At Willow Brook you find not only the carefree retirement home you’ve been wanting, but also an entire community of friends. You will be among folks just like – but not too much like - you: We are attorneys and artists, teachers and technicians, bankers and beauticians, nurses and small business owners.
We have a wide variety of interests and expertise, but what we have in common is a desire to make the most out of these years. We continue to gather friends and experiences, to learn, and to practice all those activities we waited until retirement to enjoy. We have the freedom to come and go as we please, for as long as we wish, secure in the knowledge that everything will be attended to in our absence.
Studio, one- and two-bedroom homes and apartments are available. We have plenty of room to kick around in, but not so much that tidying up becomes a chore.
We leave the big chores to an attentive and professional staff. They prefer to be the ones to change light bulbs in the ceiling, shovel the walks and rake the leaves, and we’re happy to let them. And if you want them to handle the smaller chores, that can be arranged too.
We love great food and conversation, especially when they come together over a delicious meal prepared by a talented chef and served in a warm and gracious setting. Our restaurants have fireplaces that soar into the high ceilings with windows all around and varied menus that change with the seasons and also offer unique special selections every day.
Entry fees for retirement homes cost about what you would pay for a comparable home in the community, or less. Prices at Delaware Run range from $83,700 for a one-bedroom apartment to $290,900 for the largest twin-single home. Monthly fees range from $575-$1,734 a month and include:
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