4300 Chris Drive Huntsville AL 35802
A 55+ Active Adult Community, like The Commons, is an age restricted community. That means we are required by the 1995 Housing for Older Persons Act to certify that 80% of our Members are age 55 or older. Because of this requirement, at least one Commons Member living in each apartment must be age qualified. This means your neighbors will have lifestyles, interests and stories like yours!
At The Commons, there are no Homeowners Association fees, buy-in options, or entrance fees. All you pay is your monthly rent, and the cost for any of our optional services you choose to enjoy.We offer seven different floor plan options with various bedroom, bath, den, patio and balcony options. Our apartments range in size from a one-bedroom, one-bath at 692 square feet to a two-bedroom, two-bath with a den and patio or balcony at 1,325 square feet.
*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.
From what I saw of the commons, this seemed like a nice place to stay. Everything was clean and staff and residents were friendly. Though it did not quite fit my needs, as I preferred not to live in apartments,...
Easy process, great prices!
My mother in law just moved into The Commons last week and the whole process was very easy and enjoyable. Their prices are much more reasonable than another place she had looked at, and she is able to afford...
That is what I call Security in my book!
The way it was designed is great for someone like my moms age. She would need the security. I feel secure for her to be there, people cant go in without a keycard or a code and that makes it's secure in...See all 4 community reviews
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