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Tuckaway Heights


5470 S Tuckaway Ln Greenfield, WI

Updated 12 days ago
$815  -  $1,010
1 - 2 Bed
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Amenities
Pets
Cats Ok
Amenities
Air Conditioning
Dishwasher
Storage
Disability Access
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Trash Removal Included
Public Transportation
Living Room
Smoke-free Community
Carpet
Elevator
Microwave
Range / Oven
Parking
Surface Parking
Garage - Attached
Laundry
On-site Laundry
Property Details
Description
(RLNE2717576) Deluxe 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath ~ Gas Included for Heat, Hot Water & Cooking! ~ Please call for available dates before applying. - Tucked away in a quiet, residential neighborhood, the park-like setting of Tuckaway Heights Apartment Homes will be the perfect place for you to call home. Our spacious and updated Deluxe apartments feature remodeled kitchens and bathrooms with quality oak cabinetry and include a dishwasher. Relax and enjoy your completely updated, sparking clean apartment home! We are just minutes to all the conveniences you need to make your life easier - freeway access, shopping including Southridge Mall, 84 South retail development, many restaurants and so much more. Call our friendly staff to schedule a personal tour and for availability at 414-281-6030. No Dogs Allowed
Additional Details
Account Type: Other
Total Unit Count: 241
Last Updated: 12 days ago
Contact Number: (414) 281-6030
Rent Report
Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Greenfield Average
1BR $962 $1.40 $2,887
2BR $1,101 $1.10 $3,303

Availability in Greenfield

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 Greenfield there are 56 2BR units available. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Greenfield
Studio 2
1BR 31
2BR 56
3BR 2
Where You'll Live
Reviews
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Pros: Free Heat Great Maintenance Friendly Staff Ample parking Non-noisy neighbors Barbecue spots! Garage spots. Free Storage spot Cons: Tenants with kids running/playing in the parking lot. No 2 bath or 1.5 bath apartments Limited Laundry equipment

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I lived here in a one bedroom May 2008 - April 2016 and I never had any major issues. I read through some of the negative comments about no more pool, no more tennis courts, and the noise. I actually wish I had lived there when they built the garages. The only people who used the tennis courts were kids kicking around a soccer ball anyway. Everyone gets a parking spot so I dont know why youre driving around looking for a spot... and the garage is a great way to protect from the elements. I was glad to see the pool go because it was always full of 20 kids, so you really couldnt enjoy a peaceful day anyway. As far as noise, I never personally had problems, but I guess that really depends on your neighbors. The units are carpeted which I think helps. I loved free heat and kind of miss cranking it to 75 in the winter. The maintenance guys are friendly and theyll fix whatever is wrong in your unit as quickly as possible. Beware: they will raise your rent almost every year. Also, different people pay different rates, but this is likely due to what you signed on for rent at the time.

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I have been here for almost 4 years. The best part is maintenance service. They will respond as soon as possible and resolve the issue mostly on same day. The maintenance guys are very friendly. Heat is free and provide online services to pay rent. No additional charges for water or garbage disposal. Few concerns, 1. Rent is not evenly distributed for similar type of homes (Standard or deluxe) 2. No additional amenities. Very difficult to let children play around. you will get a memo every month.

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I have no complaints about Tuckaway Heights at all. The ladies in the office are very friendly and the maintenance guys are wonderful. I never had any issues with noise and I felt like I was in a safe neighborhood. Highly recommend renting at Tuckaway Heights!!

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A great apartment to live in. Lived there for 3 years, the neighbors are friendly, safe and quiet neighborhood, and the managers are very helpful if any issues arise. Apartment is very clean, you have your own storage, ac unit for those humid days and rent is very affordable for a 2 bedroom apartment. Highly recommend.

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This community of apartment buildings are quiet, spacious, and well maintained. The units are spacious,clean, and modern. The apartments have a well staffed main office for any questions or needs along with several maintenance employees available. Each building has a picnic table and grilling area. These buildings are close enough to downtown Milwaukee and Milwaukee's East Side and all the restaurants and entertainment it has to offer while still having a quiet suburb feel.

