Where do I even start? I've lived in many different apartment complexes over the past 12 years and this place is by far the worst experience I've ever had.
First of all, just be aware that a king-sized mattress does not fit through the stairwell of the townhomes. Now to the endless list of maintenance issues... Please keep in mind I only lived there for 8 weeks:
1. At move in, the hot water only trickled out of the shower in the 3/4 and in the bath tub in the full bath. The problem could not be fixed with the parts on hand, and parts had to be ordered.
2. A couple of days later, the hot water issue was fixed, but for that, the shower head constantly dripped. After another call to maintenance to fix the dripping, more parts needed to be ordered.
3. Then, suddenly the furnace and a/c did not work. When maintenance came back a couple of days later to fix the dripping shower, I asked them to look at the thermostat. They were able to fix the problem immediately, as they TURNED OFF THE FURNACE in the locked utility closet a few days before thinking it was a light switch. So, no heat or a/c for a few days in March with a tiny infant. Wonderful.
4. Then about a week later, the dishwasher pump went out. Put in another maintence request. Pump needed to be ordered. Then the routine maintenance of the entire complex prevented the pump being replaced for two weeks, i.e. two weeks of washing everything by hand.
5. Three weeks after move in, the refrigerator stopped cooling. Had to throw away many items in the freezer. This was repaired promptly after notifying the office. The dishwasher was fixed the same day.
6. A few days later, noticed water coming up from between the laminant pieces in the kitchen. Yet another call to maintenance. Turns out, the tubing to the dishwasher had a hole in it. And I was required to run an industrial-sized blower/dryer in the kitchen 24 hours for several days... very fun, considering I had to sleep in the living room on the pull-out couch because my mattress was stored in the garage because it didn't fit through the stairwell...and not to mention wash everything by hand yet again.
7. Another annoying bit, because it was a corner unit, I couldn't park my car in front of my garage since the space is too short, so had to rent a carport to be guarenteed a parking space off of the street.
8. And the last kicker, I realized after returning the keys that I left some baking sheets in the drawer under the oven. When I called to see if I could pick them up, I was told they throw away anything and everything left in the apartments after move-out.
Finally (an I'm not sure Bradburn can really be held responsible for this one, but it is an inconvenience of living there), there is no outgoing mailbox within walking distance because of "regular vandalism". So every piece of outgoing mail had to be driven to the next mailbox.
At over $1900/month, I really had higher expectations.
The only thing this place has going for it is location.