The rent at 1220 Four Seasons Drive ranges from $710 for a two bedroom to a $830 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 22% more expensive than the Reynolds Corners average.
This apartment is in the Reynolds Corners neighborhood in Toledo. Nearby parks include Swan Creek Preserve Metropark, Winterfield Park and Laurel Hill Swim and Tennis Club.
1220 Four Seasons Drive has a Walk Score of 21 out of 100. This location is a Car-Dependent neighborhood so almost all errands require a car.
Swimming Pool with Tanning Deck, Beautifully Landscaped Grounds with Picnic Tables, Pet Friendly*, 24 Hour Fitness Center, Washer & Dryer Connections in Each Home, Central Air, Open Floor Plans, Private Entrance, Handicap Accessible, Walk-In Closets, Ample Storage, Monthly Resident Events
Pets allowed: No
bpavspitcha33 Aug 18, 2015
This complex is without a doubt the worst place I have lived. Living here used to be great (I was there through the management change). When they switched owners, the place went downhill quick. I had my car and my apartment (top story so don't let them convince you it's safe) broken into on separate occasions. The guy below me had his apartment broken into several times. All of this happened after management change because they felt that our safety was not worth paying for security details. New manager is very rude and has even hung up on me before. If you have any issues with management, they refuse to give out a supervisor contact. Don't bother looking online because it is not posted. Very strange, sketchy company with the worst service I have seen in my life. They frequently state all residents will be denied access to the pool if xxxx doesn't stopping doing xxxxx. They hold it over the head of everybody to get what they want from one person. I would absolutely without a doubt not recommend this place to ANYBODY. I've never had an issue with any apartment until this group. Please, please don't be fooled by these ladies and just walk away.
Stacey Ziegler Feb 21, 2014
I moved in a little over a year ago and just renewed my lease. After living in a house for so many years I admit I was hesitant about living in an apartment but the staff here really does go out of their way to make sure you feel at home. Maintenance is always taken care of quickly and the girls in the office are always willing to answer questions and deal with issues. I live in a two bedroom upstairs and love my vaulted ceilings and having a washer and dryer. I had a family member who lived here a few years ago when it was Four Seasons and so much has changed (for the better!). New management really does care about their investment. Keep up the good work!
Amanda Nicole Apr 23, 2014
My family and I have lived in the same HUGE house for over 40 years; coming to an apartment is a drastic change. When we drove around the grounds to get a feel for the area we were blown away. Everything was beautiful, well-kept and any person we came across was smiling and greeted us like they have known us for years. The management personnel were very helpful, informative and made you feel comfortable asking any questions. The move for our family will be tough and emotional but Willow Crest is beautiful, very well lit and most importantly diverse.