2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Cumberland County, Maine

Piper Shores

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
15 Piper Road, Scarborough, ME 04074
"Piper Shores was beautiful and very big with the ocean view. It has 1300 residents, and that didn’t bother us at all; in fact, we liked that. It had beautiful and bright rooms. " More

The Cedars

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
620-640 Ocean Avenue, Portland, ME 04103

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Cumberland
  • Review of Piper Shores

    Piper Shores was beautiful and very big with the ocean view. It has 1300 residents, and that didn’t bother us at all; in fact, we liked that. It had beautiful and bright rooms. Read more

    Phillip612162
  • Review of Piper Shores

    Piper Shores is very clean and very beautiful. It is probably just too expensive for us. We checked out the apartment as well as the cottages. It is very nice, and the space is just right. The staf... Read more

    Caring106079150
  • Review of Piper Shores

    One of the best CCRC's on East Coast if you can stand winters in Maine! In demand so long wait list. Read more

    Park245
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