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Low Income Housing and Subsidized Apartments in Centuria, WI

Below is the listing of 2 affordable apartments and low-income housing in Centuria, WI. 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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Hometown Villages - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Centuria, WI - 54824
Contact Phone: (715) 635-3075
Details: Amenities: Appliances; A/C Sleeve; Window Coverings; Carpet/Vinyl; Intercom Entry System; Emergency Pull Cord; Private Patios; Free-Off Street Parking; Headbolt Heaters; Community Room with Kitchen; On-Site Coin Operated Laundry; Interior Locked Mailboxes; Social Activity Program; Small Pet Allowed; Convenient Location
Jacqueline A. Lawrence Villa - Subsidized, Low-Rent Apartment (for Elderly)
Location: Centuria, WI - 54824
Contact Phone: (715) 651-2053
Details: Home to Jacqueline Lawrence Villa, Centuria was once a railroad stop in Polk county. The abandoned railroad corridor is now the state Gandy Dancer Trail. Whether hiking, biking or snowmobiling… the Gandy Dancer Trail is a beautiful adventure all year round. The Villa consists of 8 one-bedroom apartments including a kitchen, living room/dining room combination, and bathroom. This building also includes a community room with kitchen facilities, and a laundry room. Gandy Dancer Housing Corporation, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Impact Seven, Inc., opened this building in 2002. Designated for the elderly, income-eligible residents pay electricity (electric baseboard heat) and rent is based on 30% of their adjusted income. Water, sewer, and trash removal are paid for by the owner.