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Glen Oaks Apartments are the largest and most luxurious floor plans Greenbelt, Maryland, has to offer. Premium finishes and expansive closets come in a beautifully convenient package with all utilities included. Ideally located just minutes from shopping, dining, Roosevelt High School, and the Beltway, Glen Oaks is the perfect place to call home. Take advantage of the Greenbriar Country Club and all its amenities right next door. You won't find bigger or better apartments in Greenbelt, MD guaranteed. Welcome home to Glen Oaks!
6 month leases will be $200 extra per month.
9 month leases will be $150 extra per month.
Our lease terms are: 6 months, 9 months, 12 months (Please note that lease terms may vary, are subject to change without notice, and are based on availability. Inquire with property staff for complete details).
Pet Policy: $30 pet rent. $250 non-refundable pet fee. Restrictions: We accept a maximum of 1 cat or 1 dog with the following breed restrictions: Pit-bulls, Rotweilers, Chows, Akitas, American Staffordshire, Shar-Pei, Bull Terriers or any aggressive breed. A signed pet addendum is required along with a refundable pet deposit of $250 and a $35 monthly pet rent per pet.
Dogs Allowed. Cats Allowed. Pets Accepted. Call for service animal policy.
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Please consider lowering the rents. I know the rate is comparable, but many folks are struggling to just get b Read Morey these days--yes, even in 2015, even with the recent positive economic news. But the reality is that today's middle class and lower-middle-class residents here and everywhere are indeed struggling to pay their bills, struggling to get decent wages, and struggling to pay their rents. Many folks would be much, much happier at Glen Oaks and Greenbriar if the rents were indeed much lower. It would just make life so much easier for everyone.
July 23, 2015
We love living here at GlenOaks and really want this to be our home for many years to come!
July 23, 2015
When there are major events that cause outages there needs to be a better way of communicating to the resident Read Mores the status of what is taking place and not only after the problem is fixed does an explanation of what the cause and fix was. With the recent partial power outage that affected the residents being without heat on an extremely cold winter night the residents were not even provided with a heating station to go to in the area so literally the residents had to be home in below freezing temps inside their home with no idea of what was taking place to correct the problem or when the problem would be resolved.
July 23, 2015
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