4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Middlesex County, MA
The average cost of continuing care retirement communities in Middlesex County is $3,900 per month. This is higher than the national median of $2,613. Cheaper nearby regions include Norfolk with an average starting cost of $3,749.
To help you with your search, browse the 18 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Middlesex County. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Middlesex County 4.2 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Norfolk with an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Middlesex
Review of Carleton-Willard Village
My beloved husband and husband for almost 56 years was at Ross Worthen @Carlton-Willard.. My husband was a very loving and kind husband. and also a great Dad and Grandfather and friend to all.. ... Read more
Review of The Commons in Lincoln
The staff at The Commons in Lincoln was very pleasant and friendly. Their activities were a lot more challenging and diverse than other facilities, and they had a lot of things that I would be inte... Read more
Review of The Commons in Lincoln
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... Read more
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