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Richmond Terrace - Affordable Housing

December 1, 2011


Richmond Terrace is a property for the elderly community, located at 31 Kimball St., Richmond, Maine. It is the former Richmond High School built in 1881 and then converted to housing in 1981. It is located in the hear of downtown Richmond near the banks of the Kennebec River. Richmond is a charming community centrally located with easy access to Topsham, Brunswick, Wiscasset, Portland and Maine's capital, Augusta.

The Richmond Terrace building provides 25 units with four levels of both one and two bedroom units, all with use of an elevator, off-street parking, trash pick up, snow removal and mowing, coin operated luandry facility, and a large community room and kitchen for tenant use. They welcome small pets with a security deposit.

To qualify one must be 62 years of ag or disabled. Rent is based on 30% of the tenant's adjusted income. (Some income limits to apply). FMI 877-783-5098. Or www.ahne.biz

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