925 Sixth Avenue Aurora IL 60505
Sunnymere was built with an endowment from Jessie Farnsworth, who donated her estate and the land to construct a home for older persons. We are still using her endowment today.
As a small community (Maximum 47 residents), we are able to provide a more personalized, and 'homey' care for our residents. Sunnymere is located adjacent to the Phillips Park Golf Course in Aurora IL with a large veranda overlooking the 14th Fairway. We have many antiques, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and large windows. We like to say it is 'like living in a Bed and Breakfast.'
As the daughter of one of our residents said, 'I'm so glad my Dad is here. You do all the day-to-day 'work' of eldercare, and that allows me to be his daughter, not his caregiver, so our time together is spent enjoying our time together.'
*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.
- Friendly staff, residents and homey atmosphere
My grandmother moved in here and she likes it a lot! I'm really glad we chose this community for her. She's winning a lot of BINGO! She talks about the food all the time. We chose them because the environment...
- Good Safe Community
I'am doing pretty well with my move to this community. Everything is working out pretty well so far. The community looks nice, they do a good job with the cleanliness of the community. The staff is nice,...
- An ok community!
This was a nice community. I did not think the setup would work for my mom. There seemed to be tripping hazards. This is an older building. The staff I met were nice.See all 17 community reviews
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