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Floor Plans & Pricing
|Floor Plan||Apartment Size Id||Description||Name||Sq.Ft.||Rent||Avg. Rent|
|6||2/2 with Fireplace||4-PLEX||900||$1,075-$1,195||$1,135|
|6||2/2 with Yard, Attached Garage and Fireplace||DUPLEX*||1,000||$1,350|
Amenities & Features
- Vaulted/High Ceilings*
- Wall-Wall Carpeting*
- Mini Blinds
- Ceiling Fans
- Round Rock ISD
- Jollyville El
- Canyon Vista Middle
- Westwood H S
- Cats and Dogs
- 2 Pets Max
- 85 lbs. Max
- Breed Restrictions Apply
- $500 Pet Deposit
- $250 Non Refund. Pet Fee
- $15/mo Pet Rent
- West Parmer - North Mopac - McNeil Rd
- 2 Stories
- $50 App Fee
- Travis County
- 132 Units
- Hours: MF 8:30-5:30, SA 10-5
- Lease Terms: 12
- Near Transit
- Occupancy 98%
- Management: Jones Apartment Management
- Year Built: 1984 (Remodeled in 2004)
From Research Boulevard and Anderson Mill Road, Austin, Texas, drive west on Anderson Mill Road toward Research Boulevard. Make the first left turn onto Research Boulevard. Make a left turn onto McNeil Drive. Make a right turn onto Melrose Trail. Melrose Place Apartments will be on the right.
About Melrose Place
Location is part of the appeal of Melrose Place. The complex offers its residents the opportunity to enjoy comfortable, well-designed apartments in a convenient location in Austin.
Melrose Place is a friendly, welcoming apartment community in a predominantly residential area within the city. While it is surrounded by other residences, it is also conveniently located so that residents can easily access what Austin has to offer.
Within walking distance of the apartment community are a number of restaurants and a supermarket. Also within walking distance is Jollyville Elementary School. Within a longer walk or a very quick drive are banking services and even more dining options.
The apartment community is also within easy distance of recreational opportunities. Within a few minutes' drive is Northwest YMCA of Austin. Also nearby is the 1,500-seat Round Rock ISD Performing Arts Center, which serves as a community cultural center.
Melrose Place offers its residents a community with deep roots in the community. The complex has been part of the landscape for decades. It is connected to Austin, and it offers residents the chance to be part of that connection.