Village on the Park at Steeplechase

12102 Steepleway Blvd Houston TX 77065

866-465-5993

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Village on the Park at Steeplechase is a welcoming retirement community in Houston, Texas. We offer a range of personal services and amenities that meet a variety of care needs, and we invite residents to embark on the best years of their lives! We strive to provide a stress-free, vibrant living environment by employing experienced caregivers that prioritize resident needs. Our 20+ years of experience results in a noticeable difference when it comes to attentive care. For more information, get in touch with A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors today!

Our Community Amenities and Services

Our community amenities include common areas and resort-style activities that leave residents feeling fulfilled throughout their days. We encourage residents to meet new friends and explore new hobbies here at Village on the Park at Steeplechase. Our amenities include:

  • Excursions to shopping and dining
  • Cooking classes
  • Game nights
  • Book club
  • Outdoor BBQ stations
  • Fitness center
  • Fireside seating areas

Carefree living is within reach! Our services focus on medical and personal needs, meaning residents never have to worry about the little things. Services include:

  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry
  • Medication assistance
  • Scheduled transportation
  • Restaurant dining and rooms service
  • Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)

Living Arrangements and Amenities

Offering one- and two-bedroom floor plans, we give residents the opportunity to choose an apartment that best fits their needs. Our cottage-style architecture helps create a warm, cozy atmosphere throughout the entire community, allowing residents to feel comfortable in their new home. Apartment amenities include:

  • Updated kitchens
  • Energy-efficient appliances
  • Patios and balconies
  • Garages

Care Types Offered

Village on the Park at Steeplechase is an assisted living Type B facility. In the state of Texas, these terms are defined as follows:

Assisted Living Facility

A facility that provides personal care services and administration of medication to 4 or more residents. Assisted living facilities can accept residents with dementia and/or Alzheimer’s. There are 3 types of assisted living facilities:

Type A: A facility that may provide room and board to residents who are physically and mentally capable of evacuating the facility unassisted.

Type B: A facility that may provide room and board to residents who need assistance evacuating, are incapable of following directions under emergency conditions, require staff attendance during nighttime sleeping hours, and require assistance transferring to and from a wheelchair.

Type C (Adult Foster Care): 4-bed facilities that meet the minimum standards and rules for enrollment in the Department of Aging and Disability Services’ Adult Foster Care home program. The facility provides supervision and personal care services to residents.

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Pricing at Village on the Park at Steeplechase

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

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 Village on the Park at Steeplechase

4.1 of 5 Average rating
41 Reviews
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(22) A Place For Mom
(19) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • a welcoming community

    Village on the Park is a friendly and welcoming place. My mom really loves living in the community and being around the other residents that live there. Her only complaint is that food is limited in taste. It seems to have its good and bad days. She likes her apartment.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    a welcoming community

    Village on the Park is a friendly and welcoming place. My mom really loves living in the community and being around the other residents that live there. Her only complaint is that food is limited in taste. It seems to have its good and bad days. She likes her apartment.

  • Disappointed

    My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. My 95 year old mother was very upset and left without eating. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Disappointed

    My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. My 95 year old mother was very upset and left without eating. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

  • Disappointed

    My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Disappointed

    My mom has been here in Independent Living for just over two years. Initially pretty good but has gone steadily downhill. Complete change of staff several times over including at least 3 managers. The latest is another “interim”. In the dining room there are NO provisions or choices for heart-healthy, low fat or low salt diets. There have been 5-6 chef changes in the time she’s been here. The one good one did not stay long. Despite what we were told initially and is still listed on their website, there is no “12 hour continuous dining”. Breakfast is 7:30-9. Lunch is 11-1:15. Dinner 4-6:15. Other than those hours the dining room is closed and residents line up in the hallway waiting for it to open. Come later and items may not be available. And the rules change with no notice. Apparently as of today, a meal for a visiting guest or family member requires an $8 cash payment at the table instead of being charged to the resident’s account by voucher. Poor response for maintenance despite multiple calls and visits to the front desk. Yes, the apartments are larger than at other facilities but had we known then what we know now, we’d have made a different choice. Do yourself a favor and look elsewhere.

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Community Details at Village on the Park at Steeplechase

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    • Village on the Park at Steeplechase Amenities

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

    Senior Housing Types Provided at Village on the Park at Steeplechase

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      • Assisted Living
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