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Brookstone Village

3515 Brookstone Dr. Cincinnati, OH

2.5 22 reviews
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Updated 12 days ago
$1,125 - $1,475
1 - 2 Bed
1 - 2 Bath

760 - 980 Sq. Ft.

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Move-in by 11/15/2018 when sign a 13 month lease on one of our vacant apartments and get on month free!
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Some Transit
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Somewhat Bikeable
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1 Bed • 1 Bath
$1,125 - $1,250
760 ft2
3 Available
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2 Beds • 2 Bath
$1,325 - $1,475
980 ft2
6 Available
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In-unit Laundry
Air Conditioning
Fitness Center
Balcony, Deck, Patio
Stainless Steel Appliances
Community Events
Range / Oven
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Dogs Ok
Cats Ok
Pet Friendly Community
Off-street Parking
Property details

Brookstone Village Apartments in Cincinnati are the apartments to rent for those looking for a combination of city living, but with enough space to stretch out and enjoy the benefits of an affluent community. Located in the prestigious area of Oakley, the Oakley Playground and Hyde Park Golf & Country Club are just around the corner as well as many area parks and golf communities. The fun festivities on the Ohio River will keep you entertained most weekends and if you enjoy being part of the urban hustle and bustle, the city streets of Cincinnati are minutes away. However, the best part of Brookstone Village Apartments is coming home to an area surrounded in natural beauty with grounds that are well kept and amenities that have been created with your lifestyle in mind.

Additional Details
Total Unit Count: 276
Last Updated: 12 days ago
Contact Number: (833) 201-5573
Emergency Services
Name Type Distance
McGrath Health and Wellness Center Hospital 2.77 miles
Oakley Fire Station 0.44 miles
Madisonville Fire Station 1.48 miles
Kennedy Heights Fire Station 1.97 miles
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes. There are 9 available units at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 9 units vacant and ready for immediate occupancy.
What's the square footage of the available units?
The available units range from 760 to 980 square feet.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats and dogs.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 and 2 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 and 2 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
Rent on available units ranges from $1,125 to $1,475. Brookstone Village has 1 bedroom units available starting at $1,125 and 2 bedroom units available starting at $1,325.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 3515 Brookstone Dr. in Cincinnati, OH. It's 6.2 miles northeast from the center of Cincinnati.
By Anonymous Reviewer, March 29, 2018
Great location. Clean apartments. Other than that, there are many cons. Rent is high. Electricity and gas are outrageously high... 3x what my old apartment was and I run the heat at 64 degrees in the winter. Cable and Internet bundle (mandatory) is $100 a month & I never even watch cable but cannot cancel. Look elsewhere.
By Won Garcia, May 08, 2018
Originally we only visited Cincinnati to just look around at the apartments. Instead we ended up signing a lease and placing a deposit. Our leasing agent Kearstan really made us feel like apart of the family. She really took her time to find the perfect home for us. We arent from the area but her knowledgeable experience helped a bunch. What a pleasant experience from the recent ones weve had. We cant wait to call Brookstone home!

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By Phil Dworkin, March 29, 2018
To start, we were unable to move in on start date due to the apt not being ready yet. When we got the go ahead the unit filthy and missing multiple items such as a dryer, closet doors, unfinished bathroom, missing screens (still don't have those), broken stove, broken dishwasher. Keep in mind this was for a "renovated" unit. To be fair, they refunded those first three weeks of rent for us, but it put us in a bind as we had a lease that ended right as the one at Brookstone started. Base rent may seem cheaper than other apts (ours was $730 per person) but when you add up everything its closer to $900 - you could live cheaper in a lot of spots downtown. The first billing which includes trash, community services, cable, pool heating, etc is about $200 a month. This does not include Duke Energy bill which varies from $100-$180 a month (summer is much higher). So depending on which way Duke goes it adds up quick. Besides from that the units are solid but you can tell they've been there for a while. Anytime you turn on the water you can hear the pipes rattling, our friends a few units down came home to 4 inches of water after one of theirs burst. The master bedroom w/bathroom attached is way bigger than the other bedroom in the 2 bedroom apts, the second bedroom is still a decent size though. Maintenance requests are hit and miss. Some things they are quick about if you keep prodding them, others like our screens (put in request in September, it is now March) they are terrible at. The turnover at their leasing office is pretty high as it changed over 3 times in the last 9 months. It is super quiet around the apartments which is nice but overall they are cookie cutter older apartments. Right by the highway, Oakley Square, and MadTree which is a plus as well. Ultimately I wouldn't recommend living here and we are moving out at the end of our lease. For $900 there are way better options than Brookstone.

