Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Nashville, Tennessee

Park Manor Apartments

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
115 Woodmont Blvd, Nashville, TN 37205
"I visited this and an assisted living before moving here. I just felt right when I came here...it's beautiful and other residents are happy to be here and so friendly. There is an assisted living..." More

Blakeford at Green Hills

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
11 Burton Hills Blvd, Nashville, TN 37215
"Our family could not have found a better place to call home for our mom. The Blakeford's caring staff are supportive, friendly, and make us all feel right at home whenever we are there. It is..." More

Lakeshore Estates-The Meadows

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
8044 Coley Davis Rd., Nashville, TN 37221
"Could not have had a better experience for my father's passing. Staff worked well with Alive Hospice and made him and my mother very comfortable hours before taking his last breath. Communication..." More

Richland Place

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Elmington Ave, Nashville, TN 37205
"I visited my Grandmother at Richland Place in Nashville, TN and it seemed less like an assisted living facility and more like an extremely luxurious full-service apartment complex. The lobby and..." More

McKendree Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4347 Lebanon Rd, Hermitage, TN 37076
"McKendree Village exceeded our expectation. It’s on a 47 acre campus. They have about 200 independent residents in a 19 story tower. They have all kinds of activities; you can do two or three..." More

The Heritage at Brentwood

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
900 Heritage Way, Brentwood, TN 37027
"Why I committed to The Heritage: 1. Warm, welcoming personnel who are helpful in reaching the decision to become a resident--support w/o pressure. 2. Clean, pleasing environment. 3. Happy,..." More

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