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Mesa Verde Apartments
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3201 Duval Rd Austin, TX 78759
3201 Duval RoadUSTexasAustin78759
Apartment BuildingToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 9:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
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"...courts, a tennis court, decent fitness room, and a racquet ball court."
"...it was easy to find parking without paying for covered parking spaces."
"...barbecue pits were occasionally broken - ceiling fan switches never worked..."
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Bianca Merino
4 months ago
CURRENTLY LIVING HERE AND HATE IT: Initially these apartments looked great. The model one they showed us had all new appliances and there was plenty of parking. Staff assured us it was easy to find parking without paying for covered parking spaces. ($25 a month per car for a spot) We wanted a 2 bedroom, which they had available but they said it wasn't upgraded to new appliances. We asked if it could be upgraded before we move in but they flat out refused! All the other apartments we visited offered to customize the apartment to our preferences before we moved in. (EspeciallyTramor at the Arboretum!) Well, whatever, we can be happy without upgraded appliances. We sign the lease and eagerly await our move in date. Day of the move in: We walk into our new apartment to discover the kitchen counters are a gross puke green color. We knew we weren't getting upgrades, but holy crap they could have mentioned the counter tops were such an unappetizing color. Next we do a walk through of the apartment and the paint job is horrible. The walls are a tan color and the baseboards are white, and you can tell the white was done after the tan, because there is an uneven edge along the whole wall and the coat is uneven and you can see the tan peeking through the white. There are also holes in the guest bathroom wall which have been sloppily patched over. Bedroom door has a huge crack that has been painted over, not even patched. But wait! It gets worse. There are only about 10 uncovered spots in front of our apartments. And they're not even really in front, they're just the closest ones to the building. Most days I end up having to park 2 buildings down because by the time I get home from work or school, all close spaces are filled. There have even been 4 occasions where all the uncovered parking on my SIDE of the COMPLEX were filled, and I had to park in a covered spot and hope my car didn't get towed. Don't even get me started on how THIN the walls are. Not only can we hear our neighbors, but the AC unit, and MOPAC all day, all night. Their staff is also lazy, and the management is money hungry. There was a pile of glass that sat in the breezeway of our building for almost a whole week! My partner alerted the staff to this matter on a Thursday or Friday, and no body did anything about it until he sent a follow up email to the manager the next week! We have a dog we regularly take out, so shards of glass being all over the place was unacceptable. There are also fire ant mounds all over the parking lot and grassy areas around the apartment. (more like fire ant palaces, they are so large). Currently there is a box of honey comb cereal that has been left outside our building for the past 3 days. And a smashed orange crayon. Previous residents of our building include a moldy bag of animal crackers and dasani water bottle. The cherry on the cake is the $2.50 "utility fee" they started adding on to our rent for "notifications" by which they mean the slip of paper they leave on our door letting us know rent is due. Their response when we protested? "We consulted with our lawyers and it's legal for us to add this charge". Great, just because it's legal doesn't mean you're not an A hole. TLDR: Apartments suck, staff sucks, CAN'T WAIT TO MOVE OUT!
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Ryan Bares
a year ago
I've lived at Mesa Verde for about 1.5 years. The maintenance team is very quick to respond to requests and very thorough. They have 2 pools, 2 volleyball courts, a tennis court, decent fitness room, and a racquet ball court. Rent is pretty fair when comparing rates across the street at the Domain; however, rents are going up. The pool is typically busy during the summer with families and young-professionals. Overall, I've been happy with my time at Mesa Verde.
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Jeff Harlan
2 years ago
Love it!
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Xavier Moreno, AAS
3 years ago
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Ethan Neff
11 months ago
Pros - stainless steel appliances - great floor plans - good water pressure - electrical outlets everywhere - quick maintenance - 3+ mile adventure trail - easy highway access - tennis court - racquetball court - volleyball court - yoga studio - apartment gym (could replace the average user’s gym membership if it had a leg press machine, and 2 additional 10lb barbell weights) Cons - mosquitos - extra $30-50 per month for trash and water - extra $30-40 if you don’t have a washer and dryer (the onsite laundry mat is not convenient) - extra $30 a month if you want a guaranteed parking spot (difficult to find parking on weekends) - the gates did not work for over 7 months - the entrance and exit gates do not open simultaneously (slow to get in and out) - residents sometimes do not clean up their dog poop - front office has inconvenient hours - thin walls - billiards and chess table are only accessible during office hours - no hot tub - 2nd pool rarely cleaned - barbecue pits were occasionally broken - ceiling fan switches never worked (maintenance could not fix) - all my countertops were stained a mustard yellow (maintenance could not fix) - drive-through mailboxes are more gimmicky than anything else - apartment events are frequent, but are nothing special - expect a rent increase once your lease is up Overall 3/5 - It is nice and livable, but overpriced. - If you are working at NI, you can easily save yourself a couple of hundred a month by increasing your drive time by 3-5 minutes.
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Angela Piñeyro De Hoyos
8 years ago
The management at Mesa Verde will try to get every dollar from you they can, but if your negotiation skills are strong enough, this won't be a problem. The rent is high but the apartments are well laid out and classy... Excellent maintenance. The pools are beautiful (though not functional during winter) and the gym and racket-ball courts were always in good shape. Be careful to document everything when you move out--DO the walk-through with the manager, etc to make sure they don't charge for anything extraneous. All-in-all, had a great time while I lived there (lovely though loud in summer) just be careful when you leave!
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A Google User
4 years ago
This place is awesome. The apartments are nice, and the facilities are amazing (pool, fitness center, raquet ball courts, etc). The staff is incredible too. They really do a great job of throwing fun events for the residents, and keeping the property immaculate. Very nice place to live
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