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Welcome to Estero Oaks, a rental community of luxury apartments featuring one, two and three bedrooms in beautiful Estero, FL. We are designing Estero Oaks with affordability in mind, as well as building a sense of community right from the start. Come discover a pedestrian-friendly community with a 4-acre lake within walking distance of everyday conveniences including shopping, dining, entertainment, public open spaces and retail shops.
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I agree with other reviews when it comes to college students. I was also told the same exact thing, that there were a few college students here, but mainly young families, retirees, and professionals. There are many weekends where I'm woken up in the middle of the night to college kids coming back from bars and are just yelling down the road and banging up the stairs. College students should not be allowed. There is plenty of housing across the street. Please take these reviews seriously.
I also wish the units were more soundproof. If you're in a bottom unit, expect to hear your neighbors above you. Developers really weren't thinking when they put in tile instead of carpet on the second and third floor units. I'm constantly hearing heels, furniture being moved, walking, dropping items. I know these are normal life things, but very disruptive to others who deserve a peaceful home. I really enjoy my unit, but I've had to wear ear plugs every day since I've been here, no exaggeration. I realize this can't be rectified now, but there really should be something in the lease that notifies those on the second and third floors to please be considerate of those below. Maybe an email blast can go out? I'm sure I'm not the only one who experiences it.
Hoping some of these things improve in the future. Many times you hear it'll be looked into, but never is.
I wish I could end my lease. They promised all these "amenities" and since I have signed they have just been cutting one amenitie after the other. Yet we still have to pay the same amount in rent.
After the hurricane it took them forever to come and look at the damage. I had to call and remind them, meanwhile our apt was growing mold.
And don't get my started on all the college kids that are running a muck. I was told that the demographic of this complex was young families and young professionals. That's feels like only 5% of the whole complex.
On the outside, looks great - right? Recently Estero Oaks has started allowing co-signers. They are turning this place into student housing. Many of the amenities are gone. Students (non-residents) routinely are coming on property and using the pool, smoking and in the gym.
Security gates are still not up. Events on property with no security checks and open to the public.
The sign in the rental office -- "pick your roommates and pick your payment".
Too bad -- the place had potential.