Maple is Open!

By November 30, 2018Uncategorized

On November 5th, the first residents of the new Maple apartment building moved to Wake Robin. The first day had three moves. At the end of November, there are a total of fourteen homes that are settling into the Wake Robin Community at Maple.

A moving van outside Maple

Maple residents are just as diverse as the rest of Wake Robin. There are locals who have moved from the Shelburne area, and some have relocated from

The lounge on the second floor of Maple

as far as Arizona. There are new Wake Robin residents scheduled to move to Maple up until June of 2019.

Maple has 38 homes total with seven different floor plans ranging from 833 square feet to 2144 square feet. Homes in Maple have 9-foot ceilings with beautiful 6-foot windows. There is a lobby for residents to meet and a lounge area on every floor. Outdoor spaces on the first floor and the third floor offer views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks.

Maple shares the same amenities as the rest of Wake Robin. Included in resident’s monthly bill are: high speed internet, basic cable, heating & air conditioning, trash and recycling, home repairs & maintenance, tennis court & swimming pool use, and much more! The most important service included is long term care through Wake Robin’s five-star Linden Health Center.

Since the groundbreaking ceremony September 2017, Wake Robin has been eagerly awaiting Maple to be completed. Now that residents are moving in, Wake Robin is even more excited to welcome them into this bustling community.

If you are interested in taking a tour of Maple – call (802)264-5100. There are some Maple homes still available.

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