Suburban Philadelphia Living

Retire amidst 21 scenic acres only 30 minutes from downtown Philadelphia – the perfect location for day trips to the city or quiet evenings at home.

Retirement Living Near Suburban Philadelphia

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Masonic Village is impressive from the outside. Modern architecture, neatly manicured landscape and courtyards, and spacious patios and balconies catch your eye. But what truly makes the community ideal for your active retirement lifestyle is the combination of exceptional amenities, distinct dining options, friendly neighbors and welcoming staff.

You’ll have time to enjoy all this and more since Masonic Village takes care of home maintenance, housekeeping, cooking, snow shoveling and other chores.

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Focus on Your Interests

With the freedom to focus on your interests and passions (and not home maintenance), you can explore everything on campus. Check out a woodshop, wellness center, bowling alley, various clubs, volunteer opportunities and more. Nearby cities and suburbs feature parks, shopping, athletic venues, museums, historic sites, art galleries, theaters and more. Even your canine friend will appreciate the move, thanks to the on-site dog park.

Living Options for Your Lifestyle

Choose from retirement living apartments in a variety of floor plans, with as much space as you desire for your unique lifestyle. Those who need personal care or nursing services receive around-the-clock care in comfortable, attractive accommodations. Retirement living residents receive preferred access to personal care and nursing services on a fee-for-service basis depending on specific needs. Clinical services offer support at your convenience.

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Decisions concerning admission, the provision of services and referrals of residents are not based upon the applicant’s race, color, religion, disability, ancestry, national origin, familial status, age, sex, limited English proficiency (LEP) or any other protected status.