Belmont Village Thousand Oaks
3680 North Moorpark Road Thousand Oaks CA 91360
Also nearby are numerous churches and two synagogues, Thousand Oaks Performing Arts and Civic Center, California Lutheran University, the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, and the Goebel Senior Center, a state-of-the art recreation center for older adults in Conejo Valley.
Belmont Village Thousand Oaks offers 105 studio and one-bedroom Assisted Living residences and a separate, secured Alzheimer's Neighborhood with 34 private apartments. Residents enjoy Belmont Village's customary high standard of care, beautifully appointed common areas, industry-leading programs, and luxurious amenities.
The Mediterranean-style building is a split level design that compliments the surrounding hillside and features unobstructed views of the Santa Monica Mountains. The community has a variety of outdoor spaces, including a first floor courtyard, dining patio, outdoor exercise garden, and a generous covered balcony on the second floor.
*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.
I have no complaints about the tour I had taken at this community for my father.The staff where easy to communicate with and on time to our appointment. They made sure to provide us with lots of great information...
From what I saw, this facility is quite nice. It was beautiful and clean, and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Our main concern was the location of the facility, along with the fact that they did not...
My tour of this community was very positive. They did not offer a program for residents with Parkinson's disease and that is why we did not choose it.See all 25 community reviews
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