Boulevard Park Place Active Retirement Living
2805 South 125th Street Seattle WA 98168
apartments are located on ten acres with views of the Cascade Mountains and just minutes to golf, shopping, theatres, medical facilities and
easy access to Sea-Tac Airport. There are seven spacious floor plans to choose from with full kitchens and washer & dryer in each apartment
home. Our facility has elevators to make your access to our libraries, beauty & barber shop, multi-purpose room, wood shop and arts & crafts
room as easy as possible. As you stroll through the grounds, you decide if you want to walk through our gardens or visit your own garden area.
You can visit our fish pond and waterfalls while you are enjoying your outdoor barbeque in our courtyard.
At Boulevard Park Place you decide how social or how private you want to be. We have several scheduled activities on site, as well as many
scheduled outings and trips on our private bus. We also enjoy several overnight outings each year to many different places. We have a large
indoor swimming pool and spa, as well as an exercise room complete with billiards and ping pong for your use.
*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.
Boulevard Park Place Active Retirement Living Reviews
- The place is all it has been advertized to be.
I truly love this place. The management has been most helpful, friendly and great to work with. The people here all go out of their way to make you feel welcome. It truly has been a wonderful move. The...
If my son ever decided to move back to the Seattle area, I would consider this location.
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