Knoxville Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Knoxville Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Knoxville for a single-occupancy apartment is $4,100/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Knoxville Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Williamsburg Villas $2,075/month
Deane Hill Place $3,100/month
Trinity Hills of Knoxville $3,095/month
Elmcroft of Halls $3,750/month
Elmcroft of West Knoxville $3,120/month
Oakwood Senior Living $2,895/month
Manorhouse Assisted Living $3,095/month
L & L Sweet Home Care $2,300/month
The Pointe at Lifespring Senior Living $2,995/month
Northshore Senior Living $3,995/month
Windsor Gardens Assisted Living $3,100/month
Prosperity Pointe $2,950/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
The Neighborhood at Tellico Village Loudon $2,746/month
Greenfield of Oak Ridge Oak Ridge $2,240/month
Chandler House Jefferson City $3,990/month
Meadow View Senior Living Clinton $3,050/month
Clover Hill Senior Living Maryville $3,295/month
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by 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 Knoxville Assisted Living Facilities

Williamsburg Villas

Review by Judy


The rooms at Williamsburg Villas were nice. I was very impressed with the inside of the place and the people there. The marketing director took us on tour, and she was very thorough and very helpful. I was very impressed with her. We walked in the dining room and the food looked good.

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Oakwood Senior Living

Review by Roger


My wife moved into the memory care portion of Oakwood Senior Living. They only have 18 residents. It's about two years old, they've done an excellent job with it, the hallways are very wide, and the rooms are large and furnished very well...

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Manorhouse Assisted Living

Review by Visitor


My sister is going to be in Manorhouse. We liked it because it was very cozy, and the people were very friendly. The rooms are nice and weren’t particularly big, but they were clean. The dining room is like a restaurant. Everything was really nice, and the facility is very homey. My sister visited and liked it...

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Manorhouse Assisted Living

Review by Annette


Manorhouse's staff is extremely caring and pro-patient. My father is in the early stages of dementia and they're very attentive to his cares, and if he needs anything, they get on it. They will call me and take care of what needs to be done. It's convenient since it's near the interstate and main thoroughfares...

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Manorhouse Assisted Living

Review by Jeff


The room that we saw at Manorhouse Assisted Living was on the small side and didn't have a kitchenette. The amenities seemed to be pretty nice. The dining area and the outdoor courtyard were nice. They seemed to have the level of activities consistent with the other places we saw...

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Map of Knoxville Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Knoxville

The Knoxville area has been continuously inhabited since around 1000 B.C. The end of the French and Indian War in 1763 led to the first Euro-American settlement in the area. Sunsphere Knoxville, TN 6906Founded in 1790 and named for Secretary of War Henry Knox, Knoxville was the territorial capital of the Southwest Territory and Tennessee's first state capital until 1817. The soft drink Mountain Dew owes its beginnings to Knoxville where it was invented in 1940 to be a new mixer for Tennessee Whiskey. Assisted living Knoxville seniors that may have family spread throughout the eastern Midwest and seaboard will find its central location perfect for visits from long-distance friends and family. Organizations Serving Seniors in Knoxville The Knoxville-Knox County Office on Aging provides many services to Knoxville assisted living residents. In addition to services one would expect, Knoxville has a couple of unique services beyond the run-of-the-mill lifestyle, diet, and wellness programs larger cities have available. Assisted living Knoxville seniors have access to the Computers for Homebound & Isolated Persons (CHIPS) Program provides limited-use computers and also trains seniors to be able to send email and use social media to stay connected with family and friends. Another unique program is Knox PAWS, which places dogs and cats that are up for adoption with assisted living Knoxville seniors. A partnership with the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine provides food if you are unable to afford it for your new companion. Knoxville assisted living seniors can count on additional services including home delivered meals from Mobile Meals or Mobile Affordable Meal Service. Volunteer Assisted Transportation provides point A to B ride services for any purpose, much like a taxi service. Public transportation is readily available to Knoxville assisted living seniors through KAT. The bus service has 25 fixed routes throughout Knoxville, including a KAT LIFT service which provides paratransit services to seniors and individuals with disabilities. Knoxville Senior-Friendly Activities Assisted living Knoxville seniors have access to activities at seven Knox County Senior Centers. Activities include such as dancing, walking, yoga, language, computer labs, painting, a meet and eat group as well, and a book club - just to name a few. If you're looking for more active recreational opportunities, visit the Knoxville County Parks & Recreation for a complete list of senior programs. Knoxville assisted living seniors who appreciate the arts should visit the Knoxville Museum of Art, which has traveling exhibits and focuses on Southern Appalachian cultural art. Seniors may also enjoy the sounds of the Knoxville Symphony Chamber Orchestra, the oldest continuous performing symphony in the South, at the historic Tennessee Theatre. The Knoxville Opera and traveling Broadway productions also perform at the venue. There are also many free summer concerts and festivals available for the enjoyment of assisted living Knoxville seniors. Knoxville Medical Facilities The University of Tennessee Medical Center is a nationally ranked hospital in pulmonary care and regionally ranked in the top 100 hospitals. UT Medical Center has the largest collection of specialists in the region and is the largest hospital in Knox County. Knoxville assisted living seniors also have access to Parkwest Medical Center which is also nationally ranked in pulmonary care and regionally ranked in the top 100 hospitals. Parkwest is a member of Covenant Health and has some specialty clinics for assisted living Knoxville patients. Site of the 1982 World's Fair, the Sunsphere rises above every other structure in Knoxville. This is a city that is nestled in the beauty of the western Appalachian Mountains and the perfect size to afford all the services for assisted living seniors. For more information on senior living in Knoxville, see our options for Knoxville assisted living. Back to Top