257 South Main Street Cambridge Springs PA 16403
Bartlett Gardens is a senior housing community located in Cambridge Springs, Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Cambridge Springs is a small, quiet town in northwestern Pennsylvania that offers easy access to Highway 19 and Interstate 79. Bartlett Gardens is situated near the center of town, just blocks from downtown. The affordable apartments were built on the original foundation of The Cambridge Hotel in 1897, shortly after it burned down in a fire that consumed much of Main Street. The building went through many changes and now has 43 one and two bedroom apartments.
The dedicated staff offers many different types of assistance for their residents. Supportive services and transportation are available from qualified staff members. Bartlett Gardens also offers on-site maintenance services with an on-call staff member available after hours. The property managers are committed to caring for the needs of all Bartlett Gardens residents.
Other amenities available include:
- Affordable subsidized rent prices that include utilities
- Non-smoking community
- Indoor community center, library, and laundry room
- On-site security
- Planned activities and outings such as bingo, potlucks, and shopping trips
- Concierge services
- Pet friendly 55 and older community
Bartlett Gardens is a quiet 55+ apartment complex for seniors who meet specific income qualifications. Residents can enjoy peace and independence with their own apartment, and attend planned activities at their leisure.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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