The Elliot At Mukilteo


9507 49th Ave W
Mukilteo, WA 98275

(425) 353-1504
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At first I was so excited to move into Anchor Village because they are undergoing a major rehab and usually that means better service as well since the product is getting upgraded...

Disappointed 12/19/2011

At first I was so excited to move into Anchor Village because they are undergoing a major rehab and usually that means better service as well since the product is getting upgraded as well, not so much. Just this week my car was broken into and the reaction or lack of reaction was the straw that broke the camels back so to speak. No one in the office seemed to care, I don't expect them to run out catch the person, do night patrols or anything like that just acknowledge that something unfortunate happened and at least try to make it better in someway. Most of the time all people really need is to know there concerns are being heard but not hear they seem to not care at all the only person that seems to ever care is Linda the rest seem to just want everyone to ""go fly a kite"". Not good would not recommend this place after my experiences thus far. Oh and prior to this I had a few maintenance issues that took 4 times to be fixed and prior to the fix they tried to make it sound like it was my fault, again if it had been my fault at least try not to convey that to me I'm the customer, client, resident and one of those who helps put that paycheck in your pocket show some respect. more

Unfortunate place to live 8/9/2011

We lived here for a year while I was pregnant and for the first 6 months of my child?s life and it was a tough experience all around. We had multiple problems in the apartment. The closet door fell on me twice and after having it fixed and still fall off, it ended up just taking up space in the living room against a wall. The kitchen sink broke on me five times and flooded the kitchen floor. I had them in to repair it twice till they just showed me how to repair it myself. The drawers in the kitchen routinely fell forward, the dryer took three hours to dry a small load of laundry, and our fireplace never worked. Neither did one of the burners on the stove and the door to our bedroom had a poorly fixed hinge that would loudly drop the door into position as it closed. Also, upon trying to clean the mold on the windows (I was pregnant and my fiance has asthma so I was very proactive about the mold), the paint bubbled up and chipped off because someone had previously painted over mold stains which the paint couldn?t adhere to. On top of all of this, the bedroom for my son was extremely small and the apartment had so little storage space that I had things stored in my living room corner. When I was eight months pregnant, the bathroom fan started leaking. When we had a worker in to fix it, he discovered a leak in the bathroom above us and had to break out the ceiling and rebuild it. He put a huge dehumidifier in my bathroom and said it needed to run for a few days and then he?d have someone come take it out. The dehumidifier was loud and took up the whole bathroom. I couldn?t close the door or sit on the toilet well which was terrible because I was going to the bathroom constantly. After almost a week without someone taking it away, I turned it off and moved it into our entry way, where it sat for a few more days before it was removed. The rest of the process took another week and a few more visits for the one guy to complete. He was very nice through the whole process though. When our year was up, they raised our rent over 20%, forcing us to find a new apt because we couldn?t afford the price. On the last day possible to turn in my intent to vacate notice, they called with an offer that was only about 50 dollars more than our current rent but I had already found a much nicer place. I spent over five hours cleaning that apartment out and when we got our move out letter, they not only took all of our 450 dollar deposit, they also charged us an additional 300 dollars. 300 for carpet cleaning (it costs 225 dollars to deep clean a 3 by 5 high traffic area apparently) 160 for full paint because I left a few scuff marks on the walls and they?re contractors don?t clean walls, 40 dollars for new blinds because the blinds had some dirt on them and they?re contractors don?t clean blinds, and 140 for another full cleaning because I apparently cleaned nothing. The employee who did my final inspection took pictures that I saw and soon realized that I wasn?t just su more
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Owner Message
  • Find tranquility and a relaxing pace of life at Anchor Village in Mukilteo. We are surrounded by acres of lush evergreens to give you that feeling of peaceful isolation, but we still have easy access to both the quaint town of Mukilteo and bigger cities in the Seattle area.

    Anchor Village is right off the state highway 525 and close to the car ferry terminal that connects to Clinton. We're also right next to the 92nd Street Park, with plenty of open space for going for a jog or playing some touch football.

    All of our apartment homes have washers and dryers and plenty of interior storage space. Plus, you'll have a fireplace to make your home nice and cozy during those cold, rainy nights.

    Take a stroll through Old Town Mukilteo on the waterfront and try some of the tasty, unique restaurants you'll find. You could head to the southern end of the city and check out the newer Harbor Pointe Village Center, which is similar to a European-style village.

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  • Hours: Daily 9am-6pm