4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Hillsborough County, NH

St. Joseph's John Knox Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
4100 E. Fletcher Ave, Tampa, FL 33613
"I had a good visit at St. Joseph's John Knox Village, it was a nice place. The apartments were not furnished and you have to bring your own furniture, but it was nice and roomy. However, I was..." More

Hunt Community

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
10 Allds Street, Nashua, NH 03060
"Hunt community was my wife's favorite. The people we know are very happy there. They've got shops for woodworking, and they have a lot of Bridge and card activities. The staff was very good." More

Rivermead

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
150 RiverMead Road, Peterborough, NH 03458
"Rivermead has cottages. We saw two of them and they were really beautiful. They were renovating and putting in whatever the new people wanted. They were very accommodating during our tour. " More

Huntington at Nashua

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
55 Kent Lane, Nashua, NH 03062
"The Huntington Community was a step up in all aspects from other places I visited. The community was upscale. They have lovely apartments. They also have nursing care for later on in life. I had..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Hillsborough County

  • Review of St. Joseph's John Knox Village

    St. Joseph's John Knox Village looked like a very good facility. Everything was positive, but I didn't care for the location due to traffic reasons. They have the most complete recreational things ... Read more

    Frank
  • Review of Hunt Community

    Hunt community was my wife's favorite. The people we know are very happy there. They've got shops for woodworking, and they have a lot of Bridge and card activities. The staff was very good. Read more

    Tyler
  • Review of St. Joseph's John Knox Village

    I had a good visit at St. Joseph's John Knox Village, it was a nice place. The apartments were not furnished and you have to bring your own furniture, but it was nice and roomy. However, I was look... Read more

    William

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