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Since this complex has been under new management the property has under gone very positive change. It is looking better, management has really been helpful in addressing any concerns. Management is more friendly.
I've live here for five years and I enjoy see the property being updated and improved.
My wife and I lived at Loxley chase for about 4 years and enjoyed it greatly. The office staff were always friendly and helpful and we noticed a lot of work put into the property since the new management took over. Although the apartment was not new, the price was reasonable since the location was so convenient to everything in Winston. Plus, the maintenance guys were always prompt if we had an issue.
I would definitely recommend this community if your are looking for maintenance free living in a quite and convenient location.
Two major rent increases, plus separated water bill, plus a new pet rent has driven my rent up almost $300 a month for a woefully outdated home not worth what a corporately owned community deems market value. Repairs done on a pool during the week it should have opened instead of before, inconvenient repairs to entryways that were obviously completed taking shortcuts and zero quality assurance measures. Hey, at least they replaced low expense evergreens with seasonal perennials that cost more.
We have lived here almost five years. The reason for only average rating is because of the landscaping issues and the quality of occupancy seems to be less important than the quantity of occupancy. Also, having to pay for water/sewer, trash pick up and pest control as well as increasing rent, seems to be price gouging and very unfair to residents,