Massachusetts Independent Living

Cost of Massachusetts Independent Living

Fall trees are seen along a quite residential street in Newton, MA (Massachusetts) The average cost of Independent Living in Massachusetts is $4,002 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per month.

In Massachusetts there are 117 Independent Living Facilities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

Massachusetts Independent Living Facilities by City

Metro Boston Independent Living

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Map of Massachusetts Independent Living Facilities

Massachusetts Independent Living Overview

Despite its relatively small size, Massachusetts offers almost too many things to do for the enterprising seniors who choose Massachusetts independent living. A quick trip to Boston allows for visits to iconic spots such as the Freedom Trail, Fenway Park and Faneuil Hall. Sports lovers can visit the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, while history buffs can stop at Plymouth Rock to see where the Mayflower first made landfall in 1620. Art lovers can enjoy hours perusing the Worcester Art Museum, which contains masterpieces by legendary figures such as Renoir, Rembrandt and Van Gogh. Seniors simply wanting to relax can lounge in the comfort of Martha's Vineyard, one of the country's premier vacation destinations.

Independent Living in Massachusetts Defined

When seniors decide to try Massachusetts independent living, they are choosing to experience a relaxing lifestyle within aMassachusetts Independent Living managed community whose staff strive to offer residents an exciting calendar full of events, convenient services and more. Most communities also offer all-inclusive packages that include food and utilities, so there are seldom unwelcome financial surprises. Best of all, seniors get to enjoy the experience of being surrounded by other seniors who share the same common life stories while also being blessed by the good health that is truly the most important aspect of enjoying one's golden years. If a helping hand is needed with life’s daily activities, seniors should consider one of Massachusetts’ Assisted Living communities. Back to Top