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Station House offers the best of Old Louisville living with an array of spacious floor plans to choose from and amenities galore. We are just minutes from Downtown Louisville and only steps away from the U of L Belknap Campus. You can enjoy a stroll or jog along tree lined streets of the historic district of St. James Court or enjoy a workout in our exercise facility or take a dip in our sparkling swimming pool. The special touches inside make Station House a splendid place to live. Call Elizabeth today for your personal tour.
The management and maintenance staff is extremely friendly. They also stay ontop of everything. I've had the AC unit go out and they had it replaced within a week with no argument whatsoever. Also, they are continuously making improvements to the property.
Everyone in the leasing office is extremely kind and eager to help with any issues (not that there are any). This has been a terrible winter, but the maintenance workers always have my steps and the sidewalks shoveled and salted before I even walk outside. If I did not have to move, I would definitely be staying right where I am. I wish I had found this place earlier!
I've enjoyed my time at Station House but have ran across a few issues during my residency. Some of the features that I expected to have for my new lease are not being provided thus far, yet the rent for the lease is still the same amount. Cable and internet was to be provided, but I am currently still paying separately for that through a cable company. Windows were supposed to be replaced during the spring of 2014 and has still not occurred. I would prefer having new windows over landscaping.
My main problem is finding parking when coming home from 3rd shift. Many times there is no where to park in the main lot, the guest lot, or on the street. In those cases I have to wait till someone else goes to work to find a place to park my car.
Recreational amenities need work. Pool and gym are often gross and things are broken a lot. Parking at night is sometimes an issue as the lot and guest lot fill up with cars that don't belong to residents, even with the new parking passes. With the increase in price my roommate and I are moving closer to campus, where we will pay the same price but have newer apartments with everything included.