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The Grande at Indian Lake is a community you can truly call home.
Lake living at it's finest. Newly renovated community located in the heart of Hendersonville's live, work, play neighborhood. Take an evening stroll over to the lake to watch the sunset. Convenient to The Streets of Indian Lake Village shops, restaurants and entertainment, the Drakes Creek Greenway and so much more. We take pride in offering excellence in customer service, and can't wait to welcome you to the neighborhood.
This town home community will provide you the perfect home, without the hassle.
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My apartment had major plumbing issues that was never resolved.
This experience was horrible one of the worst experiences ever. The manager was so unprofessional. The plumbing issues are horrible. I had feces back up into my tub and only they refused to fix it. This went on for a full month the district manager would not reply or have maintenance fixed. I went a whole month with only 1 of the 3 bathrooms sufficiently.
Do not live here. Seriously. Just keep looking. I would leave a much worse review if I could; this is a mild description of how dysfunctional it is to live here, believe me. Tiffany Terrace was bought out last year and is now The Grande at Indian Lake. Since these town homes have been bought out by a conglomerate real estate company, they have gone through numerous property managers (I think we are on the 9th manager in the year we've lived here). Every single one has been horrible; no messages get answered, no calls get returned, no maintenance requests get fulfilled, and every single manager here has completely different "rules" for what they want tenants to do. The current manager has enforced rules by threat based on an addendum that isn't even in our lease. I moved into a "newly renovated" unit but still there is mold, rotten door frames and base boards, backed up plumbing, crossed plumbing between rooms and even neighboring apartments so that when my neighbor uses the washing machine it backs up water into my washing machine. Rent keeps being raised every other month, and every other month they keep adding fees to charge for everything; trash, sewer, pest control (whether I have them come out or not, I still have to pay for it), and an extra $25 for what? They had no idea, but I was responsible for it anyway or I would be evicted! Every visit to the office - not only is there a different manager, but a plethora of different front office staff that are not friendly or helpful. If I could break my lease without paying the rest of the owed amount, I would have done it yesterday.
Property manager survival rate; 1 month, 2 months, 4 months on this last one and she was fairly decent. Now we have another one without any notice of change as usual. I haven't seen the repair guy around so he is probably gone too and he was also very good. Prior to the last manager before the one who just started a few days ago that nobody knew about things had improved. Stuff got fixed. The nice fencing that was supposed to have been installed a while ago got put up. Who knows what we have now. So, it's May and the pool is still not cleaned. I will be surprised if that murky unsafe looking water is cleaned by May 31st. I've never seen anyone use the outdoor grilling or gazebos. I haven't figured it out yet. The amenities are supposed to be included in the rent, but you never know with these people. They are skinflints; cringe at the thought of repairing a garbage disposal even. Before you rent here make sure you understand that these people are not friendly. The last manager was cordial. Cordial people don't last long here. They pretend like they have planned events. Hasn't happened once since I've been here. Got a notice about a wine tasting that was supposed to have happened but is now cancelled. No explanation why. Probably won't be happening. It's just a fake marketing ploy to make people think they have planned events. I was told when I moved here that they did not allow work trucks and commercial vehicles parked in the lot. Not true. We have 4 or 5 parking here now.Two large trucks the size of moving trucks and 3 white panal vans wih ladders. I guess they are renting to workers in the area temporarily now. I don't like that. You never know what kind of people these are. For the money one should not have to live with that. The lease says one vehicle per unit. Some of the units have 3 to 4 adults living in two bedroom townhouses, each with a car. Limited parking now. Take a look around by yourself before renting.