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Very nice apartment complex with professional management and responsive, efficient maintenance staff. I moved from Ohio a year and a half ago and have been very happy here. Gas heat is more comfortable than electric and central air is great. New garages are a nice addition. Quiet residential area very close to everything. Check it out!

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My husband an I have been living at Tuckaway Heights since June, 1997. We have been extremely happy with the apartment complex. Maintenance issues are handled in a time manner. Staff are friendly and always willing to help. When a major transformation is to take place such as the pool being repaired or building garages the office always asks their tenant families whether they want this or not and how much their rent would be increased. The grounds are well maintained and I love the fact that the complex is located in a park like setting complete with picnic tables and grills. There is central air and insulated windows as well as carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in the apartments. (Maintenance changes the batteries at the beginning of each year.) Hallways are vacuumed and the laundry area cleaned each week. I read one person's review that he was upset because during snow storms you had to remove your car be 9am for the parking lot to be plowed and if you didn't you would get a ticket and have your car towed. What he failed to mention is that at the start of winter the office sends out a memo to each apartment reminding them that after snow storms their cars have to be removed from the parking area so that parking lot can be plowed. While no one likes to go out early in the morning in the cold to clean off their car, it eventually has to be done. Besides, you are not being charged for snow plow removal which if you owned your own home would have to pay for. As for being ticketed and getting towed, I would be upset if I went out moved my car but my spot was not plowed because the tenant next to me was too lazy to move his or her car. I feel that Tuckaway's rent is reasonable for what is included and I will always recommend Tuckaway Heights to anyone who is looking for a well maintained apartment complex located in a very safe area with locked lobbies and well lighted parking lots.

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I love my apartment! It's one of the most spacious I have lived in/seen. The closet space is amazing. Bedroom is spacious. Kitchen/dining area gives plenty of space! The dishwasher is what sold me on it lol The grounds are well kept year round! You also get 1 assigned off street parking spot and there are reserved spots for tenants besides the visitor parking for visitors, which is more parking then I have seen at most places (even with the installation of the garages). It is also very nice to have grills and picnic tables around the grounds! You don't see that at a lot of apartments. As amazing as my apartment is I truly believe the people are what make it extra special! The office staff is super friendly and helpful as are the maintenance people! I am not high maintenance by any means but there are several members of the staff who remember me. Any repairs are done promptly! The neighbors are just as great! I've had one of my neighbors offer to walk me to my door when it was later at night. Nothing is perfect but tuckaway heights walks pretty close to perfection! And I feel I need to give my 2 cents on some of the issues people have mentioned because i feel they misrepresent the apartment.....It is after all apartment living and I do not hold the complex responsible for how others behave, you can only see so much on a background check after all. And in apartment style living like this you won't get 100% quiet and with the number of buildings on the property I know everyone has a different experience, but overall my building is amazing. I have had the rude neighbors and the ones I share here in my building are pretty great. Sure sometimes the kids are a little loud and it can be a little annoying but they are kids, and after 10pm there are minimal noise issues around here. And I would have no problem asking my neighbors to keep it down a bit first before flipping out. The pool was broken and they sent out a vote on what WE wanted to do about it. They didn't just wake up and decide to take the pool away. And either way it would cost us, it was just a matter of what we were willing to put forth. It obviously cost more to fix it then it did to turn it into a sundeck. People have been asking about building garages so they did it...there are obviously going to be people upset about the spots lost however we have one ASSIGNED parking spot and then you get to park in one of the reserved spots as well as part of your lease, so that is still 2 parking spots per apartment that we did not lose. Sometimes the majority rules on decisions like this. As far as the tennis courts, I never saw anyone playing on them and I am sure Greenfield has several parks with courts. In my area of the apartment grounds I have NEVER almost hit a child. People outside socializing is not a bad thing. In fact they encourage it with grills and picnic tables all around! I have never had a problem with my neighbors, they are always respectful after 10pm with the noise. I do not blame the apartment for noise from children and families, that is things you run into in apartment living. As far as the people who walk in circles, I have never felt unsafe from them, they are just out taking a walk and I see nothing wrong with that...It is called exercise and maybe people shouldn't be so stereotypical and maybe you wouldn't "feel unsafe". And if people are getting memos on their doorstep their neighbors probably complained on them. In my building there are 3 of us who put the trash bags in the hallway for a little while before we take them out and none of us have complained or gotten "memos" but if you are leaving them there for a while then you deserve the memo you receive. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions obviously, and I am not here to sway anyone one way or another. But it would be unfair to let a few bad apples destroy the bunch.

