Affordable housing for elderly has 35th birthday party

Templeton Farms

KENT — The Templeton Farms apartment complex celebrated a significant milestone this year as it turned 35.

More than 70 residents, current and former town officials, administrative staff and community members gathered at the Kent Senior Center on Sunday, Sept. 18, to have a party in honor of the complex’s anniversary.

Kent Village Housing for the Elderly (KVHE), the nonprofit owner of Templeton Farms, was formed in 1974. Construction of the 24-unit complex was completed in 1976. The complex offers senior housing for low- to moderate-income residents age 62 and older.

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