Copper Beech delivers for the price
If you’re willing to pay a little bit more than average to get a lot more room, this is the complex for you.
Feb. 04, 2015
Space. That was what impressed me the most when I toured Copper Beech.
My friend and I were interested in a two-person apartment, so the amount of space in a four-person may be a little bit less. But when I say there’s a lot of space, I mean we don’t have enough crafts to cover the walls and make our living room look like someone actually lives there. But then again, space is good after squeezing all your possessions into a residence hall for the past year.
Compared to other properties, Copper Beech is probably on the higher end. (Our two-person is $540 a month furnished, with prices decreasing with the more people living in your apartment.) But you definitely get what you pay for.
The kitchen has so many cabinets I don’t know what to do with them. Even after buying everything I thought I could possibly need to survive on my own, there are empty cabinets. There’s also plenty of counter space (good for those who like to experiment in the kitchen like I do). And even though we rarely use them, there are three bar stools for your guests to sit and watch you prepare an amazing dinner for them in the kitchen (or to be used as extra places to sit during gatherings of your friends).
The bedrooms are amazing. I’m one of those people who brought their whole wardrobe to college with them, and it all fits in my closet and dresser. Most houses have two different closet styles: my room type, which is one big closet, or my roommate’s room type, which has two smaller closets. Either way, you get the same amount of storage space.
And for those of you who don’t like sharing, you each get your own bathroom. No more deciding who showers in the morning or waiting your turn to do your makeup. You can hog the bathroom for as long as you want at Copper Beech.
There are a few drawbacks, though. Copper Beech doesn’t have a huge club house. There’s a gym and game room but no pool/spa combination like other complexes might have. You feel like you’re in a real house instead of an apartment when you live here.
So if you’re willing to pay a little bit more for enough space to do gymnastics in, then Copper Beech is the complex for you.