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Making a New Home in Senior Living

Senior Living | 09/10/20


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Think back to when you bought your first house. You walked through the entire residence, gazing at all the rooms, waiting for it to speak to you. Whether it was a gut feeling or a reignited memory, you knew that it was your next home.

Your home is a reflection of who you are. This is the place where people tend to spend a majority of their time and are able to truly unwind and relax.

When people think of senior living, floor plans aren’t always high up on the list. But maybe they should be. So, when you consider what floor plan you want to move in to, we recommend thinking about what your needs are when it comes to your place of residence to make it your new home.

At Meadow Lakes, there are numerous floor plans available, including one- and two-bedroom apartments and cottages. These floor plans are designed to suit your unique needs and can be personalized and made your own.

Floor Plans for Senior Housing Offers a Look into Your New Home

There are three points to be especially mindful of when considering what you need in a floor plan: your lifestyle, the space you need for your belongings and your budget.

  • Lifestyle: Make sure the floor plan offers the amenities you need to be comfortable. Keeping in mind that this is your home, you want to make sure the floor plan you choose suits your lifestyle, comfort and priorities.
  • Space: Perhaps the most common question when it comes to determining the right floor plan for you: how much space do you need? When you choose to move to a senior living community, it’s inevitable that you won’t be able to bring every one of your belongings. But you want to make sure there is enough room to bring your most important items with you, relax and move comfortably – although this, of course, means different things to different people. You may enjoy less fuss with a smaller area, or you may thrive when there is plenty of room to move.
  • Budget: When it comes down to it, you want to make sure the floor plan you choose is within your budget. Thankfully, there are a variety of options for you to consider when making the move that suits various financial situations. Our expert sales counselors are available to assist you in researching and evaluating your options when it comes to balancing your needs and budget.

As a resident of our community, you’ll enjoy maintenance-free, spacious independent living apartments, or cottages with all the amenities. Besides your own personal living space, you have the added bonus of plenty of communal space and amenities to enjoy your days. Think of it as an extension of your own apartment – you’re able to simply walk down the hall to participate in a quilting group, listen to a renowned author or stroll outside on our stunning grounds. And you get to do the things you enjoy with neighbors who become close friends.

Come See Senior Living Apartments and Cottages at Meadow Lakes

Now that you have a better idea of what to look for when it comes to choosing your floor plan at Meadow Lakes, we invite you to come see for yourself. When you visit, be sure to ask to see multiple floor plan options to give you a better feel of the space and options available to you.

Contact us today or schedule your tour to personally experience your potential new home. We also offer virtual tours, so you are able to see the community from the comfort of your own home.

In the meantime, we also encourage you to download our FREE guide Choosing the Right Floor Plan at Springpoint where you’ll find even more information on considerations to make when choosing your new home.