Nashville Assisted Living

Average Cost: $4,500

Nashville Assisted Living Facility Costs

The median cost of Assisted Living in Nashville for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,429/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Nashville Assisted Living Facilities

Community Starting Price
Morningside of Belmont $2,600/month
Elmcroft of Brentwood $3,570/month
Belmont Village of Green Hills $3,100/month
Sycamores Terrace $1,800/month
Grace Manor Assisted Living $2,900/month
The Lodge at Natchez Trace $2,995/month
Azalea Trace Assisted Living $2,000/month

Cost of Nearby Assisted Living Facilities

Community City Starting Price
Morningside of Gallatin Gallatin $3,400/month
Brighton Gardens of Brentwood Brentwood $3,910/month
Elmcroft of Hendersonville Hendersonville $2,940/month
Elmcroft of Lebanon - Tennessee Lebanon $3,030/month
Elmcroft of Twin Hills Madison $3,150/month
Belvedere Commons of Franklin Franklin $3,450/month
Provision Living at Hermitage Hermitage $3,300/month
Maybelle Carter Retirement Life Center Madison $2,550/month
Maristone of Franklin Franklin $3,950/month
The Hearth at Hendersonville Hendersonville $2,995/month
The Hearth at Franklin Franklin $3,395/month
Maristone at Providence Mount Juliet $3,325/month
Vantage Pointe Village at Ashland City Ashland City $2,000/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.
Back to Top

Reviews of Nashville Assisted Living Facilities

Morningside of Belmont

Review by goneandglad

Consumer

Bottom line......go elsewhere !!! Management has been replaced with low level people. Employees that know what they are doing are fired and new unqualified employees are hired. The food used to be excellent but a new person was hired and he stays in yaya land. Its bad to see a facility with potential go to the dogs...

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Morningside of Belmont

Review by rbradely

Consumer

I visited this community last month and was worried at 1st after reading the bad review. We had been looking for my grandmother and Morningside of Belmont kept coming up as a place we should vist. So i went to see for myself. And let me tell it has been a God send. I would give it 6 stars if I could...

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Morningside of Belmont

Review by Look no more

Consumer

My relative has lived in four different communities. Not one of them has been perfect and Belmont is no different. However, the big difference is the way the staff and other residents have become involved in my relative's life...

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Morningside of Belmont

Review by notafraidofu

Consumer

Now I know why there is a high turnover rate. We are underpaid and understaffed. Lots od days, there are only 2 or 3 RA'S for the entire building. The boss is a total idiot. He does not respect the employees or the residents. Under the current leadership and policies, this place is headed for disaster...

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Morningside of Belmont

Review by ripoff

Consumer

After a surprise visit to find my relative still in the bed and wet from urine because caregivers were too busy to assist her, I moved her out. Severe staff shortage and management does not care. These people are the most uncaring group I have ever seen. My advise is to go to a well managed facility...

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Morningside of Belmont

Review by tetruthhurts

Consumer

I have visited nursing homes that rate better. The employee turnover rate is terrible. The food is terrible. The low level management at this facility are not qualified to answer concerns. Trust me, don't place your loved ones here. You will regret it!

Read more Morningside of Belmont reviews

Back to Top

Map of Nashville Assisted Living Facilities

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Nashville

The city of Nashville lies on the beautiful Cumberland River and is the capital of Tennessee. Named after Revolutionary war hero Francis Nash, this region saw its fair share of action during the Civil War and was the first city to be overthrown by the Union Army. Known as “Music City,” Nashville has a deep connection to country music and is home to the Country Music Hall of Fame, Grand Ole Opry and several major record labels. Seniors who choose assisted living in Nashville will enjoy the city’s vibrant culture, first-class urban amenities and mild weather.

Nashville Attractions

Visitors to Music City will not be disappointed, as they can not only listen to live performances from up and coming musical artists at venues such as the Ryman Auditorium, a National Historic Landmark built in 1892, but also visit a number of musically themed attractions including the Grand Ole Opry Museum and Music City Walk of Fame. Residents of assisted living in Nashville will also enjoy a stroll through the beautiful Cheekwood Botanical Gardens. For history buffs, there is the Tennessee State Museum that details the legendary history of Tennessee, or any of three Civil War sites including the Battle of Nashville, Battle of Franklin and Battle of Stone River.

Nashville Senior Activities

The Nashville community has a full selection of fun and exciting activities for seniors designed to keep both their minds and bodies active. There are six senior centers in the area and each plan their own set of activities. There is a wide array of educational seminars available throughout the year for seniors to take part in. Many of the senior centers plan day trips that allow members to go sightseeing and socialize at the same time. They will oftentimes pick up residents at a community of assisted living in Nashville on the way to their destination. There are also many special events and holiday celebrations planned during the year.

Nashville Medical Facilities

Two hospitals in the Nashville area, Baptist Hospital and Centennial Medical Center, were named as one of the top 100 hospitals by Thomson Reuters. Baptist Hospital is a not-for-profit, faith-based hospital that has been in operation for 90 years. Although recognized for its treatment of heart, pulmonary and stroke conditions, Baptist doctors practice a full range of medical specialties. Centennial Medical Center employs over 1200 physicians and is home to the Sarah Cannon (Minnie Pearl) Cancer Center, The Women’s Hospital and Centennial Heart Center. Both medical facilities are able to provide high-quality medical care to residents of assisted living in Nashville.

Nashville Transportation

Public transportation is available throughout the Nashville area and is operated by the Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA). Nashville MTA provides citizens with an extensive bus system with stops made at all the major places in the city. Easy access is provided for seniors enjoying assisted living in Nashville and a discount of at least 50 percent is given to riders over the age of 65. There is also a commuter rail system, the Music City Star, that stops at most major attractions in the area.

Cost of Assisted Living in Nashville

Elderly residents of Tennessee enjoy more affordable assisted living than most of the country, with a median rate of $3,080 per month for the average assisted living facility. Seniors who receive assisted living services in the Nashville area enjoy even lower average rates with a median monthly cost of only $2,838 for a private, one-bedroom residence.* Residents should expect to pay around $34,050 per year for assisted living in Nashville.

Find Assisted Living in Nashville

The Nashville area provides great weather and beautiful scenery from the Cumberland River. The city's love for music keeps assisted living in Nashville vibrant and exciting. To view a list of local senior housing options, visit our Nashville Assisted Living page.
*Genworth Financial 2011 Cost of Care Survey.
Written by senior housing staff writer. Back to Top