Little Neck Village
330 Wareham Road Marion MA 02738
Little Neck Village is a senior housing development found in the charming seaside town of Marion, Massachusetts, in Plymouth County. Our affordable apartments have harbor views and we are located near shopping, dining establishments and hospitals. Affordable one and two bedroom apartments are income qualified and designed for residents aged 62-years old on up. Residents can live by the shore and enjoy sea breezes and coastline views without having to deal with the daily challenges of home ownership.
Our dedicated staff works diligently every day to provide our residents with essential services while taking care of the properties. That's just one reason why our community was recognized by the National Affordable Housing Management Association and bestowed a Community of Quality Award.
Little Neck Village offers a wide range of amenities, including:
- A sunny, welcoming community room complete with a caterer's kitchen
- Cozy gazebos where you can relax and visit with others on comfortable outdoor furniture
- Manicured landscape and peaceful gardens
- Resident activities
- Pet-friendly, with some regulations
- Professional, on-site management and 24-hour emergency maintenance
- All utilities included
We our proud of Little Neck Village and invite you to reap the benefits of your hard work in a resort-like location that makes you feel like you're on vacation year round.
Pricing at Little Neck Village
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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