Beat the Heat this Summer at Harbor Heights

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Are you considering a location for a second home? Why not explore the active, 55+ lifestyle offered at Harbor Heights in downtown Olympia, WA? With mild temperatures and lots of sunshine from July through September, western Washington is the best place to spend the summer months!


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Enjoy Western Washington’s Famous Mild and Sunny Summers


Escape the extreme heat and humidity and spend your summers sightseeing along breezy coastlines, whale-watching, and hiking shaded old-growth forests when renting a new apartment residence at Harbor Heights. We offer flexible lease options from 6 to 18 months, so you can decide how to allocate your time between your home bases in the best way that works for you.



Ideal Location for a Secondary Summer Home


With its convenient, walkable downtown location, and proximity to the waterfront Harbor Heights makes for an ideal second home. Our active, close-knit community of residents aged 55 and better find plenty of ways to connect through resident-sponsored community clubs and by attending many community events like our upcoming Charity Pet Walk with our friends at Mudd Bay.


Spend Your Summers Enjoying the Great Outdoors


Western Washington is well-known for its breathtakingly beautiful mountain and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation. Summer is the best time to take advantage of all this area has to offer, like hiking nearby Mt. Rainier National Park and exploring its many wildflower meadows or chartering a boat out of Budd Bay to explore the vast and majestic Puget Sound.


Only a Few Residences Still Available


Harbor Heights has only a few select residences available for immediate move-in this summer with specials on select one-bedrooms with up to hundreds off the monthly rent. Contact our team to learn about details and pricing. Ready to begin your next ageless adventure? Schedule your appointment to visit Harbor Heights today!




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