3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities Near Lexington, KY

2 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Lexington, KY

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Richmond Place

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3051 Rio Dosa Dr., Lexington, KY 40509
"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..." More

Sayre Christian Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
580 Greenfield Drive, Lexington, KY 40517
"My parents passed away but they had stayed in Sayre Christian Village. You have to be at least 63 years old when you want to move into this community. It was for low-income and especially for HUD..." More

1 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Lexington, KY

Wesley Village KY

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1125 Lexington Rd, Wilmore, KY 40390
"She’s already been placed. Wesley Village KY is a much different set up, and it’s excellent for what her needs are. It’s private pay, and there’s a wait list, but as far as recommending it, it’s..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Lexington
  • Review of Richmond Place

    I lived @ Richmond Place for 8 months during renovations (had to complain several times about workers taking "cigarette breaks" right below my window, which was open frequently during the summer, b... Read more

    oldgeezer
  • Review of Sayre Christian Village

    My daughter liked Sayre Christian Village very much. It was the one she was recommending that I go to. One thing I liked about it is that it’s 1-story, and the efficiency room they showed me was OK... Read more

    Gloria38
  • 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

    Caring90126850
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