Whether they do it because they want to be closer to family, or because they simply fall in love with the area, many people are choosing to retire in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. But what are some of the specific benefits of retiring in suburban Philadelphia? What is senior living in Delaware county, PA really like? And what are the retirement community options in Delaware County? Read on to find out.
Delaware County, PA Retirement Homes
Granite Farms Estates is a 55-acre Delaware County retirement campus, perfect for those who love the outdoors as well as frequent trips to the city.
Just south of the Main Line and packed with resort-style amenities, Lima Estates is the perfect retirement community for active seniors.
Points of Interest and Local Landmarks for Delaware County Retirees
Besides all the great amenities at our senior living communities, what else can you do in Delco? Check out our interactive map below:
- Wineries: Delaware County, PA has a number of great wineries, many of which offer tours and tastings.
- Live Theater: In addition to being so close to Philadelphia and all of its live entertainment options, Media, PA in Delaware County has a number of different live theater options.
- Home to Longwood Gardens: Longwood Gardens is a popular destination year-round! In addition to the beautiful folliage, Longwood Gardens also hosts live music and other events.
Retiring in Delaware County, PA and Get Peace of Mind
The Acts retirement communities in Delaware County, Pennsylvania offer healthcare at a fixed rate. Watch the video below for further explanation:
Acts Network of Retirement Communities
When you’re a member of one of our senior living Delaware County communities you can take a short vacation to another community anytime you want. Acts residents get access to all 26 of our campuses throughout the country. It’s just another benefit of joining the Acts extended family.
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.