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Nestled on a gorgeous 32-acre park-like setting in prestigious York County, Grafton Station Apartments offers exceptional living in an exceptional location! The apartment homes at Grafton Station are spacious and elegantly appointed with outstanding design elements, such as open, airy kitchens, an abundance of natural light, washer/dryer connections and oversized balconies/patios.
Our charming community boasts a vast array of high-end amenities that can't be topped! Resident benefits include a saltwater swimming pool with sundeck, tennis court, 24-hour fitness center, walking trails around a stocked lake and more!
Call today to schedule your personal tour or just stop by after work, shopping or dining. It won't take you long to get here; we are conveniently located near Peninsula Town Center, Yorktown Beach, Newport News Airport, Langley Air Force Base, NASA, Yorktown Naval Weapons Station, Christopher Newport University, Newport News Shipyard and more!
If you are considering this apartment complex, do yourself a big favor and find a different complex. There are roaches in most of the apartments and the apartments are all old, in need of renovation or the entire building needs demolished. Sheriff deputies in multiple cars were constantly at the complex dealing with domestic issues or criminal/drug problems. Management is useless in resolving issues and will try to find any way to charge you fees after moveout for non cleaning (even if it was cleaned spotless) or a standard fee that applies to any size apartment. If you have no choice and have to rent from Grafton Station, take a lot of photos during your move-in inspection and especially before you turn the keys into the office prior to moveout. Take pictures of everything, inside the appliances and cabinets, closets, etc. Make sure you demand a copy of all signed paperwork especially the 60 day notice for moving out. Make sure to get a copy of the form listing the day and time of the moveout inspection. Beware: if you end up being charged for fees, management will not notify you in a timely manner and will automatically send the final charges/invoice to a Collection Agency/Lawyer, Asset Recovery. Grafton Station will also try to get you to pay for the full replacement cost for carpet even when you are only responsible for the remaining life of the carpet. Grafton Station will not communicate to reach a fair settlement. They will have Asset Recovery file a suite in small claims court even if the invoice is incorrect. Grafton Station and its parent company are unethical and corrupt. Stay away at all cost.
The two biggest irritants were the cockroach problem and the presence of stale cigarette smoke from the previous tenants, neither we could get rid of. I had a newborn baby so, living in those conditions made it uncomfortable and stressful. The bug problem was extremely upsetting considering how clean I kept our apartment.
The place was nasty upon move in. The carpets were never replaced and come to find out the previous tenant was evicted and a total slob. Office still did not replace carpets even after realizing the error. We had a constant issue with bugs, even fleas (Although had no pets). Noise was always an issue. They will accept ANYONE as a resident. Apartments are outdated, with old furnishings. Maintenance needs to be properly trained to handle issues as well. Pool was not properly functioning
Thin walls and disrespectful neighbors. Mngt staff would not do anything about neighbors that broke quiet hour rules and multiple reports from many of the people in our building. Potholes and snow removal in parking lots were awful. Apartment kitchen is outdated. Model they show you in the tour is not what you get in reality.
The only reason I live here is because it's 12 miles going in the opposite direction for my husband and son to go to work. I've lived in this community for many years. I've seen management companies come and go with promises to do better than the last. Maybe just one these companies that come through here make good on there promise. Maybe there could be some kind of consideration when placing new tenants not to put a bunch of single guys above a family. Maybe there could be community events.