2204 12th St,
Everett, Washington 98201
Housed in a beautiful, historic building in Everett three blocks west of Broadway, Washington Oakes is a dynamic retirement community providing independent and assisted living accommodations and services to seniors in the Puget Sound. We are centrally located near shopping, hospitals, parks, restaurants and all that the greater Seattle area has to offer.
Washington Oakes is managed by Leisure Care, a Seattle-based company that has been serving seniors since 1976. As one of the largest, privately-held retirement and assisted living companies in the nation, we strive to create happy residents, families, employees and partners.
Our luxurious apartment homes are available in your choice of studio, one- and two-bedroom floor plans. All apartments come with private bathrooms, large picture windows, fully equipped kitchens, in-suite climate control and an emergency call system monitored 24 hours a day by our staff.
Within the walls of Washington Oakes, you can enjoy a light snack in our elegant bistro, curl up in our comfortable lounge with a book from our library, purchase a much needed item at our essentials shop or get your hair done at our full-service salon. For added convenience, we also provide private mailboxes and off-street parking.
To ensure that our residents are able to make the most out of their retirement years, we offer a variety of hospitality services including room service, concierge, guest services, private transportation and even an on-site travel agent to help arrange vacations. We also serve three meals per day in our upscale, formal dining room.
Our dedicated and friendly staff are always available to lend a helping hand. Our personalized assisted living services are provided within the comfort and privacy of your own apartment and are customized to fit your particular needs and desires.
Offering retirement living for the discerning senior, Washington Oakes welcomes you to come by and see what we are all about!
The best way to get to know a community is by scheduling a tour. See the facilities, meet the staff and residents, and get a feel firsthand what it's like to live at Washington Oakes.
April 6, 2021
Washington Oakes was a beautiful place, but I don't think that is a place for me. I met a lot of people, but I didn't feel like there was enough of the people who live there that were walking around or out and about. I just felt like maybe people stay in their rooms a lot now, especially for the virus. I think everybody cannot be milling around very much. I didn't feel like there was a lot of social things going on, and that's what I need. I need some socialization. The staff was excellent, and she took us around the whole place. We were there for almost two hours. They had exercise rooms, a gym, a big room that you can use for weddings and so forth, and there was storage for each person outside their own rooms. The dining room was beautiful, and the menu looked wonderful. I didn't feel like there was enough of an outside area where you would think that people would be going to sit outside, because it was a sunny day, but maybe they cannot do face-to-face because of the virus. It was very nice and very clean, and the rooms were beautiful, and a lot of them had windows that you could actually look out somewhere else, even though I would still like an outside area where you can meet people besides the dining room. Everybody was great. The food was excellent. I was so amazed with the food. I think I'd like to live there just to eat, and they had a wonderful chef. It was well laid out and the hallways were all connected. Because there's more than one building, you can walk from one to the other. The elevators were excellent and clean.
March 22, 2021
Our tour at Washington Oakes was fine. It was professional and knowledgeable. The place was beautiful and immaculate. It's a good location in a very walkable neighborhood. The community is large; there three large buildings. The rooms are clean. It's classy and very nice. It's overall very positive, but it's just too big, too confusing, and too overwhelming for my dad. It would have been where I chose to live if it had been up to me.
November 30, 2017
I have already placed my brother into Washington Oakes. It's wonderful. The staff members are very polite, very nice, and very respectful. He says the food is delicious. They have crafts, a game room, and music. They have a lot of activities. However, my brother is anti-social, so he doesn't really participate in any of them.
July 17, 2017
Washington Oakes is a very nice place and feels very homey. We like it and are going to move there. The person who showed us around was very good, answered all our questions, and introduced us to a few of the residents. It was a very good tour. We enjoyed it very much and kept in touch with them.
August 22, 2017
Washington Oakes was very nice, but it didn’t have a nice outside area. The furnishings and the wide hallways were nice. The place had a good, nice, and warm feeling. The apartment was very nice and the food was good, too.
October 30, 2017
Washington Oakes was very nice. They had lectures and we learned a lot. We had a buffet and then we had a tour. For an older place, it's been kept up and renovated several times, so it's pretty nice. It's a huge place. We got to see all of the different kinds of rooms. We saw a studio apartment, a 1-bedroom, and a 2-bedroom. It was pretty varied and they were all very nice. It's clean and neat even on the outside, and the staff is pretty good.
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