- Air Conditioning
- Cable Ready
- Oversized Closets
- Washer & Dryer In Unit
- Garbage Disposal
- Disability Access
- Furnished Available
- Short Term Available
- Business Center
- Covered Parking
- Emergency Maintenance
- Fitness Center
- Hot Tub
- Public Transportation
- Swimming Pool
- Tennis Court(s)
- Wireless Internet Access
- On Site Maintenance
- On Site Management
- Recreation Room
- Pet Friendly
- 1st floor
- 2nd floor
- 3rd floor
- All homes boast a private entry
- Award winning 1, 2 and 3 bedroom floorplans
- Barrier Free
- Beautifully landscaped grounds
- Cardio and strength training center
- Cathedral Ceiling
- Cathedral Ceiling
- Central Air Conditioning
- Convenient covered parking
- Coordinated window treatments throughout
- Cozy Fireplace
- End location
- Free Weights
- Generous walk-in closets and or storage space*
- In-home full size washer and dryer
- Invigorating indoor spa
- Premium Location
- Private patio or balcony
- Sparkling outdoor pool
- Three fun filled playgrounds
- Two lighted tennis courts
- Wireless internet cafe and coffee bar
- Large Dogs Welcome Dogs Allowed
- Cats Allowed
- Pets Accepted
Briar Cove Apartments is located at 650 Waymarket, Ann Arbor, MI and is managed by Oakland Management Corporation (Beztak), a reputable property management company with verified listings on RENTCafe. Briar Cove Apartments offers one and three-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 744 to 1368 sq.ft. Amenities include Air Conditioner, Cable Ready, Carpeting, BBQ/Picnic Area, Bike Racks, and more. This rental community is pet friendly, welcoming both cats and dogs, and is located in the 48103 ZIP code. For more details, contact our office at (734) 995-3300 or use the online contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Dog Policy: $25.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: Large Dogs Welcome
Cat Policy: $25.00 pet rent. $250.00 non-refundable pet fee.
Ratings & Reviews
5 Reviews for Briar Cove
Staff are Rock Stars. They go out of their way to accommodate.
Overall the experience living in Briar Cove has been exceptional. The rent we pay is about 20% higher than what was estimated 6 months before move-in when we toured. Although, that is partially due to accepting an apartment with a fireplace and simply an expected increase over time. Plus, the other apartments we toured were not as nice and Briar Cove was actually the most affordable. Moving from out of state with my fiance and golden retriever was a bit hectic due to the apartment not being available for one extra day (which we received a credit towards our next months rent for). However, after the initial move I have no complaints. All that aside, the amenities (including an indoor hot tub, outdoor pool, weight room, tennis courts, all with 24hr access) have been wonderful and the premises are always kept up inside and out. They are very pet friendly, we even take our dog into the tennis courts to play fetch when we don't have time for the dog parks. The apartment itself feels like home, the outdoor stairs are covered, and the floor plan is plenty spacious (except for the attached storage closet which houses the HVAC unit). Being on the second floor, surrounded by other apartment homes (top, bottom, and 2 sides) I am surprised with how little I hear the neighbors. Either the community is really respectful or the walls and insulation really do a good job (or both), both of which are great aspects of living here. Right away, we noticed a few minor issues such as the washing machine not functioning properly. The maintenance staff has been very helpful, prompt, and personal while taking care of any issues that arise. The location is pretty nice, well removed from the college life on campus but within a 15-20 minute drive (work and school). Everything else you could possibly need shopping wise is within a few minute walk or a short drive. I would recommend the apartment homes to anyone who can afford it.
I love the location however the condo layout is a little to small, I could do without the fire place and it would make it a little easier to fit furniture. Normal furniture does not fit because the living room is very small. I like the kitchen. The patio could be cleaned up and updated to make it much better and usable. Although the sprinkler system is aimed at it and is wet every morning. They have a bug problem mostly spiders. biggest problem is the noise from up stairs when people walk.
I would never recommend this complex.
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From I-94, take the Ann Arbor-Saline Road exit one block north to Eisenhower. Take Eisenhower east two blocks to Briar Cove.