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The Pines at Davidson

400 Avinger Lane, Davidson, NC 28036

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4.45

(11 reviews)

Offers Continuing Care Communities, Assisted Living, and Independent Living

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Reviews of The Pines at Davidson in Davidson, North Carolina

4.45

(11 reviews)

  • Facility

    4.5

  • Staff

    3.0

Curtis

4

October 24, 2021

I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident

We have a friend that lives in the memory care section of The Pines at Davidson. It's a very nice and very clean facility. They've just undergone a major expansion. She got a studio-type room, and she can either go down for her meals or they would bring the food to her room. They also have a gym and a heated pool, and other facilities. Their dining area is very nice too. You don't smell any urine in there. They keep it very, very clean. It is just expensive.

Carla

4

November 13, 2017

I visited this facility

The Pines provide three meals a day and they have some sort of meal plan for the seniors. It's a progressive community, they offer everything down to full nursing facilities. The person that gave us the tour seemed rushed. It was really nice and the rooms were twice as big as the other place we visited. The only thing we didn't like about it was that you have to pay for an expensive buy-in. They showed us a studio apartment which was very nice and roomy, and a one-bedroom which I loved.

Cyndi10

5

November 28, 2013

I visited this facility

The Pines was topnotch at everything. The cleanliness, the care, the attention, the up kept of the grounds, re-doing the inside periodically and the food were all topnotch. They had indoor pool. They had exercise equipment. They had studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments. They had a bus that took them on trips, to groceries and doctor's appointment. I liked their location. They had box gardens where they could grow vegetables. They had walking trails.

Wanda8

5

November 21, 2013

I visited this facility

We toured The Pines and we liked it. We liked what they did with the care and how they did it. You had a choice of a room, an apartment, a condo and a cabin. I liked the private room where you could bring your friends in. They had everything. We were familiar with the area. It was very modern and clean.

Don21

4

September 26, 2013

I visited this facility

We apartment and the villas at Pines at Davidson are all very nice. I visited the place and everything looked fairly new and clean. My initial impression was very favorable. The people seemed friendly. The one thing that we didn't like is that they have an informal relationship with a church. They had a chapel which represented the denomination of the Presbyterian Church and we really didn't want to be affiliated with a particular church. That was the only negative thing that we saw about The Pines. Other than that, they had social activities, they had lectures, and a number of things going on that seemed good.

Mary67184950

5

August 28, 2013

I am a friend or relative of a resident

My cousin lives at The Pines at Davidson and we actually went to see the place. My father and all of his brothers went to Davidson so it's kind of like going back to a family place. It's a beautiful campus. They really encourage walking and bird watching and communing with nature and all those good things. They have about everything you could want in terms of amenities. They really have good food. They also have a connection at David College, so you can connect over there with classes and concerts. Those are really the reason why we have pretty much decided on this place, but we are not moving in yet, maybe about four years from now. The only drawback is that they don't allow people to bring pets. You can have those if you buy one of the cottages, but that might be out of our financial range. That is the only thing that I can say that we didn't like about it.

caring29001

4

August 10, 2013

I visited this facility

The Pines was great. It was just around the corner from my house and it had beautiful homes. It had a gorgeous pool and had tons of things going on. The town is very active there and the Pines is very active in the town.

SN243THPH

5

July 24, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

It was a wonderful place in the sleepy college town of Davidson, North Carolina. My grandmother moved in about 6 years ago after much looking and consideration. The staff was very professional, extremely friendly and detail oriented. My family could not have imagined a better place for her to spend her final years. She made many friends and her days were filled with many activities, speakers and outing into the community. She was treated with respect and dignity in her final days. She most loved the meals and that fact that the staff would bring her a glass of wine each day for her to sip in the company of friends. She has since stepped down from a independent apartment to a nursing facility and I know that she is great hands. I am glad that there are places like this available for all of our loved ones. I would highly recommend The Pines to anyone looking for a well-run facility

