McKenzie House Families
Low Income Family Housing
McKenzie House for Families — Urban convenience with Victorian charm
This lovely Victorian building has five apartments on two floors. McKenzie House for families is designed to be affordable for qualified families with lower income levels. It is a federally assisted low-income smoke free residence. With generous layout and Victorian charm, McKenzie House for Families is a great choice if you are looking to be in a downtown location, in close proximity to Church Street, public transportation, and beautiful Lake Champlain. The property is within walking distance to the downtown shopping area and to the main CCTA bus terminal on Cherry Street. McKenzie House for Families is just a minutes away from the Burlington International Airport (http://www.btv.aero/) and the University of Vermont Medical Center (https://www.uvmhealth.org/medcenter/Pages/default.aspx).
Features and Amenities
Enjoy the convenience of city living at McKenzie House.
- Laundry Facilities
- Ease of access
- Open and spacious layout and design
- Some storage area
As part of the larger McKenzie House community, activities include:
- Holiday dinners
- Picnics and trips
There is a Resident Service Coordinator (RSC) employed by O’Brien Brothers Agency. The RSC assists residents at McKenzie House in accessing community services. McKenzie House uses income targeting for prioritizing the waiting list, which is regulated and required by the federal government.