Independent Living in Greenville County, South Carolina
4.7 stars average rating
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Prices for Independent Living in Greenville County start at $1,749.00.
"Westminster is a very nice place, but I can't afford this place. They were very good. They do have exercise rooms as well as games rooms; all kinds of things. If I could just afford this place,..." More
"I have a sister that lives in Greenville and my mother was in a CCRC in Marietta, Ga. We moved her to the rehab here. When she got out of rehab, we moved her to assisted living. I have been her..." More
"This facility is a medium size assisted living facility. My mother is a resident there. My brother and I visited numerous assisting living places before making the decision to move our mom there...." More
"If I could afford it, I would send my mother to the Springs at Simpsonville. The place is very nice; it's very up-to-date, very modern, and elaborate. I think it's fairly new and well-kept. At that..." More
"Bayberry Retirement Inn was a nice place. It had big rooms. It was clean and neat. It did not have an odor.
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