Independent Living in Connecticut | Masonicare Senior Living
Independence is important at every stage of life. The concept of living independently, however, may be a bit different for everyone.
That’s why Masonicare offers a wide variety of options to enjoy a truly independent lifestyle. In fact, our specialized continuum of care offers more choices, locations, price points and options than any other 55+ residential living organization in Connecticut.
Services & Amenities
While our independent communities vary in many ways, they all offer you the ageless freedom and ease of:
- A carefree lifestyle, free of maintenance and homecare chores
- Fine dining
- Housekeeping and laundry services
- 24/7 security
- Beautiful grounds and outdoor relaxation areas
- Hair salons, banks, fitness centers, transportation & more
- Clubs that let you enjoy your hobbies or discover new ones
- Health and Wellness services
- A wide-ranging calendar of trips and social events
- Peace of mind: 24 hour, 7 days a week nursing available
Interested in Independent Living at Masonicare?
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With peace and privacy in a natural setting, freestanding villas are great for independent seniors seeking flexible, spacious floor plans and deluxe features.
A comfortable place to call home, cottages are the perfect blend of privacy and neighborliness—arranged for easy senior living.
Spacious, Luxury Apartment
Enjoy convenience and security, with fully equipped kitchens, ample storage space, and either a balcony or patio opening onto our serene campus.
Cozy, One-Bedroom Apartment
Get peace of mind in a beautiful setting with a one-bedroom apartment—perfect for the senior looking for just enough space to retire comfortably.
Financial plans range from those that offer guaranteed healthcare for life to standard rental options. You may choose a community that enables you to age-in-place in your apartment home, or choose a more specialized course of care with assisted living, memory care and long-term care neighborhoods to accommodate changing healthcare needs.