Nestled in the heart of Chester lies this unique apartment community. Just minutes away from restaurants and schools, there is something for everyone. White Oak Apartments are located off Route 10 right by I-95, and just minutes from I-288 and I-295; making for a convenient drive to Richmond and the Tri-city area's shopping, restaurants and businesses. White Oak is minutes from Dutch Gap boat landing, Henricus park, Target, Kohls, Martins, Kroger and much more! It's simply the best choice of apartments for rent in Chester, VA.
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Leesa seemed to be a very nice and knowledgeable person about the apartments at White Oak Luxury. My husband and I look forward to possibly making this our home.
First & foremost this is the NOISEST place I have ever lived. I have never lived in an apartment before & expected there would be some level of noise. I also took into account that the apartments are beside a railroad track so I realistically new that I would not be living in complete serenity. From the day we moved in it has been non stop noise. We purposefully got a 3rd floor to avoid noise however it does not matter. You can hear neighbors from every direction. The closet doors in every room are pull closet doors(LOUD) you can hear everyone on every floor under you beside you simply opening & closing closet doors. You know when every neighbor enters or leaves the doors are so noise. It is constant noise. You can hear children screaming laughing crying, people arguing, televisions blaring. The noise from the busy highway both route 10, I95, constant big trucks. On the weekends we are serenaded by the extremely loud noise coming from the I Don't Know Sport& Bar and Grill. The bar stays open until 2 am & they play music so loud that you can hear every word sitting inside& pics. Aside from the noise, we are not even guaranteed a parking space. So I pay $1600 a month for a 1300 sq ft apartment and I have to walk from over flow parking or street parking almost everyday because I get home after 6:30 in the evening and ALL spots are gone. I asked about parking when we toured and was told each apartment has 2 passes which I took to mean that 2 space would be available. It seems very simple fix that you would number the spaces with the coinciding number of your apartment with the closest spots being for the top floors to furthest spots for the first floor. This will not work though becuase there are not enough spots for the 2 passes per apartment. They built an apartment for families advertising passes for 2 cars in which they probably do not have adequate parking for 1car per apartment, there is much more but limited characters so SAVE YOURSELF MONEY & TIME & HEADACHES!
PARKING IS HORRENDOUS! If I had known that Id spend over $1300 per month, and would have to walk 2 blocks to get to my apartment when I return from work, you can rest assured that I WOULD NOT have signed my lease. Secondly, I called at 9am to tell the office that the fire alarm was beeping in the patio closet. No return call. I called again at 4 pm when I got off work, I left another VM no return call. When I got home the alarm was still going off. Now theyre closed. Train horn at all hours!
The staff at White Oak are the best. I've starting my third year living there. The only problem I have is other residence not being considerate. If you're going to exercise especially on machinery you should use the gym. I work long hours, get up at 3 am and when I get home in the evenings I want to relax and enjoy my home. Maybe going forward tenants need to be told up front they're not allowed to do this. Other than that I love my place. Car Wash section would be nice!!
change to dish was a nightmare (took too long and it's terrible) office no longer takes packages which is an inconvenience I usually would put the check in the mail early, until it was cashed 5 or 6 days before the first of the month, which should not happen when the check is dated for the first it's pretty obvious that every change that has taken place after being here for three years is all money for the business, with very few beneficial things for residents