Formerly the Meadows of Bailey Cove, The Pointe at Bailey Cove offers residents quiet, comfortable living in an ideal location. With one, two and three bedroom floor plans, in addition to townhome style units, The Pointe at Bailey Cove is sure to have a home perfectly suited to your lifestyle. Located just south of Valley Hill Golf and Country Club on Bailey Cove Road equidistant from Valley Bend at Jones Farm shopping center and Publix to the north and south, The Pointe at Bailey Cove is minutes from all your shopping and dining needs.
Come see all The Pointe at Bailey Cove's amenities, including our sparkling pool, fitness center. Property renovations have begun and a new WalMart Neighborhood Market is nearly complete right next door to ensure all you need to live a comfortably is right here.
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The apartments are decent, the staff is nice. The neighbors are HORRIBLE. They talk about you loudly through the walls, leave their trash outside yet if u leave yours outside they snitch on you like rats. I have lived in luxury apartments prior to this one and have never encountered as stuck up if people as here. Stuck up for no reason its hilarious
I have been living in this apartment complex for 4 years and it seems like the front office change over employee wise has turned over so much, it doesn't make sense. Rent has been raised with no new up grades to the apartment.
Honestly, if it weren't for the office staff I would have moved from out here a long time ago. There are some residents who think they own the place and if you do one thing to upset them (like live in your apartment, sit own your balcony and talk, have your kids outside playing, park in a spot they deem to be THEIRS) they call the cops or the office and complain about you. Yet they walk around doing the same thing you are doing. I'm moving out when my lease is up. It's no longer pleasant here.
The bathrooms are dated and are starting to have issues with leading faucets and a cracked toilet. Insulation isn't the best.
Staff is friendly and responds quickly to service calls. The property is well maintained and I feel safe here. My only complaints are that my rent has gone up 20% since I've lived here (although that is spread over 7 years), and parking is hard to find at times (overflow parking is pretty far away, especially when you're hauling groceries). They could easily create more parking by removing the median that separates both sides of Quail Ct. They also don't keep the upstairs breezeways very clean..