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805 Red Deer Ln

Coraopolis, PA

 /  / 805 Red Deer Ln
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1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at 805 Red Deer Ln in Coraopolis, PA
1 Bedroom 1 Bathroom Apartment for rent at 805 Red Deer Ln in Coraopolis, PA
Dogs Ok Cats Ok
Air Conditioning Dishwasher Balcony, Deck, Patio Water Included
Surface Parking
Washer / Dryer Connections
Property Details
(RLNE2249522) FURNISHED STUDIO Available NOW $650 + electric Quiet country setting
Attic Storage
Fully furnished apartment
Fully equipped kitchen with 10 cubic ft refrigerator, stove, and built in microwave
Full Bath
Air Conditioning
Generous closet space
Vaulted living room ceiling
Off street parking
Montour Trail for walking and biking
West Allegheny School
North Fayette Township
Minutes from downtown Pittsburgh
Close to Robinson Town Center and Settlers Ridge shopping
LA and PA Fitness
Additional Info

Account Type:   Property Manager

Total Unit Count:   64

Last Updated:   2 days ago

Contact Number:   (724) 695-2787

Property Manager: Jmd Apartments
Property Summary
This rental is a Coraopolis apartment located at 805 Red Deer Ln. The property features a unit type of 1 bedroom/1 bathroom with rent starting at $775; the market average is $1,045.
Where You'll Live

805 Red Deer Ln Coraopolis, PA, 15108


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I was a recent tenant of Red Deer Apts. This is my experience living there and how leaving cost me $900. Renting from them was a mixed bag of good and bad. The apartments were built in the 1980s, appeared all original (80’s), and were well overdue for a remodel. To their credit, the management does attempt to keep up with maintenance but the age is apparent. Most of the time, the apartments were quiet but the siren from the nearby fire station could go off at any time day or night. Although the community was pet-friendly, this apparently extended to whatever rodents lived in the walls of my apartment. Overall, the best descriptor I can use for the place was cheap in both cost and condition. The landlord actually was quite nice, at least while I lived there, and worked with me on the lease terms several times. Towards the end of my stay, though, she seemed anxious for me to leave and rent the apartment out to others. She claimed to have gotten three calls inquiring about the apartment. So, out of good faith, I paid the last month in advance. Shortly after, I got a job offer, left, and dropped off the keys. At that time there was over a month left on the lease, which had already been paid for. The landlord stated the apartment should rent quickly and I should receive at least part of the advance rent back. A few weeks later I got a letter stating they were keeping my entire security deposit for cleaning costs. This seemed odd as I recall the landlord saying they cleaned all apartments prior to leasing. A month later I called to find out about my advance rent, and she claimed the apartment had just rented at the end of my lease term. Again this seemed odd given the prior statement and the fact someone had hand-written “Return to Sender” on a few letters delivered to that apartment, which got forwarded to my new address. Also I was still getting notifications from the Post Office’s “Informed Delivery Daily Digest” that others were getting mail at that address. Well, although I can’t prove anything, this whole thing seems very suspicious to me. Keeping the entire security deposit for housecleaning they would have done anyway just seems petty. Someone has been getting mail at that address, and sent a few of my letters back supposedly when the apartment was vacant. Maybe everything the landlord told me is true concerning the apartment didn’t rent during the period I had pre-paid. Maybe they just figured that since I moved out of state pursuing legal action wouldn’t be worth the hassle. Either way, if you are planning to live there I would NOT recommend paying anything in advance and just forget about your security deposit. Once they got your money, you’ll never see it again.
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