Bucks County, PA is home to many great assisted living facilities, but what makes Bucks County such a fantastic retirement destination? And what sets Southampton Estates apart from the other retirement communities in the area? Learn more about the benefits of moving into a Bucks County retirement community below.
Our Acts Retirement Home in the Bucks County, PA Area
This 75-acre Bucks County senior living campus offers a variety of fun activities, amenities, and so much more.
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Bucks County, PA Retirees
The history, the picturesque views, the close proximity to so many fantastic landmarks – the only question is, what are you going to love most about moving to a Bucks County senior community? Explore some of our favorite landmarks below using our interactive map.
- Wineries: Bucks County is home to many different wineries, any of which offer tours and tastings.
- History and Museums: Being so close to Philadelphia, naturally there is plenty of history in Bucks County. Bucks is also home to many great museums, particularly in Doylestown, which has the Mercer Museum and the Bucks County Civil War Museum.
- Sesame Place: Grandkids LOVE Sesame Place! Sesame Place is the only Sesame Street-themed amusement park in the country, and it is just a short distance from our Southampton retirement community.
Peace of Mind in Bucks County
Acts offers lifelong healthcare at a fixed rate, which means that you can retire without having to worry about paying for future medical issues. Watch the video to learn more:
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
Do you currently live in our Bucks County active senior community but would like to stay at one of our communities in Florida, Georgia, or South Carolina? Well Acts residents can enjoy the amenities of any of our 23 of our communities throughout the country for free. It’s yet another perk of living at Acts.
All Acts communities have attained the senior industry’s mark of excellence, having been accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), an independent accreditor of health and human services organizations.