We lived at a rather nice apartment at this complex for a few years. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, really nice cathedral-style living room, and a small deck. Kitchen has lots of storage and has everything you need (microwave, oven, garbage disposal, dishwasher, even a "lazy Susan" storage space for spices) but the kitchen space, where you cook, is kind of small, and the kitchen sink has one area to put water/dirty dishes, not two. Washer and dryer at our building was not in the unit but were downstairs - 12 families in the building fought over 2 washers and 2 dryers ($1.50/load for wash, $1.50/load for dry) - but it wasn't really a problem working with your fellow residents. The washers are nice front-loading ones. Heating, water, and garbage pickup is included in the rent, but cooling (electric A/C) is on you. A small exercise room (open 24 hours) is provided - 2 treadmills, 1 X-C skiing/ stairclimber, one stationary bike, and weightlifting equipment. There's also a pool that's open during daytime hours during summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day, although dates do change from season to season). Office hours are pretty good with late hours on Wednesday and some hours on Saturday and Sunday - large packages are often delivered to the office. 1-car garages are available as well on-site for an additional $125/month and you are not required to put a car in the garage (e.g. you can use it for add'l storage only instead). Each unit gets 2 cars unassigned parking in a nearby lot (outside). Dogs and cats are allowed for an additional monthly fee (and only some species are allowed), and dog owners get access to a open-run dog park on the premises. Next to the complex is a hiking trail that goes into various areas in a swamp, which is a nice amenity. Outside areas around the complex are extremely lush/well landscaped. The complex is about 1 mile from downtown Canton and 1.5 miles to the commuter rail station, a nice perk for those working in downtown Boston. We had very few problems and maintenance issues were fixed very quickly (within a day or two).
OK, now the nits: The post office removed the mailbox at this complex a few months ago, leaving the apartment complex in a state where you can receive mail, but can't send it without leaving the complex (you can go to a nearby Honey Dew Donuts, or to downtown Canton a couple miles away, or to the Shaw's grocery a couple miles away). You can recycle at one of two places on-site, but you can't recycle magazines (you can recycle pretty much anything else, though). Also, beware of floods. We had a couple 3-day drenchings in Spring 2010 that resulted in you being unable to leave your parking lot via car for one night each. (You could always walk in or out, though.) One building was actually flooded and the landlord made good - putting the occupants in motel rooms while they fixed it, etc. A lake on-site is still being renovated.
Rent is high but is the market rent for this area (suburban Boston) and the units are rather nice compared to the competition nearby. Leases have lots of legalese and rules but some appear to be forced on the landlords by the city of Canton (no grills on the deck, for example).
Definitely I'd consider this complex again if I was to return to the Boston area, although I'd like to see them fix some of the nits if possible.