The Reserve at Thousand Oaks
3575 N Moorpark Rd Thousand Oaks CA 91360
Living Independently at The Reserve at Thousand Oaks Condo Style Apartments offers residents the comfort of knowing that 24-hour concierge service and emergency response are available if needed.
Assisted living is also available at The Reserve at Thousand Oaks. When and if assistance would be necessary, The Reserve at Thousand Oaks residents may remain in their apartment and any assistance required would come to them.
“Anytime Dining” makes it easy for residents to come and go without the concern of missing a meal. A full schedule of activities & outings, a warm and friendly staff of trained professionals, great people with whom to converse and a beautiful environment make The Reserve at Thousand Oaks a lovely place to be.
Pricing at The Reserve at Thousand Oaks
*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.
Reviews of The Reserve at Thousand Oaks
A large busy community with active residents and many classes and activities. I will visit again, I am a little concerned that my mom may feel overwhelmed here, may need a smaller facility...
- This wasn't a great place
The housekeeping wasn't good, it was dirty and dark. When we left all of her jewelry was gone, but I never reported it, I didn't have proof or details. Some of the staff were fabulous, like the dining...
- Long Wait List
It was very nice. There were a couple of disadvantages in that the two bedroom apartments were located in a separate building from the main building. They did have complete kitchens. The separate buildings...
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Community Details at The Reserve at Thousand Oaks
Senior Housing Types Provided at The Reserve at Thousand Oaks
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