1573 Skeet Club Road, High Point, NC 27265
Situated in a quiet, residential community on beautiful landscaped grounds in North High Point, you'll love coming home to The Stratford. We're close to exciting shops, top-rated healthcare, golfing and a community rich in history and culture.
Our all-inclusive month-to-month rent covers:
From pleasant housekeepers, to attentive servers at mealtime, and helpful maintenance technicians who are there when you need them, this community is the new extension of your family. We're here to make your life easier in any way we can.Private apartment suites
Choose from a variety of comfortable senior living apartments in various sizes and configurations allowing you the freedom to furnish in any style that appeals to you.Built with your comfort and safety in mind
Our easy-to-maneuver floor plans are ideal for seniors and we offer 24/7 emergency response services. We understand that each individual is...
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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Very impressed with [name removed], our guide. We discussed many topics that had never crossed my mind. The atmosphere was all anyone could ask for and the residents must love it there because no one had anything bad to say. The location was a very nice asset.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The Stratford is a HORRIBLE place to leave anyone you care about. They talk a good story because they want your business. I went to check on my mom her first day there. They had told us someone would be assigned to help her get familiar with the place and activities. When I stop for dinner she I asked her how her day was and did she meet anyone to eat with at lunch. She said she had sat at a table with some people. I asked her didn't they assign you someone to help you get familiar with the place and she said no. I told her to get a table while I went to look for the manager. While I went to talk to someone my mom attempted to get a seat at a table but was promptly told to leave. Finally the manager showed up and said he would find the person who was supposed to help her and it turned out to be the table and people who booted her off the table minutes earlier. From there on out it was down hill. My mom told me of fights at the elevator because they have ONLY one for the entire place. And the person doing the fighting had already been kicked out once before. I was told of sitting for an hour waiting for someone just to take your order for breakfast, lunch, and dinner let alone the time it then took for them to deliver it. I heard of shouting matches in the dining area and no one doing anything about it. My mom had people pulling on her door trying to break into her place while she was there. We were told there was free wifi but not in the area my mom was so we had to order and pay for it. Unfortunately for most of the people there they should NOT be in an independent living facility. We moved my mom out right after the 3 months we were required to be there and the $3,300 we had to pay on top of rent to get into the place which they refused to refund. Run don't walk on by this place, again it is NOT some place you want to put someone you care or love.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
I enjoyed the visit and tour of the facility. [Name removed] was absolutely wonderful. Unfortunately the cost was out of my price range.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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