 
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