4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Charleston County, SC

Somerby of Mount Pleasant

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
3100 Tradition Circle, Mount Pleasant, SC 29466
"Somerby of Mount Pleasant was very nice, clean, and pretty. They were very polite, thorough, and showed us everything. They had lots of activities. We really liked it, but it was pretty expensive...." More

Franke Home at Seaside

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1885 Rifle Range Road, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
"I thought Franke Home was a nice facility. It was a little pricey and, I think, they had some buy-ins, but they really were not clear about that. The only thing, there was just one meal a day. They..." More

Bishop Gadsden Episcopal

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
One Bishop Gasden Way, Charleston, SC 29412
"It is a very nice place, and they do have service until the end of life. They have a lot more facilities. I know several people that live there. I would recommend the place if they have the money..." More

Sandpiper Village

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1224 Village Creek Lane, Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
"My grandmother used to live at the Sandpiper Village. I know that the apartments were very spacious -- much more spacious than where my momma is -- and hers was one of the more expensive..." More

Continuing Care Retirement Communities near Charleston County, SC

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Charleston County

  • Review of Sandpiper Village

    Sandpiper Village was dirty and old. All of the old people were parked in front of a TV. It was yucky. They walked around with us and showed us the different rooms, but it didn’t smell nice. It was... Read more

  • Review of Somerby of Mount Pleasant

    Somerby of Mount Pleasant was very nice, clean, and pretty. They were very polite, thorough, and showed us everything. They had lots of activities. We really liked it, but it was pretty expensive. ... Read more

  • Review of Franke Home at Seaside

    Franke at Seaside was clean. The staff was very friendly, cooperative, and knew all the people living there. They had two or three dining facilities, a swimming pool, big exercise rooms, and well-k... Read more


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