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Fox Fire Apartments
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12221 Blanco Rd San Antonio, TX 78216
12221 Blanco RdUSTXSan Antonio78216
(210) 340-2617
Apartments, Apartment BuildingToday 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmTuesday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmWednesday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmThursday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmFriday 8:30 am – 5:30 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
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Veronica Nieto
reviewed 9 months ago
DO NOT MOVE HERE!! BEEN LIVING HERE FOR FOR 6 MONTHS NOW AND ME & MY FAMILY ARE ALREADY WANTING TO BREAK THE LEASE. FIRST OF ALL ITS RIGHT NEXT TO A HIGH SCHOOL WHERE ALL YOU SEE WALKING AROUND OF THE APARTMENTS IS KIDS WEARING SHORTS THAT SHOW THEIR BOTTOMS, 14,16 YR OLD GIRLS AT THAT. SECONDLY WHEN WE MOVED IN THERE WAS HOLES IN THE WALLS THAT WERE BADLY PATCHED UP, THE CARPET DIDN'T LOOK LIKE IT WAS CHANGED OUT, THE MANAGEMENT IS HORRIBLE INCLUDING THE MANAGER RICHARD ALONG WITH THE LADIES IN THE OFFICE WHO ARE RUDE AS HELL! THE ROACHES AREN'T TO BAD IN THE APARTMENT BUT THE WATER IS ALWAYS SHUTTING OFF, MY AC HAS BROKE ALREADY LIKE 3 TIMES AND IT TOOK THEM ALMOST A MONTH TO FIX THE SECOND TIME. ALONG WITH MAINTENANCE, THEY TAKE FOREVER TO FIX YOUR WORK ORDERS. LAST BUT NOT LEAST I DO NOT FEEL SAFE HERE, THERE HAS ALREADY BEEN 4 CAR BURGLARY ATTEMPTS AND 1 SUCCESSFUL ONE RIGHT OUTSIDE MY APARTMENT! ALL IN ALL PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM HERE, THIS PLACE IS HORRIBLE. DON'T GO THROUGH WHAT WE ARE GOING THROUGH.
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Samantha Aguilera
reviewed a year ago
I live at foxfire right now and i enjoy it. Yes they are old but the apartments are cheap. Plus the stove heats up really fast for it being old. I love my apartment and its not loud when its dark. I dont have to worry about my car as well. The only bugs i have were ants but took care of that myself. The parking is not so great and the pipes are off sometimes so i save water on the side. Yes the staff can be better but i have had no problem so far with them. This is a great place if your starting off or you have a small family.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
I enjoy Fox Fire. We are a military family and moved here from out of state. The staff made everything very easy on us, we completed all the application process by email and over the phone. So when we got in town, our apartment was ready to go. The staff was very nice. The apartment was more than we expected. The community is older, but it feels like home. I love all my neighbors and they really welcomed us, with open arms. We brought our childrens puppy, and he loves the doggie park. I didn't even know they made such a thing. The pools are always looking great. I love it!!
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angel g
reviewed 10 months ago
I honestly should have waited all the money I gave to move in here could have been better spent. I thought castle hills would have a better management, work orders, not being so cheap if something major fridge, stove, dishwasher. You will not get a new one, they will order parts for months it may take that long to get them in. then the process starts over. Roaches, auto break ins. I would advs pay the extra 40.00 bucks if you can and go somewhere where your rent check is respected by the way they treat you and family.
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A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
My husband chose this apartment, and he never gets to pick again. We lived at Foxfire from 7/10 - 2/11. Aside from the fact that it's an older apartment, it just wasn't clean when we moved in. The porches in all of the units were in terrible shape and suffer from wood rot. The walls are paper thin, and cigarette smoke and the sounds from the neighbor's barking dog were always present. There are dog parks, but they are constantly filled with poop and people don't clean up poop from the sidewalks. There is a very large high school next door, but we never found that to be an issue. What really got me was the electrical problems. In the summer, our air conditioning broke. The same unit runs the heater, and that broke during the one winter San Antonio got snow. We told them about the fact that it was running continuously, even when off, and they disregarded us. I finally got a maintenance man up, and he "fixed" it, but it broke and had to be repaired several times after that. Finally, it caught fire. I was six months pregnant at the time, and refused to stay in the complex.
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A Google User
reviewed 4 years ago
Our family moved into Foxfire due to my husband's job relocation from another city. We really didn't know San Antonio well enough, and from the online pictures, Foxfire looked like a nice enough apartment complex. How wrong was our impression! During our 7-months stay there, we experienced 3 different neighbors downstairs. First one was nice, and even helped us move. Second one smoked a lot, and we could smell it from our apartment. Third one was just plain loud - they partied and played loud music that vibrated our floor/their ceiling. We contacted Foxfire courtesy patrol - they didn't really do anything, other than asking us to call SAPD. SAPD wouldn't even stop to talk to the neighbor unless they can hear the music from the street. Music was not loud, but the vibrations from the subwoofer were strong. We also formally complained with the management. Crystal, the property manager, was professional enough to come and speak with us. However, nothing really changed. Whenever we called to complain about the music again, she would tell us that she would come as soon as she was through with the visitor at the office, and that pretty much meant she was stuck at the office, and couldn't come. Erik, the assistant manager, really didn't seem to care - to us, he felt more like the bouncer outside a bar. Ashley seemed nice at first glance, but often times, she just acted so cold that we just wanted to leave. Reed was the only friendly person there, but we didn't think he had much authorities in responsibilities there. While we lived there, there were... car alarms going off in the middle of the night; people talking loudly right outside your apartment building at night; people literally standing in the laundry room occupying empty washer/dryer units so we couldn't use them; graffitis on various signs; among other things. Our 3rd neighbor downstairs had a visitor one night that caused an altercation and various obscene words were spoken, resulting in a hole in the front door. Now, I am not saying the entire complex was bad. We met some nice people living there, who actually care enough to say hello and socialize without being loud. The complex sits right on Blanco, which is as central as one can be, which was nice. However, if we were to do this all over again, we will not choose Foxfire at all. Not a chance. At times, I was scared and concerned for our children's safety.
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