Verena at The Reserve
121 Reserve Way Williamsburg VA 23185
Verena at The Reserve
Verena at the Reserve offers independent senior living with convenience to Williamsburg, VA. Bordered by James City County and York County, Williamsburg offers everything you need. Shopping, entertainment, medical services, and cultural activities are readily available and close by, to keep your days full and active.
Independent living in your own spacious apartment gives you access to community events and the chance to meet new friends. With no lawn to mow or house to maintain, you can fill your time with pursuits that are more fun and less work.
One and two bedroom apartment homes provide convenience, and utilities including basic cable are included with the monthly rent. As well, daily chef-prepared meals will free you from the clutter of the kitchen. Transportation for errands, medical appointments and outings is provided. There are many community activities, including social, cultural and holiday events.
Amenities are numerous and include:
- Salon (per service fee)
- Guest Suites (nightly fee — for friends and family)
- Wellness seminars and cognitive programs
- Exercise equipment and yoga classes
- Transportation for medical appointments
- Business center with printer and fax machines
- Technology classes
If you are in search of a premium independent living community, as one of the most sensibly priced, amenity rich communities in the Williamsburg, VA area Verena at The Reserve is worth a look. Stop in for a tour and we will show you around your new home.
*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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