Rose Court Apartments
Location & Surroundings
Nestled at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, Pasadena sits about ten miles northeast of Downtown Los Angeles. Known as the City of Roses, Pasadena hosts an annual Rose Parade, where a variety of floats covered in flowers file through the streets. Pasadena is also home to Rose Bowl Stadium, which is the site of a yearly championship college football game in addition to a monthly flea market.
Pasadena has a lot more to offer residents than just rose-named events. Should you choose to rent in Pasadena, you will have the option to see where Albert Einstein lived while he taught at Caltech, tour NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, view the vast collection of art at the Norton Simon Museum, enjoy the festivities at the whimsical Doo Dah Parade, admire the intricate architecture of the Gamble House, peruse the shops in Old Pasadena, and let the kids explore the interactive Kidspace Children’s Museum.
Apartment Info & More Amenities
The Rose Court Apartments are ideal for those looking for a world of convenience and comfort. Each apartment is bright, and the ample separation of apartments offers a glass sliding door to a large private balcony. Our friendly community has a secure gated entrance, reserved covered parking underneath the building, two laundry facilities on-site, beautiful landscaping, and a large pool with lounging patio. The building is equipped with cable ready reception. The amenities include: wall-to-wall carpeting, vertical blinds throughout, central air and heating, stove/oven, dinette area, granite counter tops, tiled floors, garbage disposal, and ceiling fans.
Our smoke free community lets you breathe easy and our outstanding location provides a great living environment.
A one time application fee of $30 (cash only) per adult is required. (No fee for additional locations is required.) Gross monthly income, credit verification, and references are taken into consideration along with the ability to pay and number of people. Apartments are rented on a month-to-month basis after the required one-year minimum.