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The Most Competitive Retirement Living Costs in Bradenton
At Water’s Edge of Bradenton, we understand the importance of a manageable retirement budget that still allows you to live the lifestyle you deserve. This is why we don’t charge enormous up-front entrance fees like some other senior housing options.
As a rental community in Bradenton, Florida, we instead split our retirement living costs into monthly fees, allowing you to maintain control of your hard-earned savings.
The Better Value of Our Retirement Community
Most 62+ communities in Bradenton, FL have fees or living costs in place to cover expenses for community activities and amenities, but in our community, you get so much more for your money.
Like some Bradenton retirement communities, your monthly fee covers services such as 24-hour security, on-staff maintenance personnel, local telephone service and standard cable television.
Unlike other senior housing options, however, your monthly fee at Water’s Edge of Bradenton covers a wide variety of other services, which include:
- Two meals a day including dinner and full hot breakfast
- Weekly housekeeping and linen change
- All utilities
- Early response system
- Visiting medical professionals
- Scheduled transportation to local medical appointments
- Daily enrichment programs and more!
One thing that truly sets our 62+ community apart from others is our Town Center. This ideal center point of our community gives you easy access to a number of activities that support your active lifestyle.
This 19,000 sq. ft. hub features amenities such as an outdoor heated pool, a movie theater, a state-of-the-art fitness center and much more; best of all, everything is included in your monthly fee.
Start Enjoying the Most Affordable Retirement Living Costs Today
If you would like to learn more about our Bradenton retirement community fee ranges and overall senior living costs, be sure to contact Water’s Edge of Bradenton today.