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By Kim Jacobs, August 12, 2017
I lived here for one year and one year only. The price for my one bedroom of 1099 is way too high for what it was. I also have a friend who just moved into the complex and pays a few hundred dollars less, also for a one bedroom. That's crazy. The first billing bill is about 200 dollars, and you have to use time warner/spectrum. You gave no control over that bill. I lived near the pool and never had a parking spot close to my apartment on the weekends because nonresidents would be there swimming. The person above me flooded his apartment and leaked all through my kitchen. They didn't repaint my ceiling for the remaining 6 months I had lived there. Once they knew I wasn't renewing my lease, they decided to wait until after I moved to paint the water marks on my ceiling from the leak. My heat was broken in the winter and it took multiple days to get it fixed even though it's considered an 'emergency' maintenance. The garbage was constantly overflowing and caused a big odor. The gate to get in and out that we pay for every month would go weeks without being addressed. If I wasn't paying almost 1400-1500 for a one bedroom there, it wouldn't be so bad. The appliances were all nice and the apartment was clean. Also, there was a couple and two black labs who lived above me for a few months. All I heard was them running around all day. There should be a weight limit for dogs if they aren't on the first floor.

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By Kevin S, April 24, 2017
Pretty decent place for the price. No real problems with my unit although the walls might be a little thin for some....I can hear a dude snoring from an adjacent unit each night (get that checked out, man!) Kearstan at the front desk is better than most people, and I'd trust her with my life.....

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By Reagan Ditzel, April 17, 2017
I moved to Brookstone in December 2016. I have had nothing but pleasant experiences since! The new management has been very helpful in fixing everything that has needed fixing. Also was able to get a brand new dryer and water heater. Kearstan was very helpful throughout the leasing process, and makes living here a joy! Any issue I have had has been addressed and fixed within 24 hours. They do their best to keep everyone happy and make living at Brookstone worth it!

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By Renz Lauren, September 15, 2015
I love the location ... It is right in the middle of Hyde park and Oakley. I love having the 24 hour gym!!! The maintenance staff is great and fixes everything so quickly!!!

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By Harrison Wolfe, August 11, 2015
I recently moved to Brookstone after graduating college and I absolutely love it! Coming from an apartment complex located near the University of Cincinnati it has been a great change. Just what I was looking for as I start my career. The apartment layout is great and the resident facilities are a great plus. A great place to live for anyone

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By Nathan Vicar, August 11, 2015
I just relocated from another apartment in the Cincinnati area and I must say that the staff and accommodations have been really outstanding. The staff has been so open and helpful! When i moved into my apartment they were there to check out things first hand and to help make sure that everything was up to par with what was needed. I couldn't have picked a better place! One thing that I must say is that the apartments are super nice and very spacious! I highly recommend living here!

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By Jeff Morehead, February 13, 2015
My roommate and I have lived at Brookstone Village for four months now. We have had an excellent time thus far. All of our (very minor) maintenance requests have been completed to satisfaction extremely fast and the entire community is quiet and we have never once had an issue with noise from a neighbor. Our apartment is clean and comfortable with a modern kitchen, appliances and washer and dryer. The workout space is modern and clean and I cannot wait until the pool is open. There are very little downsides to the community. One is the issue of parking, which mind you 90% of the complex has plenty of. However, living in the back of the complex leaves more apartments that parking spots and coming home later that 9 or 10 pm often leaves me parking further away than I would like. This minor downside does not detract from the countless benefits of the complex. Everything is modern and comfortable and I would definitely recommend this place to a friend.

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By Jordan M., May 25, 2012
I'm proud to be a resident here at Brookstone Village Apartments, especially with summer upon us. Brookstone is a great place to live for the young...

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Rent report

Brookstone Village Rent vs. Cincinnati Average

Brookstone Village is asking 9% more than the average 2 bedroom apartment in Cincinnati.

If you upsized to an average priced Cincinnati 3 bedroom apartment, you would pay 29% more per month.

If you downsized to an average priced Cincinnati 1 bedroom apartment, you would pay 22% less per month.

Brookstone Village provides 5% less square footage than the average Cincinnati 2 bedroom apartment.

Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Brookstone Village
1BR $1,250 $1.60 $3,750
2BR $1,468 $1.50 $4,403
Cincinnati Average
Studio $1,060 $1.70 $3,181
1BR $1,104 $1.50 $3,311
2BR $1,348 $1.30 $4,044
3BR $1,900 $1.30 $5,700
4BR $1,540 $0.80 $4,620

Availability in Cincinnati

In order to find the best deal, you need to know what types of units are available. Property managers may be willing to give concessions if they have many vacant units.

There are currently 654 2BR units on the market in Cincinnati. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Cincinnati
Studio 91
1BR 583
2BR 654
3BR 115
4BR 19
To comfortably afford an apartment, we recommend having at least three times your monthy rent in gross household income.
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Nearby Colleges

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College

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