Silvertowne Apartments include 1 and 2 bedroom apartments nestled together in 2, 3, or 4 unit pods, which are scattered across 5 garden-like acres in Silverton, Oregon. Funding to build these properties was provided by USDA’s Rural Development with Section 515 stipulations requiring qualifications for low-income senior citizens (62 years of age or older) and people with disabilities.
Each property has a centrally located Commons Building with coin-operated laundry, a community kitchen, and an area for socializing. Each unit has a private patio with a locked storage area. Each unit has its own flower bed where clients can decide how to plant in order to add beauty and individuality to their homes. The site manager coordinates a variety of activities to promote good health, happiness, and provide a sense of community.
To find out more about qualifying or to get on our waiting list, call (503)873-6978. If you plan to visit and stroll through the winding walkways to see these lovely properties in person, be sure to drop by our office located at 1115 Mill St, Silverton to let us know. We can tell you more about how you may qualify and become a part of our community!
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