Occupancy & Requirements
Both income restricted and market units with no restrictions are available.
2 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartments
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Apartments
No Pets Allowed. This does not apply to service or companion animals.
Rent, Deposits, & Lease
HUD Vouchers are accepted for qualified individuals from White River Housing Authority. HUD office located on site.
Rent Includes water, sewer, gas heat and hot water, trash removal, lawn care and maintenance.
A $300 Security Deposit is required
Lease term is one year.
Onsite laundromat, Playground, Basketball Court, Community Room with Kitchen, Electric Range and Hood, Refrigerator, Central HVAC,
First Floor Apartments have a patio, Second Floor Apartments have a Bay Window, Some Units include Storage Unit, Some Units have Washer/Dryer Hook Ups, Market Units include Microwave and Dishwasher
Professional Property Management
315 W. 6th Street, Ste. 1, Mountain Home, AR 72653
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