Woods Of Jefferson Apartments
Resident · 2009
I have lived in various placed in my life being military and I consider myself an adept person at reviewing my own habitat. There literally cannot be enough bad things to be said about this place. It is conveniently located. The office staff is horrible and none of them are intelligent. Such as posting signs saying "rent is due" on your door on the 2nd of the month when you have till the 5th at 3pm to pay. Telling you that you have to move your car because the parking lot is being "sealed" and apparently they were talking about someone else's lot.. which never got sealed. There aren't enough parking places and the numbers are worn off. It's not uncommon for me to come home from work and find someone in my parking spot. The grounds are well maintained and the neighbors are all friendly but each neighbor you talk with will tell you their "woods of jefferson horror story". Before long you too will have one. The maintenance is quick but HORRIBLE. It's some old mentally unstable ex-army guy who's been given a rusty screw driver and a lightbulb and they expect him to fix things. He clearly has "zero budget" to get it fixed. Everything is jerry rigged. The painting job is horrible. The doorknobs came out of a dumpster. The doors don't close properly. The cabinets are from 1972 and are scratched up really badly. Most of the drawers just fall out if you try and open them. The fridge is tiny and just as old and my kitchen faucet was made for a utility sink. (it's very low and difficult to get under to even fill a glass of water) An empty toilet takes three or four attempts to flush. The heating units just blow cold air and run 24/7 especially in the dead of winter. (the AC works good though) Summary: This is a slum. They want your money but will do anything and everything to spend as little as possible. From prepping it for new residents to maintaining it while you live there. There are lots of military bases around and someone else will certainly move into your vacant spot. LET THEM. Do not suffer the misery my family has gone through living here.