Studio, 1 Bath
“My daughter-in-law calls [our view] ‘a million-dollar view’ and I agree. This is my dream home; it’s more than I ever imagined.”
“I do what makes me happy. When you’re doing the happy things, it does give you a feeling of self-worth. I’m not looking to break down any barriers or blaze a trail. It’s just what makes me happy.”
“There are lots of communities in the area, and we checked out every single one but nowhere resembled Regents Point. In [the communities located in more] commercial areas, you feel trapped inside. This is an area with parks, and the
“I find that I live much more economically here than I did in managing a home; and a lot of people don’t take that into consideration. They look at their monthly expenses and say that is really expensive. But we don’t stop and put in to perspective what is required to maintain a home. So, if you stop and look at that and look at the situation, it’s very doable.”
“I love coming to the dining room as part of my way of life. I’m kind of a loner in some ways so coming to the dining room at lunch or dinner rounds out my life really well. I can visit and connect with the people who are here. And then when we’re done, I can go home and read my book.”
“You need to be patient with yourself. I came in single. And it’s a bit different. It takes a longer time for you to develop what you need on your own and to kind of integrate yourself. This is something that’s probably different than you’d ever believe. And it’s going to be okay. I started a group called the Chat Room where longtime residents who know the ropes can tell their stories and help new residents along.”
“When I was younger I spent a lot of time making money. That was my primary focus in life. But here you have an opportunity to spend quality time with people talking about things that are important to them and talking about a lot of personal things and a lot of issues that you know I never had time to think about or do anything about. And that never seemed to be something I could do earlier in my life. It’s wonderful.”
“I have friends who don’t have this opportunity; they worry what they’re going to do if they need different care. I play lots of bridge and am on the Regents Point council and the grounds committee.”
Regent Point’s lifestyle is designed for those who like to live at their own pace, surrounded by great people and engaging opportunities. Living well is at the heart of everything we do. Situated between a great university and one of the area’s largest parks, the possibilities are endless.
Stay in your current home. Move in with the kids. Join a community. These are just a few of the options available as you consider what’s next. Please join us for a special gathering with our residents to get their candid perspective.
Char Grilled Steak Ham
Pan Seared Trout
Turkey Burger with Lettuce, Tomato, and Onion
Corn on the Cob
NSA Ice Cream
Broiled Sirloin Patty or Hamburger with all the Fixings
Oven Roasted Chicken
Sweet Potato Fries
Ice Cream Sundae
Pie of the Day
Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon With Mushroom Sauce
Marinated New Zealand Lamb Chops
Macaroni & Cheese
NSA Pie of the Day
Chef Pierre joined Regents Point in 2015 coming off his retirement from a 12-year run of operating his own restaurants and catering companies.
Take a look at all these activities to help you enrich your mind, body, and soul.
We offer a full range of living options in one tight-knit community.