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The Choice is Yours
Choose the best living option for your lifestyle, and surround yourself with the people and opportunities that matter most to you. Select from senior living apartments, suites, studios, cottages and villas with pricing to match your budget. Maintenance-free living and financial security provide you with the freedom to do as much or as little as you want every day. Cook at home because you want to, not because you have to. Or dine at one of our premier restaurants, bistros or cafés. Invite your family for a visit. Take a trip with friends. Pick up a new hobby or reignite a former one. The choice is yours.

Peace of Mind
Find peace of mind and security at each of our five communities across Pennsylvania. In addition to the full continuum of retirement living, personal care and nursing care services, Masonic Villages offers a wide variety of home and community-based services available to residents and those in the local community. These services, which may differ based on location, include outreach, transitional care for short-term rehabilitation, home care, home health, hospice, pharmacy services, child care and a children’s home. We’re here for you if your needs should ever change, and we understand it’s important to have options so you can choose what best suits your lifestyle.

With 150 years of providing award-winning independent living options for seniors and high quality care and services, we are proud of our history and commitment to offering state-of-the-art facilities and amenities. Masonic Villages is also dedicated to protecting our planet’s future through environmental stewardship and clean energy.

We’re open for everyone. Contact us today!

The Best Things Come in Pairs

Identical twins Kitty Brandt and Lois Vaughn have called Masonic Village at Elizabethtown home for longer than most residents. First moving on campus at just 13 years old, the sisters have since returned for retirement – as neighbors!

Getting Back to Life and Each Other

Denise and Gerald “Jerry” Francis were not planning to move, but sometimes life doesn't go as planned. In early May 2021, Jerry became critically ill, and after multiple surgeries, he was given little hope of survival. Rehabilitation at Masonic Village at Lafayette Hill gave him hope for recovery and the possibility of reuniting with his wife of more than 50 years.

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