The Village At Willow Crossings

25 Cobb Street Mansfield MA 02048

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The Village at Willow Crossings is an active Senior community situated on a 20-acre woodland campus in the heart of Mansfield, MA. Manicured gardens grace the winding drives that travel through the picturesque campus, accented by the white picket fences of the charming cottage neighborhood. The nine-hole putting green, walking and bike paths, and expansive lawns provide the setting for leisure, arts, and fitness activities. The terrace off the Lodge dining room offers seasonal patio dining and a year-round view of the campus in all its splendor.

The Independent Living option is designed exclusively for Seniors looking for a carefree lifestyle without the burdens of maintaining a home. As an Independent Living Resident, you will enjoy the support from our services and amenities that make life easier, and embrace the active and independent lifestyle that awaits.

The Assisted Living lifestyle at The Village at Willow Crossings offers a personalized balance of assistance and independence. Enjoy the privacy of your own apartment and the support of our caring staff for anything you may need.

The Harbor Program helps those with Alzheimer's and other memory impairments to stay active and engaged, supported by a caring staff, specialized programs, and a neighborhood designed just for them.

Pricing at The Village At Willow Crossings

Room Type
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Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Semi-Private
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*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 Village At Willow Crossings

4.2 of 5 Average rating
29 Reviews
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(16) A Place For Mom
(13) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Review for The Village at Willow Crossings

    We chose this community because of the rehab, but my mom did not get the rehab that I wanted. For what you are paying, the rooms are nothing spectacular, they are very old and need work. The food is alright, but they do not get to pick what they eat. I would recommend The Village at Willow Crossing, it is not a bad community it's just very expensive.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Review for The Village at Willow Crossings

    We chose this community because of the rehab, but my mom did not get the rehab that I wanted. For what you are paying, the rooms are nothing spectacular, they are very old and need work. The food is alright, but they do not get to pick what they eat. I would recommend The Village at Willow Crossing, it is not a bad community it's just very expensive.

  • “A place called home”

    Our mother has been here for over 2 years now after moving from another facility. The workers here are always So positive and engaging with everyone around them. They have gone above and beyond to make our mother’s stay very warm and genuine. They get her up & ready every day. Mom said they are all so good to her so that is amazing. The facility is always immaculate inside and out. We can’t thank you enough for all the extra efforts on Mom’s behalf. THANK YOU!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    “A place called home”

    Our mother has been here for over 2 years now after moving from another facility. The workers here are always So positive and engaging with everyone around them. They have gone above and beyond to make our mother’s stay very warm and genuine. They get her up & ready every day. Mom said they are all so good to her so that is amazing. The facility is always immaculate inside and out. We can’t thank you enough for all the extra efforts on Mom’s behalf. THANK YOU!

  • Feels Like Home - At All Levels of Care

    Moving your loved one to Assisted Living is one of the hardest things you'll ever do. I moved my father to Willow Crossings a few months ago. I knew it was the right place during the tour, and not just for its affordability compared to other facilities. I wandered off and met residents on my own. Every one of them told me they were happy, my father would love it there, and that they would look out for him! Some (as well as the staff) gave me tissues! Unfortunately, my father declined rapidly and is now in the Memory Care Unit. But Willow Crossings gave him the chance to remain as independent as possible for as long as he could. They treat their residents with dignity and that meant the world to us. My father made many friends in Assisted Living and they were still there for him when he went into the Memory Care Unit. Now, moving into a memory care unit is a bit of a shock, I don’t care where you are. But my experience at Willow Crossings’ Memory Care Unit is one of love and kindness and not just for my father but for me. They understand how hard this is on family. I couldn’t handle all of this without the incredible staff at Willow Crossings, from the Director all the way down to the staff in the kitchen. I’ve gotten to know so many lovely residents and staff. It’s not easy getting old, let alone losing your mind and mobility. I love chatting with the residents that can talk, smiling at the ones that can't, listening to stories, making bracelets, coloring, folding. It’s like a little slice of heaven where you remember what’s truly important in life, love!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Feels Like Home - At All Levels of Care

    Moving your loved one to Assisted Living is one of the hardest things you'll ever do. I moved my father to Willow Crossings a few months ago. I knew it was the right place during the tour, and not just for its affordability compared to other facilities. I wandered off and met residents on my own. Every one of them told me they were happy, my father would love it there, and that they would look out for him! Some (as well as the staff) gave me tissues! Unfortunately, my father declined rapidly and is now in the Memory Care Unit. But Willow Crossings gave him the chance to remain as independent as possible for as long as he could. They treat their residents with dignity and that meant the world to us. My father made many friends in Assisted Living and they were still there for him when he went into the Memory Care Unit. Now, moving into a memory care unit is a bit of a shock, I don’t care where you are. But my experience at Willow Crossings’ Memory Care Unit is one of love and kindness and not just for my father but for me. They understand how hard this is on family. I couldn’t handle all of this without the incredible staff at Willow Crossings, from the Director all the way down to the staff in the kitchen. I’ve gotten to know so many lovely residents and staff. It’s not easy getting old, let alone losing your mind and mobility. I love chatting with the residents that can talk, smiling at the ones that can't, listening to stories, making bracelets, coloring, folding. It’s like a little slice of heaven where you remember what’s truly important in life, love!

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Community Details at The Village At Willow Crossings

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    • The Village At Willow Crossings Amenities

      • Activities Offsite
      • Beautician Onsite
      • Devotional Services Offsite
      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Devotional Services Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Outdoor Common Areas

    Senior Housing Types Provided at The Village At Willow Crossings

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      • Assisted Living
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