If you’re curious about the luxury retirement community lifestyle at The Village at Providence Point—A National Lutheran Community in Annapolis, Maryland and you’re considering a move, you’re in the right place. You probably have a lot of questions, and you might also be wondering if there’s a best time mentally or financially to make a move. Perhaps you’re ready to trade in homeownership responsibilities for a more lavish and maintenance-free lifestyle*, or maybe you’re just ready for a new adventure and some positive change.
These days, active older adults have the option to move to senior living communities as a lifestyle choice. With so many services, amenities and opportunities at many retirement communities, residents can enjoy more friends and new pursuits, more comfort and spiritual fulfillment and more security and freedom. Plus, we hope to offer peace of mind with a plan in place for the future.
Signs you’re ready to make a move and questions to ask yourself:
Does maintenance-free* living sound better than cleaning gutters, shoveling snow or fixing a broken furnace or leaky roof?
It takes a lot of time and energy to keep up with home maintenance. With yard work, homeowners insurance, HOA fees and property taxes, it’s not only the time and energy, but also the costs to keep everything in shape. With all this in mind, moving to independent living can be surprisingly affordable. Plus you’ll free up more time without all the chores (not even cleaning your house) and most standard home maintenance.
Is the idea of convenience appealing for your lifestyle?
If you’re looking forward to more travel in retirement, knowing that your home will be safe and secure while you’re away can be a relief. Everything will be taken care of while you’re away — and while you’re here. When you’re in town, enjoy the campus amenities like the state-of-the-art fitness center, salon, creative arts studio, the beautiful campus and the greater Annapolis area. There’s so much to do with happy hours, game nights and a full calendar of social events.
Is it time to meet new people, engage in an active lifestyle and expand your social circle?
When you’re no longer working and family isn’t close by, living alone can get a bit lonely. Making the choice to move to independent living means joining a community of like-minded people who are ready to embrace this new chapter of life. At a place like The Village at Providence Point, our goal is for you to make new friends, join a group or committee, meet neighbors at a restaurant and choose to be as social as you like. It should be as easy as walking out your front door.
Planning the best time to make a move to independent living
The best time to make a move to a retirement community is always when you’re ready, however at The Village at Providence Point you might not want to wait too much longer. Right now, as a Charter Club member at a new community like this, you’ll be financially rewarded with pre-construction pricing, you’ll have the ability to customize and upgrade your finishes, and you’ll have the best choice of views, floor plans and locations. Plus, you’ll have a chance to be a trendsetter and help build the culture and community. Check out the financial calculator on the website to see what options work for you.
For both physical and mental health, the long list of amenities and services offered by most luxury senior living communities can keep residents active and engaged. Older adults are opting to move to these upmarket communities in order to take advantage of the active lifestyle. Prospective residents at The Village at Providence Point can look forward to enjoying high-end luxuries like our state-of-the-art fitness center with free weights, machines and exercise classes as well as fine dining experiences with a variety of restaurant options right on campus. All services and amenities here will be designed for and by residents to stay socially, physically and spiritually active in the community.
Enjoying the benefits of the active and social retirement lifestyle
Senior living communities create opportunities to engage with new friends and experience different and unique interests. If you’re wondering about fitting in, you can rest assured that our goal is to welcome residents from all walks of life — teachers, nurses, small business owners, big business CEOs, university professors, lawyers, engineers, artists and more. There’s room for some wonderful conversations, new friendships and exciting adventures. Add to delicious chef-prepared meals, and services and amenities to relieve the burdens of everyday life and homeownership, and you’re living the good life.
It’s easy to see why people are making the lifestyle choice at a luxury retirement community like The Village at Providence Point. Retirement at a place like this can be seen as resort-style living. Beyond a full calendar of social events, the crux of the lifestyle here is our ConnectedLiving philosophy. The core belief is that everyone deserves a life filled with joy, purpose and meaning. With programming around the seven key dimensions of wellness, residents will have the choice to engage in lifelong learning, physical fitness and wellness, social engagement, spiritual enrichment and vocational connectivity. Plus, there’s health care support and services as needed — including an on-site health center.*
Choosing the adventurous retirement at The Village at Providence Point
The lifestyle at The Village at Providence Point is designed with you — the resident — in mind. When you’re ready to upgrade your lifestyle with top-notch amenities and services and retire in a place that feels more like a five-star resort in the heart of Annapolis, we invite you to schedule an appointment or tour. Call us at 443-782-3050 to set up a consultation and guided tour of a model home.
*The Residence and Services Agreement provides additional details and is available from your sales counselor.
The Village at Providence Point is affiliated with National Lutheran Communities & Services, a faith-based, not-for-profit ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, serving people of all beliefs. The Village at Providence Point is subject to the final approval of the Maryland Department of Aging.