Madison Bridge Creek offers spacious 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with washer/dryers, large closets, private outdoor spaces and wood burning fireplaces in Wilsonville, OR. We're just 1 mile from I-5 and 5 miles from I-205 for easy access to Portland, Salem and the Westside Express Service Commuter Train Park & Ride. *   * Visit our community today and take a tour of our 27-acre tranquil setting with wooded views, private community pool, fitness center and playground. Meet our on-site management team. They'll be happy to show you one of our apartment homes.
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Fax: (503) 682-0904
- 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment homes
- Garages available
- Woodburning fireplaces available
- Resort syle pools and spa
- Pet friendly!
- Private decks and wooded views available
- Washer and dryer in all homes
- Convenient, 24-hour fitness center
- On-site RV and boat parking
- Easy access to I-5 and I-205
- Close to restaurants, shopping and Downtown
- Easy walking distance to fenced dog park
- Club House
- Public Transportation
- Short Term Lease
- Broadband Internet Access
- Garbage Disposal
- Walk In Closets
- Washer Dryer In Unit
We do allow pets in our apartment communities. Our policy is as follows: * 1. Only 2 pets are permitted in each apartment or townhomes. * 2. It is our policy to accept only dogs, cats, birds and fish. Acceptance of dogs is based on breed. * 3. Breed restrictions are as follows: Pit Bulls (Bull Terriers or American Staffordshire Terriers), Rottweilers, German Shephards, Dobermans, Chows, Presa Canarios, Akitas, Wolf Hybrids, Huskies, full blood or mixed at any percentage are prohibited from residing at a Madison Community. * 4. A Pet Agreement and Fee will be required for the first pet and an additional non-refundable fee may apply for the second pet. * 5. Service animals to accompany a resident with a verifiable disability for the purpose of aiding that person are not considered "pets."