Lake Village of Rochester Hills
Resident · 2010 - 2012
Put your mountain goat order on hold, they finally mowed! It's true, the grounds have been woefully neglected lately, unless you're fond of overgrown grass and weeds. Good for those pesky ticks; bad for seasonal allergies. If you're looking for a momento of your stay at Lake Village, you only need to walk outside your door to pick up a piece of the brick facade that has come unglued from the side of the building - leaving the insulation exposed. Good for those little critters that now have a warm place to burrow inside the apartment walls; bad for the mold that has developed from water entering the ground level. I'd definitely recommend the upper unit if you have a choice. Yes, it might cost you a few more dollars per month, but with the rash of burglaries in lower units lately, it's worth it. Plus, you get a fireplace. Now that's a win - win. Hey, there's a pool! And this year, I don't think anyone pushed any ceramic planter into it, so it's been open for the swim season. Now that's a relief in this heat. The office people are nice, and our indoor maintenance is super, but the management company is skimpy with their resources, which makes it hard for the people that work for him to keep up with all of the demands of an aging complex. He's not shy about increasing the rent though. Probably needs the money to order the goats!