Description of The Triton House
The Triton House is a beautifully restored home set just steps from the beach and beautiful boardwalk in Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey. We offer comfort and security in a monitored home, providing senior living in the comforting atmosphere of a homelike bed and breakfast.
In 1998 a Victorian-style home, previously in a state of disrepair, was returned to its former glory and opened becoming the first of The Woodlands Properties. Since then, three other “monitored living” homes have been opened in neighboring cities, licensed by the New Jersey State Department of Community Affairs. Our friendly staff has fostered a welcoming environment and many residents continue to reside with us since our properties’ opening.
When you arrive at The Triton House, you’ll discover a community of seniors totally unlike larger facilities and apartment complexes. With beautiful hardwood floors and personal decorations, you’ll find yourself in a home with the welcoming touch of happy long-term staff and residents alike, creating a bed-and-breakfast-like feel.
Our staff prepares and serves three home-cooked meals per day in our elegant dining room. Both private and semiprivate rooms are available for your choosing. With many large rooms with plentiful seating areas, residents can often be found socializing, engaged in games or other activities.
Among the many benefits of living at The Triton House is the longevity of our staff. As a family-owned business with consistent staff, we provide a welcome stability in comparison to larger, impersonal corporations. Our monitored, structured environment provides just the right support for those who are tired of living alone.
We are there around the clock, with 24/7 staffing. Because we take care of it all, you never need to worry about home maintenance and best of all, you can relax in the comfort that all services and utilities are included in your reasonable monthly rent.
We welcome you to visit The Triton House today and discover a new, warm and supportive home.