55+ Community • Apartments
Amherst Meadows is a 55 and Older Community located in Massillion, Ohio. Our pet-friendly apartments are spacious with ample storage. Sewer, water and trash utilities are included in your rent.
Floor Plans and Pricing
Dogs and Cats Welcome. Please call for details.
- Active Senior Living 55+
- 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments/2 Bedroom Townhomes
- Electric, Water, Sewer and Trash
- Free Parking
- Updated Kitchens with Appliances and Disposal
- Updated units including some new kitchens
- Large Closets for Ample Storage
- Beautiful Gardens and Courtyard
- Planned Daily Activities
- Cable/Satellite Ready
- Ceiling Fans
- Free WiFi
- Garbage Disposal
- Internet Ready
- Utilities Paid
- Game Room
- Laundry Room
- Non-Smoking Community
- Planned Activities
- Swimming Pool
Warmth, friendship and companionship is the atmosphere this beautiful independent senior community creates for its residents. Nestled in a beautiful landscaped and private setting, this community for adults over 55 is around the corner from shopping and other conveniences. Our units feature individual patios, garden areas and individual entrances with front porch space. Carports and covered walkways make getting around easy. Our large social hall is where residents gather for daily planned activities. Each one and two bedroom apartment or two bedroom town home feature updated kitchens with disposal. Ample storage is available throughout the home. Convenient laundry facilities are located onsite. Call today to reserve your home at Amherst Meadow.
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