Aspire at Carriage Hill is an independent living community in Richmond, Virginia. In addition to the vibrant social life you can find here with your new friends and neighbors, you are just a short drive from several cultural and entertainment options in town. Enjoy city parks, great restaurants and shopping options. There is always something fun to do or discover. On days you don’t want to spend time in town, you’ll find plenty of opportunities here to remain active and participate in projects that add meaning. Our location here in Richmond, Virginia, truly gives you the best of both worlds. Come discover our independent living community for yourself!
Here at Aspire, we offer maintenance-free living, so you can take full advantage of retirement. Some of the services and amenities we offer at our independent living community in Richmond include the following:
With a wide range of dining options at our restaurants and bars, you decide where to enjoy the company of family and friends. At Aspire, you can choose from the Main Street Dining Room, Cary Tavern or the Bellevue Private Dining Room. You also can enjoy outdoor dining in a number of spaces including outdoor dining patios and firepits.
When you become a resident of independent living at Aspire, you’ll have the opportunity to choose your own beautifully appointed apartment from a selection of 10 spacious floor plans. Whether you prefer a cozy one-bedroom or a generous-sized two-bedroom apartment floor plan, we’ve left room in each design to allow for your own personal touches. We invite you to review our floor plans to select your favorite.
When you move to our Richmond independent living community, you retain total control of your life and budget. Here at Aspire, we give you all-inclusive luxury senior living at an incredible value for your money, starting with no large upfront costs that other independent living communities often charge.
You may have some questions about independent living communities in the Richmond, VA, area. With all of the decisions you must make in choosing the right independent living community, we want you and your family to have all the information you need. Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions pertaining to independent living. If your question isn’t answered here, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’d be glad to help you find the information you need.
Independent living communities are sometimes referred to as “retirement communities” because they typically offer senior apartments or homes, located in a community where adults are looking to maintain their active, engaged lifestyles free of specific daily tasks or chores. In other words, independent living communities help you make the very best of your retirement years by providing you with things like restaurant-style dining, laundry services, housekeeping and transportation – depending on what you need and want, specifically. It also gives you the freedom to maintain the things you want to do while letting go of the things you don’t want to do. What could be better than that?
Independent living provides you with the opportunity to make the very best of your retirement years. This may be a good option for you if you fit the following description:
No. Independent living and assisted living are two different senior living options. To be clear, individuals who choose either independent living or assisted living do not need the extensive care provided by a nursing home facility. Choosing independent living or assisted living still provides the individual with a degree of independence. Here are the main differences between the two:
Change is hard but moving to the right independent living community will help the transition. Making new friends, getting involved in fun activities and enjoying the peace of mind that comes with less stress and fewer responsibilities will make the transition easier. It will take little to no time for you to fit in and feel right at home in the right independent living community.
Stop by for a visit! The best way to learn whether an independent living community is right for you is to stop by for a visit. Talk to community residents, ask for a copy of the community calendar, tour the community and ask the team questions.