Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Fayette County
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There are 2 Continuing care retirement communities in Fayette and in the nearby area. Starting costs for the Fayette area range from $1858 to $1858, with an average of $1858. The average rating of Continuing care retirement communities in Fayette is 3.8 out of 5 stars. .
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Review of Richmond Place
I really liked it. They have a pool and I love that she's allowed to swim if she wanted to. However, it wasn't up to date or modern. It looked older, although it wasn't unkempt and the rooms were v... Read more
Review of Richmond Place
My mother-in-law was at Richmond Place for a week and she liked it there. It was a good experience. She was happy there for the most part and she seemed pleased with the staff. She was in skilled c... Read more
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