Welcome to Silverstone Apartments, located in the heart of Davis. Silverstone offers a variety of newly renovated homes designed with your comfort and style in mind. We have beautiful studio, one and two apartments as well as three bedroom town homes. Our community is conveniently situated close to Davis L, P, and Q bus lines, approximately 2 miles from UC Davis campus. Silverstone is more than a community, it is a lifestyle.
Lease terms are variable. Please inquire with property staff.
Overall, I really liked living at Silverstone. The grounds were kept clean, the managers tried to accommodate the students moving in with extra trash bins, kept up with maintenance. Willing to help you out. The pool was kept very clean. They could use more security around the pool to keep the non-residents out.
Overall the Silverstone has been a great place to live, the only reason I gave a "good" rating is because I wish there where events or something that would encourage meeting our neighbors.
I like that residents are taken care of whenever any issues arise with anything that needs fixing, etc, staff are friendly, and I like that residents who are loud/rowdy/not following the rules are adviced to change or move out. Having said that, I don't like it when the management leaves hasty almost threatening notes on the doors. For example, if one forgets to renew lease a gentle reminder such as please renew your lease and not, "do so or we will have new tenants in your apartment".
It's overpriced, particularly since everything is electric. Fridge works but sounds like a rocket ship. Building is run down. New mulch is great but placed only on the pathway to the model apartment, which is lame. Raised rent way too much. Double the inflation rate and totally unjustified. Feel manipulated. Good people, bad business.
I realize the property market fluctuates, but I am disappointed that my rent will be raised this year. I lived in my previous appartments for 3 years and the rent was never changed. It is always stressful when deciding to stay or move at the end of a lease and I don't like the pressure to sign early because "other people are looking to move in"