The one I’m in right now is Stonecroft Court. My experience in getting into the building was not very pleasant, but I got in anyway. I was never welcome into a community by a management that is so rude and arrogant. The management didn’t want to talk to you. When she did, she yelled at you. You’re not allowed to see her unless you make an appointment. Even if you want to drop your rent off, you have to make an appointment or drop it in a slot. When you first move in of course you have a lot of questions, you got a lot of things you’re not aware of. You’re in the middle of moving. It was made difficult for me. I don’t think she deliberately meant to, but certainly when you move in into an establishment you should be treated courteously and talked to like you’re human not a dog.
The apartment is too small. I pray I don’t pass out in the bathroom because I’ll die if I do. There’s no place to even fall without hitting the cabinet, the toilet, or the tub. There’s no place to store things; cabinets are high to reach. If they have meals, you have to pay for them. They have bingo, but I don’t play.
Stonecroft Apartments is an independent living community in Hagerstown, MD designed for seniors, normally 55+, who are able to care for themselves and wish to live independently. Contact Stonecroft Apartments for more details on housing, services, and rates.