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Page Reviewed / Updated – December 9, 2022
With a low cost of living, warm, pleasant summers, a historic downtown area and access to outdoor activities such as golf, hiking and birdwatching, Asheboro is a popular retirement destination for seniors who appreciate small-town living. Approximately 18% of the city’s population of slightly over 27,100 residents are aged 65 and over, which is higher than the national average.
Randolph Health is available for primary care and some specialty services. Asheboro is also home to the North Carolina Zoo, which provides plenty of opportunities for fun outings with grandchildren and other family members.
Seniors in Asheboro’s assisted living facilities pay an average of $3,800 per month. This rate is well below the national monthly median of $4,500 and slightly over $200 less than the statewide average of $4,010, according to Genworth’s 2021 Cost of Care Survey. Assisted living costs are higher in North Carolina’s state capital, Raleigh, where residents pay an average of $5,388 per month.
Note: Data for Asheboro was unavailable, so data for the nearest city, Greensboro, was used instead.
We’ve created a list of the top 10 assisted living facilities in Asheboro. Please check it out to see if any are right for you.
Tellebera Asheboro offers studio, one-bedroom and companion suites that residents are welcome to share with their furry friends. It offers scenic walking paths where residents and their pets can get fresh air and exercise, a private courtyard with comfortable seating for relaxing with a book or visiting with friends and a community garden where residents can cultivate their favorite flowers, herbs and vegetables. This faith-based community has in-house religious services.
We included Brookdale Asheboro on our top 10 list because of its signature Optimum Life Programs. These programs operate on a holistic approach designed to optimize physical, intellectual, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being among older adults. There are eight fitness programs for those with varying ability levels and a program where seniors can share their life stories. Residents can also participate in a mental fitness program and a program that helps seniors struggling with technology learn how to use virtual visit apps to stay connected with friends and family.
Cross Road Retirement Community
What impressed us most about Cross Road Retirement Community was its outdoor living spaces. Residents can toss a fishing line off the fishing pier into one of two fully stocked ponds, practice their putt on the putting green, enjoy a game of shuffleboard or go for a stroll on the paved walking trails. They can play cards, relax with a beverage and a book or enjoy an al fresco meal on a covered outdoor patio with comfortable chairs and tables. We particularly liked the natural area that features native plants that attract a variety of wild birds.
North Pointe of Asheboro
North Pointe of Asheboro's convenient location near U.S. Route 220 makes it easy for family and friends to visit, and there's plenty of guest parking available. With mature landscaping, deep, covered porches with sturdy wooden rockers, a baby grand piano in the main dining room and cozy parlors and sitting rooms, this community has no shortage of old-school elegance. A private party room is available for residents to host personal festivities, and residents can have their hair washed, cut and styled in the on-site salon/barbershop. Those with allergies will appreciate this facility's no-pet policy.
Brookstone Haven features plenty of comfortable, homelike common spaces designed to promote socialization and engagement among residents. Seniors can watch a movie, sports game or favorite show in the cozy TV room, relax in the elegant parlor with a fireplace or eat outside in the covered outdoor seating area. On-site staff is awake and ready to assist residents 24 hours per day.
Coventry House of Siler City
We liked that Coventry House of Siler City is located near the local senior center, which promotes community engagement among residents. On-site amenities include a well-stocked library, a restaurant-style dining room, a garden and patio area and a beauty salon/barbershop. Resident parking is available for those with vehicles. Floor plans include pet-friendly studio, one- and two-bedroom units as well as companion suites. Each apartment is equipped with Wi-Fi and in-room cable.
Brookdale High Point
We thought this facility was especially appropriate for those with mobility issues as everything is on one level, eliminating having to navigate elevators or steps. Residents receive customized care based on their personal preferences and needs. Care plans include help with dressing, showering, bathing and other aspects of routine grooming, medication reminders and laundry and housekeeping services. A nurse is on staff, and the culinary staff that prepares the food served in the restaurant-style dining room accommodates requests for those with dietary restrictions.
Westchester Harbour at Providence Place
Westchester Harbour is a faith-based community offering private and semiprivate rooms, bright, spacious indoor and outdoor common spaces and a full calendar of on- and off-site activities. Group outings include trips to nearby shopping venues, visits to local restaurants and excursions to local areas of interest and community events, such as fairs and festivals. Residents can use the 70-inch interactive panel to play games, enjoy virtual visits with family and friends and experience virtual travel tours.
Spring Arbor of Thomasville
Located in a residential neighborhood just off Interstate 85, Spring Arbor of Thomasville offers spacious shared and private accommodations. All units are equipped with in-room cable. There is a separate TV room where residents can join others in a separate TV room to watch a favorite movie, news program or sporting event and a sunroom for relaxing while reading, crafting or visiting. Although this facility does not accept pets, they are welcome to visit with proper documentation of vaccines from their veterinarian.
Piedmont Crossing earned its place on our top 10 list because of its idyllic setting on 61 landscaped acres and generously sized living spaces with abundant natural light. This facility offers two dining venues, one with an outdoor seating option and the other with a cozy fireplace, that both use fresh, seasonal ingredients. Scheduled weekly outings to banks and supermarkets are available, and these trips are often combined with lunch at local restaurants or visits to museums and other points of interest. On-site activities include Bible study, book clubs, live music and theater performances