Waynesboro, PA Low Income Housing

Find low income apartments in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania along with non profit organizations that help with low income housing needs.

We have listed the low income / affordable apartments in Waynesboro, PA. Properties include HUD low income housing, public housing offered by housing authorities along with non profit organizations that help with low income housing needs.

HUD listing are oftentimes income based rentals. You cannot earn more than the income limit on these properties. We list all information on our details pages along with information whether they are family apartments, disabled or senior apartments. We searched for low income apartments in Waynesboro, PA and currently do not have any listings. Please click back on your browswer to complete another search for apartments.

Active Listings In Waynesboro, PA

Wallace Courts

Wallace Courts

125 Brown St. And
Waynesboro, PA - 17268
1 443 259-4900

Description
This is a low income apartment. The government gives funds directly to this apartment owner. They charge lower rent for low income persons. Contact this apartment for low rent Family housing with subsidized government low income rates. Call 1 443 259-4900 for more information. click here to view full description

Waynesboro Trinity House

Waynesboro Trinity House

25 N Potamac St And
Waynesboro, PA - 17268
717-762-9033

Description
This is a low income apartment. The government gives funds directly to this apartment owner. They charge lower rent for low income persons. Contact this apartment for low rent, Senior housing apartments with subsidized government low income rates. Call 717-762-9033 for more information. click here to view full description

Nearby Area Listings

Due to the low number of listings in Waynesboro, we have added area listings below.

Jonathan Court Apartments

Jonathan Court Apartments

1731 Center Mills Road
Aspers, PA - 17304
717-334-8024

Nearby Low Income Housing: 23 miles from Waynesboro

Description
Must be working in farm labor or retired/disabled from farm labor to qualify for this type of housing. Rent depends on your income. 24-hour maintenance, lawncare & snow removal included. No pets allowed - Service animals welcome. For more information please call (717)334-8024. Hablamos Es click here to view full description

Shepherds Glen Apartments

Shepherds Glen Apartments

101 Maddex Court
Shepherdstown, WV - 25443
304-876-6238

Nearby Low Income Housing: 27 miles from Waynesboro

Description
Provides 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, subsidized. Rent is 30% of your income. click here to view full description

McIntosh Court Apartments

McIntosh Court Apartments

1815 Center Mills Road
Aspers, PA - 17304
(717) 334-1518

Nearby Low Income Housing: 23 miles from Waynesboro

Description
McIntosh Court, located at 1815 Center Mills Road Aspers, PA, was opened in 1989, providing low-cost housing for farm workers. The complex contains 12 total units, with six two-bedroom townhouses, and six three-bedroom townhouses. McIntosh Court is completely owned and operated by Adams County Hou click here to view full description

Harold Court Apartments

Harold Court Apartments

142 North Stratton Street
Gettysburg, PA - 17325
(717) 334-1518

Nearby Low Income Housing: 18 miles from Waynesboro

Description
Harold Court, located at 142 North Stratton Street Gettysburg, PA, was opened in June of 1990, and provides low-cost housing to a 100 percent elderly population. The building includes 36, 1 bedroom units, and contains an elevator. Harold Court is completely owned and managed by Adams County Housin click here to view full description

Fahnestock House Senior Low Income Apartments

Fahnestock House Senior Low Income Apartments

47 Baltimore Street
Gettysburg, PA - 17325
(717) 334-1518

Nearby Low Income Housing: 18 miles from Waynesboro

Description
Provides low-cost housing to a 100 percent elderly population. The building includes 27 total units, with 4 efficiencies, and 23 one bedrooms, containing an elevator. Fahnestock House is managed by Adams County Housing Authority. The ACHA, PICPI, and Turning Point Interfaith Mission each provid click here to view full description