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Appletree Court senior living

Featuring 20 beautiful apartments - Our residents enjoy a social delivery care model.

HUD income based independent apartment living allows seniors to enjoy many amenities that wouldn't be available at home or through standard apartment rentals. While living at Appletree Court means more socializing, more security and less isolation than living alone, having their own apartment units also gives seniors their privacy and solitude when they need it.


Appletree Court

Now accepting applications for new tenants, for more information:

Community features

  • Independent apartment living for eligible seniors (62+)
  • Secure building
  • Community & socialization 
  • A community dining area
  • Mail, laundry, and garbage services conveniently located indoors
  • Noon meal delivery available from Breckenridge Senior Citizen Center
  • Emergency call available through contract with LifeLine
  • Home Health services available through contract

Special Meal Services: A community dining area is provided in addition to a full kitchen and dining area in each apartment.  Home delivered noon meal services are available through the Senior Citizen Center in Breckenridge, MN.

Residents in the dining area at Appletree Court

Smoking Policy
Appletree Court is a smoke free environment.  No smoking in the building, apartments or grounds is permitted.  This supports a Healthier Community Initiative.

Front lobby of Appletree Court

Qualifications for residency

Residency is restricted to income eligible applicants who are able to live independently and meet the following criteria: an adult head of household, co-head or spouse who is 62 years or older.

For current income limits contact the housing manager at  218-643-0407

Rental Assistance
Financial assistance is available through HUD Section 8, a Department of Housing and Urban Development program. Persons with incomes less than 50% of the median income for the area may be eligible for this assistance. Qualified tenants are expected to pay 30% of their adjusted income or 10% of their annual income for rent whichever is higher.