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Located in Charlotte, North Carolina, Arwen Vista Apartments offers the best of resort-style living, highlighted by an enormous 10,000 square foot Amenity Center. Each home offers a wealth of fine upgrades, such as granite countertops, maple cabinets, black finish appliances and nine-foot ceilings with crown molding. In addition, Arwen Vista boasts an impressive pool area with sun deck and Wi-Fi, an outdoor fireplace, a sand volleyball court, a dog park, walking trails and much more! Come see what everyone is talking about. Visit Arwen Vista today!
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I Highly Recommend Arwen Vista. The Grounds are clean in very well Mantained.Apartment Manager is very Helpful,and answered all of my Question.
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I had no toilet seat for the first two and a half weeks of living here. When they finally installed one, it didnt fit. The wrong size was left on my toilet seat, unremedied, for a year. It was finally fixed at the time of my move out, great use to me that was.
Furthermore, my microwave handle broke, but just the handle. They proceeded to remove the operable appliance and left me with no appliance for several weeks. When a rent credit was requested for the lack of an appliance Im paying rent for, I was told no because the shortage of stock by the manufacturer was not their fault.
Following move out, I requested information about my security deposit I paid at move in. 30 days later Im being told it was processed several weeks ago, even though I have yet to receive it to this day. The soon to be refunded amount is HALF of my security deposit though the apartment was left in great condition, I even personally plastered in any holes from object that were screwed/nailed into the walls. They claimed $100 for applying a coat of paint which they are obligated to do anyway for new move ins, $100 for carpet cleaning, again required, and $15 for a light bulb that had blown out during the move out phase, which I reported to maintenance and was ignored!
In the process of turning in my keys I met a fellow leaser that stated she had been left without AC for two months because AC is not considered an emergency repair.
Several other issues come to mind, like one legal matter. Unfortunately I can not review that matter because it was written into the settlement contract that they would sue if I disclosed their mistake to the public. Needless to say, STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPLEX!