4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Hartford County, CT

Duncaster

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
40 Loeffler Road, Bloomfield, CT 06002
"I went to Duncaster for my parents and very much enjoyed the facility. I liked the setup and talked to several nice people. They have a medical facility with a doctor there. I loved that place. If..." More

The New McLean Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
75 Great Pond Rd, Simsbury, CT 06070
"My sister is in independent living at McLean, which is a continuing care facility. It seems to be well-run. My sister has been living there for several years. Her husband passed away last fall, but..." More

McAuley Retirement Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
275 Steele Road, West Hartford, CT 06117
"Refund Plans: 67% of Entrance Fee ; Declining Balance over 50 mos. (Price: 65% avg of Entrance Fee.Fee.)." More

Arbors

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
403 West Center Street, Manchester, CT 06040
"Refund Plans: 80%. Rental units also available, without Continuing Care option and no Entrance Fee." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Hartford
  • Review of The New McLean Village

    My sister is in independent living at McLean, which is a continuing care facility. It seems to be well-run. My sister has been living there for several years. Her husband passed away last fall, but... Read more

    Thomas
  • Review of Duncaster

    The staff at Duncaster seemed to be a bit overworked and didn’t seem to pay enough attention to us. Everybody was just too busy to show us around. I wasn’t impressed at all. The dining area was OK.... Read more

    Jane821162
  • Review of Duncaster

    I went to Duncaster for my parents and very much enjoyed the facility. I liked the setup and talked to several nice people. They have a medical facility with a doctor there. I loved that place. If ... Read more

    Arthur15
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