Floor Plans

Kitterman Woods apartment homes

Choose a floor plan that fits your lifestyle.

Preview our Photo GalleriesThe Maple One Bedroom One Bath 720 SFThe Cypress Two Bedroom Two Bath 975 SFThe Magnolia Three Bedroom Two Bath 1250 SF

The Maple.  VIEW LARGER 2D IMAGE The Cypress.  VIEW LARGER 2D IMAGE The Magnolia.  VIEW LARGER 2D IMAGE
Maple Magnolia
720sq. ft.One bedroom apartment with living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen, full bath and walk-in closet. 975 sq. ft.Two bedroom apartment with two full bath’s, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and walk-in closets. 1250 sq. ft.Three bedroom apartment with two full bath’s, living room, dining room, fully equipped kitchen and walk-in closets.

Refundable Fees:
• Security Deposit based on Credit Rating

Non-Refundable Fees:
• Application Fee: $75 (for each person over 18)
• Administrative Fee: $200
• Pet Fees: $375 per pet.  $20 pet rent per pet, per month.
View additional pet information. 

Private Garages: 11′ x 21′ – $150.00 per month 

Lease Terms:
We offer 7 to 15 month lease terms

Summer Safety Tips

The final school bell rings this week, the pencils and notebooks are packed away and the kids are ready for some summer fun!

Kitterman Woods hopes that everyone enjoys this special time of year, but we want to also remind everyone that there are potential dangers during the summer months, and it’s important to be aware of what they are.

 

Pedestrian Safety

Teach children to walk, not run, across the street. Children should cross only with an adult or an older, responsible child.

Whenever crossing the street, try to make eye contact with any drivers nearby, to be sure they see you.

Teach children to avoid running out from between parked cars and, always hold your child’s hand near any moving or parked vehicles.

Use sidewalks whenever possible.

Adults always need to set a good example!

 

Water Safety

Adult supervision is of paramount importance. Parents need to focus on their children 100% of the time. No distractions!

Practice “touch supervision” (a term used by the American Academy of Pediatrics). This means that at all times, the supervising adult is within an arm’s length of the child being watched, when near or in the water.

Remember, no child or adult is “drown proof.”

 

Sun Protection

Avoid sun exposure during peak sun hours (10 AM – 6 PM).

Wear protective clothing and a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses (with 99-100% UV protection).

Sunscreen is a must (on sunny and cloudy days)! Look for products with UVA and UVB protection and an SPF of at least 15 (according to the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Association of Dermatology).

Sunscreen should be applied liberally 30 minutes before going out in the sun, and reapplied every two hours or sooner if swimming, sweating or toweling off.

Look for shade whenever possible.

Dehydration and Heat-Related Illnesses

Keeping well hydrated is very important.

Children (and adults) must remember to drink.

Do not wait until a child says he is thirsty before offering fluids. At this point, he is already dehydrated, so be sure to provide plenty of fluids before going outside, while out in the heat and afterwards.

Playing in the hot summer sun means lots of fluid losses, so avoid strenuous activity during peak sun hours (10 am- 6 pm). Look for shade and take lots of breaks.

Seek medical attention immediately for any signs of heat-related illness.

HAVE A GREAT SUMMER

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