I am a middle-aged professional who lives in a two bedroom at Woodstream and absolutely love this community in a way that I never have loved any other place I’ve rented from before. I move often for work (military) and for two decades I have rented from many communities all over the country. None have come anything close to the experience I’ve had with Woodstream. To start, although the property is not brand new, it is so well maintained you’d never realize it wasn’t built within the last few years. I love the townhome-style layout with the loft bedroom and my place is cozy and very well lit by the sun. I pay a great price for a lot of space (including interior and exterior storage). My utility bill is extraordinarily small as well for pretty much the entire year round.Regarding the service team, I have made a couple of calls to have a very minor plumbing and a closet door repair made since I moved in and within minutes of calling, I received email notification that the work was complete. The service team is on it; they are adept and I have never waited long to have anything completed and there has never been a need to call again for the same issue. The office team is extraordinarily polite, professional and they tackle every request or need with a genuine sense of urgency. I sincerely look forward to the opportunities to go in and interact with the staff. The culture they’ve created is much more than the typical community/resident relationship. To put it simply: I feel taken care of in a way I have never before experienced. I suspect that the culture they maintain is also evident in the satisfaction and amicability of my neighbors. I have never had a problem with any of the other denizens of Woodstream and I attribute this to the example of courtesy set by the property staff.I have one simple anecdote that I feel profoundly captures my experience. Today, I expressed dissatisfaction with my stove (it works, but not optimally and is the only thing on my wish list), and the manager and team instantly jumped into action to address the deficiency. Where other communities have dismissed seemingly trivial things in the past, my requests always becomes a priority. They cannot stand to hear that there is any way that I am not completely satisfied. This is a group of people who genuinely care for their residents. Due to the exemplary treatment I’ve received from the Woodstream staff, I didn’t even hesitate to sign another lease when presented the opportunity. I will not even consider another property because I am thoroughly happy with what I have here. I am extraordinarily comfortable and feel very safe in my community and have never heard otherwise uttered from others that live here. I offer my sincerest gratitude to the Woodstream staff for everything they’ve done for me.
My family attended this church when we lived in Fayetteville. We love this church and only left because we were stationed elsewhere. We grew tremendously while at Berean. It's easy to get in a rut of going to church because you have to. I never felt that way at Berean--I truly looked forward to going to church and the thing I will miss most about Fayetteville is my family at Berean. It is clear that many of the reviewers have never attended the church and know nothing of the church or pastor. The pastor is an incredible person. Anyone who has ever met Pastor Sean knows he is an incredibly gracious and kind-hearted pastor, who loves children and who is loved by children, teens and adults in the church. There is nothing to lose by visiting Berean, just to see what it is all about. Despite what others say, who know nothing of Berean beyond a short and distorted video clip they saw online, the church is filled with loving and accepting people who share the love of God and would gladly give the clothes off of their own back to help someone in need.
This was my first apartment when I moved out of my mom's place.I lived here about 5 years, and I never had a big problem with crime or bugs.However, annual inspections were a pain in the *ss, as well as pop-up maintenance routines.Sometimes the maintenance men would just enter your home without telling you, but for the most part, everyone is friendly and they get things done in a decent timeframe.It is income-based, and I was a full-time student with little to no income, so I didn't pay any rent.I believe a 2 bed, 1 bath is about $600 per month.I lived by the older folks, so they didn't bother me.The office has monthly activities for the residents.The laundry room is ok, but it is not free.I would recommend this neoghborhood to someone who is just trying out housing on their own for a small family looking for a starter home.