The Links at Jonesboro

1424 Links Drive Jonesboro, AR 72404 • From $80 Per Day
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  • One & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Pets Considered
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

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About this property

Welcome to The Links at Jonesboro Apartments in Jonesboro, Arkansas! Living in this beautifully developed apartment community provides everything you want right at home, in your own neighborhood. We are located convenient to Hwy 63 and just minutes to local restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Whether your preference is upstairs with added views or downstairs for convenience, your spacious apartment is well-designed for maximum space efficiency and comfort.  Open floor plans featuring either 9-foot or vaulted ceilings and balconies (select plans) create the perfect atmosphere for both entertaining and comfortable living.  Private bedrooms and baths offer the optimum layout for singles, families, or roommates. Enjoy the convenience of a full-size washer and dryer in each apartment and full-size appliances in the kitchen. Live on a 9-hole executive golf course with unlimited golf with no green fees or monthly dues. Our Clubhouse features a fitness center, business center, tennis court, basketball court, sand volleyball court, and a Jr. Olympic-size swimming pool and sundeck area.


Fitness Center
Tennis Courts

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About Jonesborough, Tennessee

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Jonesborough was founded in 1779, before Tennessee became a state, when the area was under North Carolina's jurisdiction. 

Jonesborough was originally a part of the Washington District, and in 1784 became the capital of the State of Franklin (ostensibly named after Benjamin Franklin). Franklin, however, was never recognized by Congress, and was re-claimed by North Carolina.

Jonesborough is considered to be the starting place of the abolitionist movement during the American Civil War. Elihu Embree printed his publication, The Emancipator, from Jonesborough in 1820, making The Emancipator the first US periodical dedicated exclusively to the abolition of slavery. While Tennessee would join the Confederacy, most people in the east had Union allegiances.

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