Summit Pointe offers large one and two bedroom apartments along with many extras that include a pool, jogging trail, basketball and tennis courts, covered parking and on-site laundry facilities.
Like every apartment complex, a renter's life can only be so great. You don't OWN anything, so the experience can only be as good as you make it. I moved into a 1 bedroom in August 2015, and moved into a 2 bedroom "Summit" unit in July 2016. I've just renewed my lease in the two bedroom, which I will renew once again in June 2018. Maintenance guys are great, and Maryann, the office manager, is great. When I moved into the two-bedroom, the carpet was in kind of bad condition, so I told Maryann that the carpet HAD to be replaced. The odor lingered from the cats that lived in the apartment prior, and I had TERRIBLE allergies to cats, so cleaning wasn't good enough. She said she couldn't do anything about it, but a few hours later called me and said "hey I can get it changed, but you have to wait to move your stuff in." I was ECSTATIC. She went above and beyond behind the scenes to help me out, without giving me false hope. Recently, the air conditioning unit stopped working, the maintenance guys came out a few times and put an order in for a new AC unit (didn't tell me about it, but it was a nice surprise when I called and found out). The staff and maintenance guys are great. The apartment layouts are lovely too (as I am an interior design / architecture student, I feel I have the right to judge!!) -However, I WILL say I'm not crazy about whoever the owner is. The apartment complex is 30 years old, and the owner(s) have made no attempt to renovate, or update the complex itself. It's like the owner is waiting for everything to break before it absolutely HAS to be replaced. (of course this does not reflect the office or maintenance guys, they are just doing their jobs.) -Overall: Come to Summit Pointe apartments, look at ALL the layout options, neighbors, and pricing, and make your opinion based on that.