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Why Live Here?
If you are looking for luxury apartment living with that warm residential feeling, you will feel right at home at Cascade Woods. This wonderful Aloha community offers superior quality craftsmanship, unique amenities and interior designs with all those special touches that turn your apartment into a home. Every spacious One, Two and Three bedroom floor plan features a wide variety of comforts. No details have been overlooked - upstairs homes even feature vaulted ceilings. Entertainment style kitchens provide plenty of extra cabinet space, with all the modern appliances including dishwashers and garbage disposals. There is a washer and dryer in every home. You will appreciate energy efficient electric heat controls throughout. Linen closets and ceiling fans are also a nice benefit. Private decks or patios help bring the outdoors in. Extra storage is conveniently included as well. Every home comes with reserved parking, covered parking and private garages are available to rent. ...
Amenities
  • Playground
  • Sauna
  • Storage Space
  • Fitness Center
  • Near Public Transit
  • Covered Parking
  • BBQ Area
  • Cable TV Ready
  • Close to Shopping
  • Freeway Access
  • Hot Tub
  • Large Dogs Breed Restrictions
  • Pets OK
  • Picnic Area
  • Reserved Parking

 

About Aloha, OR


Aloha is sometimes confused for being its own city. Instead, it is actually an unincorporated community in Washington County, which operates as a census-designated place. Although Aloha is not a city, it has a population of nearly 50,000, making it the size of what would be a middle-sized US city. Its population has also grown in the past decade. Aloha tried to incorporate in the 1980s, but the County determined that it didn’t have the public resources to fully serve its residences.