4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Norfolk County, MA
The average cost of continuing care retirement communities in Norfolk County is $3,749 per month. This is higher than the national median of $2,613.
To help you with your search, browse the 12 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Norfolk County. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Norfolk County 4.7 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Norfolk
Review of Orchard Cove
My friend is at Orchard Cove. It is great. The rooms are elegant. They're suites actually. My friend lives alone. She has a large living/dining room, a nice size bedroom, a bathroom, and a kitchen.... Read more
Review of Fox Hill Village
Fox Hill was very expensive; you need to pay $17,000 for a parking garage and $15 a month for maintenance of the garage. That's ridiculous. The grounds were very nice. It didn't look like they had ... Read more
Review of North Hill
We visited North Hill. It is the crème de la crème of senior residences. It is number 1. Everybody says so, and it’s true. The staff is very friendly and very accommodating. The rooms are gorgeous.... Read more
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