Dreaming of a carefree retirement? Parkwood Meadows in Round Rock, Texas can make that dream come true, offering a senior living community of classy apartments for independent adults. Named one of the best places to live in the U.S., Round Rock boasts a plethora of suburban amenities in a historic “Old West” town. Our pet-friendly community tucks into lush, green grounds and is central to healthcare and shopping areas. You’ll thrive at Parkwood Meadows among friends, luxurious amenities, and supportive services.
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We all know everything’s bigger and better in Texas, and a Parkwood Meadows lifestyle is no exception. Whether you’re relaxing on the outdoor patio, taking a stroll through our 10-acre campus, or savoring a meal in the dining room, you’ll feel a sense of ease. Common areas have wi-fi and comfortable furniture, so come out to socialize or surf the web. Here’s a peek into a few more of our amenities:
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Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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When I walk in to Parkwood Meadows it feels very comfortable, relaxing, and accepting environment. The residents seem to be very happy here. It is an age in place facility, if you need extra care services you do have to bring them in. I would overall recommend to others looking.
We toured Parkwood Meadows and it looked like a great place, I loved what I saw. The studio she would have had was a little on the small side and the location was far from me which is the only reason we did not choose this facility.
We went with Parkwood Meadows because it was much nicer than some others we saw especially for this price range. The apartment sizes are good and they do have a variety to choose from. The friendliness of the staff sticks out to us and residents here seem to be happy. I would recommend to others looking.
My loved one is not the happiest here, but he can be grumpy and contrary. He thinks the food isn't very good and too low sodium. But I urge him to consider the population it's made for - a lot of older people can't process a lot of sodium. I see mostly positive things here. The facility is beautiful and very clean. The grounds are well kept. They communicate very well any changes in scheduling or anything different going on in the community. That's a a big plus. Most of the people tend to be in their rooms during non-eating hours, but the residents I've run into and talked to were very sweet. The staff I've met and talked to have been great. The admissions person especially was awesome. She was an excellent communicator and great at follow-up. They seem to have a great calendar of activities. The cost has gone up considerably since he moved in though, so we're not crazy about that, especially because that's not what we were told.
We chose Parkwood Meadows because my mother fell in love with it when we walked in. She felt safe, secure and comfortable. The apartment sizes are great and perfect for her needs. She also has a little back door with a yard for her dog and she can go walk. The best part about the community so far has been the staff members, they have been very communicative with any changes that are going on and they talk with her so she doesn't feel alone. My mom is very happy here and we would recommend.
We no longer get some services that are supposed to be included in our rent. I understand the importance of protecting us from COVID, but there should be alternative services provided.
I met the love of my life. And we got married. Thankyou Parkwood Meadows, without you it never would have happened!!
My dad has lived at Parkview Meadows for a few years now. It’s been working out better than any of the previous communities we have tried before. We like that the rooms are permanently assigned to residents (versus other facilities he has lived in which have shuffled him around from room to room with little notice for various reasons). Their doors have names on them and residents wear name tags because they feel like a community here. I’ve seen staff members that have been there a long while and they are friendly and helpful. I have appreciated special family and visitor events they’ve organized. These not only allowed some fun times with my dad and his grandchildren, but let us meet his friends from his residence. It is well kept and attractive indoors and around the property. I would recommend Parkwood Meadows to friends needing a retirement community in the area.
Thank you, everyone, for coming EVERY day to wait on us and serve us!! We are so safe and secure during all this pandemic. Thank you, THANK YOU !!!
It's a smaller place which allows for a more of a one on one experience . The staff are outgoing and if there's a concern, they call quickly. My aunt liked visiting my mom so much, that she moved in there as well, that's how much we like it there. They have a family night once a month for dinner, and we get to meet her friends. They make us feel included, valued, and like our thoughts mattered. We chose this community because each apartment had an outdoor patio or balcony, it was more economical by far, and they called after our visit to check in and ask if we had questions. My mom likes it because they include the residents in activity planning and ask the residents for their ideas and interests. They offer art class and painting class, and then they display their paintings in the common room for everyone to enjoy. The main reason my mom liked this community was because the overall feel was more casual, not stuffy, and family like at home. They make her feel valued and important. I would recommend this community to anyone.
No oven or microwave, No ceiling fans. Not enough emenities. 2nd bedroom is too small, more of office space. Does not have central air, rooms have units like you find in hotels. Closets are too small in the bedrooms. Beautifully landscaped and outside building is very impressive. Staff very friendly and helpful.
The apartments are small but the facility was nice and the included benefits were great. The biggest draw back is that peoole can smoke in their apartment.
This was a very nice facility. It's run by Holiday, same as [removed] in Cedar Park, but the Round Rock location is more convenient for our family. Similar activity schedule, and also has home health on site.
Our family is very pleased with Parkwood Meadows. My mother is very happy to be in such a great place!
Facility was nice. Yard was peaceful. Staff seemed friendly. Outside my father's budget.
Parkwood Meadows really exemplifies a caring community.
My parents are extremely happy here. People are so welcoming and they have many friends now.
Super friendly staff, great amenities! Facility and apartments need some updating. Not in my parents budget
Great location and facility. Rooms satisfactory, bot no cooking!
Friendly, clean atmosphere. Tucked back off main road, but easily accessible to shopping and restaurants. Active social calendar and no added costs for transportation, housekeeping, etc make this place very attractive! My first choice.
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