North Carolina Independent Living
Independent living is a popular choice for self-reliant North Carolina retirees who value their independence, yet want to experience their golden years in a hassle-free environment with every amenity available. The variety of social, physical and cultural services offered at North Carolina's many independent living communities make it all worthwhile.
In North Carolina there are 86 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Independent Living in North Carolina is $2,332 per month.
North Carolina Independent Living Facilities by RegionBack to top
Other Areas in North CarolinaAsheville, Brevard, Burlington, Durham, Goldsboro, Greensboro, Greenville, Hickory, Laurinburg, Lumberton, Mount Airy, New Bern, Salisbury, Mooresville, Wilmington, Wilson, Winston Salem
Map of North Carolina Independent Living FacilitiesBack to top
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Cost of Independent Living in North CarolinaBack to top
The average cost of Independent Living in North Carolina is $2,332. Independent Living costs range from $1,720 to $4,091 depending on location and other factors.
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Overview of North Carolina Independent LivingBack to top
North Carolina offers a variety of unique tourist attractions all over the state, including the Blue Ridge Mountains, Charlotte Motor Speedway and the Biltmore Estate, just to name a few. Many retirees settle down into an independent lifestyle in places like Mt. Airy, Ashville and Winston-Salem. College towns like Chapel Hill are also proving extremely popular with retirees, while places like Pinehurst offer a variety of activities, including golfing and fishing. Low taxes, a mild climate, quick access to medical facilities and a relatively low cost of living have made the state a top destination for retirees, edging out long-time favorite destinations like Florida and Arizona.
Independent Living in North Carolina DefinedBack to top
There are many different types of senior housing, but no other option offers retirees the freedom and flexibility that independent living communities offer. Most communities offer apartment-style homes that are designed with seniors in mind, making them easier to navigate and more compact than most ordinary dwellings. Independent living communities typically also offer restaurant-style communal dining, an abundance of social activities and arranged transportation to special events or daily errands. Unlike assisted living and nursing homes, independent living communities give seniors an opportunity to maintain their independence in an environment that is friendlier to older adults. You can find communities that offer assisted living and skilled nursing services in North Carolina in our Assisted Living and Nursing Home categories.