4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Richmond, VA

Lakewood Manor

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1900 Lauderdale Drive, Richmond, VA 23238
"Lakewood offers a warm and inviting atmosphere for my Mom. She was living on her own before she moved to Lakewood and having trouble keeping up her house. She has a nice single family home at..." More

Westminster Canterbury Richmond

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
1600 Westbrook Ave., Richmond, VA 23227
"This place is lovely. A friend of mine lives here with her husband and I have visited multiple times. They have a lovely two bedroom apartment that also has an office/study. I have eaten lunch..." More

Hermitage at Cedarfield

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
2300 Cedarfield Parkway, Richmond, VA 23233
"Hermitage at Cedarfield has been taking care of my mother since she moved into the independent living facility in 2005; since then she has moved to Assisted Living and now to the Health Care..." More

Masonic Home of Virginia

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
500 Masonic Lane, Richmond, VA 23223
"My great grandmother moved into the Masonic Home of Virginia at the age of 96. She was still very active, and this home accommodated her for the last ten years of her life. Often when I came to..." More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Richmond

  • Review of Lakewood Manor

    Lakewood Manor is beautiful if you can afford it, and they have all the whole works. It would be a wonderful place to spend the time. We only talked with the sales manager; they were very courteous... Read more

  • Review of Lakewood Manor

    I did visit Lakewood Manor, and the place was very nice. The people were nice as well. The activities looked very good too. I was looking at a two-bedroom apartment; it was not very big, but it was... Read more

  • Review of Lakewood Manor

    Lakewood Manor was an independent, assisted, and memory care facility. It was one that my mom knew about. I liked how clean and how detailed everything was. The staff was interacting with the resid... Read more


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