Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Lake County

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Lake Port Square

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
600 Lake Port Blvd., Leesburg, FL 34748
"We went to Lake Port; it’s probably the oldest in the community, and it’s very nice. It was OK, we have lots of friends who live there, and it’s affordable for us. They take care of your room, they..." More

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Freedom Pointe at The Villages

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1550 El Camino Real, The Villages, FL 32159
"Freedom Pointe was a buy-in, it's a continuing care community, everything was top notch, but the price was way up; it was crazy. There's a man-made lake, and it sits on a golf course. The building..." More

Lady Lake Specialty Care

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
630 Griffin Ave, Lady Lake, FL 32159
"My dear mom, 81, had a major stroke one month ago. we are all heart broken. she was a very active, independent woman up until the day before the stroke. Her stroke was in the right side of her..." More

Lakeview Terrace

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
331 Raintree Drive, Altoona, FL 32702
"I've chosen Lakeview Terrace, and I will move in a year or two depending on my health. It's rural, the price is right, they have a new aquatic center, and you could fish in the lake. It's my..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Lake
  • Review of Lake Port Square

    Lake Port Square was a very, very nice place. The staff was excellent. Read more

    DonaldN
  • Review of Lake Port Square

    The Lake Port Square is close to where I live and from where I work that's why we've chosen that place for my parents. It was the best one we looked around and it's an active community. They are ... Read more

    John46
  • Review of Lake Port Square

    I liked Lake Port Square very much. I liked the location and the units. The staff was very nice, too. Read more

    Helen12
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