Expect the best and you'll find it at Castle Club Apartments. A better combination of country ambiance and city convenience cannot be found! We're located near the tranquil Delaware River, overlooking New Jersey's capital skyline. Minutes from I-95, the PA Turnpike, Route 1, and Route 13 make commuting to Princeton, Philadelphia, and New York easy. This serene atmosphere is close to all the fabulous recreation, shopping, and dining in the Delaware Valley. Professionally managed and beautifully maintained, you'll be happy to call Castle Club home.
Leases: 12 Months. <BR><BR>Cats: Cats are welcome at Castle Club. A $250 non-refundable deposit is required per cat. A $35 monthly pet rent is required per cat. Two maximum.
When I moved here 2 years ago I thought it would be a great living experience for me and my husband. However, things just seem to get worst and worst. First off, there is a ridiculous water bill that the apartments bill each of their tenants. This bill comes to them as one bill and then they divide it amongst the tenants and bill us on a monthly basis. This doesn't seem to be right or fair because there are tenants who do not use that much water. When we first moved here the water bill used to be between the $40-$50 range for our 1 bedroom apartment. It has since almost doubled to what is now between $83-$100 per month for a 1 bedroom apartment. They have a pool and a gym that aren't free to the tenants either. The pool and the gym can only be used during the office hours of 9am-5pm. when most of the residents are out at work all day. They clean and fill the pool every summer but we residents would like to know who's footing that water bill because as stingy and un-giving as they are, we sense that our money is going into that pool water bill that we have to pay for in order to use. Another issue is the recent parking enforcement that was put into place this pass January. The property manager Debbie, had it set up to have a towing coming to tow people's cars at all times of the day and night, all while the residents and their visitors weren't even aware of what was going on before she decided to post notices on the building doors to warn people. Since we have been here, we have never seen or had any issues with the parking because there is ample enough space to park and the parking lot is never full. The manager, Debbie, sent out notices that requires the family and friends of the tenants to part over by the office in the complex. This doesn't seem fair to a lot of people as people have family and friends who may not be able to walk far distances and it is a security issue as there are animals that walk around on the property.
I would not recommend living here
Worse place in morrisville if i start writing down all the negative thing about this place ill end up writing a book
Been there on 3 separate occasions in the past few months. They didn't seem that interested to help potential residents.