This property reflects the European background as well as the training and education of the owners. The house itself is simple and in a word, very pretty. It’s surrounded by latticed walls and neatly trimmed shrubs and lawns. A sheltered entrance way leads to a beautiful double-wide door that easily accommodates wheelchairs. Inside, there are six bedrooms that can be shared or private. Rooms are small but cheery, brightly painted, and kept immaculately clean. Residents share fully-accessible bathrooms; a master bedroom has a private bath.
The Assisted Care Facility is home to up to ten residents. Most activity takes place in the common areas. Residents often gather in the media/entertainment room for planned activities, watch TV or listen to music, and relax in cozy lounge chairs. Meals are made from scratch and served family-style at a large, welcoming table. Some ingredients come from the backyard garden that grows tomatoes and peppers. There are also peach and orange trees—fruit doesn’t come any fresher!
Outside, it’s like a small private resort. Dwarf palms surround a pool with secure entry. Deck tables and outdoor lounges invite residents to soak up the Arizona sunshine, or they can choose to relax on outdoor lounges in the shaded patio. A paved pathway invites strolling under a canopy of trees to keep walkers cool.
Mesa is a city in Arizona with a population of 479,317. Mesa is in Maricopa County and is one of the best places to live in Arizona. Living in Mesa offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Mesa there are a lot of coffee shops and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Mesa and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Mesa are above average.