Heritage Woods of Huntley


12450 Regency Pkwy , Huntley, IL 60142

(855) 840-7257

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Heritage Woods of Huntley feels like home! Upon entering the assisted living residence you are greeted by the friendly, helpful concierge and folks who live there are just as engaging. The community itself feels fresh, comfortable and inviting. There always seems to be something happening at Heritage Woods of Huntley whether it's educational, a celebration or just plain fun. The staff makes every effort to insure each day is special and that residents are treated like family. Trained professionals provide customized service plans where just the right amount of assistance is available for each resident.

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Costs for Heritage Woods of Huntley

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 4,350

Memory Care Starting Cost per Month:

$ 6,300

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Heritage Woods of Huntley

Property Info

Resident Capacity: 72

State License #: 5103251

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Description of Heritage Woods of Huntley

Designed to serve adults 62 and older who may need some help to maintain their independence, Heritage Woods of Huntley assisted living provides a wonderful alternative to a nursing home or struggling alone at home.

Heritage Woods of Huntley is conveniently located on Regency Parkway, west of Hwy. 47 and north of Sun City Huntley, in Huntley, Illinois. Known as the "Friendly Village with Country Charm," Huntley, Illinois, is located just north of Interstate 90 in northern Kane/southern McHenry County.

Our mission at Heritage Woods of Huntley is to provide seniors with more of what is important to them and to their families. We operate with the philosophy that the need for occasional assistance doesn't have to mean giving up one’s dignity, privacy or aspiration to make choices.