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There are 12 independent living communities in Raleigh, NC and 8 independent living communities nearby. The average cost of independent living in Raleigh, NC is $2,721 per month.
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At Independence Village of Olde Raleigh we are committed to keeping our residents happy as long as possible and offer affordable senior living with enhanced services.
Just minutes from downtown, close to restaurants, shops, and local attractions, Brookdale North Raleigh is a cozy community with superb amenities, catering to active seniors.
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Designed exclusively for seniors, The Gardens at Wakefield Plantation provides individuals living in Raleigh with an excellent option for retirement living.
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Opening Summer 2019 The Aspens at Bedford Falls offers an active community for seniors in Raleigh, NC where you can be as busy or relaxed as you choose. Professionally managed and staffed by a friendly team of highly qualified individuals,…
Nestled on 10 wooded acres in North Raleigh in a beautiful, antebellum building, Abbotswood at Stonehenge is a friendly retirement living community serving active seniors.
Springmoor is a nationally accredited full service life care retirement community located in a beautifully developed area in Northwest Raleigh. Springmoor is designed to emphasize independent living, dignity, security, and peace of mind. There is a wide range of residences,…
The median cost of independent living in Raleigh for a single-occupancy apartment is $2,721/month (SeniorHomes.com - 2015). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
|The Aspens at Bedford Falls||$1,700/month|
|The Gardens at Wakefield Plantation||$3,224/month|
|Cambridge Village of Apex||Apex||$3,450/month|
|Coventry House Inn||Henderson||$1,800/month|
|Coventry House Inn||Oxford||$1,800/month|
|The Lodge at Wake Forest||Wake Forest||$2,749/month|
|Twin Rivers Independent Senior Community||Pittsboro||$2,750/month|
Magnolia Glen is an outstanding place, there are very high standards, and it's high quality. My friend will be moving in soon. The staff is very good, and very friendly. The food is delicious. The amenities and activities are outstanding and above standard.Read more Magnolia Glen reviews
My grandfather is in Brookdale North Raleigh. It seems like a clean place. We ate meals there, and the food was really good. It's not dated. They take good care of the facility. They have plenty of space in the dining room, and they do a good job of mixing up different people. The staff has been great.Read more Brookdale North Raleigh reviews
My visit to Brookdale was very nice, and I was very favorable impressed. It was clean, it was not the newest, but it was very well-maintained. The manager that we were with knew the names of the residents. They had two dining rooms, and it was very homey and large.Read more Brookdale North Raleigh reviews
Known as the “City of Oaks” for its abundance of beautiful Oak trees, the city of Raleigh is the both capital of North Carolina and the second largest city in the state. Named after Sir Walter Raleigh of the infamous lost Roanoke colony, the city plays host to over 400,000 residents. The senior percentage of the population has seen a huge uptick in recent years, with a study by the Institute of Aging projecting that seniors over 65 years of age will comprise 18% of the state’s population by 2030, citing the Raleigh-Cary area as #1 in fastest senior growth from 2000 to 2010. A hotspot for seniors and retirees, Raleigh independent living communities provide an enticing proposition for those who would like to spend their golden years in the Tarheel state among their peers.
The greater Raleigh area boasts three shopping malls packed with must-see stores like Saks Fifth Avenue and H&M. A dozen antique and consignment stores satisfy shoppers who prefer their goods with a little history, and 13 farmer’s markets serve those who enjoy the experience of shopping for ingredients al fresco. Museums and cultural venues abound in the area, with many both free of charge and close to popular Raleigh independent living locations for easy commuting. The North Carolina Museum of Art features one of the largest Rodin sculpture collections found in the US and the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences provides plenty of entertainment for inquiring minds and curious adventurers.
A large, impressive senior center in Cary serves adults 55 ages and over from nearby Raleigh independent living communities. Located in the heart of beautiful Bond park, this 17,000 square foot facility is specifically for educational courses, daily senior recreation classes, and senior group meetings for residents in the surrounding areas. Fairs, luncheons, and even computer instruction courses are offered through the Cary senior center to provide socialization and fun to older adults in the greater Raleigh area.
Duke University Medical Center is located in nearby Durham and is not only noted as the best hospital in the entire state of North Carolina, but 8th best geriatric hospital in the country out of 4,793 contenders by US News and World Report. Within the city of Raleigh itself, Rex Healthcare is also noted as high performing in geriatrics by USN, and is distinguished as a Magnet Hospital by the ANCC as well. Both hospitals are well-equipped with the services and staff needed for the particular health challenges of seniors who opt for Raleigh independent living.
Seniors who elect to live in Raleigh independent living communities without a car are served mainly by Capital Area Transit “CAT” public buses, which offer discounted fares to seniors and handicapped riders. The city routes across all major areas in the city, and an additional as-needed service known as ACT, or Accessible Capital Transportation, assists handicapped passengers who live within 3/4s of a mile from a stop but cannot travel to the stop on their own.
North Carolina’s capital city offers moderate weather, an exciting roster of senior activities through the Cary center, a robust public bus system and unparalleled cultural outings to those considering Raleigh independent living. With the senior population of the entire state on the rise and in Raleigh in particular, there’s never been a better time to discover why so many retirees are clamoring to call the “City of Oaks” their new home.
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