Welcome to The Village Apartments located in lovely Wixom, Michigan. Our community offers quaint one and two bedroom apartment homes with adequate space and convenience. Each apartment includes landlord paid heat and water, making it the best value in the Wixom, Novi, and Walled Lake areas!
Located north of I-96 at the corner of Beck Road and Pontiac Trail, we're a short drive to Twelve Oaks Mall, Kensington Metropark, South Lyon Dog Park, and walking distance to downtown Wixom where you can enjoy local eats and shopping. We are proudly affiliated with Walled Lake Consolidated Schools. Give us a call or stop by to tour one of our apartment homes today. We are open 7 days a week!
Be sure to visit our Leasing Information page to review additional information and view our floor plans for current availability. Please note, at times we may have limited to no availability due to demand. Check back here often for new availability as it updates every hour!
Lease Terms are 6 and 12 months.
Nice place so far. Real convenient location for the price.
I just moved in and so far so good
I was told by management that there are only 4 inches between apartments. That becomes apparent when you live in one of these units and you can hear everything on the inside and the outside. They will raise the rent on you each and every time your lease comes up for renewal. If you are not in a lease and youre going onto month they will raise it approximately every six months or more. Because of the affordable rent rates it attracts a lot of unsavory tenants that you would not want his neighbors.
The outside is beautiful, BUT, the inside not so much. I looked at the 1/1 and it was very clastrophobic. There wasn't even room for a kitchen table, the one at the tour room blocked the doors to a pantry. So, either table or couch but not both. Also, terrible design flaw as the air conditioner was built into the wall with the back facing out IN THE LIVING ROOM WALL. The main living room wall. Why would I pay $500 a month for that? Great for those with a low budget if you dont mind the design flaws, but I personally say no.
Dont be fooled by the prices of the Village. I was a resident for 2 years, I always paid on time and stayed quiet my entire residencey. I moved out in December 2017. The apartment was in great condition seeing how I was there for 2 years. They even came to do a walk through prior to me moving out because I was transferring to another Edward Rose & Son Apartment Complex and it was apart of their policy. After my inspection they said the apartment was in great condition due to me having been there 2 years and that as far as damages go it was just normal wear and tear of an apartment. Fast forward to a month after I moved I get a bill for $379.28. Due to cuts on counter tops and damaged carpet. As far as the countertops go they may have been some scratches but not actual cuts and there was absolutely no damage to the carpet whatsoever. If you move from an apartment the carpet has to replaced no matter what, so I truly believe that I am just being billed for he carpet because they dont want to pay the out of cost prices themselves. If you move here be aware that the walls are thin and you can hear other people being very noisy, maintenance is very slow and if you decided to move they will try to find a way to make up false claims to bill you. I do not recommend anyone move into these apartments. You can be a model resident and they will still mistreat you and the leasing office themselves are very rude!!!