The Olde Woolen Mill is a community of 40 units of affordable housing for residents over the age of 55 earning less than 60% of the area median income. Residents enjoy access to the Great Works River that runs alongside the property, the town common, community center, and computer learning center.
This historic mill has always been an important focal point within the community. Originally built in 1832 and then destroyed in a fire, the existing structure was rebuilt in 1861. The mill closed in 1955 and lay vacant for nearly 40 years. Caleb rehabilitated and preserved this historic location in 2009. The Caleb Group provides resident service coordination to assist in linking residents to the services they need within the community. This property does not allow smoking indoors.
Residents must income qualify.
We gladly accept Section 8 vouchers and Shelter + Care vouchers.