200 Hunt Club Dr, Saint Charles, IL 60174
We understand that finding affordable, reliable, and comfortable senior living can be challenging. Hunt Club Village in St. Charles, Illinois is a senior community that aims to offer all the virtues sought in senior living. As we age it’s important to stay close to good friends and peers that enliven our everyday life, and Hunt Club Village is an ideal community for active seniors in search of a new home and camaraderie with great people.
Since 2002, we’ve established ourselves as an integral part of the local community. St. Charles, Illinois is simply a wonderful city to retire — with the midwest always offering proximity to serene nature and lively city attractions that residents from any age can enjoy — like live shows at Arcada Theatre, shopping, or getting a bite in Downtown St. Charles. Wherever you are in your journey, we’re sure we can help you to get the most out of your life at Hunt Club Village.
On-campus, we provide a host of amenities and services tailored to supplement the daily lives of individual residents. Some of those wonderful conveniences include delicious meals served in our large, elegant dining room and fitness and health in our...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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The staff is friendly, and the grounds are pretty well kept. I wish it had a pool! The staff is very attentive, and I like that they call me to tell me when I have a package to pick up, because I'm notorious for not going to pick up my mail. I was in my own condo for many years, and this doesn't really compare. The cost is high compared to what I was paying. But would I rent this place again? Yes. I love my apartment. The rooms are huge, except for the kitchen, but it still serves it purpose beautifully. The appliances are nice and work well. I have a balcony where I can keep my flowers. So far with Covid, the other residents don't come out of their doors much. It's a very quiet place. The only time you really see anybody is coming in and out. If you like quiet and privacy, you've got it here. Because of Covid, the office has been very cautious about opening activities up. They used to have breakfast every morning, which they're still not doing yet. Right now they're offering bingo, and I'm not sure what else.
My mother fell in love with Hunt Club on her visit due to the quality of the apartments, amenities, friendly neighbors and staff. We had a few more places to visit but my Mom was adamant she found her new home. The new sense of independence and happiness my mom is still experiencing at Hunt Club has changed the dynamic of our entire family. We are extremely grateful a place like Hunt club exists.
I have only lived here for a little over a week but I really like it. The people are very friendly and the staff is very helpful.
My mom fell in love with hunt club apartments, staff (especially Annette and property manager), residents and amenities immediately and was eager to move in on the 1st visit. We had other prospect places that we didn't visit after the hunt club visit. The residents were warm and inviting.
No one there to meet us at scheduled appointment. Left voice mail via door entry system. Also no answer at office phone. No sign of life that we could see from the entryway.
We have toured this location and it is nice.
I really liked this place. I would like to take my mom there to look at it.
Nice facility but just didn't seem right. Also too far from family.
We have toured this location and it is nice. We are filling out the application and will be returning it soon.
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