158 Essex Street, Melrose, MA 02176
A vibrant, urban lifestyle awaits at The Residence at Melrose Station, in Melrose, Massachusetts, where retirement is a peaceful state of mind. Whatever your lifestyle desires, we’ve got a senior living solution for you. We work with you and your loved ones to envision your best life here, whether you’re an independent senior looking for a maintenance-free lifestyle, in need of assisted living services in a supportive environment, or are seeking a proven memory care program. And, as your needs evolve, don’t worry about uprooting—our care keeps pace with you. Discover more about all we offer by contacting an A Place for Mom advisory today!
While you’re taking in the views of the Greater Boston area from our rooftop terrace, enjoying a decadent meal in the dining room, or joining in one of our many activities, our dedicated and friendly staff is readily available to provide attentive, considered services. Our modern building carries stylish, contemporary tastes throughout common areas. There’s no such thing as an average day here as our Life Enrichment program fills the calendar with opportunities for education, exercise, cultural experiences, off-site excursions, and plenty of fun. Anytime-dining allows you to order up three, chef-prepared meals...
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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Moving my independent, yet lonely mom from her home at the age of ninety was very difficult for her. As it should be. After two days of living in the Residence at Melrose she said, " this is the best thing ever suggested to me" She is correct. From the staff, who are always smiling and saying hello, to the care services, who are always there to help 100% of the time (day or night. Not one person can do enough for each residence. I am visiting my mom at least twice a week, at all different times. I have seen how calm the entire community of workers are during a possible crisis or problem. Large or small, they continue to impress me with their person care for each individual. If you are interested, take a tour, sample a meal, sit and observe the social activities of the wonderful community. It is not just a place to sleep, it truly is a home for each person living here.
Response from The Residence at Melrose StationMarch 28, 2019
Pamela, thank you for your very wonderful review; we are happy to pass along your comments to the great team here at The Residence at Melrose Station! We're glad to hear we continue to deliver such great experiences. If there's anything further we can do for you, we are happy to help! Have an amazing day!
Thank you to my new family Residence at Melrose Station. I appreciate your love and support. I will always remember all of you and your kindness.
Response from The Residence at Melrose StationJune 25, 2018
Thank you for the great review! Again, we are could not be happier that you have joined our family.
FIVE STARS at Melrose Station! Our Mother LOVES LIVING HERE! Residence at Melrose Station is a most caring, warm, friendly, clean, nurturing, supportive and loving senior community. The Executive Director, [name removed] along with the nurses, activity directors, Chefs, staff are all truly dedicated to providing a happy home with the highest level of quality. Our family has peace of heart. FIVE STARS ALL THE WAY!!!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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