Best Location in Baton Rouge! You've been looking for just the right apartment home, and you'll find it here at The Villas at Stone Creek. Located off of Sherwood Forest Blvd, near I-12, we are just minutes away from great dining, shopping and entertainment. With spacious, NEWLY RENOVATED 1, 2 & 3 bedroom floor plans to choose from, there is something for everyone. With 24/7 maintenance and a courteous management staff, you are sure to experience firsthand what customer service was meant to be! We provide more than a place to live; we offer a lifestyle. Be sure to stop by and see our exciting property renovations.
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Nasty property In two year i see past to many managers the a/c is very bad condition have buildings no have maint a/c only window unit the pool es bad condition water is dark and nasty plumbing in general is bad anytime is clogged
I love the area and the layout
I will sign my lease tomorrow it is a beautiful place and the people there are so friendly.
I moved to Villas of Stonecreek exactly 3 months ago. After 2 weeks of me living there, the sewage line backed up in my house and flooded everything. I started calling the emergency maintenance line and approx. 4 hours later maintenance showed up (they did not speak English), by this time by apt is totally flooded (new carpet and flooring). They sent someone out to suck out the water, spray some stuff on the carpet and put blowers in my house for 2 days. I am a very clean person and just the thought of walking on this carpet after the sewage backing up just disgust me. Not to mention that I have 2 cats that also walk on this carpet. About 3 weeks after that incident, they put a memo on our door that the window people would be there in less than 24 hrs to replace our windows. That took all day and I guess from having my apt open (my cats locked up for more than 8 hours) my A/C started leaking. I called the emergency maintenance line and someone who does not speak English showed up. Played with my A/C for about 10 mins and on Google translator told me if it happens again to call the office. Well, he didn't make it out of the door 5 mins and the A/C started leaking again. I walked out my door and grabbed another maintenance person and told him. He brought me a bucket and stated that he had no pressurized air to blow the lines and that he would try to get some air. He played with the A/C for a short time and told me if it happens again then they will have to open my wall up and blow the main line out. About 2 weeks ago, I noticed that when I run my bath water, it has a brown tint to the water. I mentioned this to the office and was told it was from the boilers and that it was safe. My neighbor just informed today that she had a termite infestation in their wall and the office sent a company out to treat it. The company told her the wall was pretty much gone, just sheet rock and bricks left. The office still has not disclosed this info to us. The grounds are always litte