It's time to re-imagine your retirement
At Cokesbury Village, Country House and Manor House, the options of a vibrant retirement are so limitless, you'll follow your own path.
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Cokesbury Village is a Hockessin, DE retirement community located on 60 acres of colorful gardens, rolling lawns, native woodlands, clustered neighborhoods and public spaces that create an idyllic village setting. Residents enjoy the cultural riches available in nearby Pennsylvania and Maryland. You can visit Philadelphia, Maryland's Eastern Shore, Baltimore's Inner Harbor and Little Italy, or even view the monuments and museums of Washington, D.C. Additionally, this Delaware senior community in the heart of the Mid-Atlantic offers easy access to airports and rail lines.
It's easy to imagine country estate living at Country House. This Wilmington community for retirees features classic architecture, acres of manicured grounds, rolling hills, and habitat-rich woodlands that echo its heritage as part of the original Winterthur estate. Country House is just outside of Wilmington and offers shopping, fine dining, and a host of cultural attractions and venues. Philadelphia is less than 30 minutes away and an easy commute will land you in the heart of Manhattan. Journey south to Baltimore's Inner Harbor and National Aquarium or to Washington for a day of touring monuments and museums.
Located on a graceful curve of the Nanticoke River, Manor House is a Seaford-based Delaware retirement community surrounded by rich farmland and framed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay. At Manor House in Seaford you have access to the best of both worlds: the natural beauty and abundant recreational opportunities of our central Delmarva location and access to a full slate of cultural events in Seaford and nearby larger venues. Even better, winters in Seaford, DE are typically a bit milder compared to its northern counterparts in the Mid-Atlantic region, as it often receives warm air from Virginia and the Carolinas. Recreational opportunities are plentiful and rural traditions run deep, setting the stage for a vibrant community of older adults.
Featured at these Communities:
- Friendly staff
- Chef-prepared meals
- Fitness center with professional trainer and classes available on campus
- Indoor aquatics center (Cokesbury Village)
- Indoor social spaces, such as art studios, card rooms and computer areas
- Both casual and formal dining options
- Recreational areas, such as gazebos, picnic areas, and sports areas
- Planned social, cultural, recreational and spiritual activities
- Lifelong learning opportunities
- Transportation to appointments, social events and more
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