Grandson25

4

July 11, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

Before they were both moved into the more intensive care ward, my grandparents lived in a cottage on the grounds. They were very independent in these cottages and had neighbors of the same metal capacity. They would still go to dinner and events in the main building but everything else was done within their home. When they became more senile, and less able to care for themselves, they were moved in to the main building, under the supervision of nurses 24 hours a day. Having constant supervision and knowing they are not able to wander off is reassuring. However, even with this supervision they are still able to lose items quite easily and often have trouble being coerced into doing activities and eating all meals. As they grow older it is tougher to convince them to do activities they once loved like Bingo. It is a fairly expensive prospect to live in these conditions and sometime our family wishes there was more the staff would do with our grandparents and others living with them. Although, all said my family is very happy with their overall situation as it would be almost impossible to deal with the situation if my grandparents were living at home. There is really no other facility that we would rather move them to and it is nice being able to visit them whenever we would like. Overall I would say that my family is very satisfied with the level of care that my grandparents receive at the home.

JRoe

4

June 23, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

The Pines is not cheap. There is a waiting list. Residents commit large sums far in advance of retirement to secure their spots there. The facility is far above average in terms of staff, cleanliness, amenities, etc. (We used to refer to the place as a "stationary cruise ship".) Healthy residents have small areas in which to garden. There are frequent planned activities. There are walking trails. Buses take residents to grocery stores, exercise facilities, concerts, church, etc. There is a bank and postal service housed within the main building. The medical wing is a little less glorious. As most do, it smells pretty bad. It's not pleasantly lit. The level of care, however, is good. The dining service for healthy residents leaves a fair amount to be desired. Canned vegetables are routine. Overcooked, sugary food is common. Choices are presented each meal, however, and dining is seated w/service.

mercuria17

5

April 18, 2012

I am a friend or relative of a resident

I found this to be a great facility. My grandmother is not a very social person, and she felt pretty lost after my grandfather's death, right before they were due to move into the Pines. The staff are courteous and caring, and she has made friends with the other residents. She also enjoys the many amenities that the Pines offers, including but not limited to varied menus, hairdressers on site, classes like yoga and aerobics, frequent guest speakers, and movies on weekends.

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Services and Amenities of The Pines at Davidson in Davidson, North Carolina

Costs

  • Entry Fee
  • Fee Structure Extra: 100.00 for waiting list fee for not using the the pines facilities and 1000.00 for waiting list fee for limited use of the pines facilities, 3 entrance fees options such as The Standard Entrance Fee, The 50% or 90% Refundable Options, and Monthly Fee

Room and housing options

  • 1-bedroom apartments
  • 2-bedroom apartments
  • Studio Apartments
  • Condos Townhomes
  • Housing Extra: 44 cottages, 12 villlas, 157 apartments

Dining options

  • In Room Kitchens
  • Dining Room Shared Meals
  • Dining Extra: private dining room

About The Pines at Davidson in Davidson, North Carolina

Welcome to The Pines at Davidson. The Pines is a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) located on a beautiful, wooded 50-acre campus at 400 Avinger Lane in Davidson, NC. As a CCRC, The Pines offers residents a full continuum of health care, from independent living to skilled nursing care. Life at The Pines is vibrant and active; however, should a resident's health change, additional care is available on site, eliminating the need for a move to another facility.

Davidson, North Carolina, is a suburb of Charlotte, a mid-size world class city, specializing in Southern charm and hospitality. Charlotte is located within easy access to both the beautiful Blue Ridge mountains and the spectacular North Carolina coast line. Davidson is a small college town, home to Davidson College, one of the premier liberal arts colleges in the country.

The Pines offers residents lifetime use of a residence and care within The Pines community in accordance with the terms of a Residence and Care Agreement. Residents may also use The Pines' many common areas and amenities, including the Workman Wellness Center.

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