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My oh my have things changed around here.... This used to be a great place to live, but many things have gone downhill, quickly. 1) The clientele base: It appears that what seemed like stricter policies to apply and reside at Tuckaway has gone out the window to stuff their buildings. And I mean literally stuffed them. At one point we were living above a two-bedroom apartment that occupied AT LEAST 3 adults, and 3 children. How is this even allowed? Imagine the noise! Constant banging (to the point where our walls ABOVE THEM shook), loud music, slamming doors, screaming, etc etc etc. Resident and neighbor quality took a nose-dive, with buildings being much noisier, derelict vehicles parked in the parking lots (some FILLED with junk), people parking like jerks, garbage on the premises, I could go on and on. The neighbors next to us constantly swore and screamed at their small children. Three different units in our building apparently were quite chummy, and constantly congregated in the hall, leaving their doors open and their kids running wild like we were living in some kind of college dorm.Management did nothing besides write notes to these people. Lot of good that did. 2) Speaking of kids, this place has become a daycare/zoo. Kids run rampant in the parking lots. Biking, scootering, running, playing in and around dumpsters and construction... On a daily basis I would nearly hit a small child while driving to or from work, because the residents treat the parking lot like a playground. Someone is going to get killed in these parking lots. I've had kids playing ON and around my car, with their parent standing right there, while their child beat on my bumper. Again, no help from management. "Well do you know what building they are in?" I even called them one time, while the office was open, when at least 6-7 adults and 6 children were just standing in the middle of the parking lot, and said "come on out if you want to see the offending parties" and nothing. Just another note stuck on our mailboxes. 3) The entitled management: Not naming names, but the apartment management really needs to get off of their high-horses. Besides Amber, the rest of the staff consistently made me feel as if I was bothering them, and would flat out ignore you if there was a new applicant present. Not sure about the opinion of anyone reading this, but I would think a long-time, 6 year resident should take priority over a random walk-in. And on top of all that, they would not actually be proactive and FIX any problems, outside of leaving notes on the mailboxes. Yet I would do something absolutely HORRIBLE like leave a garbage bag out in the hall for an hour (eye-roll) or prop the door open WHILE WE WERE MOVING, and I'd get a threatening note left at my door the next day. 4) Tuckaway? Try TAKEAWAY. The last 3 years of living there, we lost a swimming pool, the tennis courts, and a TON of parking spaces (replaced with eye-sore garages). Surely, losing these big-ticket amenities would make our rent go down, right? NOPE. Try having it go up, repeatedly, every year I've been there. Bad bad clientele, losing out on amenities while paying MORE for rent, feeling like I am in a daycare, entitled management... the list goes on and on. I would give this place 1-star, but the maintenance crew is top-notch, and get anything and everything fixed same-day. If it weren't for those guys, this would be a 1-star review.

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Hands down - Best apartments to live in for the price in the the Milwaukee area. We lived there for over 4 years and have had nothing short of a great experience. The staff and maintenance techs are all very friendly and reasonable to work with and the apartment itself is in overall great condition. The effort and detail put into the care of the grounds really made the overall experience of living at the location that much more inviting. *****Highly recommended all around.

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