3080 Walden Rd, Tallahassee, FL 32317
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
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The staff is just wonderful, they work hard to make the family happy and the resident as well. The rooms are wonderful and are everything they need. The food smells good and my mother-in-law says it's good. I would recommend this community to others
Met with [name removed], very friendly but was rushed at the time due to double booking of tour. She had her assistant take us on the tour and showed us 2 apartments, one a Studio and a one bedroom. I thought that the studio apt was too small for me and that the one bedroom was also too small, room only for bed, end tables, bureau and tv. Other room (kitchen) had enough room for small table and chairs and that is about all that you could fit in without over crowding the kitchen area. Otherwise, very quiet, the staff was very friendly and even the chef came out of the kitchen and introduced himself to us. Thought it was too quiet and did not see any activity rooms. If you are looking for a quiet place with no one bothering you, then this is the place. A $2500 one time fee is required, use for maintenance and upkeep of facility.
This is a gorgeous community with an excellent staff. I'd reccomend it to anyone I know.
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