|Volume LIII||November 2006||Number 4|
Masonic Village at Sewickley is Nearing Capacity!
Only a Few Villas Still Available!
For many, many years, the idea of a Masonic community in western Pennsylvania was just a dream. Then in 1999, that dream became a reality when Masonic Villages acquired about 50 acres in beautiful Aleppo Township. From the dust of construction equipment emerged one of the finest retirement communities in the Commonwealth.
Completed in late 2003, the village is now at near capacity, with only a handful of apartments remaining unreserved. While the original villa homes have been occupied for years, eight more were added this year on several newly acquired acres. Soon, a waiting list will be established so prospective residents will be prioritized as they await future move-in dates. The response to the community has been tremendous as residents secure their futures while becoming a part of an active and friendly community.
Masonic Village at Sewickley has been recognized nationally with awards for design and construction. This year, a delegation from Ireland included the village on its tour of select communities in the United States. Last year, a delegation from Australia visited the Sewickley community as well.
One of the factors contributing to the success of the Sewickley campus is the peace of mind that a Lifecare community brings. As a Lifecare community, Masonic Village at Sewickley allows retirees to protect their "nest eggs" by guaranteeing that residents living in retirement living will continue paying the same monthly rate, even if they should someday need assisted living or nursing care. The key is to make the move before a pre-existing health condition prevents the possibility of a full Lifecare agreement.
If you have not toured the village, you owe it to yourself to experience the lifestyle everyone is talking about.
Call 1-866-872-0664 today to schedule a personal tour or to make a reservation for our upcoming open houses, Nov. 30 or Dec. 14 at 10 a.m.
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