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Spring Brook Meadows

Senior Villas

Spring Brook Meadows Senior Villas located at 2732 Granville Street consists of 44 on-site rental units with a mix of 26 Project Based Section 8 units and 18 public housing units for seniors aged 62 or older. There are 30 one bedroom units and 14 two bedroom units, each with its own entrance, porch and additional storage area. To ensure comfort and convenience, each apartment features open living and dining areas, modern kitchens with dishwashers, washer and dryer connections and central heat and air. The 1,600 sq, ft. on-site clubhouse serves as a meeting place for residents and features a large activity room with library, computer stations, TV, kitchen, laundry room and the management office which is operated by Beacon Management.

Activities for the SBM seniors are coordinated by HPHA. The seniors participate in various workshops, seminars and social outings designed to assist them to continue to live independently. The services are provided in partnership with local organizations such as: the High Point Police Department, Guilford County Cooperative Extension Office, Guilford County Department of Social Services and the Seniors Health Insurance Information Department of North Carolina.

Single-Family Homes

The homeownership component of the Springfield Townhomes HOPE VI Revitalization Plan includes 118 single-family homes. The 2-story homes with 4 distinctive floor plans are Energy Star rated homes with 1,635 to 1,885 S.F. of living space, 3, 4 and 5 bedrooms and 2.5 to 3.5 baths. There is an onsite three-hole practice green and ball field for various recreational activities. Also part of the community is the Carl Chavis YMCA, which features a state of the art fitness center, gymnasium and numerous enrichment programs.

Through the HPHA Housing Counseling program, the HPHA provides families interested in purchasing a home in the Spring Brook Meadows community with the tools needed to complete the home-buying process. This collaboration with the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, the City of High Point and other funding sources provides first-time home buyers the opportunity to realize their dream of becoming homeowners.