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Controlled Access, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, Extra Storage, On Site Maintenance, On Site Management, Swimming Pool, Tennis Court(s)
24 hour emergency maintenance, On site laundry facilities, On site property management, Pets welcome, Storage facilities, Tennis courts, Window treatments
Philadelphia business park close-by... Garden style or mid-rise... Free Heat in select units...
Montgomery County welcomes you to Fair Oaks Apartments. We are centrally located in the Horsham area of Montgomery County, which is the Hatboro-Horsham School District. This location is ideally situated between Bucks County and Center City. Fair Oaks is a charming community, perfect for a relaxing lifestyle featuring plenty of local restaurants within walking distance. You can visit the Shops of New Hope or take a drive to the Philadelphia RaceTrack. Fair Oaks is located on 611, just a half a mile from the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Here at Fair Oaks our residents enjoy our swimming pool, tennis court and convenient 24-hour emergency maintenance. We feature studio, one, two and three bedroom floor plans with newly upgraded apartments available. Tour one of our apartment homes and you'll see why living here is an experience?Live the lifestyle and celebrate the location of Fair Oaks, an apartment community professionally managed by Scully Company.
6 month lease or 12 month leases. One month security deposit or Sure Deposit. $50.00 per month additional for short term
Pet Policy: Max number of pets: 2. Pet rent: $15. Non-refundable pet fee: $150.
Pets Accepted. Cats Allowed. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
I felt harassed at times to be honest. It didn't help that our apt. was right next to the main office but we Read Moreactually got a letter from the office warning us of our "offensive odor". Not only that, our security deposit was basically kept. We got maybe $30 back just for a few minor things we left unpainted.
January 18, 2014