Greensboro Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Greensboro Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Greensboro for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,985/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Greensboro Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Carriage House Senior Living Community $2,270/month
Brighton Gardens of Greensboro $3,670/month
Morningview at Irving Park $3,300/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Kerner Ridge Assisted Living Kernersville $3,600/month
Mallard Ridge Assisted Living Clemmons $3,580/month
North Pointe of Mayodan Mayodan $2,350/month
North Pointe of Asheboro Randleman $2,350/month
Walnut Ridge Assisted Living Walnut Cove $3,250/month
Brighton Gardens of Winston-Salem Winston-Salem $3,770/month
North Pointe of Archdale Archdale $2,350/month
Mebane Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care Mebane $3,195/month
Shuler Health Care Assisted Living Kernersville $2,200/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Greensboro Assisted Living Facilities

Brighton Gardens of Greensboro

Review by Visitor

Consumer

I enjoyed Brighton Gardens of Greensboro as much as the other place I visited. There are a couple of people who live there that my husband would know, so it would be like having friends there already. I saw a physical therapist working with one person and another therapist who was working...

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Brighton Gardens of Greensboro

Review by Visitor

Consumer

Brighton Gardens impressed me. The tour was very good and everything was clean. The residents appeared happy. They had a lot of activities planned, and I got to see the residents involved in those activities and during mealtime. The food and living conditions looked good. There seemed to be a lot of employees there...

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Morningview at Irving Park

Review by Visitor

Consumer

The person who took me on the tour at Morningview Irving Park was very friendly and seemed knowledgeable about everything there, so I had a good experience. Everything looked so nice and clean, and it seemed like everybody respected each other in their own space...

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Morningview at Irving Park

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We visited Morningview at Irving Park. The rooms were fine. Everything was fine. It was like living in a hotel. I saw a one-bedroom. The dining area was fine, set up like a cafeteria. The people seemed nice and answered my questions. It's in a nice area.

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Morningview at Irving Park

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We didn't like Morningview it as much. The entrance was just OK. They had some flowers when you first walked in, the front desk right there, and a water cooler for drinks. It didn't have that homey, comfortable atmosphere. When we took the tour, I didn't see that many residents walking in the halls or outside...

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Morningview at Irving Park

Review by Visitor

Consumer

We loved Morningview at Irving Park. It was just a little out of my dad's price range. It was absolutely beautiful and smelled wonderful walking in. All the amenities, like the courtyard, was absolutely beautiful. The staff was fabulous and very informative. The rooms were very spacious and nice...

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Map of Greensboro Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Greensboro

Currently the third-largest city in North Carolina with a population of just under 270,000, Greensboro, also known as Tournament Town or Gate City, is a thriving city centrally located midway between the Great Smoky Mountains and the Atlantic coastline, less than two hours from both Charlotte and Raleigh. Seniors who choose assisted living in Greensboro are attracted to the city’s mild year-round temperatures, modest snowfall and rolling green hills. The city is also home to a number of urban amenities, services and activities that help seniors make the most out of their retirement years.   

Attractions in Greensboro

Founded in 1808, the city of Greensboro has a rich history that can be explored at the Greensboro Historical Museum. History buffs will love exploring the museum’s extensive collection of items documenting the history of the Piedmont area. They may also enjoy a visit to the historic J. Douglas Galyon Depot, which was built in 1927 and is still a station for the city’s trains. With more than 170 city parks and facilities, residents of assisted living in Greensboro can always find a quiet place to enjoy the outdoors. On rainy days, seniors can head to one of seven branches of the Greensboro Public Library and curl up with a good book.

Senior Activities in Greensboro

While many communities of assisted living in Greensboro will provide their own activities and social groups, residents may also connect with the city’s senior community at the Smith Senior Center. Providing a wide range of programs to adults age 55 and older, the Center is home to a fitness room and swimming pool, and schedules a variety of events such as dance clubs, exercise classes, Bingo, Wii games and seminars on health and financial matters.  

Medical Facilities in Greensboro

Residents of assisted living in Greensboro are fortunate to have easy access to several high-quality medical facilities. Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital has been serving residents of Greensboro since 1953 and the 536-bed hospital operates a Heart and Vascular Center, Level II Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center. Across town, Wesley Long Community Hospital, which is a part of the Moses Cone Health System, offers a more intimate experience with 175 patient beds, cutting-edge imaging and diagnostic technology, and a diabetes treatment program. The hospital is also home to the Moses Cone Health System Regional Cancer Center.

Public Transportation in Greensboro

Getting around the city from a community of assisted living in Greensboro is easy with public transportation from the Greensboro Transit Authority (GTA). With more than 20 routes serving all of Greensboro including Piedmont Triad International Airport, GTA buses get citizens where they need to go quickly and affordably. Seniors who are unable to use regular bus service due to a disability may be eligible to use SCAT, the city’s shared-ride paratransit service. SCAT offers both a door-to-door service, where the driver will ring a rider’s doorbell, and a curb-to-curb service, where drivers meet riders on the curb outside their pick-up location.

Find Assisted Living in Greensboro

Greensboro offers seniors some of the best in North Carolina retirement living. To view a list of local senior housing, visit our Greensboro Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell. Back to Top