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Retirement Communities Near Washington DC

Discover the allure of senior living in the Washington, DC area, where retirees find endless reasons to call this vibrant region home. Beyond its rich historical significance — encompassing DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland — the area offers:

  • Unparalleled dining experiences
  • A plethora of outdoor activities
  • A central location along the East Coast
  • So much more

If you’re considering retirement communities in the Washington, DC area, delve into the content below to uncover what makes this locale truly special.

Luxury Senior Living Communities Near Washington, DC

  • Fairhaven

    7200 3rd Ave, Sykesville, MD 21784

    Fairhaven in Sykesville, MD offers a lifestyle that allows you to pursue the things you love, with the people you most enjoy.

  • Buckingham's Choice

    3200 Baker Cir, Adamstown, MD 21710

    Buckingham's Choice is Frederick County's premier choice for senior living, offering magnificent mountain vistas, an expansive and manicured campus, and more!

Retire at a Continuing Care Retirement Community Near Washington, DC

A Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) or Life Plan Community presents older adults with a balance of independence and holistic care in an active residential environment. CCRCs offer a continuum of care, ranging from independent living to skilled nursing, eliminating the need for residents to relocate if their healthcare needs change. Acts Retirement-Life Communities are an especially unique CCRC because we offer a Type A Life Care contract, granting residents unrestricted access to advanced health services without additional monthly expenses. 

About Acts’ CCRCs

A major advantage of living in our continuing care retirement communities in the Washington, DC area or anywhere across the East Coast is knowing that your healthcare costs will never increase just becauseyour level of need increases. Watch the video below to see how it works.

Why Retire Around Washington DC?

People enjoy senior living in Washington D.C. because of its rich history, vibrant culture, and convenient amenities. Discover these points of interest as well as our retirement community locations in our interactive map below.

  • Lots to Do Outdoors: Discover scenic parks, waterfronts, and hiking trails within easy reach. For instance, Rock Creek is known as an “Oasis in the City” and Shenandoah National Forest is roughly an hour from DC proper.
  • Great Amenities: Our senior communities offer plenty for older adults who like to stay active. These include fitness classes, walking trails, indoor pools, and more.
  • Excellent Healthcare: In addition to our in-house healthcare services, the Washington DC area has some of the best hospitals in the country.

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    Affordability: While living directly in Washington DC can be expensive, nearby areas like Sykesville and Adamstown are very affordable for retirees.

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    Access to Other Cities & Beaches: DC is a relatively short drive to big cities like Baltimore, Philadelphia, and New York City, as well as beaches like Rehoboth Beach and Ocean City, MD.

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    Amazing Museums: DC, Northern Virginia, and Maryland have world famous museums, including the Smithsonian and the National Aquarium in Baltimore.

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    Chesapeake Wine Country: Nearby Maryland has plenty of amazing vineyards. Great for vino lovers!

More Reasons to Retire in Washington DC

Acts Network of Retirement Communities

Another tremendous advantage of retiring at an Acts retirement community is that you have free access to all of our other communities throughout the United States. That means being able to stay at our communities in Florida, South Carolina, Georgia, and more.

Acts has a commitment to excellence by continually evaluating its processes through external and internal processes. Acts' financial performance is regularly reviewed by Fitch ratings, the organization maintains an ethics trust accreditation, and Acts regularly completes resident surveys.