Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
4.7 stars average rating
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Prices for Continuing Care Communities in Montgomery County start at $3,800.00.
"My parents were independent residents together for more than 10 year & my mother alone in the skilled nursing care for 6 years. In the skilled care area one couldn't ask for more sincere caring..." More
"Spring House was beautiful, the food was great and the residents seemed very happy there. This was our choice for my in laws. The accommodations were beautiful. It's an older facility but they're..." More
"Fort Washington Estates is a private, gated community set back from the busy suburban streets surrounding it. The modern-looking facility is located in a safe, middle-class neighborhood. A portico..." More
"My grandparents lived at Gwynedd Estates for almost 20 years, and considered it one of the greatest decisions they ever made. The staff is not only friendly and professional, but took an earnest..." More
"The best of both worlds surround the Rydal Park community: a large shopping center is on one side, while Alverthorpe Park with its walking trails and camping areas is on the other. Sliding glass..." More
"We visited Foulkeways. I did found a beautiful little city! A lovely town, beautiful community, and friendly people. The dining area is really spacious and you can have a buffet type like in a..." More
"Normandy Farm was very nice. I thought the person taking us around felt her place was very nice and didn't need to sell it as much and I didn't feel she was quite as gracious as some of the other..." More
"My mom is on the waiting list of Elm Terrace Gardens. It is our choice because she likes it better and the price is right. It is a cheery and happy place. She also likes the activities and we are..." More
"Brittany Pointe is the newest of the communities I've visited. Their apartments were outstanding. They have an area that's very light and with windows on all three sides, that made the apartment..." More
"I recently visited Dock Woods Community with my father and mother. Both of them are in there upper 80's. Their health is failing and they were looking for a place that provided additional support...." More
"This assisted living home is a great facility. My grandparents have lived there for the past two years. I have visited the facility several times and each time was a very pleasant experience. ..." More
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