Savor the beauty of panoramic river views, lush tropical landscapes and the privacy of your own secluded island community. Island Pointe offers you all of today's most popular comforts and pleasures in a community graced with the charm and hospitality of the south at its best.
7 &13 Month Leasing Terms are Available. Additional $40 for 7 Month Leasing Term
Nice place good management
Right on the river and very quiet All the apartments have a screened in porch is which is the lovely during the summer
Beautiful and quiet community! The office staff is friendly and caring. 12/10 would recommend!
the people in the office are rude and they take months to come fix anything broken in the apartment I couldn't wait to move
TODAY'S DATE: 10/5/2017 I will put this very simple. Pros and Cons! Pros - Nn Cons (we will start from the office and work our way around this community) - The management staff is at best, a C grade (and even that may be over-rating them). They do not handle communicating well and when they do communicate their tones, attitudes and demeanors are not that which I would expect from any customer service based business. If you do decide to consider moving here and they offer you an 800 or 900 building location, I strongly advise you to decline (more details below). - The complex was built in 1988....the pictures online are very false. Great Photoshop job with the enhancements! - My apartment was not ready though I worked with the office weeks in advance of my out-of-state arrival. - Inside the apartment I was shown a rusted refrigerator and moderately clean range/oven. I asked to have them replaced and I essentially got 'We are not replacing those.' They felt the items were livable. I only wish I could provide pictures (fridge has numerous rust spots on the outside and the freezer rack is rusted as well). - The entire complex falls under Flood Zone A (the worst flood situation to be in!); None of the aforementioned statement is disclosed during move in. While I understood that I was living against a river (literally in one of the building against St. Johns/Trout River), and understood that if a natural disaster occurred (hurricane) that the area would like flood out, I did not expect the day-to-day rise and fall of the tide to fluctuate to the degree that the tide itself actually would flood the area I live in. Thus, I have been here for 1 1/2 months and I have had to walk through 4-12 inches of water (at high tide which lasts generally 2-5hrs twice a day depending on water levels) on regular days for at least 1 month out of that time (66%)....Horrible! - Management is not willing to help get you in a more comfortable/suitable situation, be it, move you to a better unit