You’ve always held yourself to higher standards. You’ve never followed the crowd. Now, you’re looking forward to all the possibilities tomorrow may hold.
So are we. Highpoint at Stonecrest is a forward-looking, future-thinking senior living community designed to exceed your standards — every moment, every day.
Each detail at Highpoint is being fashioned to enrich your retirement living experience. Modern and stylish interior design, ample opportunities for connection, a host of first-class amenities, all with an emphasis on safety and wellness.
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Refreshingly carefree retirement living.
We take pride in making life easier and more enjoyable for residents with our personalized concierge services, flexible all-day dining, scheduled transportation and 24-hour security. When life’s chores are out of the way, you’ll discover the freedom to craft your retirement lifestyle the way you’ve always done: your way.
The luxury and ease of living at Highpoint is further strengthened by our experienced leadership and management team as well as our all-inclusive rental financial structure – giving residents both assurance and predictability.
A Senior Living Community Focused On Your Well Being
Highpoint at Stonecrest was designed with a holistic approach to health and wellness that includes cutting-edge, technology-enabled features you won’t find anywhere else. Our senior living community is equipped with a multitude of advanced safety features, including state-of-the-art air filtration and antimicrobial paint and surfaces. Plus, our state-of-the-art fitness & exercise center makes healthy living more convenient than ever.
Living atop the highest point in town, surrounded by beautiful views, friendly neighbors and an attentive staff, you’ll be poised to enjoy all the high points of retirement.
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