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  Queensbury Mill Apartments
Location:   1 Market Street, Somersworth, NH
Description:   Assisted living has never been more attractive than the environment offered at the Queensbury Mill Apartment.

Located across the shores of the
Salmon Falls River and overlooking the Great Falls, which divides Maine and New Hampshire, this development is the perfect place for you to live. The residents of the City of Somersworth invite you to reside in one of the most beautifully renovated mills in the area.

With 24 elderly one-bedroom apartments (some are handicapped equipped), the Queensbury Mill offers modern living among history. New appliances, carpeting, and air conditioning can be found in each apartment. For your convenience, each floor offers coin operated laundry and an elevator.

Services include housekeeping and transportation and maintenance through on-site support staff.

Residents can gather meals or get-together in the millís community room. Watch television, read a book,
piece together a puzzle, or play a game of pool with other residents.

Peace of mind is found through a secured building with inside keyed mailboxes. Exterior lighting covers the parking lots and all entrances and an elevator provides ease and enables handicap accessibility.

Pet policy allows for one cat or small dog with a pet deposit.  

Rent is based off of income (30% of adjusted gross income).



Income Limits
(Effective 12-11-2012)

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Celebrating 50 years of Community Service 1961-2011

© 2013 Somersworth Housing Authority
25  Bartlett Street Suite A, Somersworth NH 03878
Phone: 603.692.2864   Fax: 603.692.2877
TTY Relay NH: 800.545.1833  x113

Main Office Hours:
M-F 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm

Mission Statement:


"To provide persons of very low, low and moderate income with decent, safe, sanitary and affordable housing both in project-based and tenant-based programs without discrimination; also to provide programs targeted at ending dependency through education and employment to those individuals who are in need and/or want of new skills to improve their standard of living; and for those persons who are disabled and/or elderly to provide a living environment capable of dealing with their needs within their homes and community and not having to prematurely institutionalize individuals who can remain in their homes with assistance; and to the children of very low, low, and moderate income families to provide services aimed at early education and literacy that will enable them to have an even start with their peers in order to compete on a level that will insure the breaking of the cycle of dependency."