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Springbrook Apartments


23 Wood Creek Dr Rome, NY

4.6 17 reviews
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Updated 22 hours ago
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1 Bed
1 Bath

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Location ratings
Walk Score®
7
Car-Dependent
Bike Score®
36
Somewhat Bikeable
Floor plans
1 Bed • 1 Bath
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1 Available
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2 Beds • 1 Bath
$775
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3 Beds • 1 Bath
$875
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$875
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Amenities
On-site Laundry
Washer / Dryer Connections
Furnished
Disability Access
Refrigerator
Garbage Disposal
Trash Removal Included
Pool
Public Transportation
Section 8
Range / Oven
Elevator
Meal Plan Available
Dishwasher
High-speed Internet
Smoke-free Community
Microwave
Fees & leasing info
Pets
Cats Ok
Parking
Surface Parking
Garage - Attached
Property details
Description

Springbrook Apartments are located in the city of Rome, NY but offer a country-like setting. Choose from 1, 2, or 3 bedroom apartments. Each apartment comes with newly remodeled interior and appliances! Each unit has a spacious living room, kitchen with plentiful counter space, family-sized dining area, and closet space! Laundry care is available on site. Please call 315-339-0300 or email SpringbrookApts@crmrentalmgmt.com for more information.

(RLNE660686)

Additional Details
Account Type: Property Manager
Total Unit Count: 1
Last Updated: Updated 22 hours ago
Contact Number: (315) 339-0300
Internet Providers
Provider Max Download Speed (Mbps) Max Upload Speed (Mbps)
Charter Communications 940.0 35.0
ViaSat, Inc. 100.0 3.0
Hughes Network Systems, LLC 25.0 3.0
VSAT Systems, LLC 2.0 1.3
Data from June 2020 provided by the FCC
Nearby Hospitals
Name Distance
Rome Memorial Hospital 1.32 mi.
Central New York Psychiatric Center 9.54 mi.
Faxton St. Luke's Healthcare St. Luke's Campus 13.73 mi.
Nearby Fire Stations
Name Distance
Rome Fire Department 2.16 mi.
Rome Fire Department 2.16 mi.
Lake Delta Fire Department 2.28 mi.
FAQs
Is this property currently leasing units?
Yes, there is 1 unit available at this property.
How many units are move-in ready in the next 2 months?
This property has 1 unit available for move-in now.
Does this property allow cats or dogs?
This property allows tenants to keep cats.
How many bedrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bedroom units available.
How many bathrooms are in the available units?
There are 1 bathroom units available.
What's the monthly rent at this property?
The property manager provides this information upon request.
Where is this property located?
This property is at 23 Wood Creek Dr in Rome, NY. It's 2.3 miles north from the center of Rome.
Reviews
By A Google User, July 30, 2018
Very family friendly pet friendly..a pool.

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By Tracy Baker, July 30, 2018
Very family friendly pet friendly..a pool.

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By James Finnie, February 14, 2018
Lived here for Three Years and have loved it

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By A Google User, February 14, 2018
Lived here for Three Years and have loved it

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By Donna Rae, August 12, 2017
Entire staff is friendly and eager to answer any questions . Grounds and apts are well maintained . Maintainence issues are addressed quickly .

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By A Google User, August 12, 2017
Entire staff is friendly and eager to answer any questions . Grounds and apts are well maintained . Maintainence issues are addressed quickly .

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By Brodie Davis, July 12, 2017
Solid apartments

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By Alexander Jansing, December 28, 2016
Only been living here for a couple months, but I love it.

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By A Google User, December 28, 2016
Only been living here for a couple months, but I love it.

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By neo0501, January 12, 2016
Beautiful complex.

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By Shalendra Johnson, July 19, 2014
I love the apartment. I have a one bedroom and it's huge. The bathroom is big enough to fit another room inside it. The community is quiet and the office staff is very prompt to answer any questions or concerns I have.

