Clearwater Independent Living
There are 8 Independent Living Facilities in Clearwater, FL and 17 Independent Living Facilities nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
A cozy senior living community with a strong neighborhood feel, Bellaire Towers provides area seniors with an excellent selection of retirement living accommodations and amenities.
The Oaks of Clearwater provides an exquisite beachfront setting overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, along with plenty of amenities and dedicated staff members.
For over 30 years, Regency Oaks has treated seniors to a customized and vibrant retirement lifestyle options in gorgeous Clearwater, Florida.
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Reviews of Clearwater Independent Living Communities
We visited Regency Oaks Clearwater, and it was a good-looking place. The lobby was pretty, the dining room was gorgeous, and everything was nice. The guy giving us the tour was so busy talking to everyone else...Read more Regency Oaks reviews
Belleair Towers was strictly independent living. They had a two-bedroom and two-bath, roughly 1,500-square-foot apartment priced at $2,450 per month, which is phenomenal. However, they didn't offer any assisted care for when the time comes, which was something that I would need to consider...Read more Belleair Towers reviews
Belleair Towers is old and could use some updating in the various sections of the building. The food is inconsistent; sometimes it's very good, sometimes it's very bad. The staff is extremely friendly, caring, goes above and beyond to make the residents feel comfortable...Read more Belleair Towers reviews
I saw one- and two-bedroom apartments at Belleair Towers, and they were both OK. Their dining area is large enough for what they needed. The staff seemed friendly.Read more Belleair Towers reviews
We're moving in to Belleair Towers on the 30th. They met our needs because they take three dogs. It's a ground floor, 2-bedroom, 2-bath with sliders, which is important for dog people. The sliders open right out into the yard...Read more Belleair Towers reviews
Belleair Towers was our second choice. Their lobby turned my wife off. She felt it was dated and did not seem inviting. They had a good-sized two-bedroom apartment that would have been nice. The activities seemed good, but the location was farther away from the different things that we might want to go to.Read more Belleair Towers reviews