|Recommended: NoPoor insulation so hard to heat and keep cool. Very expensive for the medium quality. Definitely can tell that it was renovated on the cheap. Maintenance are great people but everything kept breaking sinks, doors, drains, windows, etc. The yard and outside parts aren't maintained well and it shows. Parking isn't worth it, spots are always taken and not enforced. On a loud street so can't keep windows open.
|Recommended: NoCold, wet, old. — Freezing cold with huge heat bills.
|Recommended: YesGood Management and Properties — Steven Brown has some really unique-looking apartments, especially in Landsdowne Court. The space is good and cost isn't too bad, but pay attention to utilities. Electric heat drives your electricity bill sky-high. Also more than one washer in the basement for the apartments would be nice. However, I love my apartment. Spacious, well-kept and was quite clean upon move-in. The parking is expensive but worth it. Maintenance is fast and the staff in general are good at responding to questions and being there when you need them. Living on Gorham is a lot louder than anticipated due to the frequent traffic. Have lived in some terrible buildings in Madison, and Steve Brown is the exception. Very happy I chose to live here.
|Recommended: YesGreat neighborhood near campus — It’s very nice and the staff is very responsive
|Recommended: YesGood location, but overall just fine — This is a college apartment for me and my fiance so we're not expecting perfection and luxury. There were some notable issues when we moved in no outlet cover, running toilet, a wasp nest but they were all fixed within a few weeks. Our biggest issue is the grounds- half the yard is mostly dirt no grass and the other half is full of weeds taller than me. The parking is pricy, but for the location and the ease of access we felt it was comparable to other places around Gorham. BYO fan for the upstairs since the AC doesn't reach.
|Recommended: YesSpacious, affordable, good location — There's plenty of space, the location is conveniently right by state street, and the dishwasher that comes with it is a huge advantage over other apartments I've looked at. The greatest downside is perhaps that, while the downstairs is very well air conditioned, the upstairs is about 10 degrees hotter on average.
|Recommended: YesIt's a very nice property, just a little old. — It's a really cool, large place for a one bedroom. The only downfall is the heating cooling and also sharing one washer and dryer with all of the neighbors.
|Recommended: YesReally great living experience all things considered — One of the heaters is finicky, and it's difficult to tell if the windows are locked sometimes. But overall there aren't many 2 bedrooms that are better. Great location and huge rooms, as well as huge closets and a good kitchen. If I weren't graduating, I would live here again.
|Recommended: NoGood Maintenance — Good maintenance, garbage disposal, ad generally people looking out for me and my apartment during extended absence, such as leaving my packages at my door instead of at the mailbox. Some hidden fees. Don't like my neighbors, upstairs and next to my window. Extremely noisy.
|Recommended: YesFor an old campus apartment, it's great — Beautiful apartment in a great location with a great company, simply needs a few fixings to make it more livable. Only things needing to be fixed are that the insulation and windows need to be replaced because it was hard to keep apartment even at 70 degrees in the winter I ended up getting a space heater to save money . Other possible improvements assigned parking and parking enforcement, replace floors carpet some are caving and have been since move in , newer appliances, and laundry accessible from inside 117 too.