Mount Washington - Independence, MO

Mount Washington - Independence, MO has yet not published prices.

  • Resident Parking Available
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Outdoor Common Areas
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Activities Onsite
  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors

From the Office

Mount Washington Senior Apartments Offers a unique living experience with this historically restored building which was once the first elementary school of Independence. Mount Washington appreciates its historical roots with its warm designs, in-home chalkboards, restored hardwood floors, and large classroom-sized windows. Mount Washington was carefully restored and transformed to inviting homes; with all new window replacements, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, woodwork restoration, and preservation of existing auditorium and library. Every home is equipped with a 40” wall-mounted flat screen TV, stainless steel appliances, and a beautiful tiled backsplash.

*Income restrictions apply

1 person - $30,840
2 person - $35,220
3 person - $39,600
4 person - $43,980

Community & Unit Amenities include:
● On-site leasing office and manager
● Fitness center
● Laundry facilities
● Outdoor BBQs
● Community garden plots
● Restored auditorium with upgraded audio-visual equipment and a 220" rear projection screen
● Library transformed into a community room with original bookcase and casework

● Stainless steel appliances
● Dark wood cabinets
● Tiled backsplash
● Restored hardwood floors *
● Historic chalkboards *
● High ceilings
● Wall-mounted 40” TV pre-installed in every unit
● Choice of walk-in shower or tub/shower combination bathroom
* *Select Units

Service Partner NorthWest Communities Development Corporation Assists with:

● Community Based Resident Meetings
● Transportation to Shopping or Medical Visits
● Nutrition Classes
● Exercise Programs
● Annual Health Screenings
● Enrichment Classes or Seminars
● Agency Coordination for Bill Pay & Balancing Checkbooks
● American Red Cross I’M OK Program (or similar)
● Referrals to Food Ministries as Appropriate
● Access to Food Pantry or Mobile Pantry

Equal Housing Opportunity