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Rated 5 out of 5?by OGPairTree Awesome first apartment!
The Abbey at Eldridge have been great to me. I've lived here since Nov 2012 and I have minimal complaints. The maintenance has always been on point and quick with service. Sometimes the ladies in the office take their time answering the phone but I rarely have to call so it's OK. I live in the back set of Apts so it's kinda annoying having to travel to the leasing office. One main complaint is that I had a Roach problem for the first couple months. The pest service doesn't work at all. I used fire ant killer and haven't seen a Roach since. The area is very nice and quiet. I guess I just got lucky because in my experience I haven't had the problems that I see others have on the Web. My apartment faces Enclave so that's another plus. I would recommend this complex to anyone based on what I've been through. 10/10 would live here again. Don't let the other reviewers deter you. Check them out yourself!
August 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5?by JLW0519 Not Recommended!!!
I stayed here during a time where I was strapped for cash. If you can afford it stay elsewhere. The "renovations" were not well done. the floors were uneven with lots of dips in it. The bathtub from what I could tell had a layer of paint on it to cover stains which I was charged $15 dollars for when I moved out. I guess they thought it needed a new coat of paint. The staff is not at all organized. I paid extra to get a second gate remote that took several trips back to the office to get a working one and now am having to argue with them to get the return on my deposit. Bottom line is, the staff is unorganized and the renovations were poorly done. Don't let the model apartment fool you.
June 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5?by Resident14 Horrible Experience
DO NOT MOVE HERE!! I lived at the Abbey at Eldridge for 14 months and I had so many issues since day 1. First of all, refrigerator and the A/C was not working for the first 2 weeks I lived there and it was summer time! Water was often turned off for days at a time and if the water was on the water would be this gross brown color. Many times I would go to take a shower and there was not any hot water. Many different excuses by the staff have been given for all the problems. Even the turnover rate of their employees is high. Management is not professional and neither is the staff. The pool could not even pass inspection this year so it has been closed for 2 months this summer. When the area has been hit with heavy rain and thunderstorms I would have water and mold growing in the ceiling and in the walls. It was a horrible experience! I bought a house and finally got out of there! It is cheap to live there but so NOT worth it!
June 19, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5?by yayn77 not the best but not the worst
I have lived in quite a few number of apartments in Houston, and The Abbey is better than most. Quiet place to live for the most part, that of course depends on your neighbors. I have had to call on my neighbor to the right at least 6 times since I moved in. My other neighbor that just moved in lets her dog bark all night. This, along with the number of times I have to call maintenance for some thing or other has made me decide to move out when my lease is up. It is an older apartment complex so something is always broken. As I type, I have no hot water (since last night) and it 'should be up in a few'. Also, I recommend you get them to show you the actual apartment you will live in before you sign the lease. I would not have moved here if I had done that.
April 27, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5?by the guy nice place to live except...
The abbey is a nice place to live: good location, quiet, good price for the the space, but they turn the water off during the week and during the day with no warning! It happens at least once a month. If you need to shower before you go work a night shift, good luck because you might be able to.
April 29, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5?by Natarajan Good for living
This apartment is good for living amidst peacful and decent community.
November 10, 2012