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Steeplechase Apartments of Centerville, Ohio features both spacious one and two bedroom resort-style apartments with large living areas, oversized closet space, gourmet kitchens, and spectacular forest views. Some of our apartment homes offer wood-burning fireplaces, a great way to warm up during the colder months. Enjoy amenities including a 24-hour, state-of-the-art fitness facility, indoor racquetball court, sparkling swimming pool, sand volleyball court, and a billiards room.
Located just minutes from Kettering and South Dayton, Steeplechase Apartments offers the perfect balance of peaceful home life within reach of the conveniences of Centerville's town center. Residents can find attractions such as fine dining, shopping, concert and theater venues, and more. Within a five mile radius, you have easy access to multiple, well-established employers in the region including LexisNexis, MetLife, The Mound, Southview Hospital, Miami Valley Hospital South campus, PNC Mortgage, Teradata, Merrill Lynch, Reynolds and Reynolds and so many more. In addition, we are no more than five minutes from I-75 and I-675 making places like Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, The Greene, Wright State University, Downtown Dayton, and the University of Dayton easy to get to.
Resident satisfaction is our top priority at Steeplechase Apartments. Our friendly staff is always available to help you and we offer simple to use online services that are quick, reliable, and secure. From paying your rent to making a maintenance request, our online resident portal helps to make your monthly routine easier. Quality living starts here. Call us to schedule a tour today and find out why Steeplechase Apartments is the next place you will want to call home.
I grew up in Centerville and have recently moved back. I was looking for an apartment which is centrally located, affordable and a peaceful place to live. I had to look no further than Steeplechase. Under new management this team has been wonderful to deal with in regards to professionalism, reliability and problem solving.
I would recommend this luxury apartment complex to anyone seeking apartment living in "Warm and Cheerful Centerville."
If you are looking for constant hassels-this is your place. If you want the cops showing up at your neighbors every week-this is your place. If you like hearing your neighbors dogs bark ALL the time-this is your place. If you like broken appliances in your home-this is your place. The office staff is incompetent-to say it nicely. Good luck if once you move in the change the rules-and office staff/management about as frequently as the weather changes. We've lived here 2 years-it is awful. They wanted to pick apart my 700 credit score when I moved in-but seems they will let anyone in now! I don't know who is writing the positive reviews-must be the hired help? I've never spoken to anyone that is happy living in this dump. Take your money elsewhere-you will be happier!
Dirty hallways. Eratic office hours. Unkept landscape. Cheap updated appliances, don't fall for how shiny they are. Rent hikes. The club house is outdated and random people hang out there who aren't renters. I would never recommend these apartments!!
Steeplechase apartments has given me a pleasant experience during my time here. Although I am sad to be leaving, I'll always remember how helpful and friendly the staff and management were to me. I would definitely recommend this complex to friends and family in the future!
I have lived in this apartment complex for almost 4 years, and am moving out this summer. In October of 2017, a note was left on all of our doors letting us know the property was getting sold. I wasn't worried because I was convinced it couldn't get worse than the Connor Group. I was wrong. The company that took over, ROCO Real Estate, is a fairly young and inexperienced company by industry standards, and it shows. The property has been through 3 managers, 5 or so office staff and 3 maintenance men since the end of October. This makes it impossible to get anything done or to have any sort of consistency in the upkeep of the property. There are things I requested be done in DECEMBER that are still outstanding. They haven't kept the residents up to date on policy changes, changing things like UPS/USPS package acceptance, rent due dates and office hours without any warning. The office hours on the door don't even match the website. Each manager has asked for time to get used to things, and for us to be patient, while the maintenance requests pile up. It's been 5 months and things just aren't getting better. The complex used to feel really safe and the location is great, which is what has kept me there for so long. But it's going down hill and fast. ROCO Real Estate should not purchase properties they aren't ready to manage - it's not like they are in a retail business - they are in a business where people are paying them to manage their HOMES. When you don't remove snow, fail to keep the hallways clean, issue erroneous eviction notices, allow mail to pile up all over the floor of the building, have no control over the property in general - you are impacting people. They should do better or find something else to do with their time. Being from the area, and knowing what else is out there, I encourage any one reading this to live literally anywhere else.