Overall it's not a bad place to live. The inside's could use a little updating but other than that I have no complaints. If you have any repairs they are always fixed that day or the next. Lesley is the manager of the leasing office and is extremely helpful and nice to deal with. If you're looking for a new place to live, in a great location that's priced fair, consider Glenmuir.
Amber and Nicole are the best, very accommodating!!
this is a great place to live. maintenance is great and i would have love to stay but had to move.
Very beautiful surroundings and views. The staff and maintenance crew is very nice and helpful. Longest wait I have ever had for a maintenance call was 12 hours. Price is a little high for the amount of space you get. I live in a 2 bed, 1 1/2 bath townhouse and am sure the square footage measurements are inaccurate. The residents here are all very nice, it's not "little Mexico" or "little India" here if you catch my drift. My one biggest complaint is the construction of the buildings. Although they are new(er) (built in 2001 I believe), they did not do a very good job constructing these units. First off, the AC units in the back are not even bolted down to the cement blocks! (Although the cement isn't even actually set into the ground either). You can literally pick up or rock the AC unit. Another construction fault has to do with the upstairs floor-boards. They creek so loud!! In the middle of the night, I can hear random floor boards creaking for 2-3 minutes straight with no one moving around in the townhome. The insulation of the downstairs is non existent, especially in the 1/2 bath. In the winter, it get's down to about 30 degrees in that bathroom--hello door snake. The downstairs stays VERY cold in the winter. Overall, for the price, and options that are available in C-bus, it's a good place to live.