Occupancy & Requirements
18 - 1 Bedroom / Studio Apartments
62 years & older or disabled regardless of age
Income Guidelines Apply
Rent, Deposits, & Lease
Rent is based on income.
Rent includes water, sewer, trash removal, lawn care and maintenance.
Security Deposit is based on income.
One (1) Year Lease
All units are non-smoking
One pet allowed within policy guidelines (pet fee required). This does not apply to service or companion animals.
Electric Range, Refrigerator, Decorator Mini-Blinds, Individually Controlled Central HVAC, Storage Unit Provided, Complex is within walking distance to the Mammoth Spring
Senior Citizen Activity Center, Emergency Alert System In Each Apartment, Community Room,
Coin Operated Laundry
Professional Property Management
315 W. 6th Street, Ste. 1, Mountain Home, AR 72653
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