Found in the desert landscapes, the Summerstone has been known as a symbol of luck and good fortune bringing peace, love, happiness, wealth, health, and blessings all around to anyone who believes in it.
It is believed that Irish settlers encountered it when coming to America. As they settled with their families, they looked for materials that could withstand the desert climate and provide good homes for their loved ones.
It is said that when the Irish put it in their hands they asked the stone to grant them protection, prosperity, and good fortune.
As the years passed the Irish prospered and encountered many of good fortune and thanked the Summerstone for it.
At Summerstone Apartment Homes we hope you find the same fortune the Irish did.
Good fortune, peace, love, happiness, health and many blessings!
Great staff! Always attentive, professional and kind! I feel so welcome here!
Great staff! Always attentive, professional, and kind.
Currently living at Summerstone and it is by far the best living experience i've had. i actually live next to the bar and don't hear anything out of the norm. Oscar is great and attentive very quick and is very professional. Amanda is amazing as well, she takes the time to hear you out if somethings wrong. I'm going on a year here and love it. Different functions for us she even had breakfast for us one morning. Both her and Oscar are absolutely wonderful.
I just moved in a few weeks ago and from start to finish I had a wonderful experience. Amanda really took the time to find out what was important to me and my family. Going through a hard time having to move out of my own house into an apartment wasn't the best thing but she made me feel welcomed and really made sure I was taken care of. I look forward to the next year I have here.
I wrote a review when I first moved into Summer Stone on another site and stand by that review fully. What I have learned is that the thing that makes an apartment home are the people who staff the community. When I first moved in the lack of gym, a large pool, parking, proximity to a bar (it gets really loud even during the weekdays) were something that I was willing to overlook because Erica (the former manager) and Oscar (the maintenance person) were wonderful and made this community feel like home. I have subsequently moved out and there has been a change in the management. If you take a tour of the property it has lost a lot of it's luster. What one person wrote about dog feces being in the park is correct, but it is more than that. The manager is professional and does her job, but she is not welcoming, warm, or a person who you would want to talk to. The difference is night and day in this community, Erica really cared about the residents and what was going on in their lives it was not just a job to her and that was evident. I would be surprised if the new manager was able to tell you the names of many of the residents. My point is this if you are looking for a place that is warm and welcoming then you should go elsewhere, if you are just looking for a place you can absolutely find cheaper with more amenities, I cannot think of a reason that I would rent here again unless they dropped their rental rates by a third then it would make this property interesting in a strictly monetary aspect.