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Making a New Home in Senior Living

Senior Living | 09/10/20


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There really is no place like home. You can surround yourself with items that are most important to you, whether it be photo memories, or a piece of furniture passed down in your family. You can host family and friends for meals or game nights. You can curl up in your favorite spot to read or watch your favorite show. This is the place where you relax and are able to be your most true self.

When it comes to making the move to senior living, though, floor plans aren’t always high on the list of priorities. But maybe they should be. Considering most of our time is spent in our homes, you want to make sure that your new residence is one that fits your needs.

At Stonebridge at Montgomery, you have your choice of one and two-bedroom apartments or cottages. These floor plans are designed to suit your unique needs and can be personalized and made your own.

Considerations to Make When Choosing Floor Plans for Senior Living

While going through the decision-making process of choosing the floor plan you want to move in to, we recommend thinking about what your needs are when it comes to your place of residence. There are three points to be especially mindful of when considering what you need in a floor plan: your lifestyle, the space you need for your belongings and your budget.

  • Lifestyle: Are you someone who likes to cook? Or maybe you have a hobby like crafting that requires a little extra space. Your hobbies and lifestyle are important to keep in mind when looking at floor plan options. After all, this is going to be your new home, so you want a space that will check all the boxes when it comes to your interests.
  • Space: The actual square footage of your new home is important to keep in mind. Whether you thrive in less space with less fuss or enjoy room to move around, you want to make sure your residence is the right size for you to live comfortably.
  • Budget: To make sure you are financially comfortable, our sales counselors are available to assist you in your decision of your new home. Together, we can research and evaluate your options when it comes to balancing your needs and budget. Thankfully, there are a variety of options for you to consider when making the move that suit various financial situations.

After choosing your floor plan, you’ll enjoy maintenance-free, independent living as a resident of Stonebridge. Besides your own personal living space, you’ll enjoy a variety of amenities within the community that will help make your life easier, more active and more engaging. From restaurant-style dining to a fully stocked library and fitness classes, you’ll have endless opportunities to enjoy your days. Think of our onsite amenities and services as an extension of your home – here, you’ll enjoy personalized living alongside a thriving community.

See the Floor Plan Options at Stonebridge at Montgomery for Yourself

Now that you have a better idea of what to look for when it comes to choosing your floor plan, we at Stonebridge at Montgomery invite you to come see for yourself. Schedule a tour to personally experience your potential new home. We also offer virtual tours, so you are able to see the community from the comfort of your own home.

In the meantime, we encourage you to download our FREE guide, Choosing the Right Floor Plan at Springpoint where you’ll find even more information on considerations to make when choosing your new home.