5 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Sonoma County, CA


Varenna at Fountaingrove

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1401 Fountaingrove Parkway, Santa Rosa, CA 95403
"Varenna in Sta. Rosa was great, and it’s where we would like to go. It’s the best place we’ve seen in California and probably Arizona. We liked the architecture and the quality of the people that..." More

Friends House

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
684 Benicia Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95409
"Very poor facility. Generally unsafe. Administration unresponsive. " More

Spring Lake Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
5555 Montgomery Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 95409
"Spring Lake Village was very nice, and the rooms were excellent. It had a nice pool, movie theater, and performing arts center. It was extremely nice. It was like living in your own little town. " More


Fountaingrove Lodge

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4210 Thomas Lake Harris Drive, Santa Rosa, CA 9...

Oakmont in the Valley of the Moon

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
6575 Oakmont Drive, Suite 7, Santa Rosa, CA 95409

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Sonoma
  • Review of Varenna at Fountaingrove

    Set among oaks high atop the rolling hills north of Santa Rosa overlooking Fountain Grove Lake, Varenna is a gated retirement community offering residents beauty, comfort and security. This senior... Read more

  • Review of Varenna at Fountaingrove

    Varenna at Fountaingrove is like living in a five star hotel. The thing is you have to be independent when you go into this facility. The food is pretty good in this facility. You pay a certain amo... Read more

  • Review of Varenna at Fountaingrove

    Varenna is updated; the room is about 22 square feet, and they have beautiful grounds. It is located in a nice neighborhood with a golf course. The staff is excellent and very accommodating, howeve... Read more

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