The living spaces at Vintage Winter Park are thoughtfully designed with comfort and convenience in mind, and are stylishly appointed with the kind of premium materials and finishes you wont find in any other apartments in Winter Park.
RAM Partners, LLC recognizes that pets are an important part of families’ lives. At Vintage Winter Park, your pet will appreciate the freedom to run and play in our off-lease petpark and you'll appreciate the convenience of bathing and grooming in the indoor Pet Spa.
As a pet-friendly community, we are required by the Federal Fair Housing Act (FHAct) to follow our pet policy. All pets must be registered through Pet Screening and must follow the pet policy provided in the Lease Contract and Resident Packet. Non-registered animals are not permitted to reside at nor visit the property.
A one-time $350 nonrefundable fee will be charged for one pet, or a $550 nonrefundable fee will be charged for two pets.There is a $25 monthly pet fee per pet and a maximum of two (2) pets per apartment is allowed.There are no weight restrictions, however, these breeds are prohibited, whether full blood or mixed in any percentage:
American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Akita, Alaskan Malamutes, American Bull Dog, Belgian Malinois, Boerboels, Bull Terrier, Cane Corso, Chow Chow, Doberman Pincher, Dogo Argentino, English Mastiff, Fila or Brazilian Mastiff, German Shepherds, Great Danes, Irish Wolfhounds, Mastiffs, Malamutes, Pit bulls, Presa Mallorquin (Ca Debou), Presa Canario, Rottweiler, Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Service Animals, Assistance Animals, and Emotional Support Animals - A "service animal," as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act, and "assistance animals" and "emotional support animals," as defined by the Fair Housing Act, are not considered pets, therefore the provisions of the pet policy do not apply to these animals. Service animals, assistance animals, and emotional support animals are welcome in all RAM Partners, LLC communities in compliance with and subject to the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Fair Housing Act. Residents with service animals, assistance animals, or emotional support animals will be asked to provide documentation from a physician, psychiatrist, social worker or other mental health professional stating that the animal provides support which mitigates the resident's disability and to fill out the Reasonable Accommodation form provided in the NAA Lease.