Raleigh Retirement Communities
There are 8 Retirement Communities in Raleigh, NC and 8 Retirement Communities nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Just minutes from downtown, close to restaurants, shops, and local attractions, Brookdale North Raleigh is a cozy community with superb amenities, catering to active seniors.
At Independence Village of Olde Raleigh we are committed to keeping our residents happy as long as possible and offer affordable senior living with enhanced services.
Designed exclusively for seniors, The Gardens at Wakefield Plantation provides individuals living in Raleigh with an excellent option for retirement living.
Nested into the heart of North Raleigh, Atria Oakridge offers area retirees an ideal location to enjoy excellent senior services and amenities.
Tucked away in beautiful Northwest Raleigh near Lake Lynn, Capital Oaks is a brand-new, all-inclusive senior community for adults 55 and better.
Located on 12 acres of wooded grounds next to Brookhaven Nature Park, Magnolia Glen offers seniors a great selection of independent living and assisted living options.
The Oaks at Whitaker Glen is Raleigh's premier continuing care retirement community providing independent living with supportive services and skilled ...
With first-class amenities, including a spa and fine dining, along with stellar health care, The Cardinal at North Hills offers a lifestyle that must to be seen to be believed.
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Reviews of Raleigh Retirement Communities
Southern Charm describes Magnolia Glen, an independent living community with detached homes, apartment living and assisted living accomodations. The food is most palatable and residents are usually engaged in activities, social events, and with family. Staff is engaging, warm, and they love what they do.Read more Magnolia Glen reviews
I already gave a deposit to Brookdale. I liked it a lot since I live in that area. They’re very nice there. I liked the pool, and the fact that it was close to the area where I was used to go shopping, and it was close to my church.Read more Brookdale North Raleigh reviews
I visited Independence Village on a Saturday and they had a resident show me around. It wasn't what I was looking for. Their facilities looked outdated to me. The dining area was okay, they gave us free lunch, and the food was good.Read more Independence Village of Olde Raleigh reviews
Some really nice and good people work here; they should work at a better place overall. Built in 1957 and other than railings and a few door changes, it looks like it was last remodeled in 1970...Read more The Oaks at Whitaker Glen reviews
Not giving 5 stars because the facility is horribly outdated. The staff is the reason to choose Mayview. My mom is here under hospice care. She can do very little for herself, but never have I felt that she has been mistreated or disrespected. You walk in and everyone has a smile for you and a moment to listen...Read more The Oaks at Whitaker Glen reviews
Our stay has been very good in The Gardens at Wakefield. It has good food and nice apartments. When we moved in, everybody from management to the other clients were all very friendly and helpful. It was just a very nice, welcoming experience. They even helped us put the furniture in...Read more The Gardens at Wakefield Plantation reviews