7041 Bent Tree Blvd, Columbus, OH 43235
Claremont Retirement Village is a warm and friendly place to live in Columbus, Ohio. Our location on 12 acres of neatly landscaped grounds gives residents plenty of space for walks and nature-viewing. The Village offers worry-free retirement living, companionship, and independence with assisted living and memory care services. Our attractive 200-unit community and park-like campus also provides a comfortable setting for an independent living lifestyle.
All apartment units offer wall-to-wall carpeting, window treatments, and an emergency call system. Full-service transportation to and from doctors’ appointments, shopping and other outside activities are just a few of our service standards. Our lounges, game room, hair salon, and village store are some of the places residents can enjoy each other's company and entertain friends and family. Experience all that Claremont Retirement Village has to offer — in a wonderful village community with quality services provided by a caring and responsive staff.
Unwind in our atrium sunroom, chat with friends on one of our outdoor swings, or participate in one of our many fitness classes. Here, your schedule is up to you. Our community is gorgeous, decorated with grand, wooden beams, and elegant fabrics. During meal time, enjoy nutritious and fresh ingredients curated...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*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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Review originally written on A Place For Mom
I had to move my Mother from a local Asst Living community to a secure Memory Care community last month. I found Claremont with some help from A Place for Mom. The staff at Claremont did everything they could to help a very stressful situation turn into a positive experience. Their staff is caring and kind. My Mom lived in a new and beautiful Asst Liv Center for 7 years, but it did not have the same dedication that I have seen already at Claremont. Looking back it seems very 'Corporate'. Claremont seems warm and homey. I sleep well at night knowing my Mom is in a safe, caring and stimulating environment. It's the best I can hope for at a stage in her life where she no longer recognizes me. She is comfortable and happy. There are a lot of positive changes going on at Claremont. It is worth your time to take a tour, observe the residents and staff. You will see and feel it too.
Review originally written on A Place For Mom
My Mother has been a resident at the Claremont for over two years. In the past year, the facility has a new hands-on management staff that has made a number of positive and resident-responsive changes. The most important for my Mother has been the improvements made in the dining room. She has particularly enjoyed the addition of an excellent salad bar. Even before this past year’s changes, the staff at the Claremont has been, and continues to be, the best we could have wished for. Their kindness and concern for the residents is so appreciated by this daughter. In addition, whenever there has been any kind of maintenance issue with my Mother’s apartment, it has always been addressed within hours of bringing it to the front desk’s attention. The only negative I need to mention is that because the facility is older, doorways and space in the bathroom are definitely not ideal, particularly as a resident ages and uses a walker or wheelchair. Additionally, it would be nice if hallways had railings. But despite these last comments, the staff and value offered at the Claremont made it a great choice for us.
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