Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Middlesex County

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The Commons in Lincoln

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
One Harvest Circle, Lincoln, MA 01773
"We are planning to move to The Commons. We're going there to be near our son, and we're moving to assisted living. It's brand-new; it just opened in April, and that would be good because the people..." More

Carleton-Willard Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
100 Old Billerica Road, Bedford, MA 01730
"Carleton Willard rooms and grounds were excellent. It’s very attractive and comfortable. My husband and I found it very warm. The woman we talked to was very friendly and accommodating. I have been..." More

Lasell Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
120 Seminary Avenue, Auburndale, MA 02466
"The place was fine. The people and the events were nice. I consider it a place I could move-in in the future " More

Brookhaven at Lexington

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1010 Waltham Street, Lexington, MA 02421
"My visit at Brookhaven was very good. The staff was good, and a friend of mine used to live there. Their food was very good, the room was very nice, and they have a lot of events and things going..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Middlesex
  • Review of The Commons in Lincoln

    The Commons in Lincoln was new, very clean, and a beautiful place. They had a big indoor swimming pool, which I like. The staff were most helpful. They showed me around, and they told me exactly wh... Read more

    HKR
  • Review of The Commons in Lincoln

    I'm at The Commons in Lincoln now. It is convenient to where I used to live. Also, they're planning to build a memory unit and skilled nursing, too. The staff's work attitude is very good. We have ... Read more

    Caring66285250
  • Review of The Commons in Lincoln

    The Commons in Lincoln has a very expensive buy-in. That's not what my mother wants, and I don't think it's good enough. There's a lot of construction going on right now because they're building a ... Read more

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