INFORMATION SERIES, VOLUME -2

WHAT MAKES WINDSOR POINT SPECIAL?

 To understand what makes Windsor Point special, one has to look at what Windsor Point is. Windsor Point is a modified fee for service Continuing Care Retirement Community. As stated in the INFORMATIONAL SERIES – VOLUME 1, that means that residents pay a onetime entrance fee and a monthly fee. The entrance fee allows residents to move within the community to the level of care needed at that time and access to all the on-site facilities, like the library, indoor pool and fitness center, billiards room, activities rooms, dining room, convenient store, beauty and barber shop, a multipurpose auditorium, and bank. The monthly fee covers services such as utilities, meals, transportation to scheduled doctor's appointments, activities, yard maintenance, 24-hour security, home maintenance, up to 30 free days in the nursing center, 24-hour medical services and wellness center.

While it is true that several facilities may offer some of the same services as Windsor Point, there are many things that set Windsor Point apart.

  • Windsor Point has the distinction of being located in a small town centrally located to all major conveniences of the Research Triangle Park.
  • Windsor Point has created an environment where everyone feels at home. While Windsor Point can accommodate up to 300 residents, it is not so big that people are overlooked.
  • It is owned and operated by a family that has been in the retirement business in North Carolina for over 40 years. They take into consideration what seniors want in today’s retirement.
  • There is no big corporation that decides your lifestyle. Very few communities offer the opportunity for residents to voice opinions to the property owners.
Why move to Fuquay-Varina?

Whether enjoying an elegant lunch at the local tea room, treasure hunting in local antique shops or playing a good game of golf, Fuquay-Varina residents are enormously proud of their community.

Centrally located between the Piedmont and Coastal Plains regions of North Carolina, and 15 miles from North Carolina's capital city of Raleigh, Fuquay-Varina is considered one of the state's most ideally located small towns. With an average annual temperature of 60 degrees Fahrenheit, everyone agrees the climate is just right. One of its most important attributes has to be safety and security. The biggest crime in Fuquay-Varina is someone driving off without paying for their gas, and that is a rarity.
  
One of the first things, new and old residents realize about Fuquay-Varina is the friendliness of the people who live and work here. In Fuquay-Varina, people still pause for residents to cross the street. In grocery stores if you have two items and the person in front of you has forty items, it is common for that person to say, “you go first.” At the local old fashion drug store, you can get a mean lemonade, order your medicine and if you forgot your money, put it on your account.

Fuquay-Varina also has a number of local clubs, civic and volunteer organization, community events and a variety of churches. There is the annual Outdoor Celebration, Antique Fair, July 4th Celebration and much, much more. Something for everyone.

Fuquay-Varina is a town of quaintness, quietness, security and opportunity. A town where citizens count and are heard. A town away from the hustle, but close to the conveniences.

Why move to North Carolina?

North Carolina is a state of southern gentility and gracious living. A place where residents still enjoy the beauty of all four seasons… a little snow, a lot of sun, cool breezes and warm nights. Within two or three hours of Windsor Point, you can stand on top of a mountain or wade in the ocean. Take your pick.

Did someone say culture? Within a forty mile radius of Windsor Point, there are three major universities, Duke, UNC and North Carolina State. They offer a wide range of cultural, social, and educational activities. Within a 15 minute ride, the Raleigh Civic Center and Memorial Auditorium routinely has symphonies, Broadway shows, and numerous other cultural events. Museums galore!! Life and Science, Art, History, Planetarium, you name it, we’ve got it.

Like sports? How about golf, basketball, football, soccer, ice hockey, wrestling, baseball, skating, skiing, hunting, fishing, boating, swimming, shopping, take your pick.
 


 
 
 



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