Victoria Park at Sassafras Meadows

875 Victoria Park Drive, Salisbury MD 21801

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This is an income restricted, senior living property. You may be required to meet age and income requirements to qualify. Please contact the property for details.

Kitchen:

DishwasherGarbage DisposalRefrigerator

Laundry:

Laundry Facility

Pets:

Pets OK

Features:

Air ConditioningCable ReadyCarpetingHigh Speed Internet AccessOversized Closets

Community:

Business Center, Controlled Access, Elevator, Fitness Center, Handicap Access

Additional:

Income Restricted, Senior Living

Property Details

Apartments for Seniors 62+... Carefree, convenient living for Seniors . . . Beautifully landscaped walking trails on site!

Victoria Park at Sassafras Meadows is Salisbury's newest affordable apartment community for seniors 62 and over! This community offers comfortable apartments for seniors seeking carefree, convenient and sociable living. Design elements of the one- and two-bedroom apartments and numerous common areas offer charm and accessibility. At Victoria Park you will find spacious floorplans, affordable rents and beautifully maintained grounds, facilities and plenty of parking. Activities abound - work out in the fitness center, enjoy socializing with family and new friends and participate in a wide variety of educational, social and cultural pursuits in the Wicomico County area. Among new friends and comfortable surroundings,we are sure you will be happy to call Victoria Park your new home! * Senior community ages 62 and over. Income limits apply. Call to schedule your personal tour.

Leasing Terms

12 month lease

Pet Policy

Cats Allowed. Dogs Allowed. Call for service animal policy.

Community Information

80 units

Building Type

Apartment

Neighborhood Info

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