Fort Bragg Community
Fort Bragg Housing: 9 On Post Options (2021 Edition)
So you’ve been assigned orders to a new post, and now you’re looking for a place to live. House hunting in the military can be challenging, especially if you’re doing it from afar and don’t know much about the area you’re moving to next. Don’t worry! Read on and use this guide to learn more about the housing options available to you on post at Fort Bragg.
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Fort Bragg BAH
You can follow this link to look up your Basic Allowance for Housing (BAH) for your rank and zip code. This will help you create your budget and guide your home search.
To learn more about what goes into your military BAH rate, visit our in-depth guide here.
Fort Bragg Barracks
Unaccompanied personnel housing is for single or unaccompanied soldiers in the ranks of E5 or below and can be reached at 1 (910) 643-4673. If you’re planning to live on post and don’t have a family you’re bringing along, this could be a great resource for you. Visit Fort Bragg’s website for more information on the barracks.
Fort Bragg Housing Office
If you will not be living in the barracks at Fort Bragg, the Housing Services Office should be one of your first stops. This office offers relocation services and information and support for soldiers and families as they move to their new post.
Fort Bragg Housing Services Office
Soldier Support Center, Building 4-2843
BH2 (in the basement close to the elevators)
Fort Bragg, NC 28310
Phone: 1 (910) 396-8516
Fort Bragg Housing Options
At Fort Bragg, military family housing is privatized. In addition to your option to purchase and rent housing in the local community, you may choose to live in privatized housing by signing a tenant lease agreement with Corvias Property Management, which owns the family housing and is responsible for constructing, maintaining, repairing, and managing the community.
Corvias Fort Bragg’s military family housing communities offer a variety of house styles and floor plans. Neighborhoods feature community centers, pools, fitness centers, playgrounds, swimming pools, and more.
School-age children living in Fort Bragg military housing can attend the DODEA schools that serve students residing on post. For more information on schools at and around Fort Bragg, check out our in-depth guide here.
Applying for on-post housing is easy, but don’t hesitate to contact the leasing center if you have questions.
426 Souter Place
Fort Bragg, NC 28307
Phone: 1 (910) 495-0878
Note: Fort Bragg military housing with Corvias is available for active-duty service members who are stationed within 50 miles of Fort Bragg and Pope Air Field. You must have a minimum of one year of active-duty service remaining on your current orders to be eligible for on-post housing.
Benefits of Living in Post Housing
• No application fees.
• No credit checks.
• No security deposit.
• No commute or wait at the gate.
• Convenient access to the commissary, exchange, and recreation facilities.
Post Housing Features and Amenities
• Kitchens have all major appliances.
• Washer and dryer connections.
• Water, sewer, and average electricity and gas included.
• 24-hour emergency maintenance service.
• Lawn care.
• Waste and (opt-in) recycling collection.
Features of Fort Bragg Neighborhoods
• Nine modern and conveniently located community centers feature resort-style swimming pools, fitness rooms, basketball gyms, multimedia rooms, computer labs, play rooms for children, meeting places, laundry facilities, and more. Use of community center amenities and pools are free to on-post families, regardless of which neighborhood you live in.
• Outdoor gathering and common areas.
• Skateboard park.
• Two dog parks.
The Communities at Fort Bragg
Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O3, W1-W3
Found along Butner Road, the Ardennes/Bataan community includes duplexes and townhomes with two to four bedrooms. Garages are available with some units. The community is close to the North Post Commissary and exchange, the AAFES Shoppette, a post gas station, and off-post restaurants.
2. Casablanca/Anzio Acres
Casablanca/Anzio Acres has single-family homes and townhomes with two to four bedrooms. Covered parking or garages are available with some units. The community is within five minutes of the North Post Commissary and exchange.
3. Corregidor Courts/Bougainville
Corregidor Courts/Bougainville has single-family homes and townhomes with two to four bedrooms. Covered parking or garages are available with some units. The community is within five minutes of the North Post Commissary and exchange.
4. Hammond Hills
Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O3, W1-W3
Hammond Hills has ranch homes and recently constructed townhomes with three or four bedrooms and garages or carports. This is the closest community to the All-American Freeway, which leads to Fayetteville. This community is also close to one of the post’s elementary schools, the Mini Mall Shopping Center, the AAFES Shoppette, the post office, and the Youth Activity Center.
5. Linden Oaks, NC
Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O5, W1-W4
Linden Oaks has single-family homes and townhomes with four bedrooms and garages. The community has its own police and fire station. It is close to several elementary and middle schools, a child development center, a youth activities center, the school age services center, a local grocery store, restaurants, and a shopping center.
Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O3, W1-W3
Nijmegen/Cherbourg has duplexes and recently constructed townhomes with three to four bedrooms and garages. The community is just off Longstreet Road, with quick access to the 82nd Airborne Division area of Fort Bragg. It is also close to an elementary school and a dog park.
7. Normandy/Bastogne Gables
Ranks: E1-E5, O3-O5, W2-W4
Normandy/Bastogne Gables has charming historical single-family homes, duplexes, and bungalows with two to four bedrooms. Covered parking or garages are available with some units. The community is near the North Post Commissary and exchanges, a post gas station, the AAFES Shoppette, the post golf course, and the golf course’s restaurant.
Ranks: E1-E9, O1-O6, W1-W5
Pope has historic and renovated single-family homes and duplexes with three to four bedrooms. Covered parking is available with some units. The community is near the airfield, the AAFES Shoppette, a post gas station, a bowling alley, an elementary school, a child development center, and a movie theater.
9. Ste Mere Eglise
Ste Mere Eglise has three-bedroom duplexes with garages. The community is near the Youth Activities Center and a child development center.
Moving to a new place can be stressful, but there are plenty of great housing options at Fort Bragg. You’re sure to find the ideal housing for you and your family’s needs. Housing on post is limited, so be sure to connect with the Housing Services Office as soon as you receive your orders to Fort Bragg. This office can provide important information on Fort Bragg on post housing availability and possible waitlists for housing. We hope you find Fort Bragg is soon home sweet home.
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