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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Orange, VA

Below is the listing of 4 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Orange, VA. Some apartments listed here will require prospective residents to meet income eligibility requirements and other guidelines specific to a housing authority, and other properties will be open to all residents needing affordable housing.

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Heritage Hill Apartments - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Elderly)
Location: Orange, VA - 22960
Contact Phone: (540) 672-2472

Oakbrook Terrace Apartments - Affordable Housing Apartments (for Family)
Location: Orange, VA - 22960
Contact Phone: (540) 672-6791
Details: Oakbrook Terrace is an affordable living community located in the city of Orange in Virginia. Our conveniently centralized location provides easy access to On the Town of Orange Transit (TOOT). APARTMENTS: Swimming Pool; Fitness Center; Community Clubhouse; Tot Lot; Private Patios/Balconies; Single Story Apartment Living; On the Town Transit (TOOT); 24 Hr Maintenance Team; Manager on Site. COMMUNITY: Window Covering; Washer/Dryer Connections; Outside Storage; Garbage Disposal; Dishwasher
Orange Group Home - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Disabled)
Location: Orange, VA - 22960
Contact Phone: (540) 825-3100

Spicer's Mill Apartments - Multi-Family Housing Rental (for Family)
Location: Orange, VA - 22960
Contact Phone: (540) 672-3250
Details: Originally constructed in 1987, Spicers Mill apartment community comprises 40 rental units in Orange, Virginia, rented to individuals or families earning at or below 50% of the area median income. These apartments underwent extensive environmentally-responsible renovations including energy-efficient mechanical systems, appliances, and lighting; ENERGY STAR windows; low-VOC finishes; durable siding; and native landscaping. CHP also installed new cabinets and flooring; painted interiors and exteriors; replaced most exterior doors and some roofing; waterproofed basement areas; improved site drainage; and built a community room that the residents may use for social gatherings, games, classes, projects, and other group activities.