|Recommended: YesDuck Village has everything I need at a great price — It’s a lot of fun and the price is perfect
|Recommended: YesBest value for my money. — It is very quiet for student-based living, apartments are spacious and cozy. You will not find a better deal anywhere else.
|Recommended: YesNice place, with a good location. — The place is very nice with helpful staff, but there are a few minor damages that were made by the privies renters in the apartment that aren't maintenance worthy but effect the look of the interior. But this is my only complaint, staff is helpful and attentive and the amenities are great. As well as location, with a bus line for campus right out side the apartment, as well as so close to so many shapes and restaurants.
|Recommended: YesGreat experience so far — Great community so far. Feel safe compared to other properties I have seen.
|Recommended: YesIt's a doable living situation for 20 year olds — For being one of the cheaper options for student housing in Eugene, I am impressed. Upon move in there wasn't too many big issues with our apartment. We did have a leaky fridge and our oven was not working properly upon move in, which probably should have been looked at prior to us moving in, but you get what you pay for. The maintenance staff was quick to fix our problem, so that was nice to see. One thing that did irritate me upon move in was the amount of dirt on the floors and the all the dust and outdoor debris on the porch. Everything in the apartment was superficially clean, but after mopping our floors for the first time shortly after move in, it was apparent that the floors had not been deep cleaned in a long time. Also our porch was just so dirty that it's not even pleasant to go out to. Being a college student's apartment complex, I feel as though they rely on the student's who live here being naive to how a rental should be prepared upon move in. I know this has all been negative so far, but there are a lot of positives. The bus stop is not far and the bus to campus comes about every 1 2 hr which makes it super convenient to get to school. The complex offers free parking to their residents and doesn't go around ticketing visitors 24 7 like most other complexes. The gym in the complex is small, but it is perfect for what I like to do and the hot tub and pool are also nice amenities to have. The apartments themself are sizable for the price you pay and they come furnished which saves a lot of money. Overall, I think it's a fine first apartment and in comparison to the other more expensive complexes in town, it wins by a long shot. From what I have seen the expensive places may appear nicer, but they have just the same amount of problems if not more than this place. Save yourself some money and move here.
|Recommended: NoGreat college apartments. — Really like living here. Great location off campus, easy access to the bus.
|Recommended: YesSuper Affordable and great living — I love living here. The staff and maintenance is amazing and quick, and the apartments themselves are cute and cozy. The walls are pretty good at keeping moderate noise from being heard outside of the room. The community is pretty quiet as well, or at least when it isn't too quiet I can't hear it from inside my apartment.
|Recommended: YesGreat place to live until gameday — safe and laidback environment, apartments are nice and has great rec areas, only two cons don't expect to be able to leave on gameday, the neighborhood is bad for car break-ins and bike theft but that is all of eugene
|Recommended: YesOverall, great community — units are generally well maintained, maintenance is quick and effective, neighbors can be a little noisy but it is student housing, and the rent rates make up for any minor inconveniences that may occur. would definitely suggest duck’s village for students and first-time renters.
|Recommended: YesIts great — its inclusive
|Recommended: YesGood first apartment — This is my first time on my own. I haven't had any problems and am satisfied with everything so far
|Recommended: YesIts cool — Its a college atmosphere place, fun. But the roommate matching is not so great.
|Recommended: YesBeautiful, Loud, and Livable- with Great People — The office peeps and maintenance team are very kind and helpful. They do tend to send out general messages, so don't freak out if you receive a message that you know or have good reason to believe does not actually apply to you. It's mostly college, seemingly undergrads, so be wary- neighbors may be loud, especially upstairs runners. Also be wary of mold in the shower room, and do what you can to not attract ants. The property itself is fairly pretty, especially the greenery, which is pretty standard for Eugene anyway. Rent is pretty affordable if you're willing to have roommates, compared to the rest of Eugene. Overall, a good place to live.
|Recommended: YesVery clean and well maintained — The living spaces are great and everyone living here is easy to get along with
|Recommended: YesI think this property is very nice and student friendly — I think the pricing here is very reasonable and the housing amenities are a great. My only issue is how far away it is from campus. It can feel a little isolated if you don't have a car and don't want to find a way to get across the river to the other side of town. The smoke detectors are also very sensitive. Other than those two things though, I think this place is great and I would consider living here again if I didn't find someplace closer to campus. Staff is great as well.