Continuing Care Retirement Communities in San Mateo County, California
Continuing Care Retirement Communities in
San Mateo County, California
Caring.com offers a free service to help families find senior care. We have thousands of reviews for Continuing Care Communities including 12 reviews for San Mateo County Continuing Care Communities providers. Please explore the information on this page to get contact information and learn about options, amenities, and events.
Prices for Continuing Care Communities in San Mateo County start at $4,200.00.
"The Carlisle was completely different from the other places. It was very upscale. The staff was of the highest quality, better than in any place I had seen, and they were the best that I have..." More
"We have visited The Stratford. It was very delightful. The location was delightful. It's across the park, and it had everything we were looking for. It was a nice visit. I like the spaciousness...." More
"I have visited the Regent several time as I wish to move into a CCRC in the area. The reception of the staff and the time spent with me answering my questions was worthwhile. I don't understand..." More
"San Francisco Towers is located near the opera house and symphony, and seems to take a cue from both with its grand facade. Inside, Italian marble and glass grace the foyer. Redolent of an elegant..." More
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