FOR THOSE WHO SHARE OUR VALUES. Live near all the recreational opportunities of Old Town Alexandria while enjoying the lush green landscaping and beautiful surroundings found at Crystal Woods of Alexandria. You'll also like the fact that our address puts you near excellent Fairfax County schools, major highways and Landmark Shopping Center. We guarantee 100% move-in satisfactions!
Our lease terms are: 3-12 mos (Please note that a premium may apply, lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).<BR>Cat Policy: $300 1st pet, $300 2nd non-refundable pet fee $35 pet pet rent,<BR>Dog Policy: No Weight Limit, $300 1st pet, $300 2nd non-refundable pet fee $35 pet pet rent, Pet Restrictions: Akita, Alaskan Malamute, Chow, Dalmatian, Doberman, German Shepherd, Husky, Presa Canario, Rottweiler, Staffordshire Terrier/Pit Bull, Wolf, Any other breeds prohibited by management <BR>2 Pets per apartment.
Average place, good location for a solid price. Noise a concern, they have thin walls.
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This is the third property since moving here from NY and the property is great and has only gotten better since the ownership changed.
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Don't trust all the reviews that you read about this place!! Please give this place a chance. It's worth it.
I have lived here for a year so far and I love it. Yes you get the occasional bug in your place (it's life...its nature...cant control that)but as soon as you see it REPORT IT. They had pest control come out each and every time I put in a request. They always let your know when they will be having outages or if maintenance/pest control is coming.
The staff is amazing! All of them are nice and very helpful. The key is communication with them. The want to make your stay as comfortable as possible but they cant if people wont tell them the problems. Also a lot of these people had a situation resolved and never updated their review. It is true that they rarely answer the phone so you have to physically go there. It's honestly better that way in my opinion...they don't let you know you have a package until they are about to send it back. So if you are expecting a package check your tracking status or just check out the leasing office.
The reason for the turnover is first they had poor management and people come across different phases in their lives and need to move on. It doesn't make the property a bad place.
What's awesome about this place is that I am coming up on my 1 year lease and I can transfer to a bigger unit without paying a dime extra other than a higher rent (obviously lol). The staff tries to find you the best deals.
The apartment walls are thin, yes that is true. But honestly its the case in most apartments. If you don't like the noise GET A HOUSE! Sure there is trash lingering throughout the property but that is the doing of the residents. I see the maintenance workers cleaning every day no matter the weather and then you have lazy residents who drive by the dumpster and attempt to throw their trash into it...but miss and don't pick it up.
The area is quiet and peaceful. A good size balcony and updated appliances...good price for the area...
I worried about how the management team is selecting the type of people to move in. It seems like everytime I leave for work or come home, there is trash from McDonalds, soda cans, etc... in the parking lot and on the grass. Also, there is a two bedroom apt next to me that has over 6 different men living there and they all wear flororescent green shirt and must all work for the same company.
I have been a tenant for many years. The tenant service is worst in so many ways compare to the previous owner/ management. After all these years, i m planning to move out when lease is up