Moving to a new home is always a complicated process. Even the easiest move requires organization, time management and an understanding of the complete process from start to finish. If you are an older adult moving into an independent living community like Newcastle Place, this process carries with it additional considerations. Here are our suggestions on how to prepare for and manage the moving process from the moment you decide to make the transition all the way to move-in day. How to Prepare Ahead of Your Move Preparing for a move to a senior living community starts with evaluating your new floor plan and...
Residents choose our independent living community in Mequon, WI, for a lot of reasons: the freedom to live life their way, a wellness center with a heated indoor therapy pool, an abundance of friendly neighbors, a wide variety of happy hours, social clubs, trips and educational speakers. But all Newcastle Place residents do share one thing in common: they love living here.
That’s because Newcastle Place is more than just a place to enjoy life; it’s a place to learn, grow and fully engage in what you love. We’re committed to giving you an exceptional level of customized amenities, extensive services and incredible flexibility to do whatever you want to do. We’re also sure you and your family will appreciate the peace of mind of having our on-site health care services guaranteeing you access to assisted living, memory care, rehab or skilled nursing, should you ever need it. Plus our health care navigator will ensure you get all the care you need when you need it.
Come see how Newcastle Place is truly designed for your lifestyle, your preferences, and your future.
One extraordinary location.
The old real estate adage still applies at Newcastle Place. Whether you want a carriage home with a yard and a view of the woods or a one-bedroom apartment home that’s close to the fitness center, we have a location for you. Although, to be honest, all of our one-, two-, three-bedroom apartments and carriage homes offer easy access to our services and amenities.
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Frequently asked questions
An entrance fee, also known as a buy-in, is an upfront sum to help cover community operating expenses and prepay some of the fees that come with offering access to continuing care for life. So you’ll have access to additional levels of health care, in case you ever need it, at a discounted rate. Plus, we offer a Return of Capital plan, which means 90% of your Apartment entrance fee or 70% on your Carriage home fee comes back to your estate. Some of your entrance fee and monthly service fee may also be deductible as a medical expense. To learn more, talk with your tax professional. Your entrance fee is based on the size of the residence you choose and the number of occupants.
The independent living monthly service fees vary based on the size of your residence and the number of occupants. This comprehensive fee covers all services and amenities, as well as your meal plan, maintenance, housekeeping, utilities, scheduled transportation, concierge services, fitness center, activities and events, and much more.
Pets are permitted in all independent living residences at Newcastle Place. When you visit, they’re welcome to tour with you. Please speak with a team member to find out more.
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