137 Grace Village Drive, Winona Lake, IN 46590
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Grace Village has a lot to offer seniors. Library, cards, pool games, chapel, good food, shopping, good friends.
Nice, comfortable well kept retirement home. Includes chapel, library, banking facility, nice large dining room, laundry, hairdresser, post office, bus for shipping, group activity, and outings. Includes independent living apartments, condominiums, rehab, assisted living, and healthcare. A very good place to live. Fine Christian environment.
Great churches, shopping area. Four major grocery markets. Beautiful lakes. Wonderful restaurant.
A great great place to live. Great stores within 2-3 miles. Great restaurants and gift shops.
This is a very large community, with very nice little independent living homes nearby. We were really impressed with the food, and there's a nice variety with a couple of options for each meal. There is a faith component at this community, and they hold an optional church service each week. They have services for Veterans and Memorial Day, including residents participating in music. They've had good Covid protocol, moving residents as necessary to maintain health. There's a separate health and rehab living area if a resident is recovering from a hospital stay for instance, and they receive more care there as needed. Their fees are reasonable.
Response from Grace Village Retirement CommunityApril 1, 2021
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