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Colonial Crest is a delightful apartment community that's close to everything and far from expensive. Built with quality construction and cared for with superior maintenance, we are proud to offer convenience and value, as well as large, airy floor plans that includes heat. A warm staff and outstanding service will make the difference; look no further, and come home to Colonial Crest! Situated in a quiet countryside setting, minutes from Routes 309, 22, and I-78 with shopping and restaurants located nearby, you can ease back and enjoy a convenient, comfortable lifestyle. Close to charming shops of downtown Emmaus, Emmaus Farmer's Market, and the new PPL Center.
$500 Security Deposit for qualified applicants. Call today!
We offer initial lease terms of one (1) year with monthly option after that. Security deposit of $500 required (with approved credit). Application fee is $35 per adult applicant. Pets welcome. Breed, restrictions and additional pet fees apply.
Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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everything are good and excellent. the only issue that i just have is with the parking lots. sometimes it is h Read Moreard to find a parking space near my place at late afternoon or at night.
July 26, 2016
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I enjoy living here because it's really quiet in my building and I appreciate that. You get use to the trains Read Morequickly. It's almost a retirement community lol but nice to see more younger renters.
January 25, 2016
Completely satisfied with prompt response to request for any particular service and cordiality of all employee Read Mores
July 02, 2015
Thank you Lucy V. for the positive review! Looking forward to making 2016 a great year at Colonial Crest Apartments!
Apartment smelled like smoke and continuously will not go away. I was told I was not allowed to move into a di Read Morefferent apartment. My only options were to move Or deal with it
June 30, 2015
The apartment had mold underneath the bathroom sink cabinet that grew on to my bathroom products. The apartme Read Morent had an unbelievable cigarette/ musty stench that was so bad it stayed in all of my stuff and furniture including mattress when I moved out. I had to get rid of a lot of stuff because the smell wouldn't go away. I'm guessing another smoked moved in because it did not smell like that previously. After going through all of this I still had to pay 2000 for breaking the lease.
June 30, 2015
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