Landmark at Monastery Heights


110 Monastery Avenue , West Springfield, MA 01089

(855) 840-7257

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I Visited This Facility

Landmark at Monastery Heights' was really nice on the outside. The inside I could tell was old and not really updated. The rooms were very small. The residents didn't seem excited to be there. I wouldn't put my mother there. The staff member who showed me around was a little bit late getting to my appointment, but she did get to me and answered all my questions. She was very pleasant. The chapel was really nice and not just for Catholics.

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I Am A Friend Or Relative Of A Current/Past Resident

My mother-in-law is in Landmark at Monastery Heights. My first impression was that the staff was very caring and nurturing. We really liked them from the very beginning. It had all the services that we felt she needed. They offer respite care, assist her showering, getting ready in the morning, cleaning her apartment and those kinds of things. I haven't tried the food, but she hasn't complained. There are lots of activities for her to do, including mass with rosary and choir, bingo, arts and crafts, lunch, Wellness Wednesdays where they take blood pressure, word games, current events, and trips to special things like Bright Nights which is a Christmas-themed place that you drive through. They did a Christmas shopping day and a Christmas party. The staff is very helpful. The other day she was a little bit upset because she spilled her coffee right before the exercise and she was crying because she was embarrassed, but the woman who was in charge of the exercise came right over and was very sweet to her. She got her mind right off it and right into the exercise portion of it; she handled it excellently.

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I Visited This Facility

I visited Landmark at Monastery Heights, which was actually an old monastery. The grounds were very nice, extensive, and slightly older but in very good condition. The staff I dealt with was very good and helpful. It's a large complex with various rooms, from single studios, to companion rooms of two separate bedrooms, a common living area, and a single bathroom. However, the bedrooms were on the small side. The pricing was reasonable based on the rooms, but as you get additional care, that got very pricey.

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Costs for Landmark at Monastery Heights

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 2,800

Independent Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 2,350

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at Landmark at Monastery Heights

Property Info

Minimum Age: 62

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

Studio Apartments

1-Bedroom Units

Air Conditioning/Climate Control


Emergency Call System

24-Hour Staffing

Parking Provided

Beauty/Barber Shop


Chapel Services

18 Acres of Grounds

Beautiful Stained Glass Windows

TV Room

General Store


Social Events

Trips & Outings

Spiritual Activities

Exercise Classes

Live, On-site Entertainment

Educational Opportunities

Yoga Classes

Aromatherapy and Reiki


Outside Patio/Gardens

Computer/Internet Access

Cable/Satellite TV

Pet Policy: Small pets allowed

Restaurant-Style Dining


On-Site Medical Visits: Physical Therapist

Medication Management

Help with Activities of Daily Living


Laundry Service for Linens and Clothing

Pharmacy Services

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Description of Landmark at Monastery Heights

The Landmark at Monastery Heights has been completely restored and is now a beautiful senior living community, offering independent and assisted living as well as a special program for the memory impaired. Much of the Monastery's original beauty has been preserved; stained glass windows, the chapel, dining room and the large wooden doors & windows. The historic beauty of the stone building combined with 18 acres of magnificent ground have made the Monastery a true landmark of Western Massachusetts.