Cary Retirement Communities
There are 5 Retirement Communities in Cary, NC and 11 Retirement Communities nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Nestled among Cary’s idyllic countryside, Jordan Oaks offers independent seniors a beautiful location to retire—with abundant amenities and cultural attractions in nearby Raleigh.
Woodland Terrace is a full-service retirement community situated on 22 acres of landscaped grounds and offers a number of different senior living options.
Glenaire is a non-profit, church-related organization managed by The Presbyterian Homes, Inc. In the heart of Research Triangle Park in Cary, North Ca...
The first full-service Life Care community in the Raleigh area, SearStone provides a luxurious lifestyle to Cary retirees, with care options designed to give our residents and their families peace of mind.
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Reviews of Cary Retirement Communities
Another Cisco Community and a winner. the beautiful campus with happy, engaged residents make this property inviting to a homey atmosphere. Residents are often seen gathered in the commons area playing cards, knitting, and talking and family members are often seen coming and going...Read more Woodland Terrace reviews
It's the staff that make Woodland Terrace so amazing. They are friendly, compassionate and seem to love their work. My mom has lived here for about two years and I recommend Woodland Terrace 100%.Read more Woodland Terrace reviews
My mother-in-law has been in Jordan Oaks for 10 years. The staff is very professional. There are plenty of activities if they want to participate. Her room is very nice, very clean, and very simple. She likes it. There’s good food and good food service...Read more Jordan Oaks reviews
Jordan Oaks was great. They had an exercise room but didn't have a pool. It was very nice. The residents seemed happy.Read more Jordan Oaks reviews
Read the fine print. They promise much and guarantee little. They decide what care you get. Your own doctor may have little say. They may even have to farm you out because they don't have room.Read more SearStone reviews
Read the fine print. Once you sign up, they own you. They decide what care you get, not your doctor. Their services are limited. If they fill up, they farm you out. But, if you are in good health, there's lots to do.Read more SearStone reviews