Winding Commons

Offers Independent Living

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6017 Winding Way, Carmichael, CA 95608
Call (800) 385-2527
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Independent Living Reviews for Winding Commons

October 01, 2020

By Victor

I visited this facility

We toured Winding Commons Senior Living. It was very pleasant, it was really exclusive, and what they had to offer was appropriate for Mom. They had housekeeping, they offered two meals, there was a hairdresser, transportation, and activities. They had a 24-hour staff. When you walked up to the property it looked like a country club, it was really nice, the facade had trees, fountains, you could hear water going, and the landscape was manicured. Inside was a baby grand piano in the atrium, and it looked like a Four Seasons hotel. The rooms had people's names on a plaque, and the property was beautiful.

December 20, 2019

By J.E.

I visited this facility

We went to Winding Commons. It was really nice, very welcoming, exactly what my aunt-in-law needed, but it was very expensive. The lady was very nice, the apartments were nice to look at, clean, good size, and had good views. The dining area was nice, it's friendly, and when you move in, they have a welcome committee. It smelled good.

March 18, 2019

By Kathryn

I visited this facility

We liked Winding Commons the most, but it was a little bit expensive. The facility was cozy and they had a lot of amenities like free wi-fi and housekeeping services once a week. The apartment was really nice. They had two meals a day and exercise classes. The woman who gave us the tour was nice and friendly. It was a warm community. The menu looked good and they had a list of monthly activities.

August 30, 2018


I visited this facility

I liked Winding Commons. I liked that it was smaller and quaint. I liked the rooms looking out onto the river. There was a little fountain area. I liked that most of the rooms had an outside area. The patios have a little bit more room where you can put chairs and plants. The staff was very nice and answered all our questions. They have a nice outdoor patio where you can eat.

August 21, 2017

By Patty

I visited this facility

The nicest apartments we saw were in Winding Commons; they were beautiful and large. The food was excellent.

March 07, 2017

By Martin652757

I visited this facility

The man I spoke from Winding Commons represented the area very well. I spent a lot of time there, and the place is really clean. The staff is very friendly. The rooms were clean and spacious.

January 30, 2017

By Anonymous272781

I visited this facility

Winding Commons had the same amenities, but they had a mentor program. If somebody is new, they will provide a mentor, like somebody who has been there for awhile, to help them get used to the place and get them acquainted with people. I thought that was cool because for people who move in, it is a new start. They're trying to make them feel part of the family there, so I thought that was nice. Otherwise, everything was the same as other communities. The place was beautiful and had an area where you can walk around outside, like a courtyard with a fountain, a walkway, and a bridge.

September 30, 2016

By Cheri201151

I visited this facility

I thought Winding Commons Senior Living was good. It was a very inviting atmosphere, and they had quite a few activities. They have bus service, and they have good food. The apartments are a reasonable size, and they have kitchens in them. If you have somebody visiting from out of town, they do have a room there where he can stay. They also have a family guest dining room if there is a birthday.

May 13, 2015

By Caring83189550

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Winding Commons is very clean and updated. The people who run it are amazing and are very helpful to my mother. They have a one-bedroom with a living room and a small kitchen with a stove and an oven. The room was very clean when she moved in. The food was good, although it was restricted to low-salt. They have a salad bar out every two meals, and they always have juice, coffee, donuts, and pastries in the lobby. They put yogurt out there for the people. It’s quite affordable because they don’t offer the assisted living, but they can give you numbers for in-home care in case you need it. They have a lot of events: they’re going to see The Music Man next week, and they have workout class for exercise Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. They have a dance class and a happy hour. For now it’s working perfectly for my mom.

March 02, 2015

By John103048650

I visited this facility

The name of the facility is Winding Commons. The place is excellent, and it is really impressive. I was able to check the rooms, and they were very nice. We looked at two bedrooms, and they have two models. One was around 800 square feet, and the other was around 1100 square feet. It has a nice kitchen and two bathrooms. It is very nice. I have tried eating there, and the food was excellent. They have movies, cards, and exercise. They have offsite visits too. I just thought it was the most outstanding facility of all the ones we visited, and we visited a lot. Plus, the price was moderate. We didn't really see anything any nicer than that. We saw some that were comparable, but they were several thousand dollars more. Winding Commons stood out from all the others.

September 02, 2014

By Caring89208450

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My grandma lives in Winding Commons. I don't think their food is very good, but other than that, it's nice. It's very expensive. My grandma lives in a two-bedroom apartment. She just goes downstairs for lunch and dinner. I go there to see my grandma and I usually take her shopping.
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Questions about Winding Commons

What places are nearby for independent living residents to enjoy?

We have a great shopping center within walking distance.

What are some recent off-site events that the community activity director at Winding Commons has organized?

We are sponsoring The Oscar Dance at Mission Oaks featuring the John Skinner Band.

What transportation services does Winding Commons offer to independent living residents?

We offer transportation to Doctor appointments and shopping as well as weekly outings on our community bus.

What common areas are available for independent living residents?

We have a Media-room, Puzzle room, Pool table & card table area, Library, Chapel, and exercise room. Outside we have outdoor dining by the pond area in the Spring & Summer.

What safety features or security measures does Winding Commons offer to independent living residents?

There are pull cords in the bedroom and bathroom of every apartment home. We have surveillance camera's and an employee is here 24 hrs a day for emergencies.

If Winding Commons accepts dogs or cats, what indoor/outdoor areas can they enjoy?

We are pet friendly, with walking paths around the community with benches to rest or relax on along the way.

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Services and Amenities of Winding Commons


  • All Inclusive Rent
  • Entry Fee
  • Independent Living Starting At: $2535/month

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Companion Suites: We Do Not Offer Companion Suites
  • Studio Apartments


  • Resident Capacity: 200
  • Minimum Age: 62
  • Pets: Small Pets Allowed
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About Winding Commons

Winding Commons in Carmichael, CA, is a premier 62 and older senior living community. We are devoted to the individual comfort and well-being of every member of our senior community. Our beautiful and spacious studio, one bedroom and two bedroom apartment homes have full kitchens, private baths, both with natural birch cabinetry, large customized closets, patios and balconies, and emergency pull cords for 24-hour response. A delightful water feature and walking paths invite residents and their small pets to take a stroll and relax. Caring and compassionate staff members take care of the majority of life’s daily chores, freeing up time for the things that matter most.

Activities and events at Winding Commons are thoughtfully organized to offer opportunities to stretch and strengthen body and mind, as well as lift the spirit. Our dedicated staff strives to create and facilitate a diverse menu of options.

Gatherings, events and classes include:

  • Table and Card Game
  • Arts & Crafts Workshops
  • Regional Outings
  • Small Group Exercise
  • Hosted Happy Hours
  • Live Music and Entertainment

Residents engage as they see fit. Every day offers a new way to connect to and take pleasure in the community. Our dedicated staff offers an array of activities, both entertaining and educational.

What Makes Us Special

Winding Commons sits between the capital city of Sacramento, and Folsom Lake State Recreation Area. The Sacramento suburb is home to palm lined streets, the American River Trail, Ancil Hoffman Park and Jensen Botanical Gardens.

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