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Stillwater Park


4158 Pompton Court Dayton, OH

Updated almost 2 years ago
$479  -  $849
1 - 3 Bed
Available starting Now
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Floor plans
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$479+ 1 750 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$579+ 1 850 ft2 Now
$780 2 1050 ft2 Now
Rent Unit Bath Sq. Ft. Date Available
$849 3 Bedroom TownHome 2 1150 ft2 Now
Amenities
Pets
Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Amenities
Heat Included
Social Events
Online Payments
Semi-private Entries
Package Receiving
Landscaping
24-hour Maintenance
Energy Efficient Windows
Decorating Upgrades
Parking
Off-street Parking
Laundry
On-site Laundry
Property Details
Pets
Breed Restrictions: Apply
Size Restrictions: 50 lb maximum
Number Limit: 2 pet maximum per lease: 1 dog, 1 dog/ 1 cat, or 2 cats
Pet Deposit: $150
Pet Rent: $20
Other: No exotic pets
Additional Details
Last Updated: almost 2 years ago
Contact Number: (937) 275-7000
Rent Report

Below are bedroom price comparisons between Stillwater Park and the average Dayton bedroom price.

Stillwater Park is asking 3% less than the average 3 bedroom apartment in Dayton.

If you downsized to an average priced Dayton 2 bedroom apartment, you would pay 12% more per month.

Stillwater Park provides 9% less square footage than the average Dayton 3 bedroom apartment.

To comfortably afford renting a 3 bedroom unit at Stillwater Park, a tenant should at least have an annual gross income of $30,564.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Stillwater Park
2BR $780 $0.70 $2,340
3BR $849 $0.70 $2,547
Dayton Average
Studio $576 $1.30 $1,729
1BR $695 $1.00 $2,085
2BR $987 $1.00 $2,960
3BR $871 $0.70 $2,613

Availability in Dayton

Knowing what units are available is important when finding the best deal. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

Currently in Dayton there are 185 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Dayton
Studio 15
1BR 106
2BR 185
3BR 52
4BR 1
Where You'll Live
Reviews
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Been here a little over six years so far the experience has been mostly good. The pros: *It's right on the bus 16 line that goes to places like meijers and Walmart in englewood making it convenient to run a quick errand when your car is down or if u wanna save gas. *The maintenance man is always friendly. *Theres a marathon gas station right across the street * The office has little parties during Christmas and summertime. Free food , give away and you get to meet your neibors *Never had issues with pests or bed bugs. The only insects here are camel crickets that are harmless but annoying. *The living room space is big. I fit a computer desk, sectional, love seat and exercise bike in it. * Area is quiet. I'd seen a person post about hearing gun shots and that's a lie. I've lived here over 6 years and the only gun shots I've heard is on New Years when the ball drops in New York. * Most food places deliver here so if your lazy, sick or injured you can order pizza ,Chinese or whatever you want. Not to mention we're close to Main Street so you can pick up anything in a 5 minute errand. *Whenever I needed something fixed they come within 24hrs. Others here complained about it but I've never had an issue. Then again I'm not too picky. The cons: *No assigned parking. Guests can park right in front and you will be forced to walk which sucks in the winter time * Office is no longer slacking on rent so you better pay on time or start packing. They used to be willing to work with you but I guess too many people were falling behind so corporate is cracking the whip. *You can hear your neighbor through the walls. * Can get cold in the winter. The heating vents are controlled by the landlords and sometimes not enough heat is coming in. You better get a space heater. *Kitchen is really small. If you don't cook much it's not an issue but if you do having cabinet space is an issue. You'll have to get a storage cabinet . * They do have a unusually high turnover rate when it comes to office staff. Seems like people come and go every year. I've walked in the office and seen a totally new face. If you need an affordable place to live that's close to downtown Dayton this is it. People complain about the rent that has risen a little bit but it's still better than most places around this area. If you factor in that everything is included except for dp&l and water you'll realize it's a deal. Expecially since the water fee is a flat $25 fee. My dp&l bill is like $30 in the winter and $50 in the summer due to the air conditioner. I'd definitively refer people to give Stillwater a try

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I have lived here for over 2 yrs now and the quality of management and service has unfortunately gone down. Our laundry facilities were limited for some time and now are completely unavailable. The maintenance guys are nice but when we ask them about when our laundry room will be ready they just say soon.

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I've been living at Stillwater Park for almost 2 yrs now. I love my townhouse the Assistant Manager is Awesome she is always professional and goes out of way to help in the community.

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I lived in Stillwater park apartments for 2 years from 2014-2016. The maintenance men were always on time and very down to earth and friendly...I loved living here so much that I've already inquired about getting an apartment there again...I'm just not pleased with the new office lady she's a bit rude...

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I have lived in my apartment for 2yrs and I like my place it's the staff that the issue!!! I have asked for help with the parking and it just falls on death EARS!!!! I'm single person and I have to walk to the other end of the apartment to get a parking place while guests get to park in front of the buildings AND I PAY RENT it's not fair.but no one care's they just want the money on time I'm hoping to move. maybe I will get better PARKING

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I been living in Stillwater Park Apartments since 2011. The grounds are well kept residents around me are nice and respectful. The office staff are very nice and friendly and the maintenance request are filled in a timely manner. I have recommended family and friends to move here.

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We lived there while I was in nursing school to save money. Well maintained community, and the manager, Andrea, was truly the best apartment manager I have had. The only problems we had where when she left for a year, and then when she came back, things started coming back together. The apartment and the area of town no longer fit our needs, but I often wish that they would take over our new community. Better neighborhood, better apartment, but crappy service.

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Apartments are in a not so friendly part of town. It wasn't uncommon to hear gun shots before going to sleep.

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