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By mark miscavage, April 26, 2014
I lived in Rome for 2.5 years and 1 year was spent at Springbrook. The apartments were recently remodeled, they are very nice. They all have central heat (gas) and air, forced air, when it comes on you need to adjust your level of sound on your tv. The staff are nice, but I had just a few problems I would like to share with you all. 1) The maintenance group (kids mostly) have keys to all apartments and et me tell you they use them. I have not ever been at a complex where the group enters your apartment so much. I would come home from week long trips for business and find lights on, dirt tracked into the carpet, appliances unplugged etc... It was so annoying to think that each time they entered, I was never there. They would come ingot he place for needless crap a lll the time, always justified by management of course. I would not rent from this place again because of this, very uneasy feeling all of the time. It wasn't until after being out for 3 months did I get a notice from a collection agency that my electric bill went unpaid for the last month I was there. I pay everything by automatic bill pay from my bank and i found I did in fact pay the bill on the due date so I called the bank. I was given the notice that I did in fact pay this bill and they wanted to challenge the electric company. Well something I never though of was to look at the accounts. When I started my bill, I was given an account from National Grid but it was not for my apt, it was for the rental office, and they in-turn pay your bill. I am not even slightly joking. I am now going though the credit agency to correct my negative account on my credit report. Watch your utilities! I had no idea this was even legal, not sure it is to be honest but I fell to it. They take care of the snow, mow the grass, and do not videotape any activity within the grounds. MANY problems with vehicles happened while I was there, bb holes through BMW's, smashed windows, etc and there are no cameras to prosecute.

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By A Google User, April 26, 2014
I lived in Rome for 2.5 years and 1 year was spent at Springbrook. The apartments were recently remodeled, they are very nice. They all have central heat (gas) and air, forced air, when it comes on you need to adjust your level of sound on your tv. The staff are nice, but I had just a few problems I would like to share with you all. 1) The maintenance group (kids mostly) have keys to all apartments and et me tell you they use them. I have not ever been at a complex where the group enters your apartment so much. I would come home from week long trips for business and find lights on, dirt tracked into the carpet, appliances unplugged etc... It was so annoying to think that each time they entered, I was never there. They would come ingot he place for needless crap a lll the time, always justified by management of course. I would not rent from this place again because of this, very uneasy feeling all of the time. It wasn't until after being out for 3 months did I get a notice from a collection agency that my electric bill went unpaid for the last month I was there. I pay everything by automatic bill pay from my bank and i found I did in fact pay the bill on the due date so I called the bank. I was given the notice that I did in fact pay this bill and they wanted to challenge the electric company. Well something I never though of was to look at the accounts. When I started my bill, I was given an account from National Grid but it was not for my apt, it was for the rental office, and they in-turn pay your bill. I am not even slightly joking. I am now going though the credit agency to correct my negative account on my credit report. Watch your utilities! I had no idea this was even legal, not sure it is to be honest but I fell to it. They take care of the snow, mow the grass, and do not videotape any activity within the grounds. MANY problems with vehicles happened while I was there, bb holes through BMW's, smashed windows, etc and there are no cameras to prosecute.

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By stacy mccullough, January 21, 2014
I recently moved into Spring Brook Apartments and I love it! The staff is extremely friendly, helpful, and accommodating. The grounds are kept neat and clean, and well lit. Residents seem courteous and respectful as well. I have lived in other apt. complexes in BR and this is by far my favorite!

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By A Google User, January 21, 2014
I recently moved into Spring Brook Apartments and I love it! The staff is extremely friendly, helpful, and accommodating. The grounds are kept neat and clean, and well lit. Residents seem courteous and respectful as well. I have lived in other apt. complexes in BR and this is by far my favorite!

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By Ryan John Peck, October 17, 2013
I had the pleasure of renting a 1BR apartment at Springbrook Apartments for 9 months while I worked in Rome, NY. Unfortunately my stay was cut short because of a layoff and I had to relocate, I wish I hadn't. Springbrook provides high-quality apartments and a wonderful service for it's residence. I was spoiled to pay what I paid for 1BR apartment and have all that space! They even let me out of my lease 3 months early, and returned my entire security deposit when I was laid off. Most places would hold you to it, Springbrook was understanding and accommodating. My only wish is that they had non-smoking buildings for residence. Everything else about the place was excellent!

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By A Google User, October 17, 2013
I had the pleasure of renting a 1BR apartment at Springbrook Apartments for 9 months while I worked in Rome, NY. Unfortunately my stay was cut short because of a layoff and I had to relocate, I wish I hadn't. Springbrook provides high-quality apartments and a wonderful service for it's residence. I was spoiled to pay what I paid for 1BR apartment and have all that space! They even let me out of my lease 3 months early, and returned my entire security deposit when I was laid off. Most places would hold you to it, Springbrook was understanding and accommodating. My only wish is that they had non-smoking buildings for residence. Everything else about the place was excellent!

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Rent report
Monthly Rent Rent per Sq. Ft. Suggested
Monthly Income
Rome Average
1BR $990 $1.30 $2,970
2BR $800 $0.70 $2,400

Availability in Rome

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 6 1BR units on the market in Rome. If you're looking to negotiate, this may be your best option.

Available Units in Rome
Studio 2
1BR 6
2BR 5
3BR 2
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