Pheasant Run Apartments is located in Lafayette, Indiana and offers well designed studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom floor plans. Select apartments include washer/dryer connections (full size washer and dryer available for rent on site) and heat paid options available. Pheasant Run's amenities include a swimming pool with sundeck, cardio fitness center, volleyball, basketball and tennis courts. Located within our community, we have available storage units, carports, and garages for rent. Our community is pet friendly and accepts large pets who will enjoy our unique bark park that features an agility course. Furnished corporate and guest suites available.
Flexible lease terms- inquire at the office!
I cannot express how thankful I am for the staff. They were so friendly and willing to answer any questions. Also were as eager as I was to get me into my own apartment! Forever thankful for this group of people!
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Friendly staff and nice community. Apartments are decent for the price.
My daughter and son in law have been here almost a year. They've dealt with roaches, burning wires above their bathroom, water leaking above their bathroom, and now they were told that they needed to pay a late fee due to their rent being late. The lease stated it must be paid by the 4th of the month, but they received the late notice on the 4th that added $50. They change their rules constantly! The lease itself states due by the 4th. They have now started making people pay their own water Bill's. This place isn't worth the amount they charge. Carpet was filthy upon move-in, painters definitely need some training, and windows leak horribly all winter long. They will be moving when their lease is up.
This complex will by any means necessary refuse to honor a clause in their leasing contract. It states: "A $50 discount will be allowed if your rent is paid on or before the 5th of the month then current". This clause was met and yet no discount was honored. I have spoke with no less than 4 people from the local office and have gotten no where. It is really sad that Edward Rose and Sons, allows this kind of treatment in its communities. If you are looking for a transparent, respectable place to live, I encourage you to look past this apartment complex. Another thing to note, is that you will not receive any correspondence from anyone higher than the local office for any certain matter. The office will tell you, "They don't know why things are done the way they are, and they only send the notice and receive the payments". My only aim is to encourage someone out there to be smarter than I. Ask as many questions as possible when reviewing the lease. Do not allow the agent to quickly skim and dodge this long document, as they barely know what's in it or how to answer your questions. When you pose a question and get a less than acceptable answer ask to speak with someone who can answer it. All common knowledge however, the craftiness of the agent will give pause to your conscientious questioning of the half truths.