Situated on the southern shores of Puget Sound, Olympia is one of the Pacific Northwest’s star cities. That’s because Olympia is a modest-sized city that offers residents a vibrant culture, charming downtown, first-class festivals and an abundance of outdoor recreational activities. Clean air and water, outstanding schools, a healthy economy, and close proximity to major metropolitan attractions make this community one of the most desirable places in the country to live.
With its prime location and distinctive feel, this area now has a new housing option for active adults (62+) at the Village Cooperative of South Sound. Offering hassle-free home ownership while embracing the same sense of community pride that makes this location so attractive, the Village Cooperative of South Sound enables you with options to stay healthy, active and engaged in the community you love whether you are working or retired. The best part: ownership comes at an excellent value—free of worries such as maintenance and repair bills!
This dynamic community features 67 homes in a variety of one bedroom, two bedroom and two bedroom with den designs built specifically for the lifestyle of active seniors and retirees. The three-story building built over secure enclosed parking features homes ranging in size from approximately 900 sq. ft. to 1,700 sq. ft. of one-level living space.
A few of the appealing features of this community include a club room, community area, reading areas, hobby shop, guest suite, garden plots, while-you’re-away services and enclosed heated parking with a utility bay—all wrapped up in a fully secure building. The homes are equipped with all appliances including a washer and dryer, in-home storage, walk-in closets and individually controlled HVAC systems.
The Village Cooperative is a community of like-minded adults who want to live with other people their age, but not in an assisted living setting. It offers maintenance-free living with all the benefits of home ownership, plus many unique amenities that are suited for both working and retired residents.