8 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Chester County, PA


Freedom Village at Brandywine

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
15 Freedom Blvd., Coatesville, PA 19320
"We chose Freedom Village at Brandywine. They had the nicest apartments of any places we visited. They were very spacious, lovely, and very bright. They were mostly over 1,500 sq. ft. two bedrooms..." More

Tel Hai

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1200 Tel Hai Circle, Honey Brook, PA 19344
"I visited Tel Hai for my mother, and I had a friend there also. It has 3 levels of care, from independent to full nursing, all on the same community. I think it's a wonderful community. I eat..." More

Ware Presbyterian Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
7 East Locust Street, Oxford, PA 19363
"Ware Presbyterian Village's individual cottages were very well laid out and the maintenance was very nice. The landscaping outside was very nice and the people we met were very friendly. It seemed..." More

Barclay Friends

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
700 N. Franklin St., West Chester, PA 19380

Kendal at Longwood

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
P.O. Box 100, Kennett Square, PA 19348
"I went to Kendall at Longwood. It’s a nice community, but the rooms were a little bit small. They have very nice staff that look after you. The dining room is nice and spacious. People were having..." More

Simpson Meadows

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
101 Plaza Drive, Downingtown, PA 19335

Jenner's Pond

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2000 Greenbriar Lane, West Grove, PA 19390
"Everything is very nice at Jenner's Pond – the place, location and the staff. They were also very friendly and accommodating. Food was excellent. There's every imaginable activity like wood work..." More

Makemie at Whiteland

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
855 Springdale Drive Suite 110, Exton, PA 19341
"Makemie at Whiteland is the newest senior living option in the Delaware Valley. Makemie features spacious new apartment and villa homes, as well as assisted living and nursing care all on the..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Chester County

  • Review of Freedom Village at Brandywine

    Freedom Village is quite nice. The staff and the people were very accommodating, very pleasant, and seemed to be very happy. It was a nice atmosphere. That was our favorite place, and everything se... Read more

  • Review of Ware Presbyterian Village

    Ware Presbyterian Village's individual cottages were very well laid out and the maintenance was very nice. The landscaping outside was very nice and the people we met were very friendly. It seemed ... Read more

  • Review of Ware Presbyterian Village

    We chose Ware Presbyterian Village for my father because it was closer. It's certainly something I would recommend to somebody. It just felt like such a warm and welcoming place. They took their ti... Read more


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