119 Route 204, Selinsgrove, PA 17870
Pennsfield Senior Apartments are located in rural Selinsgrove in Snyder County, Pennsylvania. This quiet and serene borough is the sublime place to settle in and enjoy the small town life. Selinsgrove is right in the center of the Susquehanna River Valley which is full of luscious trees and gorgeous views. There are many parks available as well for walking and just enjoying splendid sunsets with friends.
We believe in loyalty to our senior residents and our staff is focused upon their needs and assistance. Our staff is caring and compassionate and is there to help with daily tasks or immediate response care if necessary. Our goal is to help seniors have the best life possible with dignity and independence.
There are many amenities at Pennsfield Senior Apartments. We have restaurant styled dining for residents, and private dining for quiet evenings. We have comfortable sitting areas with a fireplace to visit with friends. More Amenities include:
Pennsfield Apartments is a place to settle in and enjoy the little things in life with independence and...
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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I like this community for the good care that I am receiving here at this nice community. The staff is so very caring and patient with my needs. The community is very clean and I like living here. The meals are good and I like the nice variety. They offer me activities with the other residents, I would highly recommend the care and the value for others to see the great care that is received here.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
Things are going very good for my friend since moving in here. Her apartment is huge, she has a kitchen to cook her own meals in. They have housekeeping about once a week to help her out. They also have a game room where residents can go in and play cards or hang out.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
It’s a shame... what could have been a great place was maintained so poorly... to the point of repairs that are much more costly to afford and now requires annual rent increases beyond affordability for fixed income seniors *shingles and stucco falling off building *dated faulty heating cooling units *drafty sliding doors from moisture rot *many doorways and doors wedge and drag *moldy mossy insect infested wood on back units *leaky faucets and toilets *inefficient dryer venting *facility is not up to all safety codes *sidewalks are uneven and unsafe for walkers and wheelchairs with loose stone chips that can cause falls *hallway walls and carpets are old, stained and not vacuumed/shampooed often enough. *entryway doors are heavy and in disrepair. NOT AT ALL handicapped accessible *drop off area at entrance sidewalk and curbing is dangerous *three handicapped parking spaces for an entire 70 unit senior facility *parking lines and one-way arrows so faded that most don’t see them *VERY unsafe entrance/exit due from blind curve and speeding cars *Unqualified low bid workers were hired that were completely ignorant of safety codes and handicap accessibility needs. Their workmanship is embarrassingly shotty. *Resident requests and complaints get promises, followed by excuses and neglect. *Some good notes... I’ve experienced an awesome response from nursing staff from The Manor at Penn Village during a fire at the apartments. *They’ve also responded quickly to residents calling for help from the pull cords provided in each room. *Weis’ Market is directly located across the road but the only semi-safe crosswalk is located so far away, it is not at all convenient to a senior.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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