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A Legacy of Living Well

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The variety of residential options, amenities and accommodations across our sprawling and bustling campus is sure to fit any lifestyle or budget.


The perfect balance of independence and assistance. When you need a hand with daily tasks, we can provide as much or as little assistance as you need.


Our team engages residents with memory loss in a way that preserves their choices and dignity in a safe environment while providing support for family members.


Finding Your New Home

Living well at The Village means finding a true sense of belonging as you connect with the community, whether that’s through independent living, assisted living or memory support. Here, you’ll thrive at every level of living … so let’s get started!

Cypress: One-Bedroom

Cypress: One-Bedroom with Den

The Lakehouse: One-Bedroom

Explore Our Floor Plans

With 19 different floor plans available – from cozy efficiencies to roomy cottage homes – you’re sure to find one that’s an ideal fit.


  • three green apples 3 Differences Between Independent Living and Assisted Living - When researching senior living options, you’re likely to encounter a lot of new terminologies, and it may be confusing at first. Often, prospective senior living residents need help distinguishing between independent living and assisted living. This is understandable. Both options encourage independence, reduce caregiver concern, and enable seniors to live healthier, more active lives. In either setting, you can reside in a private residence and immerse yourself in community life. However, there are some distinctions. Keep reading to learn what makes each environment unique. 1.    Personal and Medical Support Both assisted living and independent living enable seniors to live with…
  • paper cutouts of two-story houses Evaluating Your Independent Living Options in Florida - Choosing a senior living community can be overwhelming – especially in Florida where there are more than 850 senior living options, according to Of course, most older adults search for senior living in a specific region, city or town. This is the first step in narrowing your options and making your decision easier. Still, there’s a lot to learn and consider. The following guide will help you understand independent living options and determine what amenities, services and housing options fit your preferences. Understanding independent living communities. Independent senior living is generally a housing arrangement for those 55 or older,…

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