The Rotary Villa complex is located in beautiful Nakusp, British Columbia on the shores of Arrow Lakes, and home to Nakusp Hot Springs
The complex takes up most of the block bordered by 7th Ave, 2nd St NW, 8th Avenue and 3rd St NW. Phases I and II were built in 1971. Phase III was built in 1982. Phase IV was built in 2009. Phase V was built in 2021.
Nakusp commercial district is a few blocks away where you will find all the services you need. Grocery stores, retail outlets, a library, post office, banking, the Legion Hall, a movie theatre, a recreational complex and a number of different restaurants. There are also doctor and dental offices, a pharmacy and the Arrow Lakes Hospital.
Across the street is the Senior's Centre operated by the Senior Citizen' Association of BC, Branch 71 - an active organization that offers many programs and social events to seniors in the community.
Phase I , II & III apartments are designed for 55 Plus independent living, low income seniors.
Phase IV & V welcomes low and moderate income seniors.
All applicants are means tested to establish eligibility.
A small pet is permitted.
Parking is available at all sites.
Please contact the office for information
on waiting lists and current rents.
201 - 8th Ave, Nakusp, BC
212 - 7th Ave, Nakusp, BC
206 - 7th Avenue, Nakusp BC
Facilities Phase IV
11-one bedroom and 3-two bedroom suites with kitchen, living room, accessible shower. Two bedroom units have private laundry.
One Bed 635 square feet / Two Bed 855 square feet
Built in 2009
Three storey secure apartment building with elevator.
Most apartments have balconies or decks.
Inclusions: Shared laundry, exercise room, common lounge and craft room, commercial kitchen, parking. Utilities are included.
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ALTERNATIVE FACILITIES AND COMMUNITY LINKS
Halycon House. For those who wish to live as independently as possible in a housing environment, who require personal and supportive services, and have the ability and desire to self-direct their care. Provincial eligibility criteria will apply.
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