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Henry on the Park is conveniently located near the SEPTA Regional Rail at Ivy Ridge Train Station (5 min drive), I-76, Rt. 476, and the PA Turnpike. Twenty-minute drive to Center City Philadelphia, the Main Line, and King of Prussia. The community offers spacious 1, 2, 3, and 4 bedroom apartment homes with private 200+ square foot patios/balconies overlooking beautifully manicured grounds. Every apartment home features a washer/dryer, generous closet space, and central heating/air conditioning. Amenities include an Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts, fitness center, playground, two dog parks, an outdoor grilling area, and a putting green. Venture out for a walk or bike ride along the picturesque Wissahickon Valley Park (Forbidden Drive) Trail which is adjacent to the property. Take a stroll down Germantown Avenue through historic Chestnut Hill (10 min drive) to enjoy boutiques, local galleries, and fine dining. Spend a day in Manayunk (7 min drive) experiencing the al fresco cafe scene, pubs, and Victorian storefronts along the Manayunk Canal and Towpath which parallels the Schuylkill River.
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It's very bad experience
We've been living here for a couple of years now. Ever since the property manager changed back in 2016, the resident services/leasing office/and maintenance has gone downhill. We've had two different infestations that management at first refused to address. Once they finally sent maintenance after threats to withhold rent were made, the problem was never resolved. We have had a roach infestation and a mouse infestation inside the apartment. With the mouse infestation, maintenance found two dead mice baked under our oven. It's disgusting and management only puts bandaids like patching the holes in the wall instead of addressing the larger problem, which makes me think other apartments are experiencing the same problems. They also upgraded the outside parts of the property but the inside of the apartments are old and are in need of updating. Our carpet is so old it bubbles up and pops when you walk on it. For $1400/mo for a one bedroom apartment, I expect to live in a habitable place.
I love my living experience. When I get off of work I am excited to go home in my peaceful apartment.
I have lived here for 9 years (moved in in November, 2008) and have been very happy. It's obvious that the new owners care about the property, and it's nice to see all the new improvements in the community. Over the years I have had very nice neighbors. Everyone is helpful and kind. Finally, I have always felt safe and secure, which is important. I have looked at other apartment complexes from time to time, but keep staying with HOTP.
So far I love it. The apartment is nice and spacious, renovated. The community is wonderful, everyone is friendly. No complaints so far