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Crozet, Virginia, offers spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountain Range, a classic four-season climate, a small-town ambiance and a diverse range of outdoor activities. Hiking, fishing, birdwatching and biking are common recreational pastimes among its residents. Crozet also features a traditional town square with a variety of independently owned local businesses where residents gather to socialize, dine and shop. The community is a popular retirement destination with a population of slightly over 9,300 citizens. Approximately 17.1% of its population is age 65 and over.
Those in assisted living facilities pay an average of $5,893 per month in Crozet, which is substantially higher than the national average of $4,300 as well as the Virginia average of $4,850. The prices of individual facilities may vary, however, depending on a number of factors. These factors include location, the type and quality of amenities the facility provides and the range of services.
Note: Information for Crozet was not available, so data from the nearest city, Charlottesville, was used.
We’ve compiled a list of the 10 best assisted living facilities in Crozet — check them out to see if any are right for you.
The Lodge at Old Trail
We were impressed by the gracious-yet-casual atmosphere in this facility's common spaces, especially the fireside conversation area in the great room and the patio dining area where residents can enjoy their meals al fresco on warm days. But our favorite aspect of the Lodge at Old Trail was its policy of supporting local food and beverage producers as much as possible, providing residents with the best of what Virginia farmers, fishermen and vintners have to offer. The community also accepts all pets, which makes it a good choice for those whose furry friends exceed the weight limits that are common at many assisted living facilities.
English Meadows Crozet Campus
English Meadows' Crozet Campus offers spacious studio apartments that residents are welcome to share with their small pets. Units and common spaces have plenty of natural lighting and gorgeous mountain views. The covered outdoor porch in front of the facility features several comfortable seating areas where residents can relax and enjoy the fresh air while visiting with peers or reading a good book. The wide range of activities includes movie nights, arts and crafts projects, group outings, jigsaw puzzles, exercise and fitness classes and bingo.
The Colonnades offers pet-friendly one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as detached homes. All units have kitchenettes or kitchens and are equipped with in-room cable. Residents can get their hair washed, cut and styled at the on-site salon/barbershop, host private celebrations in the designated party space, enjoy an evening movie, play bingo and participate in afternoon socials and happy hours. There's also an on-site pool and attractive patio and garden areas where residents can relax.
RoseWood Village at Greenbrier
What we liked best about this family-owned, pet-friendly facility was its health and wellness amenities. The on-site wellness center offers health assessments and customized wellness programs designed to meet the needs and preferences of individual residents. There's also a heated indoor therapy pool and an on-site spa with hydrotherapy tubs. The facility also employs a team of physical and occupational therapists and rehabilitation assistants to provide residents with a high level of personalized therapy.
Oak Grove Manor
Family owned and operated, Oak Grove Manor reminded us of a charming bed-and-breakfast inn. With a resident capacity of just 23, care is more personalized and attentive here than in larger facilities. The staff takes care of housekeeping, laundry, meal preparation and other routine aspects of daily living as well as helps residents with basic grooming, bathing and dressing. Guests are welcome to visit at any time as well as join residents for meals and to spend the night. This facility is not pet-friendly, making it a good option for those with allergies to animals.
Morningside of Charlottesville
With a menu designed by a Food Network celebrity chef, we couldn't help but be impressed by Morningside of Charlottesville's dining and nutrition program. But the excellence doesn't stop with the menus — this facility has a tradition of sourcing fruits and vegetables, lean meats, poultry and seafood from local growers and producers as well as hiring graduates from some of the nation's best culinary schools to work in their kitchens. As a result, residents enjoy the freshest possible food crafted with creativity, passion and care.
Martha Jefferson House
With a resident capacity of 32, Martha Jefferson House was one of the smaller facilities on our top 10 list. We liked that it offers a range of services more commonly found at larger facilities, such as dry cleaning delivery and pickup, rehabilitation services, nail and foot care and a diverse activities calendar. Residents can enjoy outings to local cultural attractions such as performances by the Charlottesville Symphony, and there's a lunch group that explores a different local restaurant each month as well as various resident-led clubs and activity groups. This is a faith-based facility that welcomes those from all religious backgrounds.
Summit Square is a pet-friendly faith-based facility with multiple dining options. There's a full-service restaurant that is open daily for dinner and Sunday brunch, a traditional pub that's open for lunch and dinner and an intimate cafe with breakfast and lunch items. We also liked the creative events and activities we saw on Summit Square's activity calendar, such as Mystery Dinner Theater, summer luaus and group excursions to local wineries, museums and other points of interest. Residents can join a variety of special-interest clubs and activity groups as well as participate in lifelong learning programs through two local colleges.
Our Lady of Peace
This facility really lives up to its name — we were entranced with the serene and peaceful ambiance provided by the woodland setting and thoughtfully designed common spaces. Shaded walking paths, comfortable outdoor seating areas and relaxing terraces give residents plenty of space to relax. We also felt that with a resident capacity of 102, Our Lady of Peace provides a happy medium for those who don't want to get lost in a large crowd but who'd nonetheless prefer a range of personalities that the smallest facilities can't provide. Floor plans at Our Lady of Peace include studio, one- and two-bedroom units.
The Blake at Charlottesville
We were completely taken with the wooded hilltop setting of this facility. Situated at the site of Virginia's historic Oakleigh Farm, the community has high ceilings and careful attention to detail in the common areas, which reminded of a gracious resort. The restaurant-style dining room uses real glassware and china, and there are fresh flowers on every table. Floor plans include one- and two-bedroom apartments. Wellness amenities include personal alert pendants with wireless capability, an on-site primary care provider, customized fitness programs and a nurse and personal care staff available 24 hours a day.