7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Palo Alto, CA
Also serving communities of Los Altos, Portola Valley, Union City, San Mateo, Pleasanton.
There are 7 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in the Palo Alto area, with 3 in Palo Alto and 4 nearby.
The average cost of continuing care retirement communities in Palo Alto is $4,800 per month. This is higher than the national median of $2,563. Cheaper nearby regions include Cupertino with an average starting cost of $0.
To help you with your search, browse the 15 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Palo Alto. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Palo Alto 4.7 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Cupertino with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Palo Alto
Review of Vi at Palo Alto
Vi at Palo Alto was extremely high-end and high-priced. The staff did a good tour and explained everything. It was very professionally done. It's a little too stuffy and high class. They're appeali... Read more
Review of Webster House
We liked Webster House because the apartment was larger and lighter, and the building was located on a pretty well-travelled street in Palo Alto, which would make walking outside more appealing. It... Read more
Review of Webster House
I moved to Webster House more than a decade ago. It was a smart choice. The House is small, personable, and friendly. Residents are educated. There’s an easy walk to banks, theaters, medical, a... Read more
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