Independent Living in Chester County, Pennsylvania
4.3 stars average rating
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Prices for Independent Living in Chester County start at $2,395.00.
"Everybody was very friendly at Bellingham. It was very nice to walk around in the independent living area. They asked me to stay for lunch. The food was very good. I met a few people and talked..." More
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"They seemed very lovely at Solana Willistown. The dining area looked beautiful. We met with the chef, and he sat and talked with us. This was a fairly new facility, so it was very lovely, very..." More
"Brightview is a great new retirement home and nursing home. It is very clean and new looking, and all of the employees are so nice! They are not only there to do there job, they are really there to..." More
"I am staying at Traditions. It is an independent living home. It is a fine facility, but they don't do maintenance except outside and we are responsible for house maintenance. The house is spacious..." More
"Ashbridge Manor met all our requirements and needs, and it was close to family. My mother hasn't moved there yet, but every one of us liked the size of the apartment she was going to have. We liked..." More
"I love it at Hopewell Manor. The staff members and the apartments are really nice. They're great for 1 or 2 people because there's only 1 bedroom in them. The facilty is a quiet community.
"We visited Tel Hai. We wanted a two-bedroom apartment, but they told us we could not afford a two-bedroom, so we have to do a one-bedroom. However, the place was very nice. I thought the..." More
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