Franklin Independent Living
There are 5 Independent Living Facilities in Franklin, TN and 9 Independent Living Facilities nearby. The average cost of Independent Living in Franklin, TN is $2,437 per month.
Average Cost: $4,500
Set on beautiful grounds in the peaceful community of Franklin, you’ll love the tasteful elegance of The Manor at Steeplechase while enjoying the convenience of the nearby town.
A retirement community with numerous on-site amenities, Brookdale Franklin is one of Franklin's best locations for independent living.
Canterfield of Franklin is one of Williamson County's premier senior communities. Our community is located at the crossroads of Franklin Road and M...
The Hearth at Franklin is a premier senior living community offering independent and assisted living options, as well as Alzheimer’s and dementia care.
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Franklin Independent Living Facility Costs
The median cost of Independent Living in Franklin for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,437/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Franklin Independent Living Communities
|The Manor At Steeplechase||$2,349/month|
|Canterfield of Franklin||$3,400/month|
Cost of Nearby Independent Living Communities
|Main Street Senior Living||Hendersonville||$3,450/month|
|Maybelle Carter Senior Living||Madison||$2,550/month|
|Sycamores Terrace Retirement Community||Nashville||$1,800/month|
|Carrick Glen Senior Living||Mount Juliet||$2,100/month|
|The Crossings at Victory Station||Murfreesboro||$2,650/month|
Reviews of Franklin Independent Living Communities
Upon visiting Brookdale Franklin, I found it to be a very clean and busy facility. The residents are provided many chances to socialize, get involved in a variety of activities including games and crafts and offered different opportunities for community outings...Read more Brookdale Franklin reviews
I chose The Manor of Steeplechase because it had what I needed. I can take care of myself to some extent, but I can't do it completely, and I didn't want to continue to have a person come over 3 or 4 days a week. The choice was go to a retirement home or Steeplechase. I can't drive anymore...Read more The Manor At Steeplechase reviews
The Manor at Steeplechase was one of the places we visited and liked. I saw a library, a pool table, and workout area. I also saw a room, and I wished it was bigger. The staff that I met was very nice, accommodating, and answered all of our questions. Overall, it’s a very nice community.Read more The Manor At Steeplechase reviews
My stepfather is at The Manor At Steeplechase and it?s a very nice facility. It's older, but kept very well, and it's a little bit more affordable. The staff is very nice, understanding, and they go out of their way. The rooms are very nice -- a little older -- but kept up very well...Read more The Manor At Steeplechase reviews
The Manor is independent living, but there are nurses and a call button for me to wear around my neck for emergencies in case I fall. It's got GPS and they'll come to get me if that happens. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared by a chef. They have a library, popcorn machine, and other amenities.Read more The Manor At Steeplechase reviews
We moved into The Manor at Steeplechase. I liked that it's strictly independent living and we found a nice apartment that suits us really well. They serve three meals a day. Everybody's just great. We haven't done much, but there's a lot of activities...Read more The Manor At Steeplechase reviews