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301 Norris Ct, Madison, WI 53703

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πŸ›Œ  1
πŸ›  1.5
πŸŽ“   1.4mi to University of Wisconsin

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About Norris Court Apartments

Charming & Elegant 1BR Flat, Wood Floors, Decorative Fireplace; Fantastic Near East Neighborhood, Close to Lake, Capitol Downtown, UW Campus - Avail August 15, 2021 - Available August 15, 2021 for the 2020-2021 lease year for $970 per month.

-This is a charming, elegant, sunny, 1BR flat in a beautiful, vintage building with hardwood floors, decorative fireplace, ornate woodwork, many windows, large living room, bedroom, office/den and kitchen.

-HEAT included in Rent! Laundry on site. Parking available.
-Great near east location in safe neighborhood across from Lake Mendota.
-Close to Downtown and UW Campus.
-Short walk to shops and restaurants.
-Cats may be permitted but no dogs please.
-Good references are required.

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Location Details

πŸ“ 301 Norris Ct, Madison, WI 53703

πŸŽ“ 1.4mi

Distance to University of Wisconsin

πŸšΆβ€οΈ 21min

EST. Walk to University of Wisconsin

🚲 4min

Est. Bike ride to University of Wisconsin

πŸš— 3min

Est. Drive to University of Wisconsin

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For the three years we were there, things were fine. If you want anything fixed, plan on waiting weeks (at least) before anyone even gets back to you unless their insurance people need to see the apartment - suddenly, they'll have maintenance in there for days making sure everything is up to speed. Also - make sure you get EVERYTHING in writing and are sure of what you're getting for your money. We got hit with what I considered to be "hidden fees" when trying to leave our lease via sublet. When I questioned it, he made it seem like we hadn't cleaned our apartment well (specifically mentioned the stove which I spent over 2 hours cleaning) even though he'd already refunded our deposit. I should also mention that we were told that our apartment would be painted before we moved it - it was never painted in the 3 years we lived there and I know that the woman who lived there before us While our experience wasn't terrible, I have friends who had AWFUL experiences renting from this landlord. You'll need to be a fairly laid-back person about "minor" fixes and repairs, but you'll need to be practically obsessive about documenting every little aspect of your stay to not get dinged when you move out. I rented from fall '09 through fall 11. ...


I lived here for a year and although I liked my apartment, the landlord is not worth dealing with. He screens all his calls and is slow to fix anything. He keeps tenants deposits for minimal things and then never fixes them, he just pockets the money. When I moved in, there was a tenant in my apartment, so I had to move half of my things up to a 3rd level apartment, only to have to move them back downstairs when the tenant came home. I also was told that the landlord doesn't like African Americans and if he'll do a "driveby" past the apartments if he has a showing to make sure their white. If they aren't, he won't stop for his showing or he just won't rent it out. Just look around at all his apartments. You'll never see a non-white person. ...


West-bound bus service is excellent for commuting to the university, but east-bound is horrible except for peak hours. John Wright is a joke of a landlord. Maintenance issues aren't addressed without multiple calls, and even then they're treated as a hassle. This winter the heat in my apartment was below 55 degrees for several weeks until I broke Wright down and he fixed the problem. I rented from summer '07 through summer '08. ...


Wisconsin-Madison area I rented from fall '07 through summer '08.


These apartments have had some nasty reviews on other sites, but I haven't had any negative experiences here. Parking is a hassle only because there IS no parking - it's all off-street, on your own, on Gorham/Johnson/wherever you find a space. My apt building is very quiet, the heat works, the kitchen is tiny, plumbing is quaint (but functional!). ...

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