https://www.retirenet.com/pennsylvania/communities/continuingcare-communities-ccrc/17921 Top Rated Places for Ashland, PA Continuing-Care (CCRC) | Area Info

Top Rated Places for Ashland, PA Continuing-Care (CCRC) | Area Info

Retirenet.com is the top site to find Ashland, Pennsylvania Continuing-Care Communities (CCRC) for active adults considering retiring to Ashland, PA. Searching for Continuing-Care Communities (CCRC) on Retirenet.com is simple and easy. You will find many communities and homes to fulfill your retirement dreams in Ashland, Pennsylvania. All retirement options are available including golf course living, new home communities, waterfront homes, condominiums, villas, manufactured home living and more. Your perfect place to retire in Ashland, PA is just a few clicks away.

Ashland, PA Continuing-Care Communities (CCRC)

Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs), also known as Life Care Communities, allow seniors to "age in place," with flexible accommodations that are designed to meet their health and housing needs as these needs change over time. Seniors who choose to live in a Life Care Community can be certain that their long-term care needs will be met without the need to relocate. Communities found in this category offer facilities and amenities which run the entire gamut of senior living communities: from active, independent living, through assisted living, and finally skilled nursing care.

Pennsylvania is a state located in the Middle Atlantic region of the United States with 51 miles of coastline along Lake Erie and 57 miles of shoreline along the Delaware Estuary.

For the history-loving retiree, Pennsylvania may be the place for you. In Philadelphia, there’s the Liberty Bell, Elfreth’s Alley (the oldest residential street in the country), and Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence was signed). Harrisburg, the state capital, boasts the National Civil War Museum and the State Museum of Pennsylvania. Gettysburg offers numerous tours of famous Civil War battle sites and historic homes. In Hershey, there is the famous Hershey Museum, documenting the life of Milton Hershey, and hosting a “chocolate lab” where you can learn to make chocolate.

With skiing in the Pocono Mountains, kayaking or canoeing on the Clarion River, fishing in one of countless streams, and hunting in Allegheny National Forest, there is definitely no shortage of outdoor activities for the adventure-seeking retiree.

The attractions and history aren't the only things making Pennsylvania a great place to retire, it is one of the few states that doesn’t tax retirement income. Real estate, income tax rates, and unemployment rates are all below average.

 
 

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