On a high bluff in Charleston's Lowcountry, Cooper River Farms is fresh, new and river-facing. With easy access to I-526, we offer a convenient location for all! Each apartment home provides green views and easy access to the outdoors with a Lowcountry porch or patio. We feature roomy layouts with wide plank flooring, stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, subway tile backsplash, and white quartz countertops. Residents also enjoy the converted-barn style clubhouse with yoga studio, upstairs patio, saltwater pool and pool courtyard, coffee bar, media room, chef inspired demo kitchen, clubhouse WiFi, business center with iMac stations, and MORE!
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Friendly, knowledgeable staff. Top notch amenities and a location that allows easy access to just about everything!
CRF is a great living comnunuty. The office staff is friendly and responsive. The apartment has very nice finishes and floor plan options. The process of applying, leasing, and move-in is very smooth. Parking is limited.
Great community with easy access to 526 for quick trips to downtown, mount pleasant, and west Ashley! The ammenities are incredible and well maintained. We especially appreciate the landscaping and overal aesthetic of the complex--it feels resort like!
Stellar place in a quiet area. Less than a 15 minute drive to anywhere you need to be.
Due to my profession I've traveled and lived in many different places and I can honestly say this was the worst experience I've had at an apt complex. The facilities are nice, but the problems arise from the unruly guests & lackadaisical staff. The pool cannot be enjoyed, because there are groups of kids running and doing cannon balls with no adults present to keep them in line. Most of these children I saw once and never again. Parents invite over parties of people and then go to the back to grill and drink without keeping an eye on them. The staff does no monitoring to check and see who should be there and who is following rules. I witnessed a two/three year old attempting to jump in the deep end with no floats or adult supervision. There is a nice dog park, but I felt very unsafe walking my dog. Three different dogs got away from their owner and attempted attacking my 14lb dog and when I calmly spoke to the staff about it- they were very unresponsive. I found broken bottles on my staircase and pizza thrown out of someone's window, but was most alarmed when I saw someone had run their car into the 2' cinderblock wall outside my building and thrown the welcome balloons around the yard. When I expressed concerns a staff member laughed it off that someone, "Must have had too much fun last night." How about..."Someone was drunk driving and a resident could have been killed?